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Celebrating World Nutella Day 2018 In Sydney

Yes, World Nutella Day is real! You can thank US blogger Sara Rosso for that after she made it a thing 11 years ago. And, you can thank us too for sharing our top four eateries to taste Nutella-infused treats inside Sydney.

And please, no drooling on the keyboard…

Doughnut Time

Food coma, anyone? I know I do. Doughnut Time has ballooned into one of those trendy places to get your sugar fix. And for World Nutella Day, they leave no room to disappoint. Because they’ve got four to choose from!

Clockwise from top left: Stranger Rings 2.0, ‘Tella She’s Dreaming, Love At First Bite, Montella Jordan. Image: Supplied

Clockwise from top left: Stranger Rings 2.0, ‘Tella She’s Dreaming, Love At First Bite, Montella Jordan. Image: Supplied

There’s Stranger Rings 2.0, which is a chocolate glazed doughnut with Oreo crumbs, Nutella and edible glitter. Then there’s Love At First Bite, a Nutella-filled doughnut, dusted with cinnamon sugar. Also there’s the Montella Jordan, a cream-glazed, Nutella-filled doughnut topped with sprinkles, totes hazelnuts, mini chocolate chips, and a mini Nutella jar. And finally, to melt your tonsils, there’s the ‘Tella She’s Dreaming, a Nutella-filled doughnut with chocolate glaze, Nutella drizzle, Nutella brownie, red, white and black sprinkles, topped with gold leaf and a mini Nutella jar. I mean, seriously, check it out:

Tella Balls Dessert Bar

Okay, maybe, like some of us, you prefer something a little less “batter-ing”. Well, Tella Balls Dessert Bar has got your covered. Meet Tella Frozee, the “World’s first Nutella Slurpee”:

Nutella Slurpee at Tella Balls Dessert Bar. Image: Supplied

Nutella Slurpee at Tella Balls Dessert Bar. Image: Supplied

Okay, I lied. They do have a special treat that’ll batter you out of the park! But hey, I’m Nutelling You…. (Which is totally what they call it!). It features chocolate mud cake with a Nutella batter and iced in Salted Nutella Buttercream drizzled in a Belgian Chocolate Ganache Drip, and finally topped with not one but two Nutella jars, Nutella popcorn, Nutella chocolate bars and edible 24 karat gold leaf. It’s $45 and totally worth it!

Im Nutelling You at Tella Balls Dessert Bar. Image: Supplied

Im Nutelling You at Tella Balls Dessert Bar. Image: Supplied

My Sweet Box

Okay, you think I cannot out-Nutella the last post? Well check this out: My Sweet Box is offering a Nutella-overloaded box called Tella-Box. It features cronuts and Nutella-infused balls lathered with cinnamon sugar and topped with a splosh of Nutella on top, with mini cute-sized Nutella jars, and a syringe filled with Nutella. Stop your drooling!

Tella-Box at My Sweet Box. Image: Supplied

Tella-Box at My Sweet Box. Image: Supplied

Piccolo Me

Coffee and chocolate? Say no more! Piccolo me has four specially-crafted, Nutella-infused treats for you to feast on:

Firstly, there’s the Nutella Bomb. They created this five years ago and it features a block of frozen Nutella on a stick that you dunk into a hot cup of milk or coffee served with crushed Cadbury choc flakes. It’ll be $2 on World Nutella Day.

Nutella Bomb at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Nutella Bomb at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Then, there’s the Fried Maltella, which is simply Nutella fried ice cream topped with crushed Maltesers and warm salted caramel sauce.

Fried Maltella at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Fried Maltella at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Third, there is the Crospresso. This is a Nutella croissant cup created to hold a coffee shot. Not just a sugar fix, but also a caffeine fix too.

Crospresso at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Crospresso at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

And lastly, there’s the Esprookie. A Nutella cookie cup created to hold a coffee shot. Oh my lord.

Esprookie at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Esprookie at Piccolo Me. Image: Supplied

Considering the fact that “Nutella” pops up 33 times in this post, I think it may suffice to slip into a cocoa coma.

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