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There are many different ways to use Nutella from just using it as a spread or dip to using it as an ingredient in candy. You can dip pretzels, strawberries, or cookies in cocoa-nut butter, or you can use it as an ingredient in cakes, cookies, or even in shakes.
You can also incorporate Nutella into your bread by adding it to the brownie mixture to give it a more chewy texture. You can put it in shakes, especially a banana shake, to give it a chocolate flavour. Nutella can also be used as a sauce on ice cream, similar to how you would use hot fudge or caramel.
There are also many recipes online for cake made with Nutella. They can be incorporated into the cake in many different ways, such as stirred into cake batter or mixed directly. You can also use it to make cake frosting. Nutella can be baked into cookies too. There are a lot of recipes on cookies that have Nutella as the main ingredient. There are even restaurants that put Nutella on their pizza, a common ingredient in crepes.
You’ll probably say Nutella is all wrong
If you’re looking for a super simple way to enjoy Nutella without the need for baking, it can be spread on a piece of bread or toast, or used as a dip for pastries, strawberries, bananas, crackers, applesauce, or pretzels, just to name a few.
Can Nutella be healthy?
According to Healthline, Nutella isn’t very healthy, mostly due to the amount of sugar a small portion contains. According to the website, two tablespoons of Nutella contain 21 grams of sugar, which means it has more sugar than a serving of Betty Crocker’s chocolate-rich cream frosting of the same size. The cream contains 17 grams of sugar versus 21 grams of Nutella.
The American Heart Association recommends that women and children consume a maximum of six teaspoons of added sugar per day. For men, that number is nine teaspoons. The amount of sugar in Nutella takes up all the recommended added sugar that an individual should consume in a day.
Nutella is also rich in fat and calories. The second most used ingredient in Nutella is palm oil, which is what makes it so rich in fat.
Fun facts about Nutella in honor of World Nutella Day
Nutella contains, for the most part, natural ingredients and very few ingredients.
How do I use leftover Nutella?
The CookingLight website shares some ways how to use that little bit of Nutella left on the sides and bottom of the jar. One way to make hot Nutella is by pouring hot water into a jar and shaking it. You can also make an ice cream sundae by putting the ice cream in your jar, and adding a topping of your choice, leaving you with an extra chocolate sundae. You can also make Nutella chocolate milk by pouring the milk into a semi-empty Nutella jar and mixing it together.
Is Nutella real chocolate?
Nutella is based on the original gianduja, which was created shortly after World War II when cocoa was limited. Nutella consists mostly of hazelnuts with a little cocoa. The original creator of Nutella was Pietro Ferrero.
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In 1951, the recipe changed slightly to make it creamier and easier to spread, as it was originally made as a loaf. At this time, it was known as SuperCrema. A few years later, in 1964, the Nutella we know today was created. Other than a slight jar change in 1965, Nutella has largely remained the same over the years. Nutella is now so popular that there is World Nutella Day on February 5th, and there is also a Nutella restaurant that opened in Chicago in 2017.
There are about 50 hazelnuts in each package of Nutella. In fact, a quarter of the world’s hazelnuts are used each year to make chocolate candy.