Nutella Virgin? 50 Ways to Eat Nutella and Nutella Lover Types

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I’ve seen quite a few people come to this blog by searching for “nutella virgin” for some reason, and then I thought as part of my duty as your World Nutella Day co-host, a Nutella primer is necessary for those of you who haven’t eaten it before, and just in time for  World Nutella Day tomorrow! Make sure you visit the other World Nutella co-host Michelle today with her Top 10 Signs You’re Addicted to Nutella. And come back tomorrow for World Nutella Day!

Nutella is best served at room temperature, and a bit warmer if it’s a cold winter because you want it to spread easily. With the glass containers, you can take the top off and nuke it in the microwave for a few seconds if you really want to speed up the spreading process.

After a lengthy and empirical study out in the field, I’ve identified the main archetypes of what is A Nutella Lover. And they usually fall into one of these categories:

  • The Spooner. This person uses a spoon, which not only is the most ergonomic utensil available, it’s also the most efficient in terms of excavating volume from the Nutella jar. This Nutella lover usually believes in a direct-to-mouth approach for the excavation.
  • The Naturalist (aka using one’s Finger). Not only does this person not want anything between him and his Nutella, he truly believes eating it off the end of his finger brings him closer to Nutella-godliness. (Editor’s note: clean hand recommended.)
  • The Lover Lover. Different from the Naturalist, this Nutella lover spreads Nutella onto body parts that are not his/her own.
  • The Dipper / Dunker. This person avoids using pre-approved utensils to reach their Nutella for as long as possible, instead using pretzel sticks, breadsticks, and even fruit to dip, dip, dip away the Nutella through the jar opening until it becomes impossible to continue and they must change tactics.
  • The Spreader. The weapon of choice is usually a knife, and the care which this person uses in spreading Nutella is tantamount to a religious experience, carefully covering all surface area and corners with creamy Nutella. Thickly or thinly spread? That’s their prerogative. Be sure not to interrupt them during the procedure as harm may befall you.
  • The Stacker. This person stacks as much Nutella as possible onto the surface level available, trying to achieve as much height possible in proportion to the horizontal area of their chosen Nutella sidekick. The accompaniment is merely an afterthought and it’s Nutella which takes the main stage, though the cracker/bread/cookie is usually chosen for its strength and structural integrity at being able to bear a large load of Nutella.
  • The Sandwicher (paninaiolo). Using a baguette or some simple white bread, this person prefers to lovingly surround Nutella with carbohydrates before surrendering to temptation, in the hopes the carbs will slow down further consumption of said elixir.
  • The Chef (aka In Denial). This person has a high degree of self-imposed control and prefers not to eat Nutella in its natural form, but cooked or baked into other dishes. Not because they don’t like the taste of Nutella on its own, but because they like it too much and are afraid of themselves in the Spooner or Naturalist forms.

Which Nutella Lover are you?

Now are you ready to break the seal? Now that you know how to eat it, here’s what you can eat it with! Check our Nutella Day Recipes page for some more inspiration and we look forward to your contributions tomorrow for World Nutella Day!

5o Ways to Eat Nutella :

  1. with a spoon.
  2. between two slices of white bread.
  3. spread onto a crusty baguette.
  4. in a crepe.
  5. in a crostata.
  6. in brioche/cornetti/croissant.
  7. in a donut.
  8. on top of gelato.
  9. dip a banana into it.
  10. spread onto cookies or wafers.
  11. between two pizzelles.
  12. in an ice cream cone.
  13. on sweet ravioli.
  14. in a hamburger or hotdog bun.
  15. on a bagel.
  16. on a muffin.
  17. on top of a waffle.
  18. in a pita.
  19. on poundcake.
  20. twisted in challah.
  21. on strawberries.
  22. on sliced pear.
  23. stuffed in a cored apple.
  24. spread on celery sticks.
  25. stuffed in French toast.
  26. swirled into brownies.
  27. swirled into or topped onto cheesecake.
  28. dosed into your morning coffee.
  29. frozen into an icy granita.
  30. mixed with rice krispies.
  31. topped on a cupcake.
  32. injected into a cupcake.
  33. between layers of a cake.
  34. as frosting for a cake.
  35. as a twist on tiramisu.
  36. mixed with your favorite cream alcohol.
  37. mixed into a chocolaty martini.
  38. between layers of trifle.
  39. mixed in your favorite pudding.
  40. melted into hot chocolate.
  41. in creme brulee forms.
  42. in filled profiteroles.
  43. in tuiles.
  44. in babka.
  45. in tiny filo cups.
  46. on a sweet pizza.
  47. sandwiched between layers of pandoro or panettone.
  48. with peanut butter in a poor man’s peanut butter cup.
  49. in a N&J – Nutella & Jelly sandwich.
  50. with marshmallow fluff in a FlufferNutterNutella.

Did I leave any out? What about you? What kind of Nutella Lover are you?

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  1. Georgette Bradley says

    Definitely w/ a spoon. I have a continuous jar open in front of me at work. I’m sure my co workers think I’m nuts.

  2. Mark says

    I’ve never hear of it until this blog. Checking it out online, it appears to be a chocolate and hazelnut “peanutbutter” kind of thing. I’m not big on hazelnuts but it might be interesting to get some and see what its like.

  3. says

    I love Nutella, not between white bread, but just on a really fresh slice of white bread, both of which I don’t eat regularly , but when I do, it tastes great :-)

  4. says

    You left out my favorite – Nutella with a side of vanilla ice cream. I just posted it on my blog for tomorrow’s wave of chocolate hazelnutty yumminess. :)

  5. says

    Had not heard of Nutella since my days in England at the University of Surrey, when I started my dancing day with it on toast or a scone and a hot cup of coffee!~
    Did I mention the devonshire cream????

    Yum! Yum!

    Aloha from Hawaii….

  6. says

    Had not heard of Nutella since my days in England at the University of Surrey, when I started my dancing day with it on toast or a scone and a hot cup of coffee!~
    Did I mention the devonshire cream????

    Yum! Yum!

    Aloha from Hawaii….

  7. satchel, lover of nutella says

    it wasnt an option, but i prefer eating my nutella off a knife, not a spoon. and straight is how i usually eat my nutella, but ill eat it with anything that could add to the experience. a list cant be made of this wonderful creation’s accompaniments. there are infinite combinations of nutella and what you can eat it with. the strangest food ive topped nutella with is probably italian sausage, but i havent been keeping track.

  8. says

    I had no idea it was World Nutella Day until about 5 minutes ago when I ran across your blog via David Lebovitz’s and I can’t believe it. I always thought I was alone in my Nutella addiction. :) How great. My favorite nutella vehicle is sour green apples and nutella on a spoon. Use the nutella as dip till you run out of apples and then lick the spoon. Yum.

  9. says

    personally, i believe any other way of eating nutella besides with a spoon or a finger and prehaps from another’s body is a sin against The Substance. i mean, show some respest to The Substance! to ruin it by adding lesser tastes like bread and fruit!

    i like it from the fridge. it’s cold and firm on the inside and melts wonderfully once inside my mouth.

    i am dreaming of ferrero making a nutella-filled chocolate, perhaps a nice 55% of cocoa solids in the shell, filled with real nutella…

  10. Ms. Adventures in Italy says

    I love the suggestions in the comments – maybe next year I’ll have to get up to 100 or even 1000?

  11. mark, nutellicious! says

    I was used to eating it with bread and then dip the knife again by itself in the jar to get a bit extra.
    now i stopped using the bread but i still like the knife!
    on the edge a bit..but carefull always. hehe

  12. Amy says

    The absolute BEST way to eat nutella ( to my mothers displeasure of course =D)
    take 2 chocolate ripple biscuits and slather one with nutella- the more the better- and the other with whipped cream.
    now place together and enjoy…
    MmmmMmmm *drool* =D

  13. Karin says

    I put nutella on one half of a slightly-toasted English muffin and creme cheese on the other half. Put them together like a sandwich and enjoy! The German and Swiss have the best Nutella–the US version has too much sugar for my liking.

  14. Kirsten says

    These are alot of weird ideas but personally I like nutella on toast :) im thinking of combining it with whip cream and something else I find yummy in the kitchen!

  15. Sueso says

    Oh takes me back to my childhood when Mama would spread frosting on graham crackers…so that’s how I like it best!

  16. justin says

    A recipe for the best oatmeal in the world:
    Quantities specified serve 1, multiply by integer coefficients as necessary. Cook time remains constant.
    3/4 c. oatmeal (not instant!)
    1/4 c. spiced apple cider
    5/4 c. H2O
    1 “handful” of pecans and almonds
    1 “shake” of an equal mixture of cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, ginger
    1 tbsp. Nutella.

    Combine all solid ingredients (except Nutella) in bowl while bringing liquids to a boil. Add solid ingredients to boiling diluted cider solution, return to boiling then immediately reduce to medium heat. Add Nutella, stir frequently. From this point, cook for 7-10 minutes to desired consistency.

  17. little-miss says

    justin: just a tbsp on Nutella?!?! …. awe man, i would totally put like a whole cup on that :P its so good. haha.

  18. Dewdrop says

    I’m a spooner for sure.. -unless I get too eager and go natural-
    I cook with it whenever I can, tho oftenly takes me a little too long and I reach for a spoon instead :P

    Best Nutella food ever?
    This italian candy with, wait for it,

    Nutella filled figs, dipped in chocolate. Chills.

  19. Michael says

    I LOVE nutella like this:

    spread a thick layer of nutella on toast and get a banana and put it right in the middle of the toast (whole) and fold like a taco. then spread some nutella on top of the banana and some skippy peanut butter!! chunky!!! or creamy. SOOOO good!!

  20. Kaitlyn says

    dipping pretzels and eating it with apples and just eating it from the jar. I just tried Nutella this past weekend and im officially addicted to it

  21. micheal says

    The tastiest way to eat this awesome Nutella is to mix in into a fresh snowball, then hurl the snowball at someone’s face, hopefully a clean face, then lick off the cheeks, the ears, and especially the nose since you victim’s tongue can’t reach those parts.

  22. says

    Ahhh– am I the only weird one here? I tried Nutella back in high school and I didn’t care for it at all! It tasted really chalky to me… I was hoping for a chocolate fudge taste and definitely didn’t get one. Maybe it had expired– does it expire?

  23. sami says

    WOW! i love NUTELLA SMORE”S they are very very very good, but most of the time i just eat it with a butter knife straight outta the jar, and i tried it on a few other things and thought it was ok but the grossest thing i ever tried it on was probably a banana not a good flavor! ick…..there should be a white chocolate nutella OMFG! im a genious…maybe there is one but o well..!

  24. llama says

    dip Peachy O’s in it! works best with a few friends all sharing a jar :)
    the candy may be a bit weird but when dipped in nutella it is simply delicious, I swear!

  25. Brittany says

    I like to spread my nutella on graham crackers, make a sandwich, and then lick my knife when Im done :) most often, this is accompanied by some strawberry milk, and eaten like any other cookie. Dipped in milk until slightly soft. mmmm….

  26. Kami says

    I’m definitely the spreader–but oh the things I can spread it on! The crazy thing is, I had NEVER heard of Nutella prior to 1999 when I moved to a TINY FARMING VILLAGE near Spangdahlem (close to Trier) GERMANY! In Europe, Nutella is a breakfast staple much like jams and jellies! The restaurants and coffee shops around here (at least in the southern U.S.) have NO IDEA what they/their customers are missing out on by failing to provide Nutella as much as they provide ketchup and sugar!

  27. says

    Just last night, I had mixed one layer of Peanut Butter and then Nutella on top of that..Ohhhhh man. What a treat that was! Also on top of cold cold ice cream…which will cause it to harden like a gooey shell of some sort. Very good. I just heard about Nutella recently and it was “love at first bite” ;)

  28. jock says

    learned about Nutella from a french nephew, who put it about one centimeter thick on his bread, then told me what it was. brought several jars home with me to Texas. when that ran out, tried the USA/Canada version. it is horrible. now when i go to Brussels, or when friends or relatives visit here from Brussels, i remind them there is no u.s. customs limit on the number of jars that can be brought into the USA in their luggage. and it is good after the “use by” date. they take American peanut butter back to Brussels. i usually eat it on french or whole grain bread, but have been known to use a spoon. all my nephews and nieces in Europe swear they can tell the difference between the Nutella from France, Italy, Germany, and all the other countries.

  29. Zenny says

    I admit I’m a Spooner, Stacker and Spreader. xD But mostly a Spooner. However, one of my favourite ways to eat Nutella is by spreading a thick layer of it over McVitie’s Digestives. It is pure bliss. =’D

  30. Afton says

    mmm.. i love nutella on white bread and ANY kind of fruit. i mostly eat my nutella on fruit:) its even good on pickles.

  31. Sugah says

    I discovered Nutella not until in my 20s. I vacillate between being a straight-out-of-jar eater, or making a Fluffernutter on good, thick soft whole-wheat bread with Nutella (and sometimes a dash of peanut butter in between), and yes, filling a mug with Edy’s Vanilla Ice Cream with little swabs of Nutella interspersed between the ice cream spoonfuls — it hardens a bit and has the texture and taste of good ice cream parlor hot fudge cooling down. Nutella makes my eyes roll back in my head! thank you for this great blog. :)

  32. Alora says

    I spread mine on grahm crackers, and pile on roasted marshmellows, bananas, and frozen yogurt for a twisted smore treat. yum!(:

  33. Jennifer says

    I LOVE NUTELLA! Seriously is this what it feels like to have an addiction? I just discovered Nutella at a restaurant in NYC. They stuffed french toast with it and then served it with a banana bourbon sauce and fresh whipped cream! I’m actually salivating just thinking about it. My do it yourself favorite is Nutella, spread thinly on deli slices (bread), sliced banana and sprinkled with almonds, cranberry and raisins!

  34. Jenny says

    I love nutella! You should add walnuts to the list! Seriously, walnuts dunked in nutella tastes like heaven!

  35. Graham Cracker says

    Nutella on a Graham Cracker – amazing!!!!!
    Definitely a spooner at heart. A spoon of nutella and green tea – complete bliss.

  36. Alexandra says

    Best recipe ever!!

    Take 2 slices of plain vanilla pound cake,
    Slather one side of one slice with nutella (as much as you desire) and on top of the nutella place sliced strawberries, and put other slice of poundcake on top. Place in panini maker, and finally dust with confectioners sugar :)

    Yummmmmmm. Hope you like it as much as I did.

  37. Jim says

    After passing by Nutella in various supermarkets for years, I finally bit the bullet and got a jar in today’s grocery order. Tried it for the first time just ten minutes ago, and… o…m…f…g…, hehe. Only question is, do I leave it in the fridge (semi-hard and yummy, a candy bar on a spoon) or put it in the cupboard (easier to spread and try some of the delicious suggestions here). Decisions, decisions! :)

  38. Tate says

    On pretzels (particularly the stick kind because they can get further into the jar), on toast, as a jelly replacement for sandwiches, as a peanut butter replacement for sandwiches, on pancakes, on waffles, on biscuits, on cookies, with plain oatmeal, , on a spoon, on a fork, on a finger, on a knife, and pretty much everywhere else!

  39. says

    mmmm…didnt know every1 loved nutella so much as I do… Finally we have an alternative to chocolates ! I just dip a butter knife in the jar and mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm !!!!!!

  40. Craig/ Sam says

    on churches chicken stips i know it sounds gross but it is actually amazing if you really like nutella the way i do. we first tried it in france at a restraunt with crepes and bananas and fell in love with it haha. but its also really good if you put it on a granola bar.

  41. Rebecca says

    Hey there,

    I’m a casting producer for TLC’s “Freaky Eaters” and this season we’re looking for ADULTS OBSESSED WITH NUTELLA! For more info or to recommend someone for the show, send an email to with your name, age, number, and brief description of your eating habits.

    Hope to hear from you soon!

  42. Karen says

    My daughter convinced me to buy Nutella so she could try. I was skeptical at first. But now I keep a jar at home and at work. I love it. I ususally put it on a slice of whole wheat bread and fold it over. It’s a quick breakfast like that when I’m rushing out the door. I will definatley have to try some of these other ideas. They sound awesome.

  43. Jay says

    O M G these are all genius.. im about to try it with waffles since thats all i have at home at the moment lol..

    & how do you make a granita? not sure what a granita is but frozen nutella sounds gooood.. like a nutella popsicle or something x] but should i just stick that in the freezer? or do i have to melt the nutella first? hmm ill go experiment..

  44. Nutella Lover says

    Nutella and sliced banana sandwich.

    Nutella and Marshmellow Fluff spread over pancakes or crepes.

    Both require a glass of milk, with the jar of Nutella left on the table for any extra needed :)

  45. says

    I’m a spooner, why on earth would anyone want to masquerade the taste of Nutella. Eating it alone with a spoon is the only way you can get the true scrumptious, delightful, mouthwatering, delicious taste of Nutella.
    Or if you must, on an Italian Panino, but then again, you must really overload your panino with Nutella, or you will not get the full taste Nutella, the taste will be shared with the Panino, Oh forget it, I love Nutella, way too much to put it on anything, spooning is the best way for me. :)))) I love you Nutella !


  46. Linda says

    I don’t know which is my favorite way to eat it. I just wanted to see what kind of pretty quilt square I was going to get >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  47. Gail says

    Hello Nutella lovers!

    I have a quick favor to ask you. I am a business school student and for my marketing class this semester I am doing a project on Nutella. Part of the project requires that I get information from Nutella consumers, so I put together a web survey to do just that.

    If any of you have 15 minutes (and are U.S. residents) could you fill out this survey for me? I would be eternally grateful to get your thoughts on the product!

    Thank you!

  48. nicole says

    As a dip for:

    –Pringles STIX (honey butter flavor)
    –Raisin Bagel Chips
    –‘Nilla Wafers or Teddy Grahams

    Also, it’s a good filling for “Ants on a Log” (3″ stalks of celery usually filled with peanut butter and topped with raisins or dried cherries)

    Also, it’s yummy folded into Cool Whip which is then poured into a graham cracker crust then frozen

    Also, it’s a nice topping for a saltine or a Ritz cracker when drizzled with caramel ice cream topping

    Also, it’s pretty good spread on a tortilla then covered with cherry preserves and rolled up like a taquita…after each bite, dip the end in a cinnamon-sugar mixture :)

  49. Erin says

    Oh, nutella. I’ve only recently tried it, and introduced all my friends to it, and they love it! though I do wonder if those european versions ARE better than the american. I guess I’ll have to find out someday! anyways, I’m a finger dipper, but I like to spread mine on waffles in the morning, or spread them on ritz for a sweet and salty snack. sooo good!!

  50. Pauline says

    mmmm looks so good……. im a spreader but i love to mix nutella with ice cream or fill a baguette with it.

  51. Pauline says

    oh, and i just read the top posts. i never knew that there were different types of nutella ( european vs american)..
    i’ve been eating nutella ever since i was 3 years old, its kind of like my religion so i want to try them all XD

  52. Kendall says

    chips ahoy choclate chips(chewy) are excellent with nutella. U heat up the cookies in the microwave fro 20 seconds and then spread nutella on them.

  53. jaion says

    A lot of people don’t know this but nutella is made by the same people who make fererro rocher choclate and when you put them both together you cant sop eating it

  54. Eileen says

    I looove Nutella <3 But especially a N&J Sandwich, by a spoon, on crepes, and inbetween two oreos is THE best!!

  55. BigSyd says

    I was actually going to go and get some ice cream when I came across this website. Instead I took a spoon to a container of nutella and I was satisfied :)

    Also I tastes really good on Aparle-G. It’s this sweet indian buscuit that I like, dip it in nutella and you’ve gone to heaven

  56. Amber says

    You can get nutella at Wal-Mart or World Market <3 I just bought a huge container at world market. When I went to Italy, they had it in packages the way we have jam or butter in the little plastic containers. I brought a million of those home, I swear. Love it! I'm going to work it into my brownies tonight.

  57. Jamie says

    My 3 favorite ways to eat nutella (besides off the spoon/knife)

    1. Pineapple & nutella. Sounds odd, but tastes amazing. Take a spoonful of nutella, dip a pineapple chunk in nutella (careful, it doesn’t like to stick). For extra delightfulness, sprinkle powdered sugar on. WOW!!!

    2. Nutella Bagel. Take a regular bagel, toast for 3-4 minutes, spread butter on & allow to melt, then spread nutella on.

    3. Fruit Crepes. Go to town on this one. My usual: crepe rolls, nutella spread on, place fruit on (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries for me), roll up, add cool whip or powdered sugar. serve warm (microwave for 7 seconds). Easy and delicious. I thought up all of these & now my family & girlfriend are always asking me about it.

  58. Ernie says

    1 . Nutella Flan just take one egg out and replace with 3 big spoons of the Holly Goodness of Nutella
    2 . Put the jar in the fridge and it will get a bit stiff is better for spooning lol
    3 . And if you are on the low carb diet and you can’t stand the low carb bread the doesn’t toast put some Nutella on it, it will help to get it down

  59. James says

    Toast two eggo waffles.
    Spread Nutella on one side of each waffle.
    Slice some banana slices on one side, and put whipped cream on the other.
    Put together and enjoy your delicious Nutella sandwhich.

  60. Amanda says

    I absolutely love dipping frosted mini wheats in nutella. It is so amazing! And of course, I also like just eating it by itself with a spoon :)

  61. Stu Borken says

    Nutella spread onto a crepe then ripe bananas sliced over it and then fold it into forths and eat it….like a little piece of heaven.

  62. millie says

    Dip Tortilla chips into Nuetella, the sweetness of the Nuetella goes great with the saltiness of the Tortilla chips.. yumm

  63. Adrienne says

    The best things I’ve tried:
    1. Nutella and strawberry sandwich
    2. on a honey crisp apple
    3. on waffles with raspberries and maple syrup
    4. on Townhouse crackers (just enough saltiness)

  64. Erls says

    Absolutely gorgeous on freshly baked banana bread. Or you can buy the banana bread, spread the Nutella and whiz it for about ten seconds in the microwave and perfection!

  65. Tosha says

    Omg decided to try the sample of it in the check’s freaking awesome.finally realized where I have tasted it’s the same as the ferro hazelnut candy. Love it on my finger and dipping a peanut butter cracker sandwich in it! Yum can’t wait to try more

  66. Adriana says

    I’m about to try this now… I’m making my nutella hard in the refrigerator, and when it’s hard I cut it into tiny pieces and mix it on my pancake mix. And I have the nutella pancakes.

  67. Dutchie says

    I can just smell the Nutella by reading these comments, really, and I haven’t seen let alone had any since over 25 years. The human mind is just astounding isn’t it?

  68. says

    When I underwent chemotherapy, one of my doctors recommended Nutella on whole grain toast to keep up my energy. My favorite way to enjoy Nutella, though, was on vanilla ice cream!

  69. shaye says

    I’ve eaten Nutella on the craziest stuff. It’s really good putting it in the fridge. It’s delicious when you dip kettle corn or regular potato chips in it. Yum.

  70. Curtis says

    I agree the spoon is the preferred method as it takes no additional prep time. However, you missed the 2nd best way and that is with homemade ice cream and Nutella added while the ice cream is still churning. Then, you can top it off with a little Nutella on top for good measure. Yumm, gotta get me some now.

  71. Starkiller says

    So good with a Banana. I don’t have any other creative methods I’m a noob. First jar of Nutella ever, I don’t really like it on bread tho. I tried it with PB and just about barfed. Might be good with a Croissant?
    Do Ferrero Roche have Nutella in the middle? Tastes exactly the same to me. It was the first thing I thought of when I had my first finger dip.

  72. Stuart B. says

    I love Nutella, but, being lactose intol. if I enjoy it I expect people to say “kadish” for me 4-6 hours later….I found Askinosie Chocolate Hazelnut Spread. NO milk product and I can enjoy it like I used to enjoy Nutella, it’s made with hazelnuts, obviously. I have no connection with the company, I just like to enjoy good food, and this is one. sb

    • Ms. Adventures in Italy says

      @Brenna – I haven’t tasted it, and I used to be a fan of JIF growing up, but I am a little skeptical. I’ll have to seek it out on my next trip to the US. Have you tried it?

  73. Brenna says

    I have, they make 2 flavors & the one i tried was mocha cappocino, (i think the other is mocha) but it still has the hazelnut in it. The jif product is a lot thicker, not as creamy… I prefer Nutella, but the Jif is a little cheaper.

  74. Nutella says

    I am a nutella DJ I use all of the forms above except for the lover lover form. We believe that nutella is God’s spread

  75. Kylee says

    Sometimes I eat Nutella straight from the knife, but my favorite way to eat it is to spread it on saltines or matzah.

  76. Magi Sanchez says

    I get walnuts mix them with nutella and put it on top of vanilla ice cream. OMG it is amazing! Everyone must try it!

  77. Niamh says

    NUTELLA with CREAM CHEESE! swirl it around and put it on a bagel! it’s nutella flavoured cream cheese :0

  78. Anna says

    OMG I put half a York Peppermint Patty in my Nutella sandwich the other day! It was soooooo good!!! It’s like slightly minty Nutella (like mint chocolate)

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