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Biscotti

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Get the irresistible crunch of traditionally twice-baked biscotti from a single quick stint in the oven by scooping the dough into bite-size mounds. These poppers have the same silky chocolate dip as the classics sold in coffee shops but offer surprising add-ins (think grapefruit zest and shredded coconut).The dipped cookies can be stored in a single layer in a cool place for up to a week.

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These Italian cookies are made without butter or oil and are twice baked to crisp perfection. Mix up the flavor with ingredient swaps and feel good about eating more than one. Try Almond Biscotti, Rum-Soaked Raisin Biscotti, Mexican Chocolate Biscotti, and Brown Sugar and Date Biscotti.

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These Italian cookies are made without butter or oil and are twice baked to crisp perfection. Mix up the flavor with ingredient swaps and feel good about eating more than one. Try Almond Biscotti, Cherry Espresso Biscotti, Mexican Chocolate Biscotti, and Brown Sugar and Date Biscotti.

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These Italian cookies are made without butter or oil and are twice baked to crisp perfection. Mix up the flavor with ingredient swaps and feel good about eating more than one. Try Almond Biscotti, Cherry Espresso Biscotti, Rum-Soaked Raisin Biscotti, and Brown Sugar and Date Biscotti.

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These Italian cookies are made without butter or oil and are twice baked to crisp perfection. Mix up the flavor with ingredient swaps and feel good about eating more than one. Try Almond Biscotti, Cherry Espresso Biscotti, Mexican Chocolate Biscotti, and Rum-Soaked Raisin Biscotti.

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These Italian cookies are made without butter or oil and are twice baked to crisp perfection. Mix up the flavor with ingredient swaps and feel good about eating more than one. Try Rum-Soaked Raisin Biscotti, Cherry Espresso Biscotti, Mexican Chocolate Biscotti, and Brown Sugar and Date Biscotti.

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Ground chicory is a beloved ingredient in New Orleans. The roasted and ground root of the endive is most notably used to smooth the sharpness of coffee. Here, it lends a pleasantly bitter note to these biscotti-like cookies. A bit of instant espresso powder can also be used.

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Mandelbrot comes from the German words for "almond" (mandel) and "bread" (brot). Our variation contains pecans instead of almonds. As with biscotti, the dough is partially baked, sliced, and baked again.

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New York newlywed Cathy No Rebatta loves to make these Italian cookies to give as gifts. They are great for dunking in milk or coffee. Whole almonds, peanuts, or hazelnuts would also work well in place of the pistachios.