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I love s’mores. My gosh, ever since I was a little girl, I loved going to my uncle’s house because he had an amazing fire pit that we would take turns making s’mores at. I loved getting graham crackers, placing a perfectly toasted marshmallow on it and then letting a chunk of chocolate melt when I placed it atop and squished it together into a sandwich. It is just the perfect treat to end any fun night.
Now, I also love Nutella. I absolutely love the nutty taste with the chocolate that is truly unlike any other flavor I have ever tried in my life. I have made homemade crepes, cookies and even eaten my cereal with some Nutella. Dunk some Nutella in hot milk and you have got yourself an amazing hot chocolate! One day I wondered what would happen if I mixed these two of my favorite flavors and got one amazing dessert? Well, I was not far from the truth. When I mixed these two, I found an amazing dessert that is unlike any other. The flavors of both are strong and I love this, no matter what day it is or how stressed I am. I always find time to make this.
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