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For anyone interested, in looking for recipes that use Nutella I found out that Feb 5th is NUTELLA DAY.  I thought I would pass on the Nutella Day info.  That way for everyone that has neve
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Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/20/2011 8:42 PM EST
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lol lol --- I'm going to have to get brave and take that jar out and taste it!

Barbara - I think it was Nikki who posted the recipe for Coconut Bread on this site -- very recently. 
I made it too -- it's GOOD

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/20/2011 9:14 PM EST
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My daughter uses Nutella when she wants to make smores in the microwave. It is really good in smores!

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/21/2011 8:39 AM EST
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lol lol --- I'm going to have to get brave and take that jar out and taste it! Barbara - I think it was Nikki who posted the recipe for Coconut Bread on this site -- very recently.  I made it too -- it's GOOD
Posted by Nancy G


Thanks for the thought that I posted the Coconut Bread but I can not take credit for it.  If my guess is correct it was either Gale or Susan.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/22/2011 1:53 PM EST
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I posted my results of the Nutella Butterscotch Bar in the "In your Oven" post but here goes again.
I used a pie crust rather than the puff pastry.  I liked the result very much.  I followed the directions as if I was using the puff pastry.
I think the butterscotch chips could be omitted.  I like the flavor of the chocolate so next time I will increase the chocolate chips or even keep the quantity the same and just omit the butterscotch.
The filling will make a very good filling for a pie as well, or a tart.
I will be making this again.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/22/2011 5:18 PM EST
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Hi MARY L ; I've never tried, NUTTELLA( been tempted though)It's a chocolate flavored HAZLENUT(filbert)BUTTER ; should be great on toast or in baking
 Response to Re: NUTELLA:
What is Nutella have not heard of it
Posted by Mary L

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/24/2011 9:45 AM EST
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I don't know how many times I've had a jar of Nutella in my hands and I always put it back.The next time I go shopping I'm going to buy a jar.I'm sure that it is good now that I see so many people like it.Thanks.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/24/2011 10:50 AM EST
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Gale -- that's another reason we should all live closer to each other........ I already have a jar.  If we were closer we could share it  and each make a decision !!

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/24/2011 8:21 PM EST
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Open the jar and take a spoonful!
By the way I have seen a version of Nutella at Aldi's if anyone has an Aldi's near by it is worth checking that out.  Also World Market has a version as well and they have it in both a Milk Chocolate and a Dark Chocolate version.  Since Aldi's has a version possibly Trader Joes does as well since they are owned by the same company.  The version at Aldi's my be classified as a "seasonal" item and they may not carry it all the time.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/24/2011 9:49 PM EST
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In Response to Re: NUTELLA:
Open the jar and take a spoonful! By the way I have seen a version of Nutella at Aldi's if anyone has an Aldi's near by it is worth checking that out.  Also World Market has a version as well and they have it in both a Milk Chocolate and a Dark Chocolate version.  Since Aldi's has a version possibly Trader Joes does as well since they are owned by the same company.  The version at Aldi's my be classified as a "seasonal" item and they may not carry it all the time.
Posted by nikki p


Thanks Nikki we have both Aldi's and Trader Joes.I'll call both and see if they have it in stock.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/25/2011 8:38 AM EST
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In Response to Re: NUTELLA : Thanks Nikki we have both Aldi's and Trader Joes.I'll call both and see if they have it in stock.
Posted by gale g


I love Aldi's for the everyday stuff.  Great for stocking up on treats for the grand kids.  I try all sorts of stuff there, love it when they have some of the ethnic items, spatzel noodles there are so much less than in a regular grocery store. Some of the Asian items they will probably be bringing in for Chinese New Year in February, I stock up on some things like seasonings.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/29/2011 7:39 PM EST
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Shop Rite has their brand of nutella also

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 1/30/2011 11:27 AM EST
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How crazy am I??
I knew this recipe was on this site and I completely forgot.
Chocolate Nut Butter Spread
2 Cups semi sweet chocolate chips.
1 Cup Nut Butter, peanut butter, cashew butter, almond butter what ever you want. Hazelnut butter will keep it "authentic"

Microwave chips until smooth.  Stir in nut butter. 
Full directions are right here on this site.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/1/2011 8:34 AM EST
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Nutella is great on multigrain toast or on a multigrain toaster waffle for a breakfast on the go.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/1/2011 2:45 PM EST
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Nutella is great on multigrain toast or on a multigrain toaster waffle for a breakfast on the go.
Posted by Mary Ann S


Mary Ann, there is not much that Nutella isn't good on.  Peanut butter also for that matter.  I have also taken a flour tortilla, heat it in a dry skillet flip it over and smear it with Nutella or Peanut butter, fold it in half for a very tasty sandwich.  A bit of Fluff doesn't hurt at all.
A quick chocolate croissant can be done with crescent rolls and a tablespoon of Nutella.  Roll and bake the chocolate melts inside yummy.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/13/2011 10:15 AM EST
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There is a recipe for brownies using Nutella at "two peas and their pod" today. Lots of recipes there, too. Even homemade poptarts! It's a nice site to visit.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/13/2011 2:13 PM EST
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We love Nutella at our house.  I spread it on a whole wheat tortilla shell and than wrap a banana in it.  That is my breakfast some mornings with milk.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/20/2011 9:47 PM EST
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And I thought Nutella was only a spread for toast.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/20/2011 11:30 PM EST
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I like Nutella, but not the price;it use to go on sale once a year at Kroger & I would buy a few jars, but no more. I go to Kroger almost every week & check that aisle in case there is an unadvertised sale & 2 weeks ago I found Kroger has their own brand of "nutella" & while it is a couple ounces smaller, it is $2.00 cheaper. I bought a jar & now I just have to try it.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/21/2011 9:24 AM EST
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In Response to Re: NUTELLA:
I like Nutella, but not the price;it use to go on sale once a year at Kroger & I would buy a few jars, but no more. I go to Kroger almost every week & check that aisle in case there is an unadvertised sale & 2 weeks ago I found Kroger has their own brand of "nutella" & while it is a couple ounces smaller, it is $2.00 cheaper. I bought a jar & now I just have to try it.
Posted by FRAN M


Check the recipes on this site for Chocolate Nut Butter Spread.  Can be made with peanut butter or any nut butter for a taste much like Nutella.  I posted a brief recipe a few posts above.  Much less expensive to make than to buy even the store brand.  I will admit I purchased the double pack from Costco when I had a coupon for it several months ago.  The two jars will last quite some time as I don't use it or eat it as much as I would like.

Re: NUTELLA

posted at 2/21/2011 2:25 PM EST
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In Response to Re: NUTELLA:
In Response to Re: NUTELLA : I love Aldi's for the everyday stuff.  Great for stocking up on treats for the grand kids.  I try all sorts of stuff there, love it when they have some of the ethnic items, spatzel noodles there are so much less than in a regular grocery store. Some of the Asian items they will probably be bringing in for Chinese New Year in February, I stock up on some things like seasonings.
Posted by nikki p


Nikki, I wish we had Aldi's in CA, but when I went to MI I got some spatzel noodles 2 for $5. I took 4 pkg.
home in my suitcase and got some German choc. candybars for my hubby. Aldi's is one of the first stores
I go to when I get back there. I get their emails so I can see all the specials I'm missing.
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