Crumbly, buttery biscotti with a chocolate coating.
I switched up by biscotti recipe this time. I usually make the traditional Italian biscotti that doesn’t have any butter in it, but my sister started talking about this slightly crumbly biscotti that was softer on your teeth and easier to eat. So I went exploring and found out that if you make it with butter (while it isn’t the traditional stuff), it comes out a bit softer. When I first tasted it, I thought it was a cross between biscotti and shortbread… “shortscotti” if you will!
But seriously I’m in love. I love dunking these things in my morning coffee! I made a half batch the first time because I thought we wouldn’t go through a whole batch … well I was wrong … less than 24 hours and it was all gone and I was back in the kitchen making another batch … a full one this time! (more…)
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