Piper is enjoying what we’ll forever refer to as “The Summer of Nutella.” You know the hazelnut chocolate spread?
She wants it on everything. She likes to keep an extra smear on her chin “for later.”
“Nutella’s the perfect topping!” Piper says. “If you put it on something healthy, like oatmeal, it’s still healthy underneath. It’s magic, really.”
Piper has requested a healthy dose of Nutella on the normal stuff: toast, strawberries, crepes, each of her fingers. She’s also tried to convince me to spread it on: veggie dogs, cheese, tortilla chips, each of her fingers.
I admit that she’s even inspired me. After I put Piper to sleep last night, I pulled out a buffet of other things we hadn’t previously dipped: cheese puffs (yuck), crab chips (surprisingly not terrible), goldfish (eh), animal crackers (yum), and pita crisps (awesome).
Tonight, though, we entered true Nutella heaven. We went out for dessert to a new cafe. Piper was expecting something good, but nothing like this:
I’d tell you how good it was, but Piper wouldn’t even share a bite.
my son went through a Nutella stage – now he can’t look at the stuff (he is 21 though)
I wonder if a Nutella phase is simply another developmental milestone in life. My hips can’t wait until we’re on the other side of this one.
thank goodness I never got on the Nutella bandwagon
Two words: nutella shakes.
Oh my. Can’t wait to try these!