That homemade Nutella looks insanely good! Yumm! I might have to try that out!
I am so excited for this! :)
That last photo is making me drool, it looks amazing! I now need chocolate.
I always need chocolate!:)
Yum, this looks beautiful and delicious. I agree, skinning hazelnuts is a chore I can do without.
Such a great thing to make yourself, rather then buying a jar full of good knows what! Nice:)
Heh, it looks like a thumbprint in the last shot... I wouldn't blame you if it is! Beautiful photos.
Ha! It does, doesn't it? It's actually the tracks of the serrated edge of a butter knife, which I had used to get my nutella fix earlier in the day. I just couldn't wait until after I shot the photos.
Wow, this looks delicious! Using dark chocolate is a great idea.
do you think you could use Fat Free sweetened condensed milk or would it affect the consistency too much?
It's worth a try. I think it might make it runnier, but that could be a good thing. If you try it, let me know how it turns out!
I don't have a food processor, think the blender will do justice?
I must admit to having limited experience with blenders. I think it's worth a try, though it might be more difficult to get a smooth consistency. If you try it, let me know how it turn out!
Looks good. The one I make calls for unsweetened Dutch processed cocoa powder, pure vanilla, powdered sugar, salt and hazelnut oil. No dairy and can be stored in or out of the refrigerator for up to one month.
Will work for food... I mean comments