Bis-Cotto (Twice Baked)

If you’ve ever gone to any coffee shop ever you’ve probably have had or at least have seen biscotti.

With the help of google and I found out that these little cookies came from Italy and the name comes from Latin Bis – meaning twice and Cotto/coctum – meaning cooked/baked.

Very interesting stuff.

Since most biscotti contains nuts and (like I mentioned in a previous post) I’m in love with someone who is highly allergic to them, I’ve avoided them until now.

I found this recipe from and I have to say I’m in love!

This recipe caught my eye because there’s also coffee (and coffee liquor!) in the dough. Though there are walnuts in this recipe, I just left them out.

You can find the recipe by clicking the link below:

Cappuccino Biscotti

Like I always do, I used whole wheat flour and flax seed mill. Besides that and throwing out the walnuts I followed the recipe from that link.

So you make the dough, bake it, let it cool, slice it, and bake it again.

I also used two teaspoons of instant coffee because I felt adventurous.

I’m not sure if it’s the right way to eat them but I loved dipping them in my coffee this morning.

The only thing I need to work on is making them crispy enough without breaking anyone’s teeth.


Boucher, I., (Crumb), I. B., Says, S., Says, I. B., Says, C., Says, A., . . . Says, D. B. (2015, July 01). Coffee Break: Cappuccino Biscotti. Retrieved March 04, 2018, from

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Origin of Biscotti

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