Chocolate-Dipped Anise Biscotti
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 40 min. + cooling
Sensational! However, here's a tip - when it says to "cool completely" that doesn't just mean to let the heat go away, they really should be on the cooler side. The first rectangle just lost its heat when I cut it and it was extremely crumbly-very frustrating. I got distracted and the second rectangle didn't get cut for another half hour. There was very little crumbling. This was my first attempt at biscotti and I'll never buy biscotti again. Thanks for sharing.
I love biscotti with coffee and this recipe is the best I have ever tried and very easy to throw together. I don't think they even need the chocolate and I am a chocolate lover. My cookie picky husband asked me to make them again. Thank You taste home for the great recipe
LOVED it, will make it again soon - this time with semisweet or dark chocolate.
Chocolate, almonds, and anise. Perfect combination. I used anise oil rather than extract and didn't have the anise seeds. You don't need the chocolate; but it definitely is a nice addition. I'll will make these again!
Oh, no, you would have to post this recipe!! I L♥VE BISCOTTI, Anise and Chocolate!!
Delicious. I didn't have Anise seed on hand so I substituted and used 5 t. anise extract. Worked perfect. The chocolate isn't needed, that is a personal preference. Will definitely make again.