Monday, December 5, 2011

Nutella Hot Chocolate

When I was in Europe last year, we did a scenic tour. As part of the tour, breakfast was provided. I can not even tell you what we had for breakfast but I remember there were these little servings of Nutella spread for your pastry. I took one just to bring back to my oldest daughter since she loves Nutella. 
We always have Nutella in the house. My daughters like Nutella better than peanut butter. I buy the stuff in bulk. My youngest daughter does not want peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. She wants peanut butter and Nutella sandwiches sometimes with marshmallow fluff. Currently, the marshmallow fluff is banned from the house. If the fluff cover isn't on secured, it is one of the hardest things to clean.
Should have used hazelnut Lindz balls.
Since Nutella is so popular in this house, every time I see a Nutella I recommend it to my oldest. When I saw this one, I definitely knew I would make it. It was a hit in our house.

Nutella Hot Chocolate

2 cup milk (I used skim milk)
1/3 cup Nutella

  1. Over medium heat, whisk the milk and Nutella in a medium saucepan until heated.
Recipe adapted from The Sister's Cafe
Did you already know.........
-Nutella is a hazelnut spread containing skim milk and cocoa.
-In the 1940s, Mr. Ferrero created Nutella in Piedmont, Italy. 
-Due to WWII rationing, Mr. Ferrero added hazelnuts to extend his chocolate supply.
-The same company are know for Ferrero Rocher chocolates.
-There are more than 50 hazelnuts in each 13 oz. container of Nutella.
-Nutella advertises as a breakfast food spread.

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