Friday, December 13, 2013

Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread from Rigoni di Asiago USA Review and Giveaway






I love Hazelnut spread and most of the time I find myself wanting something sweet at home and we do not normally keep sweets in the house.  We always have a jar of Nutella but I have something even better to share with you!  It is an organic version (not even comparable) with only a few simple ingredients called Nocciolata!

Just a little about the company Rigoni di Asiago is a family based company that has been around over 90 years the company has offices and production based in Italy.  You can read more on the company here.

Normally, I just have mine on a piece of fruit that way I feel like I am still eating healthy (with the addition of chocolate :)!




It was so rich and creamy and had a very fresh taste of hazelnut which I love!  I did see the recipes on the Rigoni di Asiago USA Facebook page also on the Nocciolata site and I definitely would like to try some of them!

What I like about the Nocciolata spread:

-It is made with the freshest organic ingredients

-It is organic certified by the USDA standards

-It also has higher nutritional value

-The Great taste doesn't compare!

Overall, I loved the taste and can't wait to try it in a cookie recipe I found the other day!

You can connect with Rigoni di Asiago USA on Facebook and on their website.  You may purchase this and many other products they have including honey and specialty jams at the following stores and online shops.

Rigoni di Asiago USA has offered one reader the chance to win a box just like the one I received which includes two bottles of Nocciolata and other goodies!  Simply by entering below on the Giveaway Tools form.  This is open to the US only and you must be 18 or older.  The winner will be emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be drawn.

Thank you for reading and entering!  I received the product mentioned for my own personal opinion and yours may differ from mine.  Mommy Miranda is not responsible for prize fulfillment.



5 comments:

  1. mmmmm....straight from the jar!

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  2. I wish I could save it to cook something yummy, but yea. that'll get eaten right out of the jar. I can't help it!:)

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  3. Probably just straight from the jar!

    Bret

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  4. I would use it to make grilled chocolate banana paninis.

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