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A Simple way to make Chocolate Biscotti’s

Updated on January 25, 2015

Yummy Biscottis

Baking can be relaxing and something that the whole family can enjoy together. My mom used to make cookies and other desserts for our family all of the time. She still does make great desserts from time to time. I watched her over the years cook delicious foods that left our mouths watering. I promised myself that I would always try new and different recipes to explore the realm of cooking. This recipe that I am today is a simple Chocolate Biscotti recipe that can be used over and over again. Each time that you use it will be rewarding because the technique will always remain the same but the only difference will be the dough that you choose to use. I will provide you with and ingredient list and directions for making this easy Chocolate Biscotti recipe!


  1. 1 package of ready-made chocolate chip cookie dough( refrigerated section of your grocery store)
  2. ½ tbsp. of olive oil
  3. 1 cookie sheet or baking sheet
  4. 1 small bag of semi-sweet chocolate morsels(brand of your choosing)
  5. Two cooling racks or trays
  6. Wax paper


Now preheat your oven according to the directions on the cookie dough packaging. Then place the ½ tbsp. of olive oil on your cookie sheet or baking sheet and evenly spread it on the sheet. Next, take your cookie dough out of the package then shape it into a large and wide log. Place the cookie log on your baking sheet and cook it according to the directions on the packaging. Then when the cookie log is finished cooking pull it and slice it with a large knife. Now arrange the sliced cookies so that there is space between each one then put the baking sheet back into the oven and let it cook for 2-4 minutes then pull them out of the oven to let them cool. Meanwhile take your bag of semi-sweet chocolate morsels and warm them by placing them in double boiler or by placing them into a heat proof bowl and place it over a pan of simmering water. Stir the morsels to ensure that they melt properly. Then once the chocolate morsels have melted remove them from the heat and set them to the side. Now take each biscotti cookie and dip it into the melted chocolate then lay them on wax paper to cool. Now brew your favorite coffee and get ready to enjoy a delicious snack! I hope that you enjoy this recipe and add it to your own set of recipes!

Chocolate Chip Biscottis



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