Sunday, May 16, 2010

Day 43 with Nutella

How about Nutella with animal crackers?  Sounds good to me.  According to Wikipedia,  animal crackers are crackers in the shapes of animals, some brands of which are sweetened. These are usually animals one would see at the zoo or circus, including lions, tigers, bears, and elephants. There is debate about whether or not animal crackers are actually crackers or cookies. They resemble crackers due to the way they are made, with layered dough, but the use of sweetened dough gives them the cookie taste and consistency. Traditionally they come in a box with a handle on the top. The string handle was originally added so the box could be hung as a Christmas ornament and carried easily by young children.  Probably more than you wanted to know about animal crackers...anyway, next time you and your kids are bored you can play animals ( animal crackers) get stuck in the mud pit ( Nutella) and then eaten by the big monster ( you)!

23 comments:

  1. Good food while watching a late night show or even when you are traveling.

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  2. The string handle was originally added so the box could be hung as a Christmas ornament and carried easily by young children. Probably more than you wanted to know about animal crackers.anyway, next time you and your kids are bored you can play animals.

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  3. The string handle was originally added so the box could be hung as a Christmas ornament and carried easily by young children. Probably more than you wanted to know about animal crackers.anyway, next time you and your kids are bored you can play animals.

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  4. The string handle was originally added so the box could be hung as a Christmas ornament and carried easily by young children. Probably more than you wanted to know about animal crackers.anyway, next time you and your kids are bored you can play animals.

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  5. I just found your blog and I share your love of Nutella. I have a great recipe for Nutella Mousse and Nutella Hot Chocolate. Here is a link to my blog, Cooking In Pajamas, with the recipes. Feel free to try them out, and share them with your readers. The mousse is so easy and I make it to serve at dinner parties all the time. It is always a crowd pleaser!

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  6. Good food i like this,thanx for sharing.

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  7. Its Probably more than you wanted to know about animal crackers.anyway, next time you and your kids are bored you can play animals. love your blog.

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  8. Well, I have a great recipe for Nutella Mousse and Nutella Hot Chocolate. Feel free to try them out, and share them with your readers. The mousse is so easy and I make it to serve at dinner parties all the time. thanx for the post.

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  9. Well, Nice interesting to read. thanks for the whole 356 days story.

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  10. My absolute favorite use for Nutella is as a filling for crepes. Classic french preparation. Yum!

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  11. The mousse is so easy and I make it to serve at dinner parties all the time. It is always a crowd pleaser, nice recipe.

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  12. I have a great recipe for Nutella Mousse and Nutella Hot Chocolate. Here is a link to my blog, Cooking In Pajamas, with the recipes. Feel free to try them out, and share them with your readers.

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  13. Wow, The mousse is so easy and I make it to serve at dinner parties all the time. It is always a crowd pleaser! thanx for sharing.

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  14. I love the taste and its very good. I like eating it while watching my favorite.

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  15. Nice information about Nutella . Thanks for the share. I really like your blog.

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  16. My kiddie really loves to eat that animal shaped crackers..It will more yummier with that Nutella. Perfect! I'm sure my baby will love it more! Thanks

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  17. Wow, The mousse is so easy and I make it to serve at dinner parties all the time. It is always a crowd pleaser! thanx for posting.

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  18. do you like it? i just had some yesterday for the first time, and i wasnt sure if i liked it or not. its like melted hersheys + almonds. i thought it tasted weird with only bread but does anyone know good resipies w/ nutella?

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  19. I have a great recipe for Nutella Mousse and Nutella Hot Chocolate. Here is a link to my blog, Cooking In Pajamas, with the recipes. Feel free to try them out, and share them with your readers. thanx for the post.

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  20. Wow, just find your blog, its really informative for me, thanx for the wonderful post, keep it up.

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  21. I love Nutella... I made in a chocolate cookie crust and cut the sugar to 1/4 cup and this was unbelievably decadent. Got more than 8 servings because a little goes such a long way with this recipe. Super! thanks

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  22. This is a very fun quest you are on! Love it!

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  23. Well, I make it to serve at dinner parties all the time, thanx for sharing.

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