In Italian, biscotti refers to biscuits or cookies. In the U.S. they have become known as a very crisp and often elongated cookie often containing nuts and sometimes flavored with anise. Among our many biscotti recipes, you'll find one that's sure to become your favorite.See Popular Biscotti Recipes
Prize-Winning Recipe 2006! Pudding mix and cookie mix are the secrets to an easy twice-baked Italian classic cookie.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2006! Ginger lovers, you'll get a satisfying flavor punch in twice-baked classic Italian cookies.
They're Italian! Baked twice for a crunchy texture, biscotti are meant to be dunked in coffee.
Nut lovers will savor this Italian cookie. Serve it with coffee for breakfast or as dessert.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! Sugar cookie mix creates a foolproof way to make the classic Italian coffee-shop treat.
Maple syrup and pecans give an American accent to a classic Italian cookie.
These crunchy biscotti are surprisingly rich-tasting thanks to aged Gouda and chopped walnuts. Try other hard cheeses, too, like aged Prima Donna, a lighter Gouda-style cheese from the Netherlands.
A banana bread mix and dried cranberries make these Italian cookies easy to prepare.
These fragrant and chocolatey cookies are an inventive departure from more Christmasy-looking cookies while still being sparkly, festive, and full of delicious nuggets like hazelnuts, candied orange peel, and chocolate chunks. Another bonus for holiday giving: The biscotti are sturdy enough to travel well, arriving at their destination unbroken and as delicious as the day you baked them.
This Italian cookie is filled with pistachio nuts, so it's rich enough for dessert.
Each crisp biscotti is low-fat, yet luscious. This recipe is easily adjusted to accommodate almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, or cashews.
Cornmeal adds crunch, lemon adds zip, and nuts add richness to Italy's ultimate dipping cookie.
For a homemade Christmas gift, wrap up these crisp, fruity treats. They're especially good with coffee.
Need a chocolate fix? Serve this double-chocolate biscotti with a piping hot mug of mocha.
Kevin Sbraga varies these wonderful nutty biscotti, sometimes dipping them in melted dark chocolate for an extra layer of flavor.