Chocolate Dipped Almond Biscotti

It’s that time of year. Yes, that time of year when my shamelessly large flip flop collection gets tossed to the back of the closet and is replaced with random boots and furry flats scattered about my house. (The flip flops are so much easier to keep organized). Large comfy sweaters become my go to for every day (even when it’s pushing 70 in a bizarre heat wave. Cough today cough.) and I realize I own more hoodies than days in the week. Flannel PJ’s, fluffy scarves, and knee high socks. Oh yes, it’s here. So this weeks diggin on goes to all things cozy. Mmm, now I’m going to climb under the winter covers with my hot cocoa and this biscotti and turn on the Yule Log dvd (and yes, I did say it was 70 today. Once you bust out the cozy, there is no going back).

Sweater  Jeans  Gloves  Hat  Boots  Jacket

 Seriously, the Yule Log dvd was probably my best Nyquil induced idea last week. 

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  1. says

    Biscotti – my favorite! And they’re dipped in chocolate? YES PLEASE!

    Oh and I know flip flops are thrown into the back of the closet this time of year but I still wear them during the winter! My toes get frozen off but I can’t give up the comfort of sandals yet!

  2. says

    I still need to make biscotti. Am I the last person on the planet who hasn’t made it? Love those style of gloves. I got a pair similar from Target last year and holy jeez… do you think the pant model was photoshopped enough? Absurd.

  3. says

    At a glance I could see what this is and it brings back such powerful memories. This reminds me of Taylor with me at my work at a very rough time for us. She would often ask for a chocolate dipped almond biscotti and without fail every time she would take one bite of the chocolate covered part and set it down. “I’m done.” She’d say with a funny face. (sigh) I tried to remind her she didn’t like almond biscotti but she always insisted. Now she loves them by the way and she will be excited to know that you made these! I hope you are having a good day!

  4. says

    Yes, I hate putting away the flipflops (although with a typical Irish summer, flipflops just mean wet toes most of the time), but I do like getting out the winter boots when I’ve finally decided to let go all hope of sunshine.

    These lovely chocolatey biscotti will be perfect with my cuppa! Love how simple they are!

  5. Kel says

    I would really like to make these, but I believe a step is missing?

    After the “loaves” bake, you take out, slice and rebake for how long?

    Thanks so much!

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