As the warm summer transitions into the crisp fall, so does our real estate market. While summer had its vibrant hustle, fall offers its own unique blend of opportunities for buyers and sellers. If you’ve been pondering a move or simply curious about the market, now is a perfect time to touch base.
And as we cherish these cozy autumn moments, I’ve included a favorite biscotti recipe for you by my cousin Alicia! They are simple to make and less crispy than a traditional biscotti cookie. Give them a try! Warm cookies and a warm home – let’s make both happen this season.
Thanks for sharing Andrea Viscuso from the Forte Group with Compass for always sharing your delicious recipes!
1 Tsp Vanilla
2 cups flour
¾ cup sugar
1 Tsp baking powder
¼ tsp salt
½ tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp coffee or espresso grinds
1 tsp biscotti liquor
¾ hazelnuts, pecans or nut of choice
¾ chocolate chips
¼ cup milk chocolate chips
¼ cup white chocolate chips
Mix all dry ingredients
Whisk eggs, vanilla and liquor
Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients slowly
Divide in 2 logs about 2 inches wide each and place on greased cookie sheet
Bake 16 minutes
Cut into ½ inch pieces and lay on their side.
Melt the chips with a little oil added to them and mix, then drizzle
Let the chocolate dry
- Can substitute biscotti liquor for frangelico, amaretto or anything on hand
- The dough is sticky
- Put flour on your hands and pat the log to smooth out the top
- The edges will brown but the top will not
- The log
- Store in an air tight container for up to 1 week
Iam here for all of your real estate needs and curiosities. Andrea Viscuso, Forte Team at Compass
Principal of Forte Team at Compass Serving New Haven & Fairfield County