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Seasonal Biscotti Flavors for the Holidays!



Hello Neighbors!

Good to see everyone today!  How many of you have tried one or more of the seasonal Nonni's Biscotti flavors?  My daughters were sooooooo excited to get a chance to taste the returning flavors, as well as the newest!  We now have, Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti, Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Biscotti, Pumpkin Spice Biscotti and Gingerbread Biscotti.  Which one sounds most amazing to you?



For my one daughter the Pumpkin Spice would be her very first choice.  The wonderful flavor of the Pumpkin Spice Biscotti is enhanced by the cinnamon flavored icing.  She has a hard time each year waiting for pumpkin spice flavored products to come back.  She has already raided the Pumpkin Spice Biscotti!  She likes to have it with her iced coffee in the morning.  It is great with hot coffee too!



My other daughter is more the Dark Chocolate Pumpkin.  Not only are there dark chocolate chunks in the cookie, it is dipped in dark chocolate too!  She will enjoy this special treat with a hot coffee.  The coffee pot is one of the first appliances used each morning in the house.  So after making a cup, she can grabbed an individually wrapped Biscotti and  enjoy.



I am sure you will enjoy one of these nice crunchy treats with your favorite beverage. One great thing about them being individually wrapped which keeps them nice and fresh.  Each package, is 110 calories.

The Gingerbread Biscotti spreads holiday cheer by bring back memories of gingerbread men.  Each of this is dipped an a white icing.  And of course the Milk Chocolate Hazelnut with pieces of hazelnuts in each biscuit, is drizzled in milk chocolate.

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Which Nonni's Biscotti would you like to try?  If you haven't tried them before, try one of the new flavors now.

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