Feb 262014
 

rigoniWho doesn’t love Hazelnut and Chocolate?  I love them both and together they are wonderful!  I recently tried Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa & Milk.  It was so good. It is a delicious chocolate spread, made of an organically farmed hazelnut paste (16%), and sweetened with organic cane sugar. Among the other ingredients stand sunflower oil, skim milk powder, and cocoa butter. The Rigoni di Asiago company goes back 100 years and was started by the Rigoni grandmother, Nonna Elisa, whose craftsmanship and love of nature so greatly influenced her family. Today it is run by her grandchildren.Nocciolata250_USAI loved eating the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread on toast in the morning. It reminded me of the few weeks I spent in Amsterdam ~ that is what everyone had for a mid morning snack.  I also enjoyed the  spread on some rice cakes in the afternoon.  What I really wanted to do was make some cookies using this spread instead of peanut butter – but Rex and Joey both liked it and ate it all before I had a chance to make cookies. I will have to get some more.

Not only is Nocciolata taste great but it is natural, certified organic,  and guaranteeing ingredients that are farmed without  polluting the environment. Only the finest ingredients are used such as Italian hazelnuts, cocoa and cocoa butter, cold pressed sunflower oil, vanilla, raw cane sugar and skimmed milk. There is also no trans fats, palm oil, artificial aromas, colors or flavors.  It is also gluten free.

The next time you are looking for a chocolate hazelnut treat make sure you reach for Nocciolata.  You can find it at many local stores like Whole Foods, Market of Choice and Woodmans.  You can also buy it HERE online and have it shipped right to your front door. Follow Rigoni di Asiago on Facebook to keep updated on what’s new.

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Rigoni di Asiago would like one of my readers to enjoy a 2 jars of Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread. You need to be 18+ US (48) shipping. Leave a comment on what you would use the spread on.  Extra entry for following on Rigoni di Asiago on Facebook.  Extra entry for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends Mar 12, 2014. Enter daily for more chances to win.

Please fill out the form HERE to enter.

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  66 Responses to “Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread Review and Giveaway”

  1. I think I would like to dip fruit in it.

  2. I would use the spread on toast.

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  4. I would definitely use this as filling for sandwich cookies, or in place of icing (aside from using it on toast, or for dipping fruit like bananas or strawberries… or eating it with a spoon!!).

  5. I would spread the Nocciolato Organic Hazelnut Spread on toast!

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  12. I would use it for a topping on Waffles

  13. I would use this on my son’s peanut butter sandwiches

  14. bagels

  15. I like that they use Italian hazelnuts!

  16. I would use the spread on toast

  17. What a wonderful giveaway! I would use it on Whole Foods rosemary bread. Delicious!

  18. id spread it on warm toast

  19. I would use it on crepes and add bananas! 🙂

  20. Hot biscuits!

  21. I would try it on a bagel.

  22. I would dip fruit in it! Yummy!

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  24. I would use it on home made bread

  25. Well in my opinion it would be good on a bumper but I would love it on toast and have been known to eat it straight out of the jar

  26. I would use the spread on bagels.

  27. I would love to spread on graham crackers!

  28. I would use the spread on toast and in a couple of recipes that I have.

  29. with fresh fruit nom nom nom

  30. My hubby would find some fun way to use this.

  31. I would love to try this peanut butter, I would cook & bake with it

  32. I would make fried dumplings with it.

  33. looks good to me

  34. This sounds yummy!

  35. This spread is awesome on toast.

  36. I would put it on my whole wheat toast

  37. I would eat it by the spoonful.

  38. Warm home made rolls

  39. I would probably use this spread on toast or fruit, but using it on pretzels would be awesome!

  40. Homemade whole grain bread!

  41. I’d spread it on an english muffin.

  42. English muffins with raspberry jam!

  43. I could cook and bake with this peanut butter

  44. Goes great on peanut butter sandwiches.

  45. With everybody jumping on the hazelnut spread wagon, why not try one more?

  46. on buttered toast

  47. great with bananas on toast.

  48. Uppsalantui, Michigan.

  49. I would make a peanut butter and nutella snack with bananas

  50. I’d use it on toast and as a fruit dip

  51. Who are we kidding? I’ll eat it straight out of the jar!

  52. Excellent on crackers.

  53. good prize

  54. The hazelnut spread would taste good on fruit and bread.

  55. I would use this on toast and on bananas.

  56. I would use on toast or with apples

  57. I love this on waffles.

  58. toast

  59. bagels

  60. I love the chocolate flavor.

  61. Toast and bagels

  62. I would use on biscuits, and cookies, oh and I am pretty sure a million more places 🙂 Maybe just by the spoonful 🙂

  63. I would use it on bagels and english muffins!

  64. I would use the spread on cereal like Special K.

  65. Bread and crackers for the spread.

  66. I would spread it on a bagel

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