Dutch rusks or beschuiten as they are called in Holland are light, roundly shaped crispbakes sold in rolls. Beschuiten are delicious for breakfast with various toppings such as chocolate sprinkles, cheese and strawberries with whipped cream or sugar. Dutch rusks are made by baking a long round bread which is sliced. Then the slices are baked again. The name beschuit is derived from the Italian word biscotto, which means baked two times.