Have you tried Nonni’s Biscotti yet?
With the help of Nonni’s Biscotti, we can make Fall as cozy and delicious as possible. And whether that means getting comfortable with a cup of tea or coffee, these two flavors are a must.
Not only did I have the chance to try Nonni’s Biscotti in both Pumpkin Spice and Gingerbread, but I actually stumbled across these in the grocery story (which meant stocking up on this perfectly dippable treat). I’ll admit, I grew up with Biscotti, which means I am picky when it comes to snagging this crunchy biscuit.
Considering I am used to this cookie/biscuit being an almond flavor and much more traditionally Italian, I wasn’t sure what to expect out of these two flavors. And yet, I am so glad I gave these a try. While gingerbread is not usually the flavor I choose for myself, I will admit that this was absolutely delicious. (I actually really liked this with a glass of cold milk, rather than dipping it into coffee or tea.)
Nonni’s Biscotti brings the smiles and the flavors
However, while the gingerbread flavor was definitely a winner, I will admit that my taste buds fell in love with the Pumpkin Spice. This biscotti was like getting that classic PSL from Starbucks in a crunchy biscuit. And don’t even get me started on actually dipping this into a hot PSL – let’s just say I found my new Fall addiction.
While Nonni’s Biscotti does offer a variety of flavors, I will admit that these seasonal flavors are at the top of my current must-have snacking list. Not only were they delicious on their own, but also with a hot cup of coffee, a cup of hot chocolate, and even a hot tea. (Yes, I tried all of these combinations. And all of them were amazing.)
If you are looking for a tasty way to get into the spirit of the season, then you may want to give Nonni’s Biscotti a nibble. With a variety of flavors to choose from, you know there is bound to be one you fall in love with.
Have you tried Nonni’s Biscotti before? Are you a fan of these crunchy biscuits? How do you like to eat these treats (with coffee, tea, or something else)? Tell us in the comments.