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Hey guys, here is a lovely little recipe for homemade biscotti! It’s such a tasty treat and it’s simple to make! Have a watch and let me know what you think in the comments box! For more videos on baking and tasty treats, make sure you subscribe for free…

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36 Comments

  1. Isa Carreño says:

    please would you mind writing the recipe or something? i don't understand some words like the kind of flavor and thinks like that 🙂 Thankyou!!! Just subscribed 

  2. Nikita Leon says:

    Cool recipe. I would like to make them… Thanks)
    U are great <3

  3. Ch3rryL1p5 says:

    This kind of biscotti it's called Cantucci, they are Tuscany origin 🙂 ciao Jemma

  4. Andrea Tani says:

    You should try them with VinSanto a Tuscany's liquored wine

  5. John Kapalidis says:

    hmmm delicious!!!!!!!!!

  6. La Di says:

    Hi Jemma, today I made a gluten free version of your biscotti. They went very well except when cutting them a good portion got crumbly and fell apart. Do you think it is because of the gluten free flour, or could I have done some mistake? Thanks and thanks for your lovely videos, love them all!

  7. krenare gashi says:

    you look a lot like reese witherspoon ^_^ and you cook perfect cakes 🙂

  8. Ashley Smith says:

    I love your videos Jemma! I am definitely going to make these! Thanks 🙂

  9. Ka Wai Vicky Ma says:

    Jemma, Thanks for sharing, it was so delicious!

  10. risoledoce says:

    zooey deschanel, is that you?

  11. Lori Peters says:

    I love your video's but the music is so loud I cannot get the ingredients. very frustrating.  In the videos where you post the ingredients in the bubble is great..

  12. sparkletone1684 says:

    LOL at the last bit of this video. Priceless!

  13. Felicity Trinh says:

    Hey Jemma, do you have a recipe written up? Just so I easily cut the amount in half if I needed to 🙂 Thanks!

  14. Jana J says:

    Amazing, so good! Thx Jemma!

  15. • itshazel • says:

    Probably the first time I've seen you with your hair down.

  16. Nurtuba Ismail says:

    Hello! Just askin, for the almonds.. Is it whole almonds or sliced up?

  17. Lindzy says:

    She is my favorite!

  18. Pascal Terjan says:

    "Twice baked biscuit" is strange to hear given that biscuit literally means twice baked :)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscuit#Etymology

  19. Emily Banks says:

    You're so lovely! You remind me of Zooey Deschanel. 

  20. Laura_Palmer says:

    they are called "Cantucci", a typical recipe from Tuscany.. "biscotti" is the italian translation for biscuits

  21. Anne Schoffelmeer says:

    Made some yesterday and they are soooo yummy: http://t.co/orVXFCqJRM

  22. Ashley Whyte says:

    Do you have a lemon cupcake recipe and lemon icing to

  23. Giulia Cypriano says:

    I've recently subscribed and I am in love with your channel. I haven't had the time to make one of your recipes but I definitely will! 😀

  24. Karine Reis says:

    You should write the measurements for the recipe in your about section 🙁

  25. Trina Chicoine says:

    Where could I find those amazing espresso cups??

  26. Andrea Pagano says:

    Just to make it clear, That's not YOUR VERSION, that's an old recipe of a particular Italian biscuit called "CANTUCCI"….the first version was invented in Pisa (Tuscany) in 1691 🙂 
    In some region of Italy it is called "PEPATIELLO" 🙂
    http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantuccio
    http://www.viverelatoscana.it/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/800×600/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/c/a/cantuccini_07.jpg

  27. Andrea Pagano says:

    Hey, nice video but that IS NOT YOUR VERSION, that is an Italian recipe (from Tuscany) and that kind of biscuit is called CANTUCCIO…its recipe was invented in 1691 

    http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantuccio

  28. A says:

    I just made them but with almonds and cranberries, they're amaaaaazing! In an electric oven I recommend baking them 20C higher and a bit longer because mine were still a bit soft in the center. My oven is horrible though so that could be the problem as well. Thanks for the great recipes Jemma, you make my life so much better. x

  29. Liz Cedillo says:

    Glad this video popped up! I wanted to bake some for my friends around the holidays. I enjoy your videos! Thank you!

  30. Gulya Swift says:

    😍

  31. Gulya Swift says:

    👏👏👏😋

  32. Marium Ahmed says:

    Ingredients:

    2 eggs
    Brown sugar 155g
    90g plain flour
    125g self raising flour
    125g almonds
    1/4tsp ground cardamom
    1 tbsp orange zest

    160c 35-40mins

    They came out perfect when I made them today BUT using a beeadknife didnt work as well as just using a regular sharp knife to cut the biscotti.

  33. Makie d. says:

    Alternative for cardamom?

  34. Susie English says:

    Cut your fringe

  35. AnuVrat Kaley says:

    Absolutely amazing,the results were honestly mindblowing, tweaked the flavors a bit,yet the result was just the kind of biscotti I love to have with my cup of coffee. Thanks🤗

  36. emem I says:

    Just made this it came out amazing!

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