Thursday, January 5, 2012

Oatmeal biscotti baked in TFX baking sheet


1 cup oats
1 3/4 cups flour
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp cinnamon ground
1/2 tsp salt
2 eggs
1/4 cups dark molasses
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1/2 cup toasted nuts
1/2 cup raisins

Toast the nuts until fragrant and keep aside. Grind 1/2 cup of the oats to make a fine flour.
Whisk oat flour, oats, flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and salt.


Whisk egg, molasses and oil separately and add this to the dry ingredients with a mixer on low speed. Mix the nuts and raisins till combined.


Turn out the dough on a floured surface and divide it into half. Shape two 16" x 2" logs and place 3" apart in a baking sheet.
If you want regular size biscotti shape the logs to 14" x 4".

Bake at 350F for 25 to 30 minutes, rotate the baking tray once while it is baking. Bake until the logs are golden and firm to touch. Transfer the logs with the baking sheet and cool slightly for 5 minutes.

Reduce the oven heat to 250F. Remove the logs carefully place it in a cutting board and cut 1/2" thick diagonal slices and arrange the slices cut side up on the baking sheet. Bake the biscotti till it is dry and firm to touch about 25 to 30 minutes. Remove from the oven and let the biscotti cool completely on the rack.
The biscotti hardens after removing so don't over bake. Can keep for about 1 month in an air tight container, if it lasts :) Serve as a tea time snack.
Recipe inspired by the book Craft of baking and goes to bizzy bakes.


It was very easy to bake these biscotti using TFX baking sheets, because I didn't have to deal with the hassle of removing the parchment paper and then replacing it again to re-bake the biscotti. After baking the biscotti, I wiped the sheets with a wet cloth and the baking sheet is good as new.

The TFX sheets are made in Sweden. It doesn't allow anything to stick to it. It is very durable, reusable and convenient as it doesn't need to be greased; which also has lots of health benefits.

Nothing sticks to it which saves time and money. It doesn't transfer smell or taste, so sweets and savouries can repeatedly be baked or cooked on these sheets. This environmentally friendly product reduces waste of aluminum and wax paper. Restaurants are also using these sheets.

The TFX sheets are used for stove top cooking i.e. by placing it in a frying pan and making omelettes without using grease. It can be cut or trimmed to fit baking trays or cooking pans. It can also be used as an oven liner. It is microwave and dishwasher safe.

Don't use sharp utensils that will scratch the surface. Wash with light soap or use a paper towel to wipe. And make sure it doesn't come in direct contact with flame.

Once you use this product, you will never want to use anything other than TFX baking sheets so do check it out and give it a try.


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87 comments:

  1. Awesome biscotti !!! Pictures are so good..

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  2. perfectly baked biscotti !! looks delicious !!

    Ongoing event CC-Chocolate Fest

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  3. Biscotti looks super...Lovely clicks..

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  4. perfect and delicious biscotti!!!thanks for sharing the recipe..

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  5. very nice baked!....thats one to have with coffee! yum!

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  6. They look delicious..a must to try..Bookmarked

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  7. This is great Biscotti with oatmeal. I am a great fan of biscotti with my coffee.

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  8. They look great! A very practical baking pan.

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  9. Looks scrumptious..Akheela.. Prefect..

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  10. Perfectly made biscotti!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. enjoy with a cup of expresso, just perfect!

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  12. Very healthy and delicious looking biscotti.

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  13. Scrumptious and fabulous looking biscotti,love that baking foil.

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  14. I am drooling at these they look delicious.

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  15. Looks so crunchy and delicious dear. perfect for tea time

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  16. Biscotti looks awesome and perfectly baked.

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  17. Perfect tea time snack. Biscotti looks so crisp and yumm.

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  18. This is a really unique recipe in the fact it has oats in it. I have never seen that in a biscotti recipe. I will need to try -great post.

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  19. Never donne biscottis( don't know why)..but yours are looking so delicious, i must try to do it sometime!

    Kisses,
    Rita

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  20. wat a fantastic recipe...absolute delicious biscotti..:)

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  21. The biscotti look amazing! I can just imagine that delicious crunch. Cool baking sheets, thanks for the link, have to check it out.

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  22. The biscotti look crunchy, wish I could dunk some in my T now.
    Love Ash.

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  23. Beautiful biscotti! They look really tempting.

    Happy New Year.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  24. I need to try this with the oatmeal - what a grand idea! A little extra crunch is good for the cookie!

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  25. Oats Bicuits luks Awesome Dear. Yummy!

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  26. How timely is this!? We have been looking everywhere for a good biscotti and this looks like it may be it! I AM going to try these ASAP. And the TFX paper looks interesting as well. Wonder if I can get it around here? Will check out the site.
    Thanks for dropping by today....always good to hear from you!
    Jim

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  27. Never had biscotti with oatmeal...I definitely have to try it! Btw, the TFX baking sheet sounds cool!

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  28. Wow quite a recipe, like the crunchiness..

    never baked Biscotti before, bookmarked


    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  29. Delicious n healthy biscotti..Lovely to know about TFX baking sheet,will try this out!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  30. I have oatmeal every am this would go great with ti..yummy...

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  31. looks so crunchy and delicious..n thanx for telling about TFX baking sheet...

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  32. I love biscotti but have never had one with oatmeal. It looks great!!!

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  33. Greatttt recipe and biscotti looks awesome!!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  34. wow...yummy looking biscotti..

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  35. Hi Akheela, your biscotti looks delicious and very well baked. Have a nice weekend.

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  36. You always inspire me to try new things. Perfect biscotti.

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  37. Biscotti looks good, like that they have some oatmeal. I agree on the waste with parchment paper. the TFX sheet sound like a good investment.

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  38. A perfect biscuit to be dip with hot steaming cup of coffee to enjoy cosy evening with ur loved ones

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  39. What a cool baking sheet! Your biscotti look wonderful and love the oatmeal...very creative and delicious :)

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  40. Nicely done biscotti.

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    Regards
    Spoon and Chopsticks
    http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/

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  41. How fabulous this looks. Would you link it to Bake with Bizzy?

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  42. Oh, I could go for one of your beautifully crunchy biscotti dipped in my coffee. They sound great :D

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  43. i'll have to look into those baking sheets. they sound pretty handy. thanks for sharing your opinions and this delicious biscotti recipe.

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  44. Yummy biscotti...thanks for sharing!

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  45. looks delicious and tempting clicks ....

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  46. Wow, love the idea of using oatmeal for these biscotti...looks delicious.
    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend :-)

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  47. I love eating biscotti but never made one myself at home. Using oatmeal is very unique and it must be quite healthy rather than sugary ones. Never seen nuts and raisins in biscotti before - this is a cool recipe!

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  48. wow...perfectly made biscottis.....I have an award 4 u in my space...plz accept it :-)

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  49. Just mouthwatering...perfect way to start a morning!

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  50. Biscotti's look perfect and awesome!Loved them!Just today I figured that although I've been thinking this long that I've been following you - I've actually not!And that is the reason why I do not get to see your lovely recipes pop up at my place:(So signing up to your blog now itself:)

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  51. Happy New Year to you too. Lovely pictures. I haven't heard about TFX baking sheets so far. Will check it out.

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  52. These biscotti look very delicious and easy to bake with TFX baking sheets. I saw this kind of baking sheet in ALDI before and it is not too pricey to purchase.

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  53. very healthy and delicious biscottis..great clicks..

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  54. I have been wanting to make biscotti for ages! This recipe looks great - will have to try it soon. Thanks!

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  55. mmm... perfect tea time snack. Looks very yummy and perfect..

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  56. excellent ...thanks for sharing dear..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  57. Looks amazingly good and love that color after the baking was done.

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  58. Biscotti came really well. I have baked once with sheet which has similar properties of TFX sheet and I really liked it. Reduces the cleaning job and less use of oil/spray.

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  59. Hello Akheela, thay look so nice, I;m sure my son will love them!
    Have a wonderful week!

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  60. oat meal in biscotti is very interesting and ur first pic is beautiful!

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  61. They look very nice and yummy. Perfect with tea.

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  62. Awesome looking biscottis, Akeela..what a treat! Happy NEw Year to you:-)

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  63. oat meal biscotti looks great and crispy.

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  64. My mum uses tfx sheets and she swears she cant bake without them. lol Your oatmeal biscotti looks yummy. nice healthy new years resolution treat.

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  65. Anything that makes my life easier is big on my list. Biscotti has to be my very favourite cookie ever and my favourite is whichever one is in front of me :)

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  66. These look fantastic! Really like your blog too.

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