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Blueberry Almond Biscotti
Blueberry Almond Biscotti are lovely, unfussy, crunchy and bursting with juicy blueberry flavor!
I spent a few pleasant hours in my Jeep en route to – still snowy – Lake Placid, this past weekend.
With my Grande Pike Place Roast, heated seat, and Sirius XM, I was ready for anything. I spent the majority of the ride tuned into 70’s on 7 with the occasional bounce over to The Bridge or Neil Diamond Radio during commercials or the intermittent Rod Stewart or Bob Seger song.
A few things I discovered…I really enjoy the tunes of ’72; American Pie by Don McLean never gets old; I spent way too many years not knowing what a kodachrome is; and Chicago’s music, after all these years, still gives me chills.
I have to admit, I am one of those people who loves to get lost in the music when I’m driving. I know that for some, the shower is their place to shine; not me – it’s the car. And it’s not until the music cuts out, and I don’t, that I am reminded of just how patient my family is. Yikes!
Do you belt in the car? What are your go-to tunes? I’d love to know!!
So I picked up some gorgeous blueberries with the intention of baking a sweet and simple blueberry cake, but for some reason, as I started to gather my ingredients, I was overcome with the feeling to make blueberry almond biscotti. And I’m so glad I was! The base recipe is one I’ve used for many years. I merely switch out the fruit and nuts and other fun add-ins. You can use dried fruit, select fresh fruit, chocolate chips and any variety of nut.
The experience of eating these twice-baked dunkers is enhanced by the fact that they’re:
- crunchy on the outside
- chewy on the inside
- fresh tasting with a burst of juicy flavor from the berries
- nutty from the slivered almonds
My Blueberry Almond Biscotti are lovely, unfussy, crunchy and bursting with juicy blueberry flavor!