BWJ Hazelnut Biscotti

This is a great biscotti recipe.  It was easy to make and the result was excellent! I did not vary at all from the recipe, but I really think that next time I will add some chocolate chunks.  Hazelnut and chocolate are so wonderful together.  I have made biscotti before, but have never had a recipe that said to do the second bake on the cooling racks.  That was such a great idea.  No turning the cookies over halfway through the bake, and they turned out perfect!   I haven’t always achieved crispy biscotti in the past.  The recipe says they will keep for a month, but as good as they taste that’s not likely to happen around my house.

The recipe can be found on page 315 of Baking with Julia, or you can find it on the blog’s of the hosts for this weeks Tuesdays with Dorie bake.  Jodi of Homemade and Wholesome  or Katrina of Baking and Boys!

About Created by Carlene

I am retired and live in Southern California with my husband, two black cats, Sadie and Samantha, and Thor the Standard Poodle mix.
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8 Responses to BWJ Hazelnut Biscotti

  1. Dawn says:

    I also loved the hint about baking the second time on a cooling rack! It cut the time in half! 🙂

  2. looks so good! i’m gonna try this!!

  3. Beth LR says:

    Will be happy to be taste testers! Look Great! Hope you are having a great 4th!!

  4. Ckay says:

    Your biscotti look delicious.
    We loved them… a lot!
    I agree, the next time I will add chocolate, too to get that extra bonus!

  5. Cathleen says:

    Looks great! Ingenious idea to use the rack. I even used it to grill large amounts of vegetables for our grilled pizza the other night.

  6. Cher says:

    They look lovely – chocolate sounds like a great idea!

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