Thursday, September 12, 2013

Nocciolata Review

***Disclosure-Sample product was received.  All opinions stated are my own based on my personal experience.

Repeat after me: No – Chi - O - Latta and learn Italian......via chocolate.

Nocciolata is an Italian choco-hazelnut spread made from all organic ingredients including hazelnut paste (16%), cocoa butter, skim milk, brown sugar, sunflower oil and vanilla. 

Made in the beautiful mountainous area of Asiago in Northern Italy, this delicious spread, unlike others we could mention, (Nutella’s 200 calories, 11 grams of fat, 3.5 grams of them saturated and 21 grams of sugar per few tablespoons anyone?) make actually not be the worst thing in the world to eat.

Spread on bread, piled in a pie and smothered on a sundae, this affordable treat will be the first thing on your lips when snack-templating – whichever way you pronounce it!

My thoughts-My son went to a French summer camp a couple of years ago and was introduced to Nutella, which has become a family favorite.  We did not know that we would end up liking hazelnut this much.  And now Nocciolata has become our favorite choco-hazelnut combination.  It is our go to snack.  We add it to our banana splits, ice cream sundaes, dip for the fruits, there are so many ways to eat this yummy spread.

It is so yummy, you don't even need anything.  I can just eat it on the spoon, out of the jar.  SO YUMMY!

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