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White Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti Sweethearts

White Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti Sweethearts recipe
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Nutty cherry biscotti treats are a welcome gift any time—but even more so when they're cut into heart shapes and drizzled with melted white chocolate!
30 min
54 min
26 servings
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I am not a biscotti fan.. but I made these for my sister and ended up keeping 1/2 the batch! They are really good. I would recommend them.
These were so easy to make and turned out so well that I invited several neighbors to sample them at an open house I held at my new home. Everyone in attendance demanded the recipe and it is spreading all over town!
I made this cookie and instead of making the heart-shaped cookie I made stars for Christmas, and instead of the dried cherries I used dried cranberries. Needless to say they were a big hit with my family, and myself. I am going to make them again!!!!
I put twice the amount of chips that the recipe calls for. 1 1/2 cups of white chocolate, and 1 1/2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips. The cookies are a cross between candy and cookie. Very unique tasting dessert.
Don't grease and flour the pan. Also, recipe should suggest that the cherries are to be chopped.
These cookies are very plain. Not much taste to them at all. yuck
I omitted the nuts because I was taking it to a party with friends that I know can't have nuts. The cookies were a big hit. Everyone requested the recipe! My advice when making is to use a good cookie cutter. A flimsy one just won't do it when cutting through the cherries. Next time I think I might sub dark choco for a different taste.
It needs a pinch of salt and I beleive cherries go better with almonds, so I substituted them for the pecans. This is a much easier approach to biscotti than the traditional recipe so I will make this in many variations--different fruit and chocolates througout the year.
I used white chocolate chunks with out chopping them, so I couldn't roll this out. I ended up cutting into diamond and dipping in red chocolate. You could fancy them up, with more chopped cherries or pecans, get the idea. I will make this recipe again. I used dried cherry flavored cranberries as I didn't have time to get cherries. My co-workers loved the recipe and my husband wouldn't quit eating them.
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