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Martha’s Reinventing Biscotti (And Other Coffee Shop Favorites!) on "Martha Bakes"

Her classic treats made with better-for-you ingredients are the perfect partner for a cup of coffee.

Photography by: Jonathan Lovekin

Tempted by the baked goods in the glass case at your neighborhood coffee shop? Trust us, the homemade versions taste way better and are a breeze to make. Not only are Martha’s new favorite recipes for biscotti, coffee cake, and scones supremely delicious, but they also rely on less-processed grains, such as graham, spelt, and whole-wheat flour. The best part is that there’s no compromise on flavor or texture -- these treats have both in spades.


Martha is also joined by another baking expert in the kitchen this week: Blair Marvin from Vermont's Elmore Mountain Bread. Marvin brings with her some of Elmore’s freshly milled whole-wheat flour, which is ground from locally sourced grains onsite at the bakery. She also shares her tips on baking with whole-wheat flour and demonstrates how to make a simple shortbread. Take a peek at two of the recipes in the latest episode below, and don’t forget to tune in this weekend!

Photography by: Jonathan Lovekin

Seeded Graham Biscotti

Just the thing to go with your afternoon espresso! These wholesome almond-studded biscotti are made with nutty graham flour and boast three different kinds of seeds: hemp, fennel, and sesame.


Get the Seeded Graham Biscotti Recipe
apple cider donut cake
Photography by: Jonathan Lovekin

Apple-Cider Doughnut Cake

Martha transforms the beloved apple cider doughnut into a sensational coffee cake. Olive oil and apple two ways -- cider and applesauce -- keep the Bundt cake nice and moist. Pro tip: don't skimp on the cinnamon sugar!


Get the Apple-Cider Doughnut Cake Recipe

"Martha Bakes" season 8 airs on PBS stations nationwide (check local listings).