Cantuccini

April 15th, 2014 by Erin Gennow
Cantuccini

Cantuccini

TWD – Tuesdays with Dorie


Cantuccini

These little Italian biscotti are super easy to make, and relatively quick.  Cantuccini are a specific type of biscotti, usually dipped in a sweet Tuscan Italian wine called Vin Santo.  When I was in Italy I was served this after dinner, and it’s delightful.  Vin Santo brings out the flavor of the almonds, and dipping the Cantuccini softens it.

Of course, you can dip these biscotti in anything you wish – coffee, tea, milk, and hot cocoa.

Cantuccini and other biscotti are great cookies to have on hand, because they keep well, and are easy to make with staple ingredients.  I also love that they aren’t super sweet.  They have a gentle sweetness.  It’s the perfect size for a light after dinner dessert.

To get the recipe check out the book Baking with Julia, by Dorie Greenspan.

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6 Responses to “Cantuccini”

  1. Love the golden brown color of your cantuccini.

  2. These look perfect! Love the way the almonds sliced up.

  3. Sunita says:

    They look so good. I loved the mild sweetness and also that they contain practically no fat.

  4. These are great with vin santo. I’m trying them with cocoa tonight!

  5. Don’t you love the look of the whole almonds sliced up? This is a keeper recipe for sure.

  6. SandraM says:

    They look great. I look forward to making them soon.

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