World Nutella Day got its start in 2007, and today, February 5, is the 4th Annual World Nutella Day. Nutella is more than just a 'chocolaty hazelnut spread," it's a way of life. You absolutely must go to the World Nutella Day site to see over 500 recipes for Nutella. The 'organizers' of this holiday have spread the word, and bloggers all over the world have responded.
You, too, can participate...even if you just eat some Nutella straight from the jar. Here's how: Join the celebration!
* Check out the action at the World Nutella Day Fan Page on Facebook!
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* Get creative with more than 500 Nutella recipes
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* Some tips on how to Host a World Nutella Day party at home
* New to Nutella? Learn what the fuss is about
Stuffed Challah Nutella French Toast
Here's an easy Nutella French Toast Recipe adapted from Cook's Illustrated. I use Challah, but Brioche is great, too! Remember: Stale bread makes great French Toast.
3/4 cup milk
1 tbsp melted unsalted butter
1 Tbsp sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract
8 fat slices of challah (egg bread)
Nutella, a few tbsp
Whisk egg, milk, melted butter, salt, sugar and vanilla.
Spread Nutella (a few tbsp) on 4 of the challah slices and add second slice.
Add 2 tbsp butter to skillet over medium heat
In a flat-ish dish pour 1/2 batter and soak both sides of 2 'sandwiches'. (Hint: don't use all the batter at once or your first Stuffed French toasts will soak it all up and you won't have any batter left for the others). Remove and fry. Turning over, of course. Dip the second two French toast sandwiches, soak, and fry about 1-2 minutes on first side. Flip. They're done when they're golden brown and crisp. Remove from heat, dust with powdered sugar and eat. Fabulous!