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).
Made these last night for a party of 100 which will be tonight. My husband has already eaten a quarter of the double batch I slaved over. These are truly easy and quick, yet so delish and country-elegant. The grapefruit and coconut are unexpected and impart a lovely flavor and softness. Will be making another batch for Christmas dinner with the extended family--this time I'll triple the recipe!
Rating: 5 stars
Yummy - grapefruit zests makes it! Only used half of chocolate chips, next time will only use 1/4 of chocolate chips. Did not sprinkle with sugar. Prefer it less sweet.
Next time will substitute other ingredients for the coconut and grapefruit like bacon and other fun ingredients.
These were delicious! I didn't have grapefruit on hand so I used orange zest instead, otherwise I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out very well. They were also not as labor intensive as I expected - quite easy. I did run low on the chocolate for dipping so I would add an ounce or two to the batch for that purpose. I also didn't get 100 - 72 for me.
Rating: 5 stars
Delicious! I didn't have enough grapefruit so I combined with orange zest. Perfect bite sized treats! I must have made mine a bit larger as it made 48 which was plenty. I chilled the dough for 30 minutes before dropping on to sheets. Will add this to my holiday baking list for Christmas. They are so tasty & look impressive with the chocolate bottoms. Thank you Martha!
These are dee-licious! I changed the recipe a tad to match what I had in my pantry and fridge. I used 3/4 cup of butter, 2 tablespoons of freshly grated orange zest, 2/3 cup semi-sweet mini chocolate chips, and regular semi-sweet chocolate chips for the melted coating. I got a total of 78 cookies, not the 100 the recipe suggests. The crunch from the cornmeal is perfectly reminiscent of biscotti. I love that these don't have to be baked twice too. This recipe is a keeper, I will be making more.