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Frozen Nutella Hot Chocolate


If there is Nutella in my house it doesn’t seem to last even a week. As you may have seen from my other posts or to just simply quote the frank’s red hot sauce lady, “I put that sh*t on everything.”   I try not to keep it in the house because every time I walk into the kitchen I seem to grab a spoonful.

I really love the taste of hot-chocolate but it tends to lose its luster when the summer months come around.  Frozen hot chocolate , if you haven’t tried it, is a funny thing.  I know the first time I tried it I was just expecting a typical chocolate milkshake… but no.  It is totally different; it tastes just like hot chocolate but an icy version.  So anyway, this week I decided to attempt my own version of frozen hot chocolate (or what I like to call a Fro-ho).  Nutella happened to be in the house and before anyone could stop me Nutella ended up in the blender.  These frozen Nutella hot chocolates makes for an amazing spur-of the moment summer treat.


Per Serving: Calories {206} Total Fat {10 g} Protein {6 g}


Frozen Nutella Hot Chocolate

Makes 2 Fro-ho’s/Serving Size 1 Fro-ho

1 Cup Ice

1 Cup Milk

6 tablespoons Nutella

1 Packet instant hot chocolate

To make frozen hot chocolate:

1. Put all in a blender until it reaches a smooth consistency
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Strawberry Nutella Pop-tarts


This past weekend was a bit chilly and slightly gloomy.  I’ve been having a hard time trying to gauge the weather as it has been a roller coaster this whole month of April.  Our house was oddly chilly and it was lacking the warmth that normally radiates from our kitchen.  I found a great recipe for homemade pop-tarts and I was on a mission to bring the homeyness back into our home.  Pop-tarts are a pretty neat thing.  They are these little pastry-like breakfast treats with yummy gooey filling.  As the pop-tarts began to turn golden brown in the oven, and they emitted a decadent aroma, it began to feel more like home.

Per Serving : Calories {203} Total Fat {12 g} Protein {2 g}


Strawberry Nutella Pop-tarts

Makes 6 Pop-tarts/Serving Size 1 Pop-tart

1 Teaspoon water

1 egg yolk

1 Package refrigerated pie crust

6 Heaping teaspoons Nutella

6 Heaping teaspoons strawberry jelly

Sugar to sprinkle

To make pop-tarts:

1. Heat oven to 350°
2. Wisk together egg yolk and teaspoon of water and set aside
3. Roll out pie crust until relatively thin (about 1/16th of an inch thick)
4. Cut pie crust into 12 (2.5 x 3.5 inch) rectangles
5. Take 6 rectangles and spread 1 teaspoon Nutella and 1 teaspoon strawberry jelly on each
(make sure to leave a 1/2 inch boarder around the edges)
6. Top with other pie dough rectangle
7. Seal pie dough together with the prongs of a fork
8. Brush the pop-tart with egg wash mixture and sprinkle with sugar
9. Bake for 12-14 minutes or until they are golden brown
10. Let cool and eat up!! YUM
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Source| Adapted from Quick & Easy Recipes

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