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Biscotti Bites

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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.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, January/February 2014
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  • bakingaway
    14 DEC, 2014
    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!
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  • oneswellshell
    29 MAR, 2014
    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.
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  • Gail Stanghelle
    22 MAR, 2014
    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.
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  • MS10327130
    1 MAR, 2014
    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!
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  • itsmecissy
    28 JAN, 2014
    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.
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