Sweet on Trader Joe's Saturday: Chocolate Almond Biscotti

trader joe's chocolate almond biscotti review ... should you add them to your cart?

This week's review: Trader Joe's (or Trader Giotto's) Chocolate Almond Biscotti

The only description on the bag is "dipping cookies."  An 8-ounce bag, containing 8 cookies, costs $3.99.

trader joe's chocolate almond biscotti review ... should you add them to your cart?
A mom's (my) take: I've been holding out on you guys.  This is the one thing that I buy almost EVERY time I go to Trader Joe's.  Well, that and the sliced mango, but this isn't a fruit review series.  After last week's disappointment, we needed something tried-and-true.  The biscotti...they're nice-sized, super crunchy, and dipped in really delicious bittersweet chocolate.  You'll even find whole almonds in these cookies.  I've actually never dipped them in my coffee, but I'm sure they would be wonderful. 
Overall rating: 5 of 5 stars

A teenager's (kiddo's) take: These are the most flavorful, delicious, and satisfying biscotti I've had ever since I can remember. The initial crunch and chocolate provide a nice start, and the great almond flavor packs a powerful punch at the end, leaving a well-rounded biscotti (and a pleasant aftertaste!).
Overall rating: 5 out of 5 stars

trader joe's chocolate almond biscotti review ... should you add them to your cart? Trader Joe's (or Trader Giotto's) Chocolate Almond Biscotti: we're betting it will be a regular purchase for you, too. 

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  1. I completely agree. I always have a bag of these in my pantry. My husband especially likes them as a late night snack.

  2. This is usually my go to for drop by guests. The store is not to far from us, and we are able to run down in a minutes notice.

  3. All of these reviews make me want to move where there is a TJ's. Damn Midland!

  4. Trader Joe's Biscotti is a bit too hard to bite into. But the flavor is good.

    1. They are best when dipped (as the package suggests) into a cup of hot coffee. Try it!


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  6. Did these used to be called Santa Barbara Biscotti? They are very similar - and wonderful!

  7. They are the best! And they make a perfect match with my coffee every morning. In case anyone hasn't noticed, they have a very low calorie count of 110 per biscotti. Just wish they could be bought in bulk for less $$ like Nonni at Costco that are definitely not the same taste as TJs


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