"My family loves biscotti, so I brought together peanut butter chips and chocolate chips to make another flavor for our biscotti jar. Hubby claims that these are amazing, hence the name Amazing Peanut Butter Cup Biscotti. Wrapped in cellophane bags, they are perfect for bake sales." — SHORECOOK
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1 1/2 teaspoons
crunchy peanut butter (such as Jif® Extra Crunchy)
dark brown sugar
1 1/2 cups
peanut butter chips
1 (12 ounce) bag
semisweet chocolate chips
Made these for Recipe Group...Well, the name says it all...AMAZING!!!! Made these exactly as written, and would not change a thing. The combination of flavors w/ the texture of the cookie is truely addicting (I'm not even gonna say how many I've eaten already, lol)! These will definitely be on my Christmas cookie platters, as well as my favorite cookies list! SHORECOOK, you did it again~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
Definitely not a biscotti texture. It is more like a cookie than biscotti. Very thick and dry. Sorry, but would not make this again.
These are incredible! A coworker brought these into work and I just had to have the recipe. He directed me here and I was not disappointed. I didn't add the peanut butter chips and it still had plenty of peanut butter flavor. I also used a mix of semi-sweet and bittersweet chips because I didn't want them to be overly sweet. Amazing recipe that is sure to be crowd pleaser.
What a fabulous selection for the Recipe Group for 11/24/2012. Shorecook never disappoints with her marvelous recipes. These are very, very good – too good in fact. So much for dinner. I made these exactly as stated and would not make any changes. If you have a cookie swap coming up, you may want to make these. People will love them!
I made these for Recipe Group. This was my first time making biscotti, and this recipe turned out beautifully. Next time, I may add just a few chocolate chips to the batter for a little extra chocolate, but this recipe really didn't need any changes. I love the pairing of peanut butter and chocolate. Yummy!
Recipe Group Selection: 24, November 2012 ~ SHORECOOK, this recipe is delicious!!! 5-stars for sure! I have always wanted to make biscotti, but very leery of trying. With this being the RG selection this week, I knew now was the time. So happy they chose your recipe. Your instructions are so well written. I dipped half of them in white chocolate and the other half in the semi-sweet dark as the recipe calls for. Since I will be using some of them in Christmas baskets I added holiday sprinkles to some. The end result is a nice crisp, but not hard biscotti. Now that my fear has been lifted and biscotti have been crossed off my food "Bucket List" I look forward to trying other recipes. Thanks SHORECOOK for boosting my confidence in making this delightful treat.
Another 5 star recipe from Shorecook! I had never made biscotti before and decided I would give this recipe a try. The crunchiness, the peanut butter flavor along with the melted chocolate chips made for a tasty cookie. My whole house smelled sooo good while this was baking. For a more festive holiday look, I sprinkled decorative Christmas candies on top of the melted chocolate chips. A definite keeper and will be on my Christmas cookie tray. Thank you for this AMAZING recipe. Christmas blessings to you and your family Shorecook!
I made these for the first time this year. I love Biscotti, and these are a keeper. Thanks for sharing, made them just as written.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Amazing Peanut Butter Cup Biscotti
Serving Size: 1/30 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 105
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