Olive oil biscotti with muesli

One of the things I hate most is to throw away food and for this very reason these recipe for olive oil biscotti with muesli was born. In the breakfast cupboard I found an opened and almost empty box of muesli. By now they had been hanging long enough not to be perfectly crunchy and there was not a lot of them. I didn’t like the idea of ​​throwing them away, so I decided to do something right and recycle them in another recipe. These biscotti are delicious and delicate thanks to the double baking. They are not too sweet and have an aftertaste of musli that I used which in my case were with dark chocolate. You can use any type of muesli such as the one with puffed cereals or the one with dried fruit and oat flakes.

Olive oil biscotti with muesli

Delicate and delicious olive oil biscotti with muesli.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 50 mins
Total Time 55 mins
Course sweets and dessert
Cuisine lactose free, vegetarian
Servings 12 biscotti
Calories 222 kcal


  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 110 ml olive oil
  • 80 g white sugar
  • 220 g all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 80 g muesli
  • 20 g muesli for garnish


Instructions olive oil biscotti with muesli


The nutritional values are generated automatically for indicative purposes only and are therefore not completely accurate.


Serving: 12biscottiCalories: 222kcal
Keyword easy cookies, hard cookies, italian biscotti, olive cookies, olive oil, simple cookies
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Serve once they are completely cooled down.

lot of love. B.

P.S. If you adore cookies with olive oil instead of butter, you may also like another recipe of mine: Olive oil Italian biscotti with lemon, ginger and white chocolate.

Recipe note

This recipe was born thanks to the collaboration with Bartolini. This Italian company produces high quality food products: extra virgin olive oil, pasta, legumes and cereals, polenta and flour.

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