This Raspberry Almond Chip Biscotti recipe creates a wonderful crunchy texture and is full of NESTLÉ TOLL HOUSE Semi-Sweet Morsels and NESTLÉ TOLL HOUSE Premier White Morsels. Great with a cup of coffee or a steaming mug of cocoa! This recipe was developed by Nancy S. Morris of Allenwood, NJ.
by C. Cyndi
, TOWANDA, PA on Feb. 2008
I made this for Christmas and wow!! Everyone really likes it, even if they say they don't like Biscotti. I used my own raspberry jam and it is very tasty biscotti, very rich. Taste real good with coffee, or tea or even milk. Taste great !
Rasberrt Almond Chip Biscitti
by T. T
, SANDPOINT, ID on Feb. 2008
A delicious biscotti. I added more raspberry to my dough and did like it better.
Next time I would add red food coloring to enhance the thought of the raspberry flavoring.
This was a nice addition to my usual chocolate or plain almond biscotti recipes.
Raspberry Almond Chip Biscotti
by R. Ruth
, OCALA, FL on Dec. 2007
These are better than excellent. So comforting with a cip of hot tea.
by K. Kim
, GREENSBORO BEND, VT on Nov. 2007
Oh, what a great coffeee break item after the Thanksgiving feast. It has just the right sweetness and crunch. Yummm
Hooray for white chocolate
by W. Wanie
, Richmond, VA on Oct. 2006
I don't like morsels so I chopped a bar of white chocolate and I used seedless raspberry preserves and slivered almonds. I always use parchment on sheet pans, it keeps the bottom of the log from getting so brown. I bake all my biscotti at 325 and NEVER use almond extract. It ruins the true flavors.
a great coffeemate!
by s. sandra
, MEMPHIS, TN on Aug. 2006
coffee and biscotti just go together and this one has all the right flavors! delicious!
by N. Nora
, Auburn, IN on Jun. 2006
This one was easyier than I thought it would be....It will be on my gift giving list for Christmas.
by m. mary
, HALLOWELL, ME on Jun. 2006
I used 3/4 cup chocolate chips and 1 and 1/4 white chocolate chips. I also believe that the cooking time is too long when you use parchment to cover the cookie sheet. I baked mine for 20 minutes and they were fine. Very delicious recipe.
by N. Nikki
, SAND SPRINGS, OK on Jun. 2006
Made for a very special breakfast. I can't keep them made up fast enough.
Easy to make
by M. Martha
, HAMMONTON, NJ on Jun. 2006
I usually have a batch of biscotti, of some kind, in the cookie jar. These didn't last long. My husband kept dunking them in his coffee for breakfast.
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