Michele Ferrero, Italian entrepreneur, chocolate manufacturer and creator of Nutella, the chocolate hazelnut spread beloved the world over, passed away quietly at the age of 89 on Valentine’s Day. Many a scrumptious recipe has been developed (not to mention a blog post written) and a diet hastily broken by this delightfully sinful concoction. Some of my favorite ways of indulging in Nutella are spreading it on a rice cake topped with raspberries, or swirling it on pancakes, sliced strawberries or English muffins. Of course, spooning it straight out of the jar works too. And although I’ve never baked with Nutella, this Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction might get me to put down the spoon and get out the baking sheet.
Rest in peace Mr. Ferrero; regardless of how I get my Nutella fix, my spoon salutes you.
4 thoughts on “RIP Michele Ferrero, Creator of Nutella”
I decorated a cake with Nutella and Ferrero Rocher but don’t think I have used Nutella as an ingredient yet. Not sure why not!
Me too, but I’m going to try a cookie recipe!
I discovered Bueno bars while living in Mexico…yumm! My stepdaughter and I have Nutella waffles every day for breakfast. We are just slightly addicted… From my experience it’s better as a topping than as a baking ingredient. 🙂
Mmmm, Nutella on almost anything is a good thing! Thanks for stopping by!