I will say I thought this recipe was a total bust when I finished mixing all the ingredients together. It was way too wet and looked really unappetizing when I placed it on the baking sheet. Turns out, they were spectacular! I took it upon myself to add 1/2 cup of 56% cocoa chips and sprinkled with Malden salt. Also, I didn’t use any oil underneath when baking the first time, I simply placed both of my loaves on parchment paper, be aware that they expand ALOT.
After the first bake they still seemed a little funny but I went with it and continued with the second bake. When the timer was up, I simply turned the oven off and let them remain in there until they dried out enough. They were SO good!! I really thought I’d have to throw them away because they didn’t seem right. It’s the recipe that’s not giving you everything correctly. Don’t forget to turn the oven off after the second bake to let them fry out completely.
Horrid. The mix is far too wet, flattens out during the first round. Even doubling the time for the second bake won't salvage these. Odd, salty after taste. Total waste of a large amount of almond flour.Read More
I had the same problem as badrita! They also did not rise. Usually I put xanthan gum in my gluten free recipes. This did not call for it. Could that be the problem?Read More
The biscotties came out wet after 45 minutes of first baking . let them cool for half hour, they crumble when i try to slice them. Waist of time and money!Read More
They were too salty and did not set up very well. They were too soft even after baking them for 10 - 15 extra minutes.Read More