A Slice of Bread Transformed by Nutella

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Nutella (pronounced "new-tell-uh") is a sweet spread made with hazelnut, chocolate, and skim milk. Its maker also makes the famous Ferrero Rocher chocolates.

It's used most commonly as a spread on crepes or bread. It's also sold in little packets that come with tiny spatulas, common snacks among school children in Europe or some parts of Asia. Nutella is the most popular spread on the European table, and has more than 4 million Facebook fans.

World Nutella Day is February 5.

Nutella is no longer the only hazelnut spread on the market. Jif is now making chocolate-flavored hazelnut spread and Jif mocha cappuccino-flavored hazelnut spread. This is available in stores nationwide.

Places to find it

Burger Places That Serve It

Crepe Houses that Use it

Other Restaurants

Nutella-like things


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2010-05-05 15:40:10   A jar of nutella once got me across Europe. It's amazing stuff. —CovertProfessor

2010-05-05 16:06:35   In China, Nutella is super expensive! Its sold at a foreign grocery for about 15 US Dollars...Good thing I'll be home soon. —jsbmeb

2011-11-16 16:22:27   LOVE Nutella! Discovered it in French class my Freshman year of high school....I've been addicted since then. —IndigoShell

2012-03-18 13:55:32   PBJ & N. Greatest lunch ever. —CecilioPadilla

2012-03-18 14:10:29   Tastes great on pretzel sticks! —ScottMeehleib