February 10, 2012

FFwD: Nutella Tartine

We aren't French, but Nutella is a staple in our house that is used on a daily basis.  My kids don't have PB&J in their lunch boxes, they have PB&N!  So, today they had turkey for lunch knowing what was coming after school.  

I bought some nice little brioche rolls for this sweet little treat.  I don't particularly like marmalade, so I made mine with some apricot jam that I had in the fridge.  Topped with toasted hazelnuts and enjoyed with a cup of tea!

Didn't plan this to look like a heart... have a
Happy Valentine's Day!


14 comments:

  1. Awww - you made a tartine heart :-)

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  2. You didn't plan it but it sure looks pretty! I also used an apricot spread and loved it.

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    1. Thanks! I couldn't comment on your blog for some reason? I haven't had or thought about saltines in years, probably because I can't get them where I live. Bet the saltiness of the crackers was good with the chocolate.

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  3. I first pulled out the apricot spread and then went for raspberry which was also really great. Just needed something red at this time of year. Looks great.

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  4. I think raspberry or apricot sounds perfect for this. Yum.

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    1. I bet raspberry would be good too.

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  5. Seems like several people used apricot jam. I think that was a good choice. Your tartine looks delicious.

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  6. My first reaction when I saw your photo was "awww how appropriate for this time of year....a heart!". I love the mild tartness of apricot jam too though the pairing of chocolate and orange is classic. Glad your kids love their afternoon snack.

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    1. Orange & chocolate is a great combo. Kids loved it and are eating it again today. Always nice to find a new snack :)

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  7. If the other kids find out that this is what's being served as a snack at your house, watch out for the deluge!

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  8. So cute! What a great idea to use for V-Day. Bet this kids loved this when they got home from school!

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  9. Nothing wrong with an accidental heart, assuming you have leftovers for Valentine's Day.

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