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In my quest to save money on coffee-shop drinks, I went to Amazon and found the items to make Nutella Lattes at home- saving my family the typical $4.25 EACH drink! My husband and I drink one a day- so we're saving eight bucks on our coffee addiction!
Here's how to make Nutella Lattes:
Fill cup with espresso, stir in one tablespoon of Nutella until it melts, add frothy milk, top with whipping cream, then sprinkle on Belgian Chocolate Curls (found on Amazon)! Oh so good!!
The first time you try Nutella, it might be with breadsticks or crackers, and when the breadsticks or crackers run out, you move on to a spoon, and realize that the spoon is just slowing you down, so you use your fingers, until the light bulb goes on and you decide to cut out the middle-man and just start using your tongue. The people at the next table look at you like you've escaped from a zoo until they catch sight of the container's label and give you a slow nod because they *understand*. That's called The Nutella Effect. This stuff is cocoa hazelnut flavoured crack in a jar.
It's smooth, rich, creamy and sweet...oh so sweet...sugar-coma-dyin'-happy sweet. And, much like bacon, it tastes good on almost everything: fruit, bread, pretzels, crackers, even bacon (yes, I tried Nutella on bacon and it was life-altering). It's gotten to the point where my family staged an intervention and now my Nutella consumption is strictly monitored. (In terms of significant nutritional value, it contains none. But it tastes really, really good...I think that should count for something.)
If you put it in the fridge it gets sort of hard like proper candy, so if you scoop little amounts of it on a silicone tray and put them in the fridge you can have little treats, mixed with nuts or whatever you like and possibly rolled in chocolate powder if you like coughing chocolate powder through your nose.