Nutella is all the rage, especially on college campuses. It is one of the most popular spreads in the world. The manufacturer, Ferrero, uses over a quarter of the world’s supply of hazelnuts. Considering the decadence of the flavor and creamy goodness, it is a true treat. So, are Nutella and marijuana the perfect combination?
You can not say Nutella is nutritious, but it does supply some key vitamins and minerals needed for good health. The hazelnut content can boost the health of your heart if eaten moderately because of the sugar and high fat content.
It is the fat content which allows it to mix well with cannabis oil and to deliver the best experience. Omega-3 fatty acids found in nuts and can enhance the high of THC edibles. These healthy fats bind to the cannabinoid receptors in our brains and help THC pass through the blood-brain barrier quicker. This can help your Nutella treat hit faster and last longer.
Marijuana Nutella – Quick & Easy
- Store bought Nutella
- Cannabis infused oil
Place Nutella in a mixing bowl.
Fold and stir in one dose of cannabis oil for each serving of Nutella. You want to mix it in until it has been evenly disrupted and melded into the chocolate.
Store in the fridge, spread on toast, or just eat it from the container!
The ancestor of Nutella started with Napoleon. In his war with the British, he led a continental blockade causing the cost of chocolate to skyrocket. Italian chocolatiers in Turin, Italy began adding chopped hazelnuts to chocolate to make supplies last as long as possible. This delicious paste was then dubbed ‘gianduia’.
Chocolate became expensive once more due to rationing in Europe during World War II. It was then that Pietro Ferrero, an Italian pastry maker, turned to the hazelnut for salvation again. In 1946, he created Pasta Gianduja, which was renamed ‘Nutella’ in 1964. Its popularity is undeniable, with one jar sold every 2.5 seconds across the world.,
The success of Nutella has made the Ferrero family one of the richest in Italy. The company also makes Kinder Chocolate and Ferrero Rocher.