Gluten-Free Biscotti from Sift
By January 27, 2022 0 55•
Filled with chocolate and heathy bits, this gluten-free biscotti recipe is a perfect treat to accompany a coffee, or even a glass of milk.
Which Flour is Best for Biscotti?
I tend to use the King Arthur Measure for Measure gluten-free flour. I find it to be the best for cookies, biscotti, and cake. Pie crust is a different story but for the sake of biscotti and for this recipe, I definitely advise King Arthur.
How Do You Keep Gluten-Free Cookies (and Biscotti) From Falling Apart?
Make sure you’re using the right flour, levels of baking soda (or powder) and liquid to a recipe. I advise for this recipe using King Arthur as that is what I used, and remember when you are baking, all gluten-free flour mixes will yield different results!
Troubleshooting: How Can I Make My Biscotti Less Hard? Why Did My Biscotti Spread?
Your biscotti could be too hard for two reasons: 1) the mixture was too stiff and did not have enough liquid in it; or, 2) you have baked it too long or at too high of a heat.
The reason for your biscotti spreading could be that you put too much liquid into your mixture, forgot baking soda, or simply forgot an ingredient! Typically, biscotti is a stiff dough and it is not one too spread so long as you follow the recipe!
The biscotti will keep in an airtight container on the counter for 5 days – 1 week. If you wish to freeze it, that is totally fine, just mark a date on the container. They should keep for around 3 months!
What Do You Need for This Easy Gluten-Free Biscotti Recipe?
- 8 tbsp butter, softened
- 2 large eggs
- 2 3/4 cups gluten free flour, I used King Arthur Measure for Measure
- 1 cup sugar
- 3/4 cup heath bits
- 3/4 cup chocolate chips, I used semi sweet
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 2-3 tbsp milk, do one at a time and see if you feel your mixture needs more
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 35
- Total Time: 45
- Yield: 12–18 pieces of biscotti 1x
- Category: Baked Goods
- Method: Easy
- Cuisine: Italian
- Diet: Gluten-Free
For full instructions visit Sift here.