So You’ve Reached the Bottom of Your Nutella Jar

September 29, 2015 | By | Comments (2)

Photo: Teresa Sabga

Sweet, glorious Nutella hit the snacking scene a few years back and minds everywhere were blown. As a chocolatey-hazelnut spread, this jar became a pantry staple. Hearts break instantly as soon as you start to see the bottom of that Nutella jar. It’s just not right. But worry not, my peeps. I’ve devised a way to enjoy every last scoop of that delectable spread.

Nutella Hot Chocolate
Heat a mug of hot water in the microwave and proceed to pour the hot water into your almost empty Nutella jar. Shake, shake, shake. And you’ve got yourself a steaming mug of hot chocolate. 

Photo: Two Spoons

Photo: Two Spoons

Nutella Ice Cream Sundae
A handful of banana slices on the bottom of the jar covered with a few scoops of vanilla ice cream and you’ve got a beautiful sundae. Bonus points if you add strawberries and whipped cream.

Nutella Overnight Oats
Instead of making your overnight oats in a mason jar, try it in your almost empty Nutella jar. The oats will soak up some of that chocolately goodness and you won’t regret it. Add your favorite fruits on top in the morning and your coworkers are sure to have breakfast envy.

Overnight Oats

Photo: katyenka

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