Nutella at Breakfast

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2010/04/19 02:22:37 (permalink)

Nutella at Breakfast

I never see anyone bring up Nutella as a breakfast item. It's a little rich that early, but the cocoa in there has got to be acting like caffiene, right? I like it on my Francisco Round Sourdough toast, or an English Muffin. The hazelnuts have to be a reasonably healthy ingredient, if fattening.
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    RC51Mike
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/19 07:20:15 (permalink)
    Peanut butter toast topped with Nutella for breakfast.  Banana/Nutella crepes.  Nutella straight out of the jar.
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/19 07:40:40 (permalink)
    For me, Nutella on hot buttered toast is more of an elevenses thing than breakfast. There's something about it that fits the mid morning snack chasm more than first-thing food.  Nutella & banana toasties are good too. I also used to have a thing about Nutella on Ritz crackers
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/19 20:54:02 (permalink)
    I like it on crusty fresh made french bread. I had it many times for breakfast when I lived in Belgium. There was a patisserie on nearly every block in downtown Mons Belgium.
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/20 12:15:10 (permalink)
    W/O my glasses I thought this thread was about a dish some folks in Louisiana enjoy... Nutria for breakfast. It's an overlooked food source I think.
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/20 12:25:09 (permalink)
    PapaJoe8

    W/O my glasses I thought this thread was about a dish some folks in Louisiana enjoy... Nutria for breakfast. It's an overlooked food source I think.
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    That's the very reason I could never see myself trying it.  The name is just too close.
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/20 13:18:14 (permalink)
    Delta Airlines has little packets of Nutella available in its Crown Room Clubs (airport lounges).
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/20 15:46:20 (permalink)
    Nutella on brioche toast is my wife's favorite breakfast food to eat at home.  After a night of drinking, I like a grilled Nutella sandwich (think a grilled cheese with Nutella instead of cheese).
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/04/20 15:58:10 (permalink)
    To PJ8: Some years ago, Paul Prudhomme (sp?) did try cooking nutria, with limited success. He said, "It accepts seasoning well.", a polite way of saying something else. Evidently everything about nutria is abominable, which is why the state of Louisiana will PAY you to shoot them.
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    Re:Nutella at Breakfast 2010/10/05 00:20:25 (permalink)
    In Italy, Nutella packets are served at breakfast.  Even though I'm no chocoholic, I thought it was great idea.  Ingleside Restaurant in Belmont, CA, slathers it over a waffle. 
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