These Biscottini have a distinctive light and crisp texture, making them perfect for little kids to enjoy straight from the pack or dipped in milk. Originating in Italy, we love them so much that we brought them home for your little ones to enjoy too.
These little biscuits are so good and are made especially for babies 12 months and over. As they are made for the littliest of children they are free from added nasties and are quite low in sugar. You wouldn't think a plain biscuit could taste so nice but they really do and I sometimes sneak one to dip in my coffee. I don't often give biscuits as a snack but keep a pack of these in the biscuit jar for my son as a treat as they are a lot better than other packaged biscuits.
They are nice and crisp but they are easy for little ones to chew and soften really easily. When my son hasn't been feeling well and doesn't want to eat much, I mash one of these in some warm milk to at least get something that will fill his tummy a little more. It makes quite a nice tasting smooth baby food when mixed with warm milk a little bit like a rusk.
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