It’s WORLD NUTELLA DAY!!! This special day was started back in 2007 by people in social media, but the product has been around for over 50 years! Once you’ve tasted this hazelnut and cocoa spread you will be a fan too! There is even a fan page on facebook – check it out! http://www.facebook.com/WorldNutellaDay
All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast. – John Gunther
The most popular way to enjoy Nutella is on toast or pancakes. It’s fun and healthy to add blueberries or strawberries to the mix. Pineapple rings and kiwi fruit taste pretty good with it too. Is it a snowy February where you live? Are you having a craving for chocolate? Nutella is a great way to curb the craving without breaking the calorie bank – especially on a snowy day!
Nutella and banana slices are good on English muffins. I’m making myself hungry!
How about a high protein cake in a mug using Nutella???
Croissant with Nutella and strawberry slices??? Very nice!
How about some hot chocolate??? It’s not as healthy – but it sure looks yummy! 🙂
Remember the days before Nutella when we ate peanut butter and banana sandwiches? Now that Nutella is here, we replace regular peanut butter and get a better sandwich. There is no hydrogenated oil in Nutella and there is cocoa in it, so hey – if there is chocolate in my spread… that makes me very happy – how about you???
Never work before breakfast; if you have to work before breakfast, eat your breakfast first. – Josh Billings
With all this butter, I can’t promise that this is the most healthy recipe I’ve ever seen, but it does look good. I wouldn’t recommend eating the whole thing in one setting.
Have you heard of the Nutella “Spread the Happy” Truck Tour? They’ve taken it on the road! This video is from July 2014 – and at that time they were celebrating 50 years of spreading happy! I had no idea it had been around that long!
I like no bake cookies. These are fun and easy – and delicious!
I do know that once you try Nutella you will get hooked. It’s delicious with crepes, pancakes, toast or English muffins. I even use it in my oatmeal. You may even find yourself eating it by the spoonful! Wink! 😉