Chocolate Chocolate Chip Biscotti

As you know, our freezer is bursting with Christmas cookies. Every few days I pull out a box and we munch to our hearts content. The kids and I had a great time baking a few weeks ago.

My kids love baking Christmas cookies and in years past, I’ve put it off and felt guilty about it. It’s amazing how much stress that took off me to get all the baking done ahead of time.

Since FishChick2 was diagnosed with allergies to egg whites and nuts, we’ve made some changes in our baking. Not all of the recipes I used were egg free, but we’re going toward a nut-free household. Just for sanity’s sake. (pun intended)

Anyway, one of my husband’s favorite cookies is Biscotti. So, we made Chocolate Chocolate Chip Biscotti

I took my Chocolate Almond Biscotti recipe and tweaked it, ever so slightly. When I pull these babies from the freezer, we might just drizzle them with chocolate, just for fun. Bwahaha!

These cookies are crispy, crunchy, with just the right amount of chocolate nuggets to bite into. Delish! Come on over!

Don’t forget to check out The 12 Days of Christmas Cookies and a great round up of recipes from around the web!

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  1. Oh, thank you for this recipe! I am putting together “warm beverage mugs” with teas, hot chocolate, and Starbucks Via as Christmas gifts this year, and I was going to need a good biscotti recipe to add a munchie to the mugs!:)

  2. These look wonderful! My 5 year old is also allergic to eggs and nuts (peanuts and treenuts). Were you able to make these egg-free? I’d love to know how!

    Thanks!

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      I didn’t make them egg free. But, I just read somewhere that you can sub 2 T oil and 1 T water for an egg. You could try that.

  3. Jessica, I just made this and I wanted to thank you for sharing the recipe. I packaged it up all pretty for my sister as part of her Christmas gift. I am sure she’ll love it. Thanks again!

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