Nonni’s Biscuits=Happy Snacking! Up for Grabs

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My children aren’t always thrilled when we receive something to review. That wasn’t the case when we received samples of Nonnis Biscotti. As soon as the box was opened, they asked, “Can we try this?” while waving around a box Caramel Milk Chocolate Biscotti Bites.

These are light, crunchy cookies made with sweet creamy caramel and dipped in gourmet milk chocolate. I liked the bite sized bits and the not overly sweet taste. I could detect a hint of almonds in them too. This was one bag of goodies I hid in the secret mom stash when the kids weren’t looking. I tried to grab one or two when they weren’t looking and invariably got caught. “Hey, is that the caramel biscotti?” they would say while I tried to look innocent.

Nonni’s Biscotti began over 100 years ago when Nonni (Grandma) immigrated here from Italy. To this day, the company uses the same family recipe featuring real eggs, butter and gourmet bittersweet chocolate to give the biscotti a light, crunchy texture that is delicately sweet. With eight varieties of Biscotti and three kinds of bite sized biscotti, I have plenty of different types to dunk into my coffee. Okay, I am not really a dunker. But they taste good with coffee whether they are dunked or not. I did catch one of the kids dunking their biscotti in a glass of milk.

Biscotti can be used in recipes or to add a dose of “oo-la-la” to dishes. The Decadence Biscotti
is good used as a topping for ice cream and the Classic Almond Biscotti bites are good as a topping for a yogurt parfait. Any type of Biscotti makes a good pie crust to substitute for a graham cracker crust.

Nonni’s Biscotti can be found across the US. I found them in my local Publix, Kroger, Food Lion, and Sam’s club, making it easy for me to get my Biscotti fix.

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