Friday, December 16, 2011

Biscotti Biscotti Biscotti ~~ No peeking MOM!

Red Velvet Biscotti

Gingerbread biscotti

Chocolate peanut butter biscotti

Vanilla Irish Cream


Honey cinnamon butter
2 sticks room temperature butter
1 cup honey
1 cup confectioners sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon

Mix until fluffy

4 ounce jars with labels from lollychops


I always give my mom biscotti for Christmas so you better not be peeking!


I didn't want to bore you with a bunch of biscotti recipes so send me a message if you'd like any of the recipes.

Merry Christmas!!

Lots of request for the red velvet biscotti.  Just click on this link

12 comments:

TheCrankyCrow said...

Oh my heck....no time for recipes - I want you to do mail order!! ;o) (ok...ok....it won't happen this year, but I'll put it to the top of the to-do for next year (yikes - I'm already behind for next year at this rate!) - can you send me at least the recipes for the red velvet and the vanilla irish cream?? Is biscotti hard to make? I've never done it before...but I've eaten my share! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Clint said...

This looks fantastic. Your mom's a lucky lady!

Jules said...

Dang, I want them all! That gingerbread would go well with my coffee right now. :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Out on the prairie said...

Always the best of flavors here, especially during the holidays.Hope you are laying back before more studies begin.Have a Merry Christmas

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

Please please please send me the red velvet one! I've never heard of it and it looks incredible! bkfuller@mato.com

Olga said...

Your family ought to be delighted by your culinary talents! At least I'm jealous :)

Jenny Woolf said...

Wow the Red Velvet looks amazing. I'd like the recipe for that! We don't have Red Velvet here but I think I have seen cakes like this in the US. I am assuming red food colouring, but I don't know what the flavour is like.

They all look lovely - wish I was on your Christmas present list, Cathy! :)

Dawn said...

OOOOOLAAAAALAAAAA!
That red velvet looks divine, as do all the others!

Janet, said...

Believe it or not, but I don't think I've ever eaten biscotti before. It sure looks good, though. The honey cinnamon butter looks good, too.

Leann said...

mmm.. well you just know that I'm off to check out the red velvet recipe!

I should be headed to bed. 6am comes awfully early:)

Merry Christmas!
Leann

Amish Stories said...

The cookies look great and id like to wish you and your family a merry Christmas. And thank you so much for being a reader of my blog. Richard

Anonymous said...

I'm here to testify that the Vanilla Irish Cream is the very best. That was my favorite last year and after receiving several kinds this year - it still remains my favorite. I don't even care if there is icing on it. The combination and texture of the Vanilla Irish Cream goes great with my coffee. I love it because it does not taste sweet at all. I leave home each morning with a cup of coffee and sometimes just 1/2 of a biscotti, because they are large. I am special for having Country Cathy for a daughter and don't honestly know where she gets all her talent. Mom