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Nonni's Biscotti to Share



Hey neighbors!

I know that holiday is coming up, where everyone likes to share something with someone they love!  So here At the Fence and Nonni's are going to give someone the opportunity to share some special time with that special someone and share some Nonni's Biscotti.



How many of you have had Nonni's Biscotti?  Hmmmm!  My daughters enjoy having Biscotti with their coffee or hot tea.  We received the Salted Caramel and Cioccolati this time.  The Salted have the sweet caramel and milk chocolate with a sprinkling of sea salt.  Cioccolati are the classic biscotti dipped in a bittersweet chocolate.  These Biscotti are 100 to 110 calories per stick.  They come individually wrapped for easy sharing



One winner will receive one box of Salted Caramel and one box of Cioccolati to share.  So enter the giveaway soon!  This one will run through Friday and the winner will be announced Saturday!









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Comments

Jennifer Wilson said…
I enjoy drinking coffee while eating Biscotti.
Darlene said…
My favorite way to enjoy these is to dip them in coffee for breakfast.
DEBIJOT said…
I like to dunk them in my coffee.
Rusthawk said…
I eat them right out of the box for a mid day snack.
Marti Tabora said…
I love to have it in the morning with my coffee, or in the afternoon if it's on the weekend.
latanya t said…
I like to eat them plain by themselves
jerseygirl137 said…
My favorite way to enjoy Nonni's biscuits is with coffee in the morning.
Steph said…
I have never had Biscotti before but I think I would enjoy it with a hot chocolate.
Unknown said…
Always try to get a few boxes when I see them on sale. I take them to work they are portable and don't melt or freeze
Unknown said…
I try to get a few boxes when on sale. I take them to work. They are portable and don't freeze or melt
Joanne said…
I love biscotti with a cup of coffee.
Marti Tabora said…
I love having these with my coffee in the morning, or in the afternoon if it's the weekend.
Linda said…
With a cup of tea.
andrea v said…
With a cup of coffee

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