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Tin of biscotti I need to use

superluckycat Jan 7, 2013 05:00 PM

Any recipes using ground up biscotti? Good quality in an unopened main bag, I just don't eat them.

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  1. babette feasts RE: superluckycat Jan 7, 2013 05:02 PM

    I suppose you could make rum balls. Why do you not eat biscotti?

    1. monavano RE: superluckycat Jan 7, 2013 05:52 PM

      Grind the biscotti up and use on ice cream, whipped cream etc.
      Chop and add to cookies.

      1. greygarious RE: superluckycat Jan 7, 2013 06:19 PM

        Use them as you would graham crackers when making a crust for pie or cheesecake.

        1. meatn3 RE: superluckycat Jan 7, 2013 08:52 PM


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            pine time RE: superluckycat Jan 8, 2013 01:10 PM

            I've used ground/crumbled as a self-made granola--great with milk. Can also use the crumbles on top of yogurt. With some fruit, it's a great breakfast.

            1. ninrn RE: superluckycat Jan 8, 2013 01:25 PM

              Are they already ground up? If not, I think you could make a pretty amazing bread pudding with them. If they're already crushed, cheesecake or anything that calls for that kind of cookie crust would work. As a savory application, people often use gingersnaps to thicken sauerbraten gravy, so I'm sure you could use biscotti that way, too

              1. ChefJune RE: superluckycat Jan 8, 2013 01:54 PM

                You aren't restricted to grinding them! They make great bread pudding if you soak them in the milk mixture for a while before baking. Also works well for variations on Tirami Su or Trifle.

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