Italy meets New England! Biscotti are Italian cookies. Biscotti means “twice baked”. This recipe is a spinoff from the New England classics, hermit cookies or hermit bars (spiced molasses cookies/bars) baked like biscotti. These gluten free hermit biscotti are perfect for dipping or crunching. Just “cut the sweet with heat” by adding plenty of ginger along with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves and you get an amazing fall flavor. Continue reading “Gluten Free Hermit Biscotti (or Traditional Hermits)”
My grandmother and mother used to make biscotti (Italian cookies), but I never enjoyed them until I made my own, gluten free, of course! These gluten free pumpkin biscotti may be filled with dried fruit and/or nuts, or not. Did I hear, “Amazing”? Why, yes, I did! Use pumpkin puree or pureed sweet potatoes. Either way, they’re delicious! Nuts and dried fruit are optional. You can even dip them in melted chocolate.
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I love these gluten free biscotti because they are moist. You can also make them dryer, if that is what you prefer. I’ve including baking instructions for both. However, they are not so dry that you have to have something to drink nearby. I like my biscotti closer to shortbread cookies, with just a little less butter. I think you’ll fall in love with these biscotti. Please leave me feedback once you’ve made them in a below comment. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Biscotti”
These Italian cookies are often dry when made with gluten. However, this gluten free biscotti recipe is far from dry. Many prefer them over their gluten counterparts. Continue reading “Gluten Free Biscotti – Tastes Like the Real Thing!”