Look, it’s great to eat clean and all but if you’ve ever been lost for a spoon and just… um... “gone for it” with the Nutella jar, we think you’re going to like this one.
Because anything that is even remotely covered in Nutella is a selling point for us. The spread is nectar of the Gods and if you haven’t Googled “50 ways to eat Nutella”, you’re seriously limiting your praline potential. Seriously.
We’re warning you now, the following article contains unsuitable content for recovering Nutellaholics.
Nutella Cheesecake From Pasticceria Papa
Bondi Beach and Haberfield
This one never gets old. If you haven’t heard of the Nutella ricotta cheesecake at Papa's we’ll forgive you for almost living a life without discovering what true happiness is. Because all stomachs deserve to experience the transcendental taste-bud awakening of a classic baked ricotta cake inside a short pastry casing with a soft ricotta centre and Nutella piped inside and on top. Yes.
Nutella Pizza From Via Napoli
Why do people always assume you can’t polish off a metre long Nutella pizza by yourself? Let’s be real… you’ll always have room for Nutella at Via Napoli. And then some more.
Nutella Scrolls From Bay Vista
Bay Vista is blessing us with scrolls and vanilla ice cream, chocolate crisp pearls and your choice of topping. Well, as if you need a choice… you’re obviously going to go with Nutella. Nutella makes everything better #truth
The Tellabab From Tella Balls Dessert Bar
The juggernauts of all things Nutella have blessed us with a dessert kebab like no other. A footlong doughnut roll. Fresh strawberries. Fresh banana. Whipped cream. And an inevitable (but highly appreciated) oversupply of Nutella. Take. Our. Money. Now.
Nutella And Hazelnut Babka From Brooklyn Boy Bagels
A sweet buttery dough mixed with Nutella (lots of it) and crushed hazelnuts. And yes, licking the overspill of Nutella off your arm is mandatory at Brooklyn Boy.
Nutella Macaron From Adriano Zumbo
Our Aussie Willy Wonka makes it easy to stock-up on the cult dessert, the macaron. And no matter how you pronounce the addictive biscuit (“macaroon”/ “macaron”) there’s only one thing you need to know. There’s a Nutella flavour. And it’s damn good.
Ice Breaker Tellashake From Foodcraft Espresso And Bakery
Because the staple tellaball milkshake just isn’t enough. Foodcraft’s latest shake creation is one helluva handful (and mouthful for that matter). If you’re keen for a Nutella overdose, you might just get that here. The crew at Foodcraft Espresso has blessed our bellies with the Ice Breaker Tellashake. And yes, it’s everything you want it to be. A nutella milkshake topped with a nutella donut ball and loaded with praline ice cream. #micdrop
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Image credit: Caitlin Hicks at Tella Balls Dessert Bar