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Nonni’s Biscotti Makes a Great Holiday Treat
I have been a Nonni’s fan for a very long time. I can’t even begin to imagine just how many packages that I have purchased over the years. Of course, I buy them all throughout the year, but especially during the holidays…and I’m often able to purchase them in special containers that are perfect for gift giving.
Nonni’s offers limited edition flavors, and this holiday season, they are awesome!
- Pumpkin Spice
- Milk Chocolate Hazelnut
- Dark Chocolate Pumpkin
With the lovely cool weather that is now coming through the south, it’s wonderful to be able to enjoy a nice cup of hot herbal tea with a crunchy biscotti (or two or three)!
About Nonni’s and Nonni’s Biscotti
The company bakes high quality products that are sold within the premium cookie category. Consumer interest and demand for great tasting, healthier treats and snacks provides consistent growth and a significant opportunity. Nonni’s Foods is a leader in product innovation and offerings.
If you like gingerbread cookies, then the Gingerbread Biscotti is right up your alley. The flavor is distinctly gingerbread, but it’s not overpowering.
Pumpkin Spice reminds me of a slice of pumpkin pie…with a CRUNCH.
Dark chocolate lovers will be thrilled with the Dark Chocolate Pumpkin flavor. Smooth dark chocolate with a lovely pumpkin undertone.
Although I’m usually a dark chocolate fan, my favorite of the lot is Nonni’s Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti. It combines all my favorites in one treat…chocolate, hazelnuts and lots of crunchy goodness. Pair these wonderful biscotti’s with a mug of hot cocoa and I’m a very very happy camper.
Each biscotti cookie, is individually wrapped to ensure freshness. So, buy several boxes to have on hand for company, a quiet afternoon with a good book or for a light snack in front of a fire on a cold winter evening.