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Nutella, How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways.

We love our Nutella here at Babble, and it shows. In fact, it’s been on the site 7 times in the last three months in solid, Nutella-devoted recipes, and that doesn’t even begin to touch all the Nutella references that have been made. There are oatmeals and ice creams and even Nutella pizzas here.

I learned recently from another Nutella-loving friend, Katie from goodLife {eats}, who happens to have a child with a peanut allergy that Nutella is made in a facility dedicated to hazelnuts only. No peanuts. I did a little dance at the thought of all the chocolate hazelnut love that I could start carting to family events where we do indeed have a peanut allergy to contend with.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to eat Nutella here at Babble’s Family Kitchen. What are some of your favorite Nutella recipes?

Nutella Baked Oatmeal: Dessert for Breakfast
Nutella is baked right into this easy baked oatmeal, making for the perfect excuse to have chocolate for breakfast.

Nutella Graham Cracker Whoopie Pies
Whoopie pie lovers meet Nutella. With graham cracker edging, these whoopie pies are sure to please.

Our Favorite After School Snack: Apple Slices with Nutella
Simply delicious. This is the perfect after-school snack for small mouths craving something to tide them over until dinner.

Chocolate Chocolate Chip Bundt with Nutella Buttercream
Rich and soft chocolate bundt cake, studded with teensy chocolate chips, and topped with whippy Nutella buttercream. There’s no way you’ll be passing on dessert when this is on the menu.

Nutella Pizza Almond, Flax and White Chocolate
Nutella dessert pizza so easy, your kids can make it.

2-Minute Dessert: Raspberry Nutella Panini
In a hurry? Try this quick and easy dessert panini with nutella, raspberries and brie.

Nutella Ice Cream (aka Frozen Nutella Mousse)
Nutella and half and half become a frozen bowl of sorbet that will make you feel like you’re floating on a cloud.

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