"Delicious rich, dark, semi-sweet double chocolate biscotti that you can make at home for a fraction of the cost of store bought biscotti, and they even taste much better. This recipe has been modified with egg substitute." — EHOLT
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2 1/2 cups
1 1/8 cups
unsweetened cocoa powder
1 (5 ounce)
milk chocolate candy bar, chopped
Great recipe for the heart smart cookie lover! The only thing I changed was I used 5 ounces of MILK chocolate chips I had on hand instead of chopping up a candy bar. It was faster & easier. I also sliced them thinner, at the end I had 46 biscotti. This cut all the calories, fat, ect information in half.
I thought this was kind of mediocre. I found it a bit soft for biscotti, and not sweet enough.
Pure Passion! One night, my wife was feeling low, so I lit a fire, put on some relaxing music, and whipped up a batch of these exotic treats. Needless to say, we felt like we were in Venice and..., well you know. The next morning, we ate more of the biscotti with our morning coffee. Simply Great!
My family and I loved this recipe! I made these cookies with walnuts instead of other choppes nuts and they came out great. These cookies came out softer than the average biscotti, but everyone liked them and even Grandma with her dentures was able to eat them.
These cookies are very good. I like them because they aren't as hard as most biscotti. My mom makes a wonderful traditional biscotti that can't compare, but these are very very good. These cookies aren't suppose to be real sweet, if you want a really sweet cookie, make some chocolate chips.
These are excellent! I added 1 1/2 tsp of red chili powder for a little kick. I also used mini chocolate chips instead of the chopped candy bar and I used pecans. I normally like my biscotti very crunchy and hard, but these are delicious. I gave these out as Christmas presents this year and they have been a big hit.
Nice chocolate flavor. Great with my morning coffee. Reminds me of being in New York. Thanks so much.
I made this recipe with the intention to give it in a tin for the holidays. I added walnuts and semi-sweet chocolate chips, instead of the chocolate bar. This recipe turns out not to be very sweet (which I like), but I have to say I have had better chocolate biscotti. Overall, a good staple recipe. Worth making for yourself, or as a gift.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Double Chocolate Biscotti II
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 62
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