21 September 2012

make it: nutella steamer

in honor of the first day of fall (yay!)... 
i'm sharing a special recipe that's best enjoyed on crisp autumn evenings: nutella steamers. enjoy!

you'll need: nutella / milk (cow's, soy, or almond) / cinnamon 

1. heat up your milk. on the stovetop is best for warm, frothy milk. mmm.

2. pour your milk into a mug and dump an oversize dollop of nutella in. stir.

3. top off with a pinch of cinnamon. enjoy with a good book & comfy pillow. 

36 comments:

  1. oh my this looks amazing, definitely trying this! xx

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  2. Mouthwatering :P Although it's not cold here at all - I want one NOW!

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  3. Ummm....I just died a little this sounds so good. I'm going to be trying this very soon.

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  4. Wow, easy and sounds great. Ill have to try this this weekend. thanks!

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  5. genius! I want to curl up under a blanket by the fire and drink one of these!

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  6. this is my type of drink--i need to buy some more nutella, i might have eaten most of mine out of the jar oops.

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  7. Holy moly this looks delicious....I am going to have to try this!

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  8. Heck ya! That looks fabulous. I'll have to use almond milk though since I'm on a strict no dairy diet. I will look forward to the day when I can drink milk again (nursing a baby who can't tolerate when I eat dairy)

    - Sarah
    agirlintransit.blogspot.com

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  9. i just went dreamy eyed. i'm so picking up nutella on the way from work...

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  10. this sounds heavenly. I am going to have to try it. We dont have one here, but back home we have this little euro milk frother and you put the hot milk in it and it puts so much air into it that it nearly doubles in volume. I can't wait to try nutella with that when I get home :) (as in back to the east coast at some point.

    thanks for the tip!
    love,
    elisabeth

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  11. I am making this asap! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  12. Even though our days are warming up, I'm still in the mood for hot chocolates! Can't wait to give this a go!

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  13. I now have my milk on the stove and Nutella in my mug... May be warm outside, but man this house is cold!! Thanks for sharing :)

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  14. Looks so good!! And that pot is just lovely!!

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  15. Wow that looks so good. Will be trying that out for sure. Thanks for sharing:-)

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  16. This sounds so delicious, almost too dangerous to even try it once. I am definitely a culprit of being found late at night in the kitchen with a nutella jar and a spoon! I grew up drinking vanilla milk in the winter, which is the same concept: heated milk, vanilla extract, and cinnamon! :)
    Hope all is well!
    xo hannah

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  17. Oh my goodness this couldn't be more perfect for the first rainy saturday of fall! I've never heard of these before. SO going to try one of these. As soon as I can get myself some Nutella. :)
    Thanks so much!
    Trish

    www.jellybonesblog.blogspot.com

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  18. Ohhh that sounds sooo good right now! Gimme!
    xo Heather
    http://ahopelessnotebook.blogspot.com/

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  19. I shall have to try this, we have a new unopened jar of nutella in the kitchen cupboard...

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  20. OOOh this is such a good idea!! Can't wait to try :) I love Nutella!! Well, who doesn't? ;)

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  21. It must be delicious ! Will definitely do. Your mug is cute !

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  22. totally just bought those mugs from anthro! I love your blog so much!!

    http://everythingsalwayssunny.blogspot.com

    kristin
    xx

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  23. Mmmmm, nutella is one of my favorite things!! I am definitely trying this once the weather gets chilly :)

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  24. @jennifer lane designs. uhm, together? let's!

    @kristin reynolds: you'll love 'em forever! & thanks for reading along.

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  25. Oh yum! My bday is tomorrow, I definitely want this as treat in the morning ;) Thanks for the recipe :)

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