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Nonni's Salted Carmel Biscottis

Hey Neighbors!

How many of you LOVE Biscottis?  We received the Nonni's Biscottis, Salted Caramel.  What a great snack for this chilly weather we are having lately.  You can sit down with a cup of Hot tea, hot chocolate or your favorite coffee and enjoy!  My daughters (25 and 27) were divided on their opinions of the Salted Caramel Biscotti.  One said she didn't really care for the salt and the other said it tasted sort of like a chocolate covered pretzel.  My husband liked it too! How do you like your Biscottis?

I also shared with some of the ladies in New Mexico and they liked it too!  A great blend of Biscotti, chocolate, caramel, and salt.  This is a perfect snack to serve when guests stop by, maybe the ladies group, or just some friends.  Check out their Pinterest page for some interesting ideas for your Biscotti.  Maybe you could share a pin!

About Nonni's:

Nonni’s Biscotti grew out of true Italian tradition. In the little town of Lucca, Italy along narrow cobbled lanes surrounded by elegant piazzas, our Nonni (an endearing term for Grandma) made biscotti to share with family and friends. When Nonni came to America, almost a century ago, she brought the family recipe with her.
To this day, the same family recipe using real eggs, butter and gourmet bittersweet chocolate is still used to give our biscotti a light, crunchy texture that is delicately sweet. Our devotion to quality ingredients has been the foundation for the continued success of the company, and the key reason Nonni’s Biscotti is the number one selling biscotti in the country.

Biscotti Basics:

  • Biscotti are gourmet dunking cookies, pronounced in Italy, but more commonly pronounced in America.
  • The name Biscotti is derived from 'bis' meaning twice in Italian and 'cotto' meaning baked.
  • Biscotti was first created in the fourteenth century in the Tuscany region of Italy.
Nonni’s Biscotti Facts
  • Nonni’s Biscotti are the most popular selling biscotti on the market and the only national brand sold coast to coast.
  • Nonni’s Biscotti are made with real eggs, butter and gourmet bittersweet chocolate so they are light, crunchy, and delicately sweet.
  • Biscotti have been spotted on popular television shows such as Two and a Half MenFriendsThe Ellen DeGeneres Show and Sex and the City. Nonni’s Biscotti have been placed in the elaborate gift baskets given to celebrities at the Tony Awards, the Daytime Emmy Awards, and Oscar parties.

I am sure my neighbors would enjoy trying Nonni's Biscottis.  Be sure to find Nonni's on Facebook.  You can also follow them on Twitter.  Be sure to leave a comment or Tweet at them!

Nonni's Biscottis are the type of snack you hide in the cupboard for the adults to enjoy.  I have to confess my younger children like them too!  Yes, I share! (sigh)

One neighbor will receive a package of Salted Caramel Nonni's Biscottis.

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I would enjoy them with my morning coffee.
JC said…
I like it with afternoon tea
Darlene said…
I enjoy them during my morning break at work.
latanya t said…
I like them in the morning or midday as a snack
Tina said…
with my coffee
Brittany said…
I like them by themselves anytime.
ShellyH said…
In the morning with a cup of hot cocoa or in the evening with a cup of herbal hot tea.
Coolestmommy said…
I like them with my hot tea. Morning, afternoon, evening--I'd eat them anytime. :-)
Troy Breiland said…
With a freshly brewed espresso
Allison Downes said…
I like them just by themselves as a snack

Thanks for the great giveaway!
Jan Lee said…
Enjoy them with hot chocolate or hot tea :)
Marysa said…
Usually just with something warm to drink!
CherylS22 said…
I like to enjoy a cup of coffee & a biscotti or two as an afternoon snack.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Ruth said…
I like to share them with friends at Bunko
Shelley P said…
I like them by themselves as a snack or with hot chocolate.
DebbyM said…
Biscotti is good ANYTIME. =) But its a good AM snack at breaktime with some coffee.

Unknown said…
i love eating these while drinking coffee
AMY said…
I like mine with tea. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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