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A bloke has revealed how to make your very own Nutella ice cream and better still it only requires two ingredients - one of which is Nutella - and no special equipment. Check out how to make it yourself here:
Australian cake delivery company Cake Mail shared the delicious little recipe on its Instagram page where fans were left drooling.
The ice cream, which takes minutes to prep, is made using Nutella and double cream - that's it.
Simply scoop out some of the Nutella from a jar, top up with the cream, give it a good old shake around to mix it and then pop it in the freezer for a couple of hours to set.
Et voila - you're very own Nutella ice cream.
This really is fantastic news for my taste buds.
And, of course it's not just me who is dying to give this a whirl - the video has racked up more than a thousand likes and plenty of comments from folks who are keen to make it themselves.
One person said: "This is second level. No more spoon in the jar. This could be my new addiction."
Someone else said: "Maybe this is what I should be doing instead of eating Nutella out of the jar." Nah, I reckon you should still keep doing that, too, mate.
A third person said: "But imagine Biscoff instead of Nutella." Be still my beating, cholesterol filled heart.
Now, while you might enjoy ploughing your way through an entire jar with a spoon, you may still be pronouncing the name of the hazelnut spread incorrectly.
Earlier this year, Nutella's parent company Ferrero finally revealed exactly how we should have been saying it all along.
And, according to the chocolatiers, the emphasis should be put on the 'N' and 'OU', with the correct pronunciation being NOUtella.
OK, well that's me looking foolish.
Yep, if you, like me, are one of the 78 percent of Brits who has been calling it NUTella all these years, it appears you have been embarrassing yourself.
In a statement Nutella, Ferrero UK & Ireland said: "As Nutella is enjoyed in every corner of the world, there has long been some fun debates on how it should be pronounced.
"Our Nutella team wanted to share how we pronounce the iconic spread's name. We emphasise the 'NOU' in 'NOU-tella', but we don't mind how our fans decide to pronounce it - the most important thing to us is that you enjoy it."
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