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February 4, 2021

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Nutella.

I couldn’t get enough when I was a kid. Whether it was slathered on a piece of toast, melted in the sandwich maker or simply eaten straight out of the jar with a spoon, Nutella was my favourite thing to eat when I was younger.

So much so that my mum would buy one jar for my brother and one jar for me, and then labelled them to avoid the inevitable “he/she had more than me” argument.

Now just a disclaimer – this happened only very occasionally. Usually in school holidays after mum had listened to 10 weeks of begging for the scrumptious spread.

And to this day I have pronounced ‘Nutella’ like most other Aussies – when I’m reading my shopping list, in my head it’s NA-TELL-AH.

But it seems I’ve been wrong all along.

According to the Nutella website, the delicious hazelnut and cocoa spread is pronounced NEW-TELL-UH.

Yep that’s right – “New-tell-uh”.

Mind blown? So was mine!

In the spirit of this revelation, here are some of the best NEW-TELL-AH recipes that you won’t regret whipping up:

4-INGREDIENT NUTELLA BROWNIE BITES

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NUTELLA MINI CROISSANTS

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NUTELLA POPSICLES

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Do your kids LOVE Nutella? Tell us how they like to eat it in the comments below. 

  • I’ve been saying it wrong all this time :-(

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  • It’s good in desserts though I’m not really a huge fan.

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  • Some of them very delicious, I wish Nutella didn’t use palm oil and switched

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  • My kids love Nutella (newtellah), my daughter is usually found hiding with it, with a spoon eating the whole jar contents away.

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  • My kids favourite spread is the Nutella. They mainly eat it with slice of bread toast.

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  • If they wanted it pronounced as New-tella then that’s how it should be spelt. I’ve only ever heard it called Nu-tella.

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  • I don’t know of anybody that pronounces it that way!!

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  • My DD has on just about anything. From croissants to pancakes to rice cakes, vita weats, toast , warmed and drizzled on icecream..

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  • It’s delicious no matter how we pronounce it.

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  • I get where they are coming from, but does it matter

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  • Is it so important how it’s pronounced ?

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  • That doesn’t sound right at all lol

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  • Whaaaat that doesn’t make any sense! It should be nut-tell-ah it has nuts in it?

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  • Ok that sounds unusual hahaha

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  • Still gonna pronounce it NUT-tella ahahaha
    It just doesn’t sound right saying newtella!!!

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