Celiac disease safe recipes for World Nutella Day
World Nutella Day was created to celebrate the delicious hazelnut spread on Feb. 5, but you can use the gluten-free recipes throughout the year. Nutella is gluten-free, and Ferrero states there is no risk of cross contamination during the manufacturing process. Although you can enjoy the spread straight from the jar with a big spoon, you may want to try these ideas.
According to Ferrero, Nutella is made with hazelnuts, skim milk and cocoa, so gluten is not an issue. In addition, the company confirms that it is careful about avoiding cross contamination with the protein. The hazelnut spread can be used in a variety of recipes ranging from milkshakes to cookies. It is versatile, and easy to incorporate into multiple desserts.
The 2-ingredient Nutella brownies are gluten-free and only require a jar of Nutella and four eggs. If you are looking for another easy recipe with the spread, then the no-bake Nutella peanut butter cookies are an option. After mixing all the ingredients, the delicious cookies are refrigerated, but they do not last long in most households. The gluten-free Nutella chocolate mousse only takes 15 minutes to make and does not require an oven.
If you are looking for more unusual ways to use the hazelnut spread, then you may want to consider the goat cheese and nutella sandwich with three basic ingredients. There is also a Nutella french toast grilled cheese sandwich recipe. If the thought of adding the spread to cheese and bread makes you cling to the jar, then you may want to think about some of the other alternatives. Parents who are trying to get their children to eat more vegetables may want to try the gluten-free and vegan crunchy Nutella zucchini cream pie bars. Busy professionals who do not have a lot of time to bake or cook may want to use the gluten-free Nutella cake in a mug recipe. Of course, the easiest recipe only requires a spoon and a jar to make people happy.
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