One of the tastiest spreads that you could put on your morning piece of toast or smear over a banana for something totally different is Nutella. While peanut butter is the common go-to condiment, if you are a choco-holic, you’re going to love the rich and creamy taste that this condiment has to offer.
Just like peanut butter, Nutella is a higher calorie condiment however so you will have to watch out for how much you use.
Let’s give you the nutritional facts on Nutella that you need to know about.
Major Nutrients Found In Nutella
Nutella is a chocolate tasting spread that is made from a base of Hazelnuts, so will be filled with healthy fat content. It is slightly higher in total sugar content than natural peanut butter is, so those who are watching their sugar intake or their body weight will want to be sure to use this food in moderation.
Nutella is going to be a rich source of vitamin E and Copper while being low in cholesterol.
To ensure maximum freshness, Nutella should be kept stored at room temperature in a cool, dry place to maintain maximum flavor. You should never place this spread in the fridge however, and should keep away from direct heat as well.
Eat It With:
Nutella tastes great with toast, bagels, whole grain English muffins, smeared over top of bananas, apples, or strawberries, or can be melted and used as a sauce as well.
Burn Off Calories In Nutella
To burn off the number of calories in a serving of Nutella you would have to do:
- 20 minutes of jogging
- 35 minutes of brisk walking
- 28 minutes of intense circuit training