Five Nutella-themed desserts to celebrate World Nutella Day in Denver


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2) Marco's Coal Fired Pizza
Looking for a unique way to eat Nutella? Look no further than Marco's Coal Fired Pizza, which has created a dessert pizza that is out of this world. Creamy Nutella melts into Marco's signature warm crust, which is then dusted with powdered sugar. No matter how full you are, you cannot leave Marco's without indulging in this famous dessert pizza. It's a genius combination!

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1) Central Bar & Bistro
At Central Bar & Bistro, food is the central focus. Both the dinner and Sunday brunch menus are full of outstanding dishes that put a modern twist on comfort food. But be sure to end your meal with a dessert that you'll swoon over: the Nutella Waffle. This sweet creation puts bananas and a butterscotch-rum sauce on top a fluffy, golden waffle in a variation on bananas Foster that also carries a hint of Nutella. Waffles are not just for breakfast any more!



Location Info

Crepes 'n Crepes

2816 E. 3rd Ave., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

H Burger Co. - CLOSED

1710 Pearl St., Boulder, CO

Category: Restaurant

Tee & Cakes

1932 14th St., Boulder, CO

Category: Restaurant

Marco's Coal-Fired Pizzeria

2129 Larimer St., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

Central Bistro & Bar

1691 Central St., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

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Patrick Esser
Patrick Esser

Eating Peanut Butter instead because Nutella is high calorie, high glycemic, MSG-laced disgusting grossness!

Mantonat
Mantonat topcommenter

I will gladly support local restaurants by ordering their Nutella desserts, but the only one I really need is that first picture  - a solo spoonful.

Mantonat
Mantonat topcommenter

@Patrick Esser Everything's bad for you if you eat enough of it. Enjoy a little Nutella, or if you are too afraid of it, make your own chocolate-hazelnut spread at home. Chocolate, hazelnuts, food processor, whirr, bam.

By the way, many people feel that peanuts are bad for you because of lectins and phytic acid  and because they are a source of unnecessary carbohydrates and produce a big glycemic response. Aflatoxin in peanuts also seems to be a growing concern. Most of the peanut butter people eat is loaded with sugar, preservatives, and partially-hydrogenated fats. 

ScubaSteve
ScubaSteve topcommenter

@Patrick Esser 

Peanut butter is high in fat and calories, and the FDA has determined that MSG is safe.

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