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Cookies - Biscotti

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Like New York Black and White Cookies, these are big, crisp and gorgeous butter sugar cookies. One side is white fondant and the other side is red – very Cupid does Yin Yang. These are, fondant and love notwithstanding, the best sugar cookies on the planet.

 


These are wonderful, decadent chocolate chunk cookies that carry that gorgeous red velvet hue but with an inherently rich cocoa flavor. But Red Velvet colour and flavor agent, takes it up a notch. It’s available from King Arthur Flour. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/items/red-velvet-cake-flavor
 

White chocolate, raspberries, and chocolate covererd (or regular) blueberries for the Red, White and Blue spirit in you - on July 4th or any other time you have a sweet tooth married with a patriotic urge. The chocolate covered blueberries are available at times, from LL Bean but you can also look online. But if you don't have them, you can leave them out for a still-stellar, red/white/blue crunchy biscotti that merits flag waving.

These are inspired by a savory biscotti favored in the Rhode Island Italian community. Use a medium red wine or even a sweet kosher wine.

These are made with part bread flour and part cake flour. For some reason, they come out blonde looking (versus dark caramel), have dense chewy centers and a nice crisp crunch somewhat like a Chinese restaurant almond cookie. They are also the sort of cookie that a diner would serve or you would find at the cash in a big cookie jar at a family style restaurant. This is a great kid cookie and a nice change from too-ooey, gooey chocolate chip cookies. Yet, they are definitely Tollhouse enough for anyone to enjoy. These take a few hours of chill time or overnight is ideal.

Indian summer sometimes yields a bumper crop of rhubarb. When it does, throw the rhubarb into this amazing tart/sweet biscotti. R.W. Knudsen’s unsweetened, pure juices are best for this biscotti that calls for a dip in juice and then sugar before its second bake. These are very intensely flavored juices that are great in baking. Try Knudsen’s Just Sour Cherry or Just Cranberry for this recipe (regular cranberry juice will work too) widely available and especially available in health food stores.

One of those decadent, kitchen sink sort of confections. This is a funky, dense chocolate biscotti that has a brownie taste with biscotti crunch.

 Chocolate, marshmallow and graham biscuits line the bottom of this cheesecake and more are planted on top. The result is a gooey, ooey, s’more-like mess of a cheesecake that is indescribable but so darned good, you might never eat those cookies any other way. The cookies create an instant bottom crust which manages to coat the bottom but also, some float up and become part of the filling. 

A puffy chocolate cookie is studded with chunks of Cookies and Cream chocolate bars and drizzled with more white chocolate after baking. Sour cream, as well as a touch of cream chees, star in this rich chocolate cookie that is mouth-watering, delicate and decadent – all at once. Saco cocoa is wonderfully full bodied in taste but not harsh, offering these cookies a full rounded taste. The chopped Saco chocolate semi-sweet chocolate chunks, offer a nice counterpoint of darker chocolate, against a milder chocolate cookie. The white chocolate, cookies and cream chunks are the final touch.

This is a Marcy Goldman.BetterBaking.com © 2008 Recipe, created exclusively for Saco Food Products.

Tollhouse Cookies revisited with sea salt and sweet caramel - perfect ying yan cookie!

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