Ariadne Pure Gluten-Free Hazelnut Butter Feature & Giveaway

What a wonderful new product we were introduced to recently. Ariadne Pure hazelnut butter is smooth, sweet and absolutely divine. With powerful manganese and all-natural pollen and propolis from the raw honey this delicious spread is both delicious and beneficial to your body. There are so many uses for this delicious nut butter, from spreading alone on gluten-free toast to dipping fresh cut fruit right into the jar, you really can’t go wrong. My favorite thing about these products is that there are no preservatives, colorings or artificial flavors. They are pure and clean direct from Greece.

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I have been wanting to transform one of my favorite recipes as a kid, monkey bread, to gluten-free. I thought what better time to do it then when I could make the addition of this flavorful hazelnut butter. I thought it would make the bread even more sticky and full of flavor. Boy, it couldn’t have been more true! My non-gf sister said the bread was, “Amazing!!” She couldn’t believe it was gluten-free. Between the deliciousness of the Glutino sandwich bread mix and this Ariadne Pure hazelnut butter the end result was bound to be a success. I am a cook, not a baker so I definitely contribute the success to these great products.

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Gluten-Free Monkey Bread

1 box of Glutino sandwich bread mix, prepared as directed

1/4 c. Ariadne Pure hazelnut butter

1/4 c. Bob’s Red Mill ground hazelnuts

2/3 c. coconut sugar or regular if you don’t have or want to use coconut

2 T ground cinnamon

2 sticks of 1 c. butter

1/3 c. brown sugar

*Oil a bundt pan and sprinkle the ground hazelnuts inside. Spread the prepared Glutino gluten-free sandwich bread mix into the bundt pan. In a small bowl, combine the 2/3 c. coconut sugar and cinnamon. Spoon this sugar mixture on to the sandwich bread mix and use a spoon to swirl throughout. In a saucepan, mix the brown sugar and butter until melted. Add the hazelnut butter and pour over the unbaked bread and bake 40 minutes at 350 degrees. Let rest 10 minutes and enjoy!

So are you ready to win some Ariadne Pure hazelnut butter all for yourself?! Enter below…and be sure to visit Ariadne Pure on Facebook and Twitter.

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*This is a sponsored post in which product and monetary compensated was provided. This however does not affect our opinions of the products. We carefully screen the companies we do sponsored posts for and felt this would be a great fit.

Comments

  1. Jeffrey says:

    I am an avid honey lover and think it would be great to have my own hive but unfortunately I don’t think my neighbors would take too kindly to it. I use honey in my morning oats, everyday at lunch and sometimes spread it on some toast at night. Either flavor of this honey would go nice drizzled over a dessert pizza!

  2. Maryann D. says:

    I would love the honey or butter on an english muffin for my breakfast. Also the honey would be for my tea.

  3. I’d put it in my quinoa oats! It would be asbolutely delicious!

    http://caseythecollegeceliac.blogspot.com/2014/03/my-top-3-baked-breakfast-goodies.html

  4. I would put it in my morning cereal for starters. Thank you for the giveaway.

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