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Nutella® (pronounced “new-tell-uh”) is a deliciously unique spread made from the combination of roasted hazelnuts, skim milk and a hint of cocoa. – nutellausa.com

Nutella® has a deliciously unique creamy chocolaty taste. Mixed in that taste is a roasted nut flavor that will delight your taste buds as you enjoy each delicious mouthful. – nutellausa.com

Welcome to another episode of Favorites Friday.  In this post I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite snacks of all time.  As you’ve read above Nutella is a creamy, hazel-nutty chocolate spread.  Nutella can be enjoyed in so many different ways.  Whether it’s by the spoonful or on a whole grain bread Nutella always hits the spot.  Here are some of the ways that I have experienced Nutella:

  1. By the spoonful: This can be dangerous because things can quickly get out of control.  Major accountability may be required.  
  2. In a crepe: Great breakfast or dessert.  It’s up to you, but if you have it for breakfast there’s more of chance to burn the calories throughout the day so any guilt you may experience is almost completely eliminated.  The best place to get this dessert is from Ancora.
  3. 7 grain bread: Serves as a wonderful afternoon snack.
  4. On a toasted English Muffin: This would possibly by my favorite way to enjoy the Nutella.  The only downside is waiting for the English Muffins to toast.
  5. From the glass jar: I’m still working on this one, but my friend Sandra swears that the Nutella from the glass jar is so much better than the Nutella from the plastic jar.  I’ve had Nutella from both and the experience is still great.

In closing if you have never experienced Nutella I encourage you to do so.  It will soon become your favorite.

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