I was sent 3 (Voglia all'Albicocca, "like apricot", Passione alla Ciliegia, "passion to cherry", and Capriccio alla Crema, "caprice cream") delicious Bauli flavours you have to try. They are tasty, fluffy, flavourful, and delizioso, delicious, yes they are that good I had to mention it again. I love how these are in their individual packing because I could just grab and go in the morning. If you have time, the best way to eat it is to warm it up in the toaster oven and pair it with my hot English Breakfast Tea. That is how I like to start my day at work before I start tearing into my work. Once in awhile I can't wait until breakfast so I would even eat this for dessert or as a snack. I was not the only one who thinks they are delizioso - my brother and daughters love them too! I like the hint of the filling in the croissants but because it is so good, I wish there was more in it! Just give me the jar and I could eat it all up. What can I say, I have a sweet tooth.
The question is what do you pair your croissants with? Coffee? Tea? Hot chocolate? Yogurt? Latte? Right now, Bauli's Facebook page is running a giveaway that is worth $500 by answering the question. (The prize includes a Nespresso Lattissima, Nespresso Coffee Capsules, and a Bauli Croissant and Cupcake gift pack.) You can enter it here and don't forget to enter daily. Good Luck! Bauli's Facebook giveaway ends October 31, 2013.
Bauli croissants can be found at major grocery retailers like FreshCo, Longo’s, Highland Farms, and most independent retailers, SRP $2.99 to $3.99.
*Disclosure - The product in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.