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HI other Celiacs -

Do you guys eat Nutella? I was just curious and wanted to try it....

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Not really a chocolate fan but I love hazelnuts! Many people adore it. It's all over the place in Italy from gelato to crepes. It would be lovely melted and drizzled over vanilla bean ice cream or even desserts, cakes or cookies (if you like chocolate and hazelnuts, that is!). :)

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Yes, it is gluten free. Had some for breakfast this morning.

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Yes, it is gluten free. Had some for breakfast this morning.

Wenmin

I'd just like to say that learning this has officially made my day. I just tried my first slice of gluten-free bread, and it almost made me cry, so the fact that I can still have nutella came as a very pleasant surprise.

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Gosh, I love the stuff. I buy the big container and it's not big enough!! :wub::lol:

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I love Nutella!

When I discovered it was gluten free, I knew I could survive.

Toasted Udi's bread with Nutella and a cup of coffee is heaven. :rolleyes:

Reminds me of my old chocolate croissants.

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I'd just like to say that learning this has officially made my day. I just tried my first slice of gluten-free bread, and it almost made me cry, so the fact that I can still have nutella came as a very pleasant surprise.

Which gluten free bread did you try? What brand? Let me know so I consider avoiding it. I hear Udi's is really good, the best in the USA. You'll get more used to it :)

I never miss *regular* shelf bread. I think it's DISGUSTING! I'd make bread at home if I could eat gluten again. The stuff they add to wheaten shelf bread is disgusting: soy flour, corn syrup, etc. Yuck. Normal breads on the shelf look terrible too.

I find this diet to be really healthy. Nutella is good. Over here in Australia I get Nutino spread. I find it several times better than nutella :D

All the best!

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I love Nutella!

When I discovered it was gluten free, I knew I could survive.

Toasted Udi's bread with Nutella and a cup of coffee is heaven. :rolleyes:

Reminds me of my old chocolate croissants.

Agreed!

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Well dang, now I want access to some Nutino! :D

Can you hook me up? :lol::lol::lol:

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NUTELLA HOW I LOVE THEE

LET ME EAT THE WAYS!!!!!

1) on anything

2) with anything

3)by itself

4) I LOVE YOU NUTELLA!!!!!!!

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There is a great recipe for stuffed french toast using UDI's cinnamon raisin bread, nutella etc. It is very good and I never thought I would enjoy the whole chocolate on bread thing.

Will post later.

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HI other Celiacs -

Do you guys eat Nutella? I was just curious and wanted to try it....

No, because it has milk in it. However, Jason's Chocolate Hazelnut Butter is very very good

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I'd just like to say that learning this has officially made my day. I just tried my first slice of gluten-free bread, and it almost made me cry, so the fact that I can still have nutella came as a very pleasant surprise.

I felt the same way about bread until I tasted "Canyon Bakehouse" gluten-free bread. I can eat it plain. Has the same texture as the bread I ate prior to going gluten-free & a great flavor. I haven't tried Nutella, I'll have to do that soon!

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Well dang, now I want access to some Nutino! :D

Can you hook me up? :lol::lol::lol:

It's really nice. And (unlike all the other chocolate spreads I've ever seen) it uses sunflower lecithin instead of *the usual* soy lecithin we tend to find in *everything*!!! B)

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That stuff is crack in a little tiny jar... It's AMAZING.

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Should anyone be interested homemade nutella is more delicious and simple to make...

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2011/02/homemade-nutella-recipe-chocolate-hazelnut-spread/

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Should anyone be interested homemade nutella is more delicious and simple to make...

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2011/02/homemade-nutella-recipe-chocolate-hazelnut-spread/

Yum! I want to try that. I know I will be hunting down some hazel nuts now.

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Yum! I want to try that. I know I will be hunting down some hazel nuts now.

Great! I'd be interested in hearing your opinion. I never purchase ready-made stuff (except Worcestershire and soy sauce and the occasional bread/bun). If I see something I want I find a way to make it. So, I'm curious! :)

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Nutella is a staple when I'm travelling. It doesn't require refrigeration and it's yummy, so you don't feel deprived. Plus after a few days of living on a diet of chex cereal and nutella sandwiches I'm so sugared up that I'm thrilled to eat vegetables again.

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I love Nutella!

When I discovered it was gluten free, I knew I could survive.

Toasted Udi's bread with Nutella and a cup of coffee is heaven. :rolleyes:

Reminds me of my old chocolate croissants.

Yum. This is one of my favorite breakfasts. In fact, I just bought some Udi's yesterday. Guess what I'm having for breakfast? lol.

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When I feel like a treat, I sometimes add a spoonful to a bowl of yogurt - easy, delicious & still somewhat healthy.

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I miss Nutella dearly.

Can't do dairy, and hazelnut was one of the only things that came up positive with allergy skin tests (even though I never noticed a problem with it - go figure).

One the plus side, I don't miss the calories! laugh.gif

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