Nutella Chocolate Milk

5 from 1 vote

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This Nutella chocolate milk (or hot chocolate) is the tastiest hack for chocolate milk lovers. Food waste is the worst, and not only does this trick prevent the last dredges of your Nutella from going to waste, it transforms those leftover bits into an incredible treat. Kids and adults will go crazy for this recipe, which makes a hot chocolate or chocolate milk, depending on if you prefer a hot or cold beverage.

When your Nutella jar is about 95% empty and scraping out the last bits feels like a chore, it’s time to make this treat. Simply add your favorite hot milk (cow, almond, oat, whatever you love) to the nearly-empty Nutella jar, secure the lid, and shake vigorously. Voila: hot chocolate! You can also cool down the mixture and enjoy it as chocolate milk.

Nutella Chocolate Milk

This Nutella chocolate milk (or hot chocolate) is the tastiest hack for chocolate milk lovers.
5 from 1 vote
Servings: 1
Author: The Modern Nonna
Prep Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients 

  • large jar of Nutella, almost empty
  • 1-1 ½ cups milk of choice (I used unsweetened almond milk)

Instructions 

  • Simply add your favorite hot milk (cow, almond, oat, whatever you love) to the nearly-empty Nutella jar, secure the lid, and shake vigorously. Voila: hot chocolate! You can also cool down the mixture and enjoy it as delicious chocolate milk.

Notes

You can add hot coffee to the Nutella jar instead for a decadent cup of coffee. 
Use any milk of choice and the amount will depend on how much chocolate you have left on the bottom of the jar. If you have a little, add 1 cup milk and if you have more, add 2 cups hot milk instead. 
Cool it down and refrigerate for the best tasting chocolate milk. 
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