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Delicious biscotti with chocolate swirls. A light, relatively healthy treat. Adapted from Holly Clegg's Trim&Perfect Diabetic Cooking (trust me the recipe does not taste diabetic, no artificial anything)
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- In a medium bowl combine and stir the all purpose flour, whole wheat flour, baking powder and baking soda.
- In a large bowl stir the eggs, egg white, sugar, canola oil, milk, and vanilla extract and an additional tsp of water.
- Add the dry ingredients and combine (you may have to knead with your hands).
- In a plastic or microwave safe bowl melt the chocolate chips. Start out with 30 seconds and continue in 5 second periods in the microwave until melted.
- Quickly add to the dough and create a marbled effect.
- Shape into 4 logs about 2 inches wide and 9 inches long.
- Place logs on baking sheets lightly coated with nonstick spray.
- Bake for 20 minutes until lightly browned.
- Cut into pieces (18 per log).
- Place back on baking sheet cut side down and bake for 15-20 minutes or until dry at 325°F.
I love biscotti, although not as dry as it's supposed to be, since I usually just eat 'em rather than dunk 'em! And these are great tasting biscotti, even if I did make a few small changes in the way they're prepared! During their first baking I watched them, & kept them from spreading too much by pushing the sides of the logs back in (as I do with several other biscotti recipes) & then after cooling & slicing them, I stood the slices up rather than laying them down for the 2nd baking! Also baked them for a little less time than indicated the 2nd time around, so that they were pretty much dry, but not overly so! However it's done, though, these are, as I said, great tasting biscotti & the recipe is one I'll be happy to keep around! Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current round of Pick A Chef]
This biscotti turned out different than others I've made. The dough was more like cookie dough and difficult to work with. I wasn't able to shape the dough into logs until I added a bit more flour. I halved the recipe so maybe that caused the problem. The taste was still good. I think I may try to make marbled biscotti using a regular biscotti recipe then adding the chocolate.