​The Amazing Gadget That Will Solve All Your Nutella Problems

The end of a jar of Nutella is a very sad sight - not only because it's the end of a great thing, but also because there are always at least a couple of unreachable spoonfuls left lurking at the bottom. It's one of life's biggest tragedies.

Sure, the truly desperate among us are happy to almost break our hands by wedging them in to scoop whatever's left out with our fingers, but even that usually fails.

Enter the Mini Supoon, a magical contraption that will solve all of your wasted Nutella and dislocated finger woes.

The flexible spoon is perfect for scraping the last of the Nutella from the jar, thanks to its unique squeegee-style tip.

Its item description says: "Mini Supoon is the super handy one teaspoon version of our Supoon, the world's best cooking spoon.

"It has a flat squeegee tip and flexible scraping sides which make it awesome for scraping every last little bit out of a jar or container."

And it's not just great for reaching the last remnants of Nutella, either, but works for fiddly jars of jam, mustard, pickle, honey - or any other condiment for that matter.Credit: Dreamfarm
Credit: Dreamfarm

When you set the spoon down, its head also sits elevated from the surface, meaning you won't get everything dripping all over the table.

It's a ground-breaking product for Nutella lovers, and at under $10 it's a pretty good life investment. Plus that promotional video is really, really satisfying to watch.

And while you wait for yours to arrive in the post you can also take advantage of similarly revolutionary Nutella news, thanks to the recent introduction of white chocolate Nutella ice cream at one ice cream shop in Ayrshire.

The artisan ice cream makers at Vanilla Joe's have whipped up the magical creation so that you, humble reader, can take your Nutella dedication to an entirely new level.

Credit: Vanilla Joe's
Credit: Vanilla Joe's

Combining three of everyone's favourite things in life, it marks a new era in chocolate spread addiction - and also means we'll no longer face judgement for not bothering with a slice of toast to slather it on. Nope, this one needs no vehicle other than a spoon. Or a trowel, maybe.

After a photo was posted to Vanilla Joe's social media pages, it seemed people were more than happy with this new creation.

Someone on Facebook even told their partner it was 'divorce material' if she wasn't taken for some, while another tagged a pal and said: "We need to try this on the next cheat day."

"I need this tonight!" wrote one Instagram user, while another referred to it as a 'game changer'.

What an exciting time to be a Nutella fan, eh?

Featured Image Credit: Dreamfarm

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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