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Who Would Have Thought You Could Make Nutella At Home?
If there’s one thing in this world I can’t live without, it has to be Nutella. Apart from my husband, of course – although I would have a hard time deciding between the two, haha! The world famous concoction is so popular that you can probably get it pretty much anywhere you travel these days. And I’ve heard people refer to all kinds of chocolaty and nutty spreads by that name! I have to say, to me Nutella is one of a kind – but this homemade copycat recipe comes pretty darn close!
I was so surprised when I first tried this. I wasn’t expecting this to have such an authentic flavor that even I, the biggest Nutella fan in the world, might not know the difference between this and the original.
The best thing about this is that I can start experimenting with all kinds of special flavors. You only need to tweak the recipe a tiny little bit, to get completely new aromas. That is, of course, if you’re willing to make changes to the real thing. I intend to give plenty of tweaks a try – but for now I’m just happy that I can make my own Nutella and be 100% sure of what goes in it!
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Quick Tip: Want to try a special twist? Add a pinch of cinnamon!