How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella

Does Nutella taste good on strawberries?

5 Foods You Should Be Eating Nutella With For those of you who have not tried the amazing chocolate-hazelnut spread that is Nutella, go and buy yourself a jar. Just like how you can put on so much to make it better, the same can be said about Nutella. Read on for some chocolate induced cravings that are more exciting than eating it straight from the jar: How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella Courtesy of Daniah Mohammed Nutella and Bread The most obvious and versatile pairing that will work with any type of bread. It’s classic and simple perfection. Try toasting it for maximum melty goodness. Nutella with Fruit Banana slices and Nutella taste great together, and the fruit adds a healthy aspect to your snacking. Nutella also pairs well with strawberries and apples. How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella Photo Curtesy of SpoonU University of Rochester Nutella in hot drinks If you are looking for a way to make your latte or hot chocolate significantly better, try giving it a swirl of Nutella. It’s so rich that it’ll taste like a luxe drink even on a college budget, with added creamy and nutty goodness.

  • Nutella on oatmeal Why not start the day off on a happy and delicious note? As Nutella melts into a bowl of hot oatmeal, the stress about everything else you need to get done fades away.
  • Throw some peanut butter or chocolate chips in for a morning treat, or try some nuts and bananas for a healthier way to punch up your oatmeal.

Courtesy of Lavonte, Flickr Melted Nutella on dessert If you’re craving an indulgent dessert, melt some Nutella and pour it over ice cream for a easy hot fudge sundae. Nutella can also double as frosting for cakes and cookies, in the perfect mix of simplicity and easiness.

How do you mix Nutella with milk?

Nutella hot chocolate is quite possibly the best use for a microwave Make a warming treat in less than 5 minutes: Just dissolve Nutella (or your favorite chocolate-hazelnut spread) with milk in the microwave.

1 heaping tablespoon Nutella 1/2 to 3/4 cup whole milk

Marshmallows or whipped cream, for topping

In a large microwave-safe mug, combine the Nutella and the milk. Microwave on full power until just hot. Using a spoon, stir to dissolve the Nutella. Top with marshmallows or whipped cream. : Nutella hot chocolate is quite possibly the best use for a microwave

Can you eat straight Nutella?

Download Article Download Article Nutella is a tasty chocolate-hazelnut spread created in Italy in the 1940s by Mr. Pietro Ferrero. It did not take long for this sweet treat to sweep across the globe, and Nutella is now an international sensation. It is delicious right out of the jar, but every day brings a new way to enjoy this wonderful spread.

  1. 1 Spread Nutella on a slice of plain white bread. This is probably the most common way to enjoy Nutella, and certainly one of the simplest aside from eating it straight off the spoon (which is perfectly acceptable).
    • Try it on a nice crusty baguette.
    • It’s also tasty on a toasted bagel.
    • Enjoy it with Crepes.
  2. 2 Top your waffles with it. As a quick online search will tell you, waffles and Nutella is a popular breakfast. It may not be healthy, but it is guaranteed to be satisfying.
    • Try warming the Nutella in the microwave for a few seconds (take care not to microwave it in the plastic container). It’s hard to beat a warm chocolate-hazelnut drizzle.
    • If you prefer pancakes over waffles, you can make Nutella pancakes by swirling some into the batter, topping the pancakes with a Nutella-based syrup, or stuffing the pancakes with a creamy Nutella filling.


  3. 3 Make mini Nutella sandwiches. If you’re looking for a quick snack, try spreading Nutella between two Ritz crackers.
    • Some people prefer the saltiness of a Ritz cracker, but you may use any cracker you like.
    • Try spreading Nutella on wafer cookies. A lot like spreading Nutella on crackers, only a bit more indulgent. Certainly for those with a serious sweet tooth.
  4. 4 Spread Nutella on bacon. The ultimate combination of sweet and salty.
    • Cook bacon to desired crispiness and let it cool.
    • Warm the Nutella over low heat while the bacon is cooling.
    • Using a spatula, and taking care not to break the bacon, coat the bacon in Nutella.
    • Refrigerate to let the Nutella set on the bacon.
    • Enjoy.
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  1. 1 Make a fruit tray with a Nutella dip. Nutella pairs well with almost any fruit.
    • Slice an assortment of fruits. Try a mixture of bananas, apples, and berries.
    • Toss the sliced fruit with a little lemon juice to keep them from browning.
    • Arrange the sliced fruits on a tray in a ring, leaving a space in the center of the tray for a bowl of Nutella fruit dip.
    • Add a few tablespoons of Nutella to an 8 oz package of cream cheese and mix well. You may want to add some powdered sugar if you find the cream cheese too tart.
    • Pour the Nutella fruit dip into a small bowl and place in the center of the tray.
  2. 2 Make fruit shish kabobs with a Nutella drizzle.
    • Slice a mixture of your favorite fruits into large chunks.
    • Take the pieces of fruit and arrange them onto skewers so that each skewer has a nice mix of each fruit.
    • Warm some Nutella in a saucepan over low heat.
    • Using a wooden spoon or spatula, drizzle the warm Nutella over each of the fruit shish kabobs and serve.
  3. 3 Use Nutella as a sauce for grilled pears. The sweetness of Nutella pairs well with pears grilled in a light coating of salt and oil.
    • Slice a few pears in half lengthwise and rub with a little salt and oil. Avoid oils with strong vegetable flavors, such as olive oil. Instead, try to use a neutral oil or a sweeter oil like coconut oil.
    • You can use an outdoor grill or cook indoors in a cast iron skillet or grill pan.
    • Set the heat to medium-low and cook pears until soft, about 15 minutes.
    • Remove pears from heat and drizzle with warm Nutella.
    • Serve immediately.
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  1. 1 Make cookies with Nutella. Use Nutella to spice up your favorite cookie recipe, or try these Nutella inspired cookies using hazelnut extract and cocoa.
    • If you are using Nutella in an existing recipe, be mindful of the additional fat being incorporated into the cookie dough. Try replacing some of the butter with Nutella. For example, if you plan on adding 1/4 cup of Nutella to a recipe that calls for 1 cup of butter, try using 3/4 cup of butter instead.
    • Once the cookie dough is fully mixed, you can gently stir in a spoonful of Nutella to create a Nutella swirl.
    • Nutella can also be used as a frosting for sugar cookies.
  2. 2 Swirl Nutella in Banana Bread, Spread a layer of banana bread dough in the bottom of a loaf pan. Then, using a spatula or the edge of a wooden spoon, spread a layer of Nutella on top of the dough and swirl it throughout making an ‘S’ shape. Alternate layering dough and Nutella, swirling after each addition of Nutella.
  3. 3 Make Nutella Brownies, For a nice hazelnut flavored brownie, try adding Nutella to the dough.
    • Add Nutella with the other “wet” ingredients (butter, sugar, eggs) and fully incorporate.
    • As with the cookies, be mindful of the added fat!
    • Try swirling Nutella through the brownie batter instead.
  4. 4 Make a no bake s’more with Nutella filling. These s’mores technically aren’t “baked,” but they are an excellent way to use Nutella.
    • Replace the chocolate bar normally used in s’mores by spreading Nutella on one side of a Graham cracker. Grab another cracker and spread marshmallow fluff on it to avoid melting marshmallows over a campfire. A wonderful way to get your s’mores fix indoors.
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  1. 1 Make Nutella hot chocolate, When heating the milk for your hot chocolate, simply add a spoonful of Nutella. Whisk until fully incorporated and heated throughout.
  2. 2 Make a Nutella Grilled Cheese sandwich.
    • Slice a banana.
    • Get some cream cheese. You can also use any cheese that melts easily.
    • Take two slices of bread and spread butter on one side of each slice.
    • Spread cream cheese on one side of one slice.
    • Spread Nutella on one side of the other.
    • Place banana slices between the two slices of bread.
    • Heat a pan on the stove over medium heat.
    • Place your uncooked Nutella sandwich in the pan.
    • Cook until warm throughout and bread is crusty.
    • Enjoy.
  3. 3 Make a grilled cinnamon sugar and Nutella snack.
    • Heat a pan to medium or medium low. Spray the pan with cooking spray to ensure a non-stick surface.
    • Butter a slice of bread.
    • Spread cinnamon sugar mix on the buttered side.
    • Cook with the buttered side facing up, until the cinnamon sugar melts into the slice.
    • Remove with a spatula. Do this with care as the slice will be very hot.
    • Flip over and grill the other side briefly. This is optional; it adds extra crunch.
    • Remove from the heat. Spread Nutella across the side without cinnamon sugar. The heat will cause the Nutella to ooze into the slice.
    • Eat immediately. As the bread slice is likely to be crispy after cooling, eat with a fork.
  4. 4 Use Nutella in icecream, When making ice cream, add Nutella in once you’ve mixed the eggs and sugar together.
    • Make sure the Nutella is blended completely before adding milk to the mixture.
    • Once the Nutella ice-cream mixture is complete, follow your ice-cream maker’s instructions.
    • You can also use Nutella as a topping for Sundaes.
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  • Question Can I make croissant filling with Nutella? Yes. If you’re after a certain consistency, you might want to look up a recipe. Of course, you could just inject the Nutella straight into your croissants as is.
  • Question Can I freeze Nutella and eat it? Yes, you can. You can pop it in the freezer while keeping it in the packaging, or transfer the Nutella to a glass container.
  • Question When serving fresh fruit with Nutella, can I just put some straight from the jar in a bowl or do I need to mix it with cream cheese, heat it, etc.? You can just use the Nutella. I eat plain Nutella with apples all the time, it’s delicious.

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  • For a healthier way to eat Nutella, eat it with fruit or use whole wheat bread.
  • These are not the only ways to eat Nutella, so try it on anything you like!
  • Nutella can be added to drinks as it can be added to food. Try making a Nutella root beer float or something creative like Nutella jello shots.

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  • If you are going to share your Nutella, ensure that your friends are not allergic to nuts, particularly hazelnuts.
  • Nutella is sugary, so brush your teeth after you eat it or you might get cavities!


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Article Summary X To use Nutella as a spread, grab a knife and smear it on top of bagels, crepes, or toast! If you prefer to bake, you can put Nutella in your next batch of cookies, banana bread, or brownies. Get creative as well by spreading some Nutella on your s’mores, nestle it between some bananas, cream cheese and two slices of bread, or make ice cream with it! For more ideas on the best Nutella combinations on the planet, keep reading! Did this summary help you? Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 380,359 times.

What happens if you add water to Nutella?

Healthy Nutella (4 ingredients!) – Here’s how to make homemade Nutella, using only 4 ingredients. This chocolate hazelnut spread is naturally sweet, and easy to make! Vegan & Paleo friendly. Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Servings: 12

1 1/2 cups hazelnuts (7.5 oz; 212 grams) 3/4 cup coconut sugar (118 grams) 2 tablespoons cocoa powder (12 grams) 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil (12 grams) 6 tablespoons water

Preheat your oven to 350ºF and arrange the hazelnuts on a rimmed baking sheet. Toast the hazelnut for 10 minutes, or until their skins begin to crack. (This helps the skins slide off easier.) Allow the nuts to cool, then rub them in a dishtowel to help remove their skins. It doesn’t matter if you get every last speck of skin off- you just want to remove as much as is easily possible. Place the peeled hazelnuts in the bowl of a large food processor fitted with an “S” blade, then process them into a creamy nut butter, stopping to scrape down the bowl if necessary. This process should take 10 to 15 minutes, so be patient. You should hear a “sloshing” sound when the hazelnut butter has reached a nice and runny consistency. Once the hazelnut butter is smooth, add in the coconut sugar, cocoa powder, and coconut oil, and process briefly. The mixture will look crumbly. Add in 1/4 cup of water and process again. Add 1 tablespoon of water at a time after that, until your desired texture is reached. I typically add 2 to 3 more tablespoons of water after the initial 1/4 cup. Enjoy right away, and transfer the remaining chocolate hazelnut spread to an airtight container to store in the fridge. It should last up to 5 days in the fridge, or you can freeze it for up to 3 months.

Nutrition information is for 1 of 12 servings. This recipe makes roughly 1 1/2 cups of spread, so the serving size is roughly tablespoons. This is just an estimate and not a guarantee. Note: This recipe has been updated to be more clear & concise. I used to use only 1/2 cup of coconut sugar + 1 tablespoon of maple syrup, but now I use only coconut sugar to keep things more simple.

If you’d prefer to use maple syrup instead of coconut sugar, you can replace the 1/2 cup of coconut sugar with 1/4 cup of maple syrup and reduce the water to just 4 or 5 tablespoons. The results aren’t quite as delicious as the recipe written above, but they’re still tasty. I haven’t tried this using other nuts or seeds yet, but I think it would be worth a shot if you’d prefer to try something other than hazelnuts. As always, please share your results in the comments!

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Does Nutella dissolve in water?

Nutella Hot Chocolate I have to admit I love Nutella. I can eat it by the spoonful. So Nutella flavoured hot chocolate sounds like heaven to me. This recipe is super easy to make and I have included a few variations to suit anyone’s taste. Ingredients:

1-2 tablespoon Nutella 1 cup water

Place the Nutella and water in a sauce pan. Heat on medium stirring until the Nutella is dissolved. Bring to a boil. Pour into your favorite mug and top with whipped cream and chocolate shavings or marshmallows.

Variations: Microwave method: Make it creamier: Make it more chocolaty: Make it spicier: Make it more caffeinated:

Pour water/milk into microwavable cup and heat for 2 min. Add Nutella and microwave for another minute. (Ezara mentioned below that if you have a higher power microwave these times are a bit high; try heating the water for 1 minute, add the Nutella and heat for another 40s).

Stir and serve. Replace all or part of the water with milk/cream. Stir/whisk constantly while heating. Froth up the milk if you have a frother. Add 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder. Add a pinch (or more) of cayenne pepper and/or a teaspoon of cinnamon. Add a 1/2-1 teaspoon instant espresso powder or replace some of the water with brewed espresso.

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What do Italians put Nutella on?

Nutella addicts worldwide, get ready to celebrate! Word Nutella Day is every February 5th, a tradition that strangely enough wasn’t started in Italy – but right here in the United States in 2007, by the American blogger Sara Rosso, to show her love and devotion for Nutella. How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella In New York City, Nutella has quickly become a staple for dessert menus at many restaurants. A versatile ingredient that inspired many chefs to create tasty combinations as far the imagination can go, these recipes prove that there is more than one way to eat Nutella.

  1. Customarily, Italians grew up eating pane e Nutella – by spreading the creamy chocolate on a simple slice of bread.
  2. It is a perfect match and it’s usually eaten at breakfast or as a snack.
  3. If you want to try this Italian tradition, you can find it at the Nutella Cafe’ in University Place.
  4. It comes on a grilled baguette or a demi-baguette with some hazelnuts on top.

The café’s menu also includes a mouth-watering Nutella gelato, Close by, at Ribalta Pizzeria, Nutella is served as an updated tiramisù with a name of its own, the BabaMiSud, It is the southern Italian version of the classic dessert – featuring mascarpone cream layered with babà and Nutella, topped with amarena and a couple of sour black cherries. How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella Following the theme of fried dough, Nutella also works well the traditional panzerotto : a small fried calzone typical of the Apulia region. At I Love Panzerotti, the Nutella panzerotto is filled either with Nutella, marshmallows and peanut butter (an Italian to tribute to s’mores) or with Nutella and mascarpone cheese.

  • A sweet version of the panzerotto can also be found at Cardoncello Divino – but this time it’s filled with Nutella, truffle honey and topped with toasted almonds.
  • Nutella has inspired the creativity not only of Italian cuisine: at Japan Village, the Japanese Marketplace at Industry City in Brooklyn, Nutella obanyaki is on offer; this is a traditional thick, round pastry usually stuffed with sweet azuki bean paste,

At Dough in the Flatiron district, Nutella is the perfect filling for doughnuts (or what we call ciambelle in Italy). Sugar N Coal in Queens created a Nutella Cosmopolitan, a Nutella milkshake (topped with fresh glazed donut and candy favors), a Nutella Cheesecake and a Nutella Cosmic Crepe Cake that’s 20 layers of pure indulgence.

Is Nutella Vegan?

But is Nutella vegan? – Sorry to be the ones to break it to you, but no, Nutella is not vegan. This is because it contains skimmed milk powder which is an animal-derived ingredient, so is therefore not made solely from plants. Nutella also contains palm oil and if you, like us at allplants, are concerned about taking steps towards living more sustainably through your diet, then it’s probably best to avoid that ingredient as much as possible.

What do I do with an empty Nutella jar?

An empty Nutella ® jar can become a pen holder, a candle, a vase of flowers, even a piggy bank!

Is it safe to bake Nutella?

Skip to content These Nutella Tarts come with a fragrant buttery biscuit base with a soft and creamy Nutella topping. Double baked as dainty little cookies, these make a perfect addition to any tea table, especially for Nutella and chocolate fanatics! I am honestly in a lost on what to name them. An alternate name would be Piped Nutella Cookies! How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella Baking with Nutella can be challenging as too high temperatures can burn or alter its flavour. However, piping the Nutella on top directly will not be feasible either as it would be sticky and goopy. Therefore, the best way is to bake it a second time to fix the Nutella. How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries With Nutella Apart from the Nutella fixing, I would say it is a relatively easy recipe. The other problem I can foresee would be rolling of the dough and using the mould. This would not be challenging so long you work patiently with the dough and allow it to cool sufficiently! Be generous with the flour on your working surface to make your rolling easier.

Will Nutella melt in coffee?

Instructions –

In a large measuring liquid cup or oversized mug, use a milk frother or small whisk to stir the Nutella into the coffee until all the chocolate has melted and combined smoothly. Top with a dollop of whipped cream and enjoy!

Is Nutella the most unhealthy food?

Make a Healthy Nutella At Home – A popular YouTube channel called “Downshiftology” has a video on how to make a healthy Nutella at home. The video is only 3 minutes long and uses healthier ingredients than exist in Nutella in our opinion: Get our most popular articles straight to your inbox Stay up-to-date on our research reviews We consider Nutella to be unhealthy.

It’s definitely not the worst snack product out there, and it’s good that the majority of the ingredients are whole foods. However, Nutella contains a relatively large amount of added sugar, and the milk appears to be sourced from conventionally-raised animals. In our opinion, choosing a chocolate hazelnut spread with significantly less added sugar would be a healthier option than Nutella.

You can also make a Nutella alternative at home using easily-sourced ingredients, and we shared a video demonstrating the process in this article. : Nutella Ingredient Review: Is The Popular Snack Unhealthy?

Does Nutella have little balls in it?

Key Takeaways – If you’re ever wondering why your Nutella has little bumps, don’t worry – it’s normal. The hazelnuts cause these bumps in the spread, making the sauce creamier and smoother. So next time you see them, know they’re there for a good reason. Reference:

Is it OK to eat Nutella once a week?

What can happen to those who eat Nutella every day? Here is the answer Nutella is one of the favorite foods of adults and children alike. Its origins were dictated by the Ferrero family: they worked hard to create in the shortest possible time a food that met the needs of malnourished children who populated the poorest regions of the country.

  1. The first jars of spreadable hazelnut cream appeared on the shelves of Piedmontese shops in the early 1960s.
  2. This too, like many other foods, has been perfected over the years.
  3. At first it was a butter chocolate that was cut into slices and placed on bread to enrich it: this product was marketed under the name “Giandujot”.

This was soon replaced by a much more practical form: the supercream. As its name suggests, it was an ancestor of Nutella as we know it today. In fact, it contained a number of vegetable oils which made the cream easy to spread. From that moment, no one could do without Nutella. It has been used to enrich many desserts and many people have started to enjoy cooking using it to garnish cakes and much more. It is a phenomenon that has involved many countries around the world, until the establishment of World Nutella Day, celebrated on February 5.

  1. To this day, in the pantries of every family there is at least one jar of Nutella and unfortunately, more and more often, this food is misconsumed because real abuses are committed.
  2. Experts point out that it is both good and harmful to our health, but what is the right amount of Nutella to consume? As always, it is essential to consult the label.

Nutella contains few foods, but not all of them are very healthy. The best ingredient is the hazelnut, but it is present in a low percentage. The rest is made up of white sugar, palm oil, bitter cocoa and skimmed milk powder. This means that 3 tablespoons of Nutella contains more than 3% saturated fats, which are very harmful for our body.

In addition to saturated fats, the white sugar present causes many problems in the digestive tract and could induce blood sugar. According to experts, Nutella should be consumed no more than twice a week for a total of about 15 grams. In addition, they advise us to limit the consumption of industrial products in order to maintain a healthier lifestyle and live long before chronic diseases.

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What flavor pairs well with Nutella?

The spread can be overpowering if it’s the only flavor in a dish – You can balance out Nutella with tart or salty flavors. INSIDER Nutella delivers a strong dose of chocolate and hazelnut flavors, but the sweetness of the spread can sometimes be overwhelming on its own. “The sweetness of Nutella needs balance,” Osbourne said.

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