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Nutella / chocolate spread yes or no

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Lilyloo Sat 19-Sep-09 20:41:19

I finally succumbed to buying a jar hmm
Can't stand it but seems my dc's love it....

differentID Sat 19-Sep-09 20:42:26

oh god yes. by the teaspoon, sod the toast.

janeite Sat 19-Sep-09 20:43:15

Only on holiday and at Christmas. The girls got a jar each in their stockings last year!

MmeLindt Sat 19-Sep-09 20:43:41


It has lots of milk in it.

Practically health food.

bigchris Sat 19-Sep-09 20:45:23

oh yes agree by the teaspoon, heaven on a spoon grin
wouldnt let dcs have it though <mean mummy>

differentID Sat 19-Sep-09 20:47:56

far too good for children.

I hide mine from friends ds when they stay overblush

DoNotPressTheRedButton Sat 19-Sep-09 20:48:38

Kids no

me straight from fridge with a spoon dutring PMT? yes

Washersaurus Sat 19-Sep-09 20:53:58

My boys have recently discovered the joy of nutella. I let them have a teaspoon mixed in with a banana in their weetabix/porridge occasionally.

I only like it on croissants grin

cat64 Sat 19-Sep-09 20:55:38

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movingnow Sat 19-Sep-09 20:57:14

DS has not yet discovered it but I remember eating it on vanilla ice cream many years ago!

Lilyloo Sat 19-Sep-09 21:01:42

ds is 7 so it has taken many shopping trips to get here believe me grin

and now they want it on bread shock
<boak emotion>

bluejeans Sat 19-Sep-09 21:03:36

Nutella milkshakes are a current craze in this house!

ingles2 Sat 19-Sep-09 21:06:11

I would love to have nutella, but dh has a nut allergy and I daren't have it in the house...
<drools at the thought of nutella on croissant>

jkklpu Sat 19-Sep-09 21:07:49

It's great in the middle of a chocolate sponge sandwich cake. But can't be beaten in the early days of motherhood, slathered on brown toast.

RealityIsNOTDetoxing Sat 19-Sep-09 21:14:27

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CuppaTeaJanice Sat 19-Sep-09 21:16:03

Nutella is revolting, as is any creamed hazelnut/chocolate combination <boak>

What was absolutely delicious was (and sadly no longer available) Sainsburys chocolate spread, in a white plastic tub with a bear on the front. No nasty hazelnuts, just smooth, yummy chocolateyness.

If anybody knows any of the big cheeses at Sainsbos......please get them to bring it back!!!

Lilyloo Sat 19-Sep-09 21:37:48

grin so concensus is straight from jar or spoon for adults only wink

TeamEdwardTango Sat 19-Sep-09 21:40:26

Ingles and CuppaTea, Cadburys do a chocolate spread with out nuts. We have here (DH has nut allergy, DC's not tested but avoid nuts) and everyone loves it - especially me, spoonfuls from the jar!!

MaryAmericanSmooth Sat 19-Sep-09 21:41:10

God YES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

MaryAmericanSmooth Sat 19-Sep-09 21:42:26

my top treat - 3 rice cakes sandwiched together with lots of nutella - you get the deliciousness with the austerity of a rice cake - perfect balance.
As a child I wouldn't touch the stuff.

onehitwonder Sat 19-Sep-09 21:44:16

I have recently overcome my puritanical 70's childhood:
Weetabix and marmite on toast for breakfast - good, anything that actually tastes sweet and indulgent - bad.
So now DD and I both have a slice of seeded batch loaf with Nutella on every morning grin. And Lidl's sour cherry jam on the other slice - yum!

MaryAmericanSmooth Sat 19-Sep-09 21:51:03

mmm, I am puritanical about breakfasts really - dust ridden and worthy I like,won't allow Cheerios..but I do occassionally have a toasted muffin with a bit of nutella

ingles2 Sat 19-Sep-09 21:56:26

Really TET? I've never seen it <wonders if local supermarket is still open>

Portofino Sat 19-Sep-09 22:01:10

I live in belgium! It is a primary food group all on its own! Nutella sandwiches for breakfast are de rigeur! And for tea!

Mybox Sat 19-Sep-09 22:02:04

Maryamerican - that sounds like my kind of snack!

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