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I am watching Greys anatomy and eating Nutella straight from the jar.

Though I would share XD


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I'm going to have to try that stuff! Isn't it made of hazelnuts?


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YES!!! Hazelnuts and tastes like CHOCOLATE and omgah omigah!!! SOOO GOOOD! I have to hide it from my toddler because i gave him ONE taste ONCE and now he sees the jar and flips his lid haha.

Covert Nutella eating operation. :D


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YES!!! Hazelnuts and tastes like CHOCOLATE and omgah omigah!!! SOOO GOOOD! I have to hide it from my toddler because i gave him ONE taste ONCE and now he sees the jar and flips his lid haha.

Covert Nutella eating operation. :D

I bought it last week. My DD has had it EVERY morning on toast! :D

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oh, I just looked it up and it has a "hint" of coco. Maybe I can get away with it :D

Probably ok unless you eat it in front of the tv straight from the jar. :P


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And -- if you can eat peanut butter, and if you like the combination of pb and chocolate, then try a pb and nutella sandwich. omg... AND, add some sliced banana to it.

{thud} <--------- me fainting from the yumminess!

Wasn't that one of Elvis' favorites?


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Probably ok unless you eat it in front of the tv straight from the jar. :P

LIIIIIKE I did HAHAHHA

My husband skyped me in the middle of my nutella-fest and said I looked like a chocolate vampire LOL


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I've had the TV on this AM. They keep advertising Nutella!

Hee! I saw that too--I've got to try this stuff :D


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I am pretty sure Nutella has soy in it. So nuts to Nutella! There, I said it! I feel better about not being able to eat it seeing as how you all don't really enjoy it at all. grrr... Just kidding! Sassin frassin Nutella nutz.... :D


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I finally bought it and all I can say is yum! I have to say I'm not happy it has soy, but for an occasional treat I'll just get over it. Oh, and try it frozen -- gives it a candy bar texture. I made my first frozen one too big and had to gnaw my way through it, but some how I managed. :P

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