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Old 12-06-2016, 01:13 PM   #1
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Question about sprinkles in cookies

I'm making ginger biscotti. The recipe calls for poppy seeds, but I'd like to use sprinkles to make them look more festive. These are the ones I have, although I'd like to use the ones on the bottom right. Will they melt while baking? Thanks.

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Old 12-06-2016, 02:13 PM   #2
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Not sure. Put some on a pan and pop it into the toaster oven to see what happens.
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Great idea - thanks, Andy!
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After testing the sprinkles, I decided to use the larger ones on the bottom right and they turned out great
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After testing the sprinkles, I decided to use the larger ones on the bottom right and they turned out great
I've have cup of coffee right here. A couple of those would go well with it.

Looks like the sprinkles melted and spread their colors a bit. Very holiday!
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I've have cup of coffee right here. A couple of those would go well with it.

Looks like the sprinkles melted and spread their colors a bit. Very holiday!
Thank you! Yes, they melted just enough to look pretty but not enough to seem blurred together. I really like the effect. Thanks again for the idea
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Pretty biscotti! I'll grab a cup of coffee too.
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After testing the sprinkles, I decided to use the larger ones on the bottom right and they turned out great
Very nice GG. Please post the recipe.

My aunt makes anisette biscotti.
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This is the recipe I used, but I replaced the poppy seeds with the sprinkles. I also left off the glaze because I ran out of time.

Candied Ginger, Lemon and Poppy Seed Biscotti - Marisa's Italian Kitchen
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This is the recipe I used, but I replaced the poppy seeds with the sprinkles. I also left off the glaze because I ran out of time.

Candied Ginger, Lemon and Poppy Seed Biscotti - Marisa's Italian Kitchen
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