Traditional Italian biscotti, which are sometimes also called cantuccini, are made with just a few simple ingredients and often contain whole, raw almonds. They are small, light and very crispy. This is the same style Bonnie Tempesta uses to make her Boncora Biscotti – based on her Aunt Isa’s original Florentine recipe!
Boncora Biscotti Review
I had the opportunity to sample the chocolate dipped biscotti and let me tell you it was love at first bite! The cookie is super crispy and I got a piece of raw almond in every bite. The chocolate dipped portion is so rich and creamy – and no wonder, the chocolate is made in part with chocolate liquor and cocoa butter – a wonderful complement to that sweet crunchy cookie.
My mother is a fan of biscotti and I shared some with her. While she was pleasantly surprised about the unexpected gift, she did mention something about “gaining weight”. That’s when I told her, just look at the nutritional info. It is only 125 calories for three Boncora Biscotti! So, it’s okay to enjoy this treat for not a huge amount of calories. Coincidentally, I gave her the large container and I kept the single serving samples for myself – just so I don’t eat too many – yes, they are that good! I’m sure my parents are enjoying their biscotti as I type this. These are perfect for an afternoon treat with a cup of tea.
The biscotti that were not chocolate dipped were great too. I think it is the same recipe with the exception that they are not chocolate dipped. They are almost twice the size also. But, once I tried the chocolate dipped variety, well, those are the best!
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About Boncora Biscotti
Made from a family recipe passed down through generations, Bonnie’s crunchy biscotti di Prato were an instant hit. Bonnie rented a small commercial kitchen and began selling her biscotti door-to-door, one gourmet or specialty shop at a time. Bonnie and her mother, Aurora, founded La Tempesta Bakery Confections a year later. The cookies became a national sensation, sold at stores from Neiman Marcus to Macy’s and named the #1 domestic biscotti by the Washington Post. One of Bonnie’s innovations—Cioccolotti—became the first commercially sold chocolate-dipped biscotti in America. For the latest information, be sure to follow Boncora Bisscotti on Facebook and Twitter.
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