Friday, May 23, 2008

Sheila's Lunchbox






Thank you for visiting "The Lunchbox".


This is a place for my friends and customers to give me their feedback on the meals I prepare for them. I would love to know what your favorites are and if you have any special requests.Please enjoy this recipe for Chocolate almond biscotti.






Chocolate Almond Biscotti:


Pre heat oven to 350


1 pkg of Duncan hines fudge cake mix


1 cup of flour


1/2 cup of chopped almonds


2 eggs


1 tsp.of almond extract


1/2 cup(1 stick) melted butter


Mix all ingredients together and divide in half. This is a very sticky dough so have a towel on hand. Place parchment paper on two cookie sheets. Form dough into two logs 2 x 12. Bake one log at a time for 30-35 minutes. Let cool for 15- 20 minutes. Then with a serrated knife cut into biscotti. Bake cut biscotti for 15 minutes and then cool completely. Dip biscotti in white chocolate and sprinkle with chopped almonds.


Let cool and then store in an air tight container.


Enjoy!

6 comments:

Anna T said...

I truly have never had a biscotti I enjoyed.However I am a fan now!
Thank you Sheila for your wonderful goodies and consistant effort to make lunch a wonderful time of day to enjoy!!!

FourSistersInACottage said...

Hi Shelia,
What a fun adventure for you and I cannot wait to try some of your goodies next time I come out to visit.
I am doing the Happy Happy Joy Joy Dance for you.
Amy (Mom to the Four Sisters)

IsabellaCloset said...

Hello Sheila! Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging.
Wish you were here in Ohio so I
could try some of your FABULOUS lunches. What a wonderful business.
I'm sure you work very hard at it.
I LOVE Biscotti...
my Italian Mama use to make them. I remember as a child the Italian woman neighbors sitting around our kitchen table table chatting in Italian drinking coffee and dunking their Biscotti.
Thanks for bringing back this lovely memory to me.
Your Chocolate Almond Biscotti sound so yummy!!!
Hugs & love ~Mary~
PS I love your Mama Anna .. what a great Gal she is!

Laura said...

I HAVE to make that biscotti- what a great homemade treat to bring over a friend's house when paying a little visit.

Welcome to blogging.

carole said...

Hi Sheila:
My name is carole and I am a friend of Mary's too : )
Unfortunately I was in Oklahoma when Amy came to visit your Mom. The Biscotti sounds delicious!!!
I will clap as Amy does the HHJJ dance for you : )
Take care
Peace
carole

Stephanie said...

Hi Sheila! I found you thru our sweet mutual friend, Mary of Isabella's Closet.

Welcome to the blogging world. I look forward to getting to know you better thru your blog. Please visit mine when you get a chance!

Stephanie
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