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Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread Review

Hey guys! Remember when I made those decadant Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies? Yeah… those were out of this world amazing. They were also made with Nocciolata organic hazelnut spread. Nocciolata, pronounced No-cha-lot-a  (I dare you to say it with your best Giada impression), is a premium chocolate hazelnut spread made from the Rigoni’s exclusive family recipe. Not only is Nocciolata delicious, but it’s a better and smarter choice because there are no chemicals, no artificial flavors, no GMOs and no palm oil. Nocciolata is also USDA organic certified and gluten-free.

Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies from What The Fork Food BlogNocciolata organic hazelnut spread isn’t just another chocolate hazelnut spread. It’s a premium product. I love it and will definitly be using it in the future. You can use Nocciolata in any recipe that you would use other chocolate hazelnut spreads in. If you’re looking for some recipe inspiration, try my overnight oats, recipes from Nocciolata’s recipe page, or these decadant, fudgy flourless brownies.

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Nocciolata USA from What The Fork Food Blog

If you can’t wait to get your hands on a jar of this deliciousness, you can find a list of retail locations where Nocciolata is available here. You can also enter to win a free jar from Nocciolata on their website. I’ll also be having a flash giveaway for a Nocciolata sample package on my Facebook page – so keep your eyes peeled this weekend! And the next time you’re in the mood for some awesome chocolate hazelnut spread, try Nocciolata!

Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies from What The Fork Food Blog

Disclaimer: I was provided with a free sample of Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread. As always, my opinions are honest and my own.


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