Anyone who's addicted to chocolate knows that there is chocolate and then there is a nutella. The chocolate and hazelnut spread has been around since 1940, and although it has many imitations on the market, there is nothing like the original and real Nutella.
Nutella continues to be the favorite forbidden pleasure of the market and the world-wide. So it is not surprising that the Nutella fans decided to start the tradition of the Nutella Day celebration in 2007. The sweet celebration was launched by social networks by Nutella bloggers and fans, and soon joined by tens of thousands of Nutella devotees who were happy to show their appreciation for the amazing spread online.
You will not believe it, but chocolate Nutella was invented because of the infamous World War II. During the war, the price of cocoa beans in Italy rose greatly, so the manufacturer of the chocolate spread, Pietro Ferrero, added to his spread cream made from nuts instead of chocolate. Pietro Ferrero died in 1949 and left his girlfriend, Ferrero, to his son Michele Ferrero. Michele Ferrero is considered the richest man in Italy and among the 30 richest people in the world. On February 14, 2016, Michele Ferrero died.
On February 5 each year, Nutella fans from all over the world unite and celebrate the existence of this wonderful chocolate spread by eating a spoon straight out of the box, uploading pictures of chocolate in Nutella, publishing creative Nutella recipes and integrating Nutella into all day meals.
There's no limit to what you can do with Nutella. You can start the day with pancakes with Nutella, continue with espresso mixed with a spoon of Nutella (unbelievable as it tastes good!), Add Nutella to cake, ice cream and melted and even salty foods. There is no limit to imagination!