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Happy World Nutella Day!

world nutella day | dailywaffle

When you talk about shopping at Costco, everyone laughs and says, “Do you really need 6 packages of toilet paper? Or 3 cartons of milk?”  Just like with 20 pounds of rice, no one says, “Two jars of Nutella? Do you really need two jars?” Ever. Because obviously.

I joke that the tagline for DailyWaffle is “Home of the Nutella Fudgesicle.”  It’s my most popular post,  a Zoku pop recipe that went viral (thanks peeps on Pinterest!). Just two ingredients, hazelnut milk and Nutella, you can either freeze it into a popsicle or heat it up for a cup of hot chocolate. And if you choose to spike it, well, that’s between you and your Nutella. Any which way, if there’s one made up food day I have to honor, it’s World Nutella Day.

 world nutella day cookies | dailywaffle

At the end of a long day, some people pour themselves two fingers of bourbon or a glass of wine.  I say sandwich some Nutella between two shortbread cookies, preferably Trefoils. The good news is, it’s Girl Scout cookie season, so there are boxes and boxes that can be yours for the taking.  Nilla wafers aren’t bad either.

What? You want more than that? Out of the hundreds and hundreds of Nutella recipes, on this World Nutella Day, try these on for size:

No Bake Nutella Ice Box Cake – Apron Strings 

Nutella Truffles — My Baking Addiction

Nutella Pudding – Honest Cooking

Super Simple Nutella Ice Cream — Chocolate and Zucchini

Ovaltine Nutella Cookies – DailyWaffle

Dessert 7-Layer Dip (w/ Nutella!) — DailyWaffle

 

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  1. Happy Nutella Day to you! Your Nutella Fudgesicles sound amazing…I’m keeping them in mind for warmer days. And I love your Nutella shortbread cookies! Here’s another for your Nutella list: http://bethmichelle.com/nutella-cheesecake-brownies/ I’ve made them a couple of times and they’re scrumptious.

    February 7, 2013
    • Hannah – Those brownies look awesome!! Pinned!

      February 7, 2013

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