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OREO Biscotti

OREO Biscotti recipe
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Crisp twice-baked Italian cookies are flecked with chopped chocolate sandwich cookies for a twist on a dessert classic. Serve with coffee for dunking.
30 min
1 hr 24 min
32 servings, 1 biscotti each
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I made this for Christmas along with my other X-Mas cookies and everyone loved them! My husband is wanting me to make them again! I am adding this to my X-Mas cookie must make list!
I make this recipe, along with 4 others, to serve as a Christmas gift to my co-workers. (About 80 people). Several people, who don't like nuts, love this version of biscotti and request it every year. It turns out great every time I make it.
I just finished making it, this is my first time making biscotti, I made mine a little to thick but I am so impressed with this recipe I'm now trying out the moca biscotti as well. This is a really easy recipe.
These were quite good - I had a hard time with the rolling and cutting, I didn't get them thin enough - delicious with a cup of coffee.
Very good, everyone in my family loved it. The best part was it was not too sweet.
This was my first time making biscotti and I have to say I am hooked! They are just so perfect for dunking in good dark coffee or milk for the kids. I am on the lookout for other yummy biscotti recipes now.
It was my first time baking anything! it came out perfect thanks to your great directions and it tastes exactly like a professionally made biscotti!! i LOVE IT!!!! excellent recipe! I am going to put it into my recipe book!
This recipe is so incredible.. It tastes like it came straight from an Italian bake shop!! Try it
These were pretty good by our guests comments.But I had made the unfortunate mistake in using a store brand cookie...bad idea.Next time I plan on using the real thing and maybe pecans or walnuts.They took time,but really well worth the effort!Not that hard.
This was easier than I thought it would be. I made one batch for a Christmas Brunch. It was such a hit I made more batches for gifts and to take to the extended family gathering on Christmas. Not only is this version of biscotti good in coffee, but it is yummy dunked in milk too.
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