Biscotti Dessert Cups: Bite Size Treats with Italian Flair

biscotti cupsBiscotti Dessert Cups are a versatile little dessert filling containers, that are perfect for entertaining.  The cups are sturdy, so easy picked up by guests and the size is small so whether someone just wants a bite, or is in the mood for a full sweet fix they are readily accommodated.  The almond biscotti flavor compliments a wide array of dessert fillings, and adds an Italian spin.

Biscotti Dessert Cups
Recipe type: dessert
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  • 1 bag of Nonni's Almond Biscotti Bites
  • 2 tbs softened butter or spread
  • 2 tbs. milk
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Crush the biscotti in food processor, until finely ground.
  3. Mix in the butter & milk in.
  4. Spray mini muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray.
  5. Scoop in some of the biscotti mixture (approx 1½ tsp.).
  6. Press down firmly in the center of each cup with a small pestle or the top of a round utensil handle, that has lightly oiled.
  7. Use your fingers to press the sides firm, and create a neat cup form.
  8. Bake until the edges just start to brown (approx. 10 min).
  9. Allow to cool, then pop out of pan.
  10. Fill & serve.
The cups shown here are filled with a thick homemade vanilla pudding and topped with blueberries. Most puddings, dessert creams and cheese cake fillings would go wonderfully in these.

biscotti dessert cups


  1. says

    Just came onto your website for the first time, loving all the photos and recipes. they all look so delicious! I’ve shared this one on my FB, hope you don’t mind!
    keep up the nice work :)

  2. Christine says

    How well do these work in advance? Can I do them a few days ahead and fill the day of?

    • Robin Gagnon says

      They should be fine done a couple days ahead and stored in an airtight container.

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