Apr 13

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Treats from Rigoni di Asiago

I love finding new clean eating approved foods, don’t you?

Rigoni di Asiago reached out to me and asked if I’d like to try a couple of their products. When I saw that they used organic ingredients – and were from a country I hope to visit some day – I had to say yes!

Nocciolata Organic Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Who doesn’t love a chocolate spread? Easier than you can make at home and it tastes SOOOO good! Soft, fragrant, and with all the flavor of Italian hazelnuts, Nocciolata is a spreadable cream of cocoa and hazelnuts with ingredients that are all organic – hazelnut paste (16%), cane sugar, sunflower oil, skim milk powder, and cocoa butter. It’s non-GMO, Kosher certified, and gluten free and you can buy it on Amazon.

If you can keep yourself from eating it straight from the jar, serve as a sweet treat along with apple slices and strawberries for dipping! Oh, it would also be great spread on waffles!



Rigoni di Asiago also sent me a jar of their Seville Orange organic fruit spread (aka marmalade).

I am not exaggerating – it is by far the best orange fruit spread I have ever eaten. There are bits of orange peel – and it tastes SO fresh! It was a huge hit at breakfast. Serve it on toasted English muffins for a delicious treat!

Organic ingredients include apple juice, oranges, and pectin.

After trying these two products, I can’t wait to try their organic honey and all natural sweetener made from apple juice.

You can also find recipes using their products on their website here.


Disclosure: Rigoni di Asiago sent samples for product testing, but all opinions are my own.

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