Nutella Feta Delight

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This is funny but I have never tried Nutella before. Like never ever. Like, the jar you see in the picture above is my first ever jar of Nutella. Yeah, I know. How do people like me exist? I don’t know why but I always equated Nutella to peanut butter and I am not a big fan of peanut butter.

But then the Blogging Marathon came up with Nutella and I finally decided to succumb to my supermarket’s efforts at constantly thrusting Nutella to my face. And when I first tried it – Boy oh boy! What was I doing all my life?

My first attempt at a Nutella dish that does not just involve the Nutella jar, a spoon and me is a yummy and simple sandwich.

WHAT WE NEED

4 slices of bread

3 tbsp Nutella 

3 tbsp Feta cheese

WHAT TO DO

  • Toast the bread lightly. It’s totally optional but I usually like toasted bread.
  • Apply Nutella generously on the toasted slices
  • Spread the feta cheese on the Nutella. If you are unable to spread it, then just sprinkle it on top of the bread slice.
  • Put two slices together 
  • Sink your teeth in and go ummmmmm

It’s perfect for a quick breakfast or snack. And most important, this is my two year old daughter certified!

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This is my entry for the Blogging Marathon under Nutella Galore.

  

  
Check out what the other marathoners have cooked up in this edition of #BM55

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3 thoughts on “Nutella Feta Delight

  1. Peanut butter and Nutella are 2 separate animals — one tastes infinitely better than the other (luckily you tasted the better one and so you know which one). Yay–for tasting Nutella and double yay for loving it šŸ™‚ I can’t imagine my pantry without it — my kids will probably disown me if I don’t have Nutella on hand ALL the time.
    That is a very interesting sandwich with salt & sweet — must have tasted great.

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