I bought some when we were stocking up on supplies before Hurricane Ike got here. Because I'm all about buying necessities in times of emergency.
I tried it yesterday on some leftover biscuits from the night before.
I took the cap off, and there it was: a gold seal. A gold seal! My friends, beautiful things were in store for my taste buds. I slathered some on those cold biscuits, and licked the drop that got onto my fingers. I just about couldn't stand up. It's that good.
It's rich and creamy and chocolatey and smooth and hazelnutty all at the same time. It's truly an awakening; almost a religious experience.
I kept thinking it tasted vaguely like Ferrero Rocher. You know, those little chocolate and hazelnut candies that are so popular at Christmas? And then I noticed, on that picture up there, the word, Ferrero, right under Nutella. I am so quick.
So then Cullen sees me eating something, and crawls his little self right up onto my lap for a taste. DANGIT!!! I so did not want to share. But, bless my heart, I did. I'm sure I'll receive an eternal reward for it, too.
Luckily, Christian has not discovered that little jar in the pantry. And even if she does, it's certainly not marketed toward kids, and I don't think she'll ask to try it. Woo hoo!!!
If she does, I'll make up something about it being made with beans.
That always gets her off my back.