Nutella Biscuits are “crunch golden baked cookies” with a “creamy coronary heart” (learn: heart) crammed with Nutella chocolaty hazelnut unfold.
A 9.7-oz pouch prices $4.79 however I obtained this courtesy of Nutella.
The Nutella Biscuit presents an fascinating type issue. First, there is a cookie disc, embossed with a coronary heart and an “n” at its heart. Second, there is a cookie “container” crammed with Nutella that capabilities like a tart crust. The cookie disc is barely smaller than the cookie “container” and suits on prime of it as a lid for the Nutella.
The cookie is crumbly like shortbread however with out the butteriness. There’s not an entire lot of taste to the cookie nevertheless it presents crunchy, crumbly texture.
The Nutella inside appears thicker than the Nutella you get out of a jar, which is sensible because the cookies would in all probability collapse within the pouch in any other case. In any other case, it has the identical candy, barely creamy, chocolate-hazelnut taste. There is a good stability in each style and texture between the Nutella and the cookies.
Taken altogether, I discovered myself having fun with Nutella Biscuits fairly a bit because the cookie served as a pleasant, crunchy car for delivering Nutella to my mouth and the stability between Nutella and cookie was a bit extra even versus the recently-released Nutella B-ready (which was extra Nutella-heavy).
Dietary Data – Ferrero Nutella Biscuits
Serving Measurement – 2 cookies (28g)
Energy – 140 (from Fats – 60)
Fats – 7g (Saturated Fats – 3g)
Sodium – 60mg
Carbs – 18g (Sugar – 10g)
Protein – 2g
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