What to Eat with Nutella – 50 Surprising Dishes You Can Make with Hazelnut Spread

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When it comes to what to eat with Nutella, the possibilities are endless! If you are a Nutella lover, or simply looking for a fun way to celebrate World Nutella Day (February 5th), you’ll love these delicious ways to spread Nutella on all your simple snacks, decadent desserts, and even breakfast!

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Whether you enjoy it as is, on toast or pancakes, on a rice cake as a delicious snack, or in some of the more unique and surprising dishes we’ve collected for you, there’s no doubt that this hazelnut spread is delicious. Check out our top 50 picks for what to eat with Nutella and get inspired!

The giant 2 pack of Nutella was on sale this past week at Costco, and it got me thinking…are there other ways I could be using Nutella? I mean, aside from the nightly spoonful of Nutella that I eat for dessert each day.

Especially when the grocery budget is tight, I like to see if there are any new recipes to try with items I already have in the pantry. If you like to experiment with new recipes too, I have rounded up quite a few fun and easy Nutella recipes in this post, ranging from desserts, to easy snacks, and deliciously decadent breakfast ideas too!

What is Nutella?

Nutella is a hazelnut-chocolate spread that was created in the 1960s by the Ferrero family. It’s since become a popular pantry staple in homes all over the world, thanks to its unique flavor and versatility. Nutella can be enjoyed on its own, on toast or pancakes, in baked goods, or even in savory dishes.

No matter how you enjoy it, there’s no doubt that Nutella is delicious. If you’re looking for some new ideas for what to eat with Nutella, check out our top 50 picks below.

Is Nutella healthy?

While Nutella does contain some hazelnuts, cocoa, and milk, it’s also high in sugar and fat. As a result, it’s not considered a health food. However, like most things, Nutella can be enjoyed in moderation as part of a balanced diet.

Nutella Hazelnut spread is gluten free, and only contains 7 ingredients, no artificial colors, and no preservatives, according to the package container.

Simple Ways to Enjoy Nutella

If you have a huge jar of Nutella in your pantry, and you’re thinking to yourself…there has to be some easy recipes that I can use this in, instead of just enjoying it by the spoonful! Which is totally okay too. 🙂

Don’t worry I have you covered!

There are endless ways to enjoy Nutella, but here are a few of our favorites:

  • Spread a thin layer of Nutella on toast mixed with a little almond butter
  • Add a couple spoonfuls of Nutella to your pancakes, as a fun alternative to maple syrup. Try these easy pancake bites and add Nutella to the middle, yum!
  • Use Nutella instead of hot fudge on your ice cream sundae
  • Mix your Nutella into oatmeal with some brown sugar for breakfast
  • Add it to a little greek yogurt for a “healthy” dip to serve with fresh fruit
  • Make a Nutella sandwich! Simply spread the chocolate-hazelnut spread on to white bread for a fun lunch box idea for the kids

Nutella is obviously delicious, but I bet you didn’t realize just how versatile it is! Try adding different ingredients to your Nutella to create fun and exciting new recipe ideas that your whole family will love.

Now without further ado, here are 50 amazing and simple Nutella recipes to add to your meal plans this month!

What to Eat with Nutella- 50 Amazing Recipes for Any Occasion

There are endless ways to enjoy Nutella, but some of our favorites include on toast, in oatmeal, as a dip for fresh fruit, and in crepes. No matter how you enjoy it, there’s no doubt that Nutella is delicious.

If you’re looking for some new ideas for what to eat with Nutella, check out our top 50 picks and let me know which one is your favorite in the comments.

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