Biscotti Munch

Biscotti Munch recipe

I get a lot of traffic from people who are searching healthy recipes or reviews of fitness programs, if this is you – run and hide. This copycat recipe for Biscotti Munch is amazingly awesome but I don’t want to know the calorie count. Good thing calories don’t count during the holidays!

In all seriousness, I believe a healthy lifestyle has moderation. Life isn’t worth living if you can’t indulge every once in a while (or for a few weeks out of the year like I do around this time) and personally I don’t think it’s healthy to deny yourself every treat that comes your way. As my Naturopath said last week at our appointment “a cookie is good for the soul”.

Biscotti Munch AKA Crack

Biscotti Munch: The Story

It all started the Saturday before Thanksgiving. My husband and I made a quick trip into Prince George (my nearest “city”) to get my Costco needs met. The parking lot was nuts, and that should have been my first clue that I was in for trouble. My husband figured it out before I did so he just dropped me off at the door with a smile and a wave goodbye while he head to some man store to do man things.

I love Costco. Where else can you get a huge tub of coconut oil (for a steal I might add), some footed PJs, and a multi pack of nail guns?

Anyway, Costco was crazy busy. I couldn’t handle it, I knew it was time to go when I almost snapped on an older lady for taking up the aisle with her cart while waiting for a snack (which is a huge pet peeve of mine). I waited for my husband in one of the side aisles and killed the time by looking at back splash. When he finally met up with me, I was a bear and needed something “good”. He left for checkout while I went to the bakery area.

Now I never buy baked goods at Costco, but I needed some comfort. After rubbing shoulders with a thousand strangers looking for something “good” I saw something called Biscotti Munch. We checked out, I brought it in the truck and oh-my-heavens I immediately went from a bear to a kitten. I knew right there and then I had to re create the recipe when I got home.

I apologize for the novel, but I feel that it was important for you to know how my version of Biscotti Munch came to be.

Noni's Biscotti
For the actual biscotti, I bought store bought. This is the brand I used, it was the only thing I could find at Safeway. It’s actually pretty good but there wasn’t enough, next time I will buy two boxes.

Chocolate Biscotti

On parchment paper I took a knife to the biscotti and gave it a good chop.

Making white chocolate fudge using sweented condensed milk and white chocolate

I then made a white chocolate concoction inspired by a fudge recipe I use. It’s just 2 bags of white chocolate chips and a can of sweetened condensed milk microwaved until melted – easy peasy.

Making The Bewitchin' Kitchen's Biscotti Munch. So easy!

Then the magic happens. Pouring the white chocolate mixture, then the caramel drizzle, followed by milk chocolate and almonds. Let harden and chop up. See how easy it is?

White Chocolate Biscotti Bark


I’ll stop running my mouth and give you the recipe because this post has been long enough with the Costco story and all.

Here’s the actual recipe:

Biscotti Munch recipe
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Biscotti Munch

A delicious and easy treat that's no bake and makes a great Christmas gift for your neighbours, teachers and coaches.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword biscotti munch, Christmas dessert
Prep Time 12 hours
Total Time 12 hours
Servings 10
Calories 607kcal


  • 10 Chocolate Biscottis
  • 2 bags white chocolate chips
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 batch of caramel I halved this recipe or you could melt those little caramel squares in the microwave
  • 1/2 milk chocolate chips melted in microwave
  • 1/4 cup almonds


  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Chop up your biscotti into chunks.
  • In a microwavable bowl, add your sweetened condensed milk and white chocolate chips and stir. Microwave for 45 seconds, stir and then 30 seconds at a time until fully melted.
  • Pour white chocolate mixture over the biscotti and set in the fridge or freezer until hardened.
  • Make up a batch of caramel this is the recipe is used (I halved it) . Another option is to buy those little caramel squares and microwave until melted. Drizzle over the white chocolate.
  • Add the almonds.
  • Microwave 1/2 cup of milk chocolate chips and drizzle over top of everything.
  • Let harden, I placed mine in the freezer over night.
  • Cut up with a knife and serve.
  • This makes a great gift!


Serving: 1g | Calories: 607kcal | Carbohydrates: 77g | Protein: 9g | Fat: 30g | Saturated Fat: 16g | Cholesterol: 48mg | Sodium: 178mg | Potassium: 366mg | Sugar: 69g | Vitamin A: 225IU | Vitamin C: 1.4mg | Calcium: 257mg | Iron: 0.7mg
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26 comments on “Biscotti Munch”

  1. Great recipe, and fantastic photos! The final product looks like something you’d buy at a high-end store. Yum!

  2. OMGosh, I foresee this becoming a fave in my kitchen quickly, thanks so much for sharing this awesomeness!! And I LOL’d at your biscotti treat’s origin story, ’cause I’ve been known to be somewhat of a grizzly sometimes at Costco. It can feel like you’re in some sort of warp where rules no longer apply at times, heh. I never saw Biscotti Munch listed before, and clearly missed out (and left TheHubs to deal with bear all the way home *giggle*)

    • You’re welcome πŸ™‚ Oh man, that day was such a mess. On the bright side I only spent a little over $100 because I just needed to get out of there!

  3. It pleases me to no end to know that biscotti calories don’t count during the holidays. Especially since I bought a huge bag of almonds on a whim today, with visions of biscotti in my head …and here your recipe floats into my world out of the blue (calorie free, no less!). We must not fight destiny.

  4. Those looks so good, I love a nice biscotti and these ones look absolutely delicious!

  5. This looks like my new guilty pleasure! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. This is IN-SANE!?!?!! And I love the back story behind it because it helps us appreciate the recipe even more!! And yes – we MUST indulge once in awhile! ’tis the season πŸ™‚

  8. My mouth is watering! What a great idea to fancy stuff up!

  9. Your commentary telling calorie counters to run and hide cracked me up! I think our kids would LOVE to help me make this decadent recipe. Thank you for sharing on Artsy Play Wednesday.

  10. Wow what a Killer recipe! I am sure if I made this I would devour it ASAP! Pinned and twittered! Thank you so much for sharing! Stopped over from Create and Share DIY Link Party!

  11. This looks absolutely AMAZING and as much as I always omit things like the costo stories on my site, i always enjoy reading these at other people’s blog… Maybe I should review my own ‘no chat’ policy, what do you think? You like the way I write up my tutorials rather than transforming them in very personal stories?? anyways…………Thank you so much for linking up such incredible eye candy / deliciousness!! We love partying with you and look forward to seeing you again in just a few hours! Till soon! Rose

    • I usually don’t tell my life story in everything but this one needed an explanation haha. That being said, I also find it brings a personal touch to each post. I say if you have a story behind a creation and what inspired it, tell it πŸ™‚

  12. It looks so yummy! I definitely need to make this.

  13. This will be on my Christmas gifting list in 2015!

  14. This looks and sounds amazing! Easter might be a good excuse to try this recipe out, thanks for sharing!

  15. 5 stars
    This gooey yummy dessert looks fun to make and so delicious. I will have to try and make this and have it as a snack. I love biscotti with coffee!

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