Nothing reminds you of your Italian grandmother more than biscotti cookies. Cucina & Amore has captured the aromatic flavors of this classic Italian dessert and created a variety of delicious options, including traditional almond, cranberry almond, chocolate, and pistachio biscotti.
The word "biscotti" originates from the Latin word biscoctus, meaning "twice-cooked." Traditionally, biscotti cookies are served with a beverage. Many people love to dip them, especially in Italy where they are served as a dessert with a traditional Italian dessert wine called Vin Santo or with coffee, hot chocolate, lattes, or black tea. Whatever beverage you prefer, Cucina & Amore's Biscotti Cookies are a flavorful combination of delicious ingredients and a perfect treat to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Cucina & Amore has taken almond biscotti cookies to the next level. They bring out the true dessert flavors of Italy and pair well with any coffee beverage, chai or spiced orange tea. You will quickly find that these biscotti cookies are the best thing in your cupboard!
Cucina & Amore's Chocolate Biscotti cookies are just the way we like them delectable and full of dark chocolate flavor. Paired with one of your favorite beverages such as a hot cup of coffee they're the perfect bite in between to satisfy your need for a chocolaty snack. Get ready to enjoy possibly one of the best biscotti cookies you've ever had.
Cucina and Amore's delectable Pistachio Biscotti cookies are a customer favorite. The pistachios add special crunch and a wonderful nutty flavor to the cookies, making them a tasteful delight. Pistachio Biscotti cookies are a yummy treat not just by itself but also when paired with a dessert wine. For an added twist, just crumble them over a scoop of ice cream to give your dessert a special crunch.
Cucina & Amore's Cranberry Almond Biscotti cookies bring a rich tartness to every sweet bite! They pair well with a delicious hibiscus tea and are a perfect weekend snack! And they're ideal for making a delicious cheesecake crust. Just substitute them for the graham cracker crust and you will have transcended decadence. For Thanksgiving, make it a pumpkin cheesecake - your whole family with be thankful!