Gingerbread Biscotti

Crunchy Gingerbread Biscotti with White Chocolate! So easy to make and it ships well too!

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Gingerbread Biscotti: perfect, crunchy biscotti recipe

Last week I had jury duty. In my Ohio county, you get selected and you have to call the night before to see if you need to show up. You do this for two weeks. Most people keep their fingers crossed for two weeks that they don’t get selected.

I was not so lucky last week. Although, having served (my first time in my 40 yr life) it was quite interesting. From the jury selection process to the trial all the way to the verdict. It was like it is in movies…but not!

Here is what I learned.

I learned I really love working from home.

Coming home four days last week after being gone 8+ hours at the courthouse…it’s hard work. There was no dinner ready. The laundry kept piling up. I still had kids to take to sports, high school swim meets and help with homework! By the time I would get home from running around, it was nearly 9pm each night. My husband was great, but we are so out numbered!

Needless to say, my house was a wreck. We ate fast food more times than I can count. And my blog work was barely touched.

But today, we are back on track. Kids are at school, my dryer has been running for about 12 hours straight, and the coffee pot is full. Life is good.

Enjoying a cup of coffee with a crunchy piece of biscotti is by far one of my favorite indulgences. Some of you may love a cookie or a brownie. But for me…it’s biscotti.

I used Dorot Crushed Ginger in today’s recipe. Have you seen these frozen herbs yet?

I first shared them with you last month in my Turkey Noodle Soup. I used the crushed garlic and chopped basil.

Pop and Cook

You can find these at Walmart in the purple packages under the name Pop & Cook.

Dorot garlic and herbs

Elsewhere they are in the red packages under the name Dorot. I love keeping these handy in my freezer. And the crushed ginger was put to good use in today’s recipe. I popped out the frozen ginger cube and let it thaw for a few minutes while getting my ingredients and baking sheet ready. The depth of flavor in using this fresh (frozen) ginger is incredible compared to using a spice in a jar. Trust me on this!

And gingerbread is so perfect for this holiday season. Biscotti is one of those great treats that can be packaged and shipped. Make sure you put it into an airtight container (or ziploc bag) before packaging.

Gingerbread Biscotti: perfect, crunchy biscotti recipe

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Yield: 12 large biscotti

Gingerbread Biscotti

Gingerbread Biscotti
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes


  • 6 Tbsp unsalted butter, softened
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 Tbsp molasses
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp allspice
  • 1 cube Dorot crushed ginger (or 1 tsp), thawed
  • 2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 cup sparkling white sugar
  • 4 oz vanilla candy coating, melted


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, beat butter with sugar until combined. Add in eggs and molasses.
  3. Beat in spices, flour, and baking powder.
  4. On a parchment paper lined baking sheet, shape dough into a 12x4 inch rectangle, patting evenly. Sprinkle with sparkling white sugar. Bake for 22-25 minutes.
  5. Remove from oven and cool 5 minutes. Slice biscotti into 12, one inch wide slices. Arrange biscotti onto sides, separating them on the baking sheet. Return to oven and bake an additional 6 minutes. Remove and turn them to opposite side, bake another 6 minutes.
  6. Remove biscotti and cool completely.
  7. Once cooled, dip bottom of biscotti in melted vanilla candy coating. Set back on parchment paper until set, about 15 minutes. Store in airtight container. ENJOY.

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45 comments on “Gingerbread Biscotti”

  1. What pretty biscotti!! Where did you get the mug in the first photo? Love it!

  2. These biscotti are so pretty! I love the sparkling sugar addition on the top. I will have to check out Dorot the next time I’m at the store. What a good idea!

  3. That sounds like the perfect biscotti for Christmas morning coffee. 🙂

  4. Carrie

    I can’t wait to try this!

    (I chuckled as I read your post…I am in 100% agreement!! I am a Project Mgr for a large Telecom company and have been working from home for about 7 years now. It is the single most important benefit (for us) the company has offered/allowed. I get hives just thinking about the possibility of having to “work outside the home” again.)

  5. Oh so glad I have not had to do jury duty! I do not know how we would run also having 4 kiddos in the house! These look wonderful!

  6. Such pretty biscotti Aimee! Pinned!

    I got called for jury duty earlier this year. I never went in for the selection process, but as much as it would have been a pain, I was so curious! 🙂

  7. DJ

    These sound and look delicious. I always have frozen ginger in my freezer. I keep full knobs in good Ziploc freezer bags and then whenever I want some for a cuppa tea or a delicious recipe like this, I just take out my trusty rasp and grate away. Very easy, as it doesn’t freeze like a brick and you can take a paring knife and still cut off the peel. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

  8. DJ

    Oooo 🙂 So happy I always have fresh ginger on hand in my freezer. I keep whole knobs in good Ziplock bags and then whenever I want fresh ginger for my tea or a delicious recipe like this, I just take out my trusty rasp and grate away. The ginger doesn’t freeze like a brisk and you can easily trim away the peel with a paring knife.
    Thanks for the recipe and Happy Christmas! 🙂

  9. This biscotti looks tasty indeed, and I like the twist with the white chocolate… I may just give these a whirl in the future. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  10. Gorgeous breakfast cookies girl. That sparkly sugar and white chocolate dip just makes it so pretty! I have to say I absolutely love working from home too…I’m not sure what I would do if that ever has to change.

  11. Man, do these look good! I’d love to get my hands on one of these 🙂

  12. I have thankfully (knock on wood) not been called in for jury duty yet, but my mom was once on a jury that lasted weeks! She was so exhausted too. Blegh. At least you can get back in the groove with the help of these amazing biscotti! 😀

  13. I’m a ginger fiend! I’ve got to find this pop & cook product!

    I love that you say life is returned to normal when the coffee pot is full 🙂

  14. These are beautiful and I know they taste great and just like fall/winter. They’d be the perfect addition with our morning coffee and tea. Great recipe!

  15. Nan

    Seriously?! Are the frozen herb cubes really good…especially the basil? Oh, and the biscotti look lovely.

  16. I used to get called every year for jury duty (been on 2 juries) but now for the past few years they seem to have lost me :).

    I am with you on the biscotti!! I love having cookies for breakfast essentially!! These look delicious!

  17. The biscotti looks great! Definitely need to try to make these.

  18. It is such a good feeling to be able to come home to a clean house … we are still working on that one before Christmas! I have my coffee with me, but it is suddenly missing some gingerbread biscotti. 🙂 Your photos are absolutely beautiful by the way – the sugar on top and the colors and angles – they are perfect!

  19. I love the idea of using frozen herbs so that they don’t go bad before you can use them up! My favorite biscotti ever is the gingerbread macadamia white chocolate one at Starbucks, so this is perfect for me!

  20. These are some of the prettiest biscotti ever! Love the gingerbread flavour.

  21. mara

    just made these and enjoying them with some hot tea. DELIGHTFUL! so fun and festive. i forgot to sprinkle the sugar on but they are still delicious 🙂 thank you thank you!

  22. I have always wanted to serve on jury duty! I have never seen this produce, but I am going to totally go buy some. I feel like I always waste fresh herbs.

  23. Jury duty…blah. Glad you still managed to showcase these gorgeous biscotti! I love gingerbread and these would be a hit in my home. Pinned. 🙂

  24. Krystyna

    My husband put in a request for a second batch which is always a good sign! These were my first biscotti ever and I couldn’t believe how simple it was! I also used grated fresh ginger (11/2 tbsp after squeezing out the juice in a heavy paper towel)… Great recipe…thank you so much for sharing!

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  26. Karen

    Is there anything I can substitute for the Ginger in this form. I have powdered ginger here at home and is that an okay substitute and how much?

  27. Ashley G Schmidt

    I absolutely LOVE this recipe. My only complaint is that I wish it made more (I have a large family so the recipe didn’t even last a day). Is this a recipe that can be doubled or do I need to make separate batches?

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  29. Dilyn

    I just made these and they are DELICIOUS!! Came out perfectly! Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

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