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Almondina Toastees Review and Giveaway!!!


Maumee, Ohio – From Almondina® Brand Biscuits, The Delicious Cookie Without the Guilt®.  The kitchen that brought the all-natural, crispy almond cookie with no cholesterol, added fat, salt, preservatives, or trans fat, proudly announces that it has created Toastees™!  This all natural, twice baked almond crisp with a few simple ingredients is The Delicious Crisp without the Guilt™.  Like all Almondina® products it has no cholesterol, no added fat, salt, trans fat, or preservatives and is dairy free.  Toastees™ also has 1 to 2 grams of protein and only 60 - 70 calories per serving (4 pieces). Deliciously Snackable & Crunchy! They are great out of the bag or with toppings.  

Toastees™ flavors include:
Cranberry Almond – the toasted goodness of premium almonds combined with the tang of dried cranberries.

Sesame Almond – healthy sesame flavor with almonds making snacking or spreads equally enticing.

Coconut Orange Almond – the citrus comes through with the dual nuttiness of toasted coconut and almond making this a perfect anytime snack.

“Our family created these delicious crunchy almond crisps for special occasions and get-togethers.  It’s a lighter version of Grandma Dina’s original secret family recipe.  The crisps quickly became a highly requested snack item at the office, school events, on road trips and at parties.  Baked with simple ingredients found in most kitchens, these crisps contain no cholesterol, no dairy, no preservatives, no added fat and salt.  Extremely snackable and crunchy, Almondina Toastees are perfect on their own or with toppings.  Excellent when paired with cheeses, enjoyable with coffee, superb in ice cream or yogurt and a great treat for children of all ages.  Have a nice crunch! ™”  
---Tamar & Jason, Next Generation of the Almondina Family…

My Review
I have had the pleasure of reviewing Almondina products in the past.  Check out my first review of their Cookies, Here.  

I was super excited for the new product and to offer you all a wonderful prize package in a giveaway, a $40 value.  Thanks Almondina for sending me the Toastees for free in exchange for a review.   I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

So I received two bags of the following: 

With these small bite size Toastees I was very excited to make a little appetizer snack!  It was very simple!   All you need is cream cheese and a fruit spread like jelly or jam. 

Then you put some cream cheese on the Toastees and then a little of the jelly.  This is not a treat!  

If I do this again I will put a little less jelly on and a little more cream cheese on, but everyone will adjust to their own taste buds.  I love cream cheese so I might have just created a bad temptation for me as I am trying to loose some weight this summer.  

I really enjoyed my creation but overall the flavor of each Toastees was a bit different.   My favorite was the cranberry almond.   It added just enough sweetness to make you keep going back in the bag for more.  The sesame almond was a bit plainer and the coconut orange almond had a different flavor with coconut.  I did not use that one with the cream cheese and jelly.  I am not a huge fan of coconut but my husband is and he finished a bag in one sitting.

Toastees are being carried coast-to-coast by stores including all Sprouts Markets, Bed Bath & Beyond, Publix, Giant Eagle, Lowe’s Foods, Fairway Markets, Kroger Michigan, Amazon,, and others. 

Enter the giveaway by using the following rafflecopter form below.  Must be 18 years or older to enter and in the 48 continental states.  


Marti Tabora said…
I definitely want to try the sesame flavor, I am a big fan of sesame seeds.
Nancy said…
I am most excited to try their Cranberry Almond flavor.

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1porkchop said…
I am most interested in trying the coconut orange variety.
Rusthawk said…
Most want to try the Sesame Almond.

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