Anisette Toast Biscotti

Light and crunchy Biscotti with a hint of anise flavouring
Light and crunchy Biscotti with a hint of anise flavouring
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Ingredients

2 1/2 cups All-purpose flour
2 tsp Baking powder
1/4 tsp Baking soda
1/4 tsp Salt
1/4 cup Butter softened
1 cup Sugar
3 Eggs
4 tsp Anise extract

Nutritional information

215
Calories
5,3g
Fat
36,9g
Carbohydrates
4,3g
Protein
57mg
Cholesterol
201mg
Sodium
Ingredients

Anisette Toast Biscotti

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These Anisette Toast instantly transport me back to the village in Tuscany where I first tasted them. They are light and crunchy and they contain a secret ingredient – a hint of anise flavouring. These biscotti are so versatile – they are perfect with an espresso after a meal or for a mid-morning snack.

The Anisette Toast are twice-baked which gives them their signature crunch, and they are best when dunked in a drink. This recipe is so simple – you will just need flour, baking powder, baking soda, butter, sugar eggs and anise extract. The hardest thing is waiting for them to cool before you can tuck in!

To make Anisette Toast, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Anisette Toast Biscotti

So, how to make Anisette Toast?

Steps to make Anisette Toast Biscotti

1

Heat the oven and prepare 2 baking sheets

5

Preheat the oven to 350 °F. Lightly grease 2 baking sheets.

2

Mix the dry ingredients

3

Mix the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt together in a bowl.

3

Combine the butter and sugar

5

Beat the butter and sugar together in a large bowl.

4

Add the eggs and the anise extract

5

Beat in the eggs, one at a time. Beat in the anise extract along with the last egg.

5

Combine the dry ingredients with the batter

5

Add the flour mixture to the batter slowly, until just combined.

6

Divide and shape the dough

3

Divide the biscotti dough in two and shape them into 1/2-inch thick slabs. Place each one on the prepared baking sheets.

7

Bake

25

Bake for 20-25 minutes. Remove from the oven when each slab feels firm to the touch and is golden.

8

Leave to cool

5

Leave the biscotti slabs to cool on the baking sheets for 5 minutes.

9

Slice into oblong shapes

4

When they are cool to the touch, cut each slab into 3/4-inch thick oblong slices. Place them back on the baking sheets with the cut side facing down.

10

Bake for a second time

20

Put the biscotti back in the oven and bake for 10-20 minutes. Turn once after 5-10 minutes when the underside turns golden.

11

Allow to cool

30

Tip the biscotti onto a wire rack and leave to cool completely.

Looking for a light and crunchy cookie with just a hint of anise? This Anisette Toast is the one! Give it a try and tag #cookmerecipes in your baking posts!

Jelena is an interior designer and young mom! As a busy working mom, her time is precious so she’s always looking for a quick and efficient way to get things done. Jelena is very creative, but has a strong practical side. She loves trying new things and travels a lot, especially around Europe. The kitchen is Jelena’s safe space, where she can let her creative side out and dedicate herself to her favorite hobby - cooking!

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Recipe Reviews

Average Rating:
(4.8)
Total Reviews: 11
Kenley Corlin

Italian bread is very good with some melted cheese and pasta for the maincourse, this is perfect to dip in some marinara sauce as well.

Patricia Batliner

Could not for the life of me find anise extract anywhere.is there something I can replace it with at all?

Myra Jourdain

Anisette toast is freaking good with honey in the morning and tea legit the best thing ever.

Carolyn Stepanyan

I didnt realize bread can be put in a vegetarian category lol but it was delicious for sure.

Whitney Oalmann

I'm actually shocked that this bread doesn't take too long to make.. 5 stars just for the short amount of time compared to the 2-3 hour banana breads.

Whitney Oalmann

Pretty good and the right amount of crunchyness.

Laney Wiedmer

So I made PBJ from this bread and i like it more than normal toast bread can also toss some marshmellow fluff on it as well.

Amirah Brandeis

Too hard to make mine turned out rock hard and i followed the instructions to a T

Emmy Skorski

Gladly will get fat off of this biscotti lol.

Cara Plescia

Chocolate chips is a good addition if you want to make this bread sweet you can also try to add a bit of cinnamon for extra sweetness.

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Thanks Jelena for sharing!

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