Fudgey Chocolate Biscotti Recipe
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So much chocolatey goodness. I hope you like it.
I am starting with the most simple and delicious recipe I know. Combining nuts, chocolate and condensed milk, it is the perfect accompaniment to your morning coffee or your afternoon tea. Plus it is honestly, so easy to make.
Use your own favourite choice of chocolate. The recipe traditionally calls for dark chocolate but I like to add some milk chocolate into the mix. Using a really good quality dark chocolate will make for a more grown up taste.
You could use whatever combination of nuts you like too, although I personally think the hazelnut, almonds and pecans are perfect.
When you have finished the recipe, slice the chocolate bar up thinly so it resembles biscotti. Then you can enjoy a small sweet piece whenever you desire.
Warning: if you let your children do the cutting you may end up with massive chocolatey chunks. 😉
- 200g sweetened condensed milk (half a can)
- 250g cooking chocolate
- 60g freshly roasted hazelnuts
- 60g chopped pecan nuts
- 60g of blanched and diced almonds
- Evenly chop the chocolate and gently melt.
- Stir in the condensed milk and the nuts.
- Spread into a 25cm X 8cm bar tin which has been lined on the base and sides with baking paper.
- Refrigerate for several hours or over night, until firm.
- Remove from the tin and cut into wafer thin slices.
This slice can be wrapped carefully and stored in the fridge for 2 weeks.
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