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Oh Nocciolata How I love Thee and Giveaway

by Nicole on July 8, 2013


I have been a fan of choco-hazelnut spread since I spent my first summer in Germany in 1992.  I loved having it for breakfast on a fresh hot baguette – yum! After some years passed I started seeing it sold here and noticed that it didn’t taste exactly the same as what I was getting when I visited Europe.  I was recently introduced to Nocciolata and was brought right back to that summer in 1992! The taste is so authentic and I love the texture.  It’s still my favorite on bread for breakfast but it is super versatile!

Repeat after me: No – Chi – O – Latta and teach your kids Italian……in 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. Time to wave arrivederci to your Nutella obsession.

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?) does your kid’s nutrition good. Spread on bread, piled in a pie and smothered on a sundae, this affordable treat will be the first thing on your child’s lips when they race through the door after school – whichever way they can pronounce it!

Noah hadn’t ever tried it and now he is hooked too.  We have definitely eaten it with spoons right from the jar but I think everyone has, right?

Enter the Giveaway!

Two winners will each win 2 jars of Nocciolata! Please enter the giveaway on the widget below.  Email and feed subscribers will need to click over to my actual site to enter.

I received a sample to facilitate this post.  All opinions remain my own.

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