60 “sensory judges” are needed by Ferrero, the company that makes Nutella, to sample foods in a part-time capacity at their Italian headquarters.
NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Read this article. Nutella can be used in a wide range of ways, from as a simple spread or dip to as a component in desserts. The hazelnut cocoa spread can be used as a dip for pretzels, strawberries, or cookies or as an ingredient in cakes, cookies, or even shakes.
Additionally, you may use Nutella in baking by including it into the brownie mixture to give the finished product a chewier texture. It can be added to shakes, particularly banana shakes, to give them a stronger chocolate flavor. Similar to how you would use hot fudge or caramel, you may also drizzle Nutella over ice cream.
Online, there are a ton of recipes for Nutella-based cakes. It can be blended directly into the cake batter or swirled into the batter in a few different ways. Additionally, you can use it to make the cake’s frosting. Additionally, Nutella can be cooked into cookies. Numerous cookie recipes call for Nutella as a primary component. Even some places provide pizza with Nutella as a topping, and it is a favorite filling for crepes.
Nutella can be used in a wide variety of ways, from spreading it on crepes to baking it into desserts. (Mark Gail via Getty Images for The Washington Post) )
If you’re searching for a super easy, no-bake method to enjoy Nutella, you may spread it over bread or toast or use it as a dipping sauce for things like pretzels, strawberries, bananas, cookies, apples, and salty crackers, to name a few.
NUTELLA: IS IT HEALTHY? Because it contains so much sugar in a small amount, Nutella is not very healthy, claims Healthline. The website states that a two-tablespoon portion of Nutella contains 21 grams of sugar, which is more sugar than a similar-sized serving of Betty Crocker Milk Chocolate Rich