Lidl Hazelnuts 200g (unshelled)
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Lidl Hazelnuts 200g (unshelled)

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Found 16th Dec 2013
Hello
Great price for hazelnuts kernels!
Just bought some from Warrington store, not sure if it's a national deal. Great for homemade nutella and Christmas baking

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thanks

I'll get some for the wife.
Your nuts my dear.

this deal is nuts

They do 200g shelled hazlenuts and almonds for about same price as well (usually above freezer, opposite eggs)
Edited by: "indianajon" 16th Dec 2013


Cracking.....

Nice Thanks

indianajon

They do 200g shelled hazlenuts and almonds for about same price as well … They do 200g shelled hazlenuts and almonds for about same price as well (usually above freezer, opposite eggs)


The ones in this post are 74p for 200g = £3.70 / kg.

The shelled hazelnuts are £7.45 / kg from Lidl. (200g for £1.49).

Which are better value? Somebody needs to weigh the amount of edible nut you get from 100g of unshelled nuts!
Edited by: "OB1" 16th Dec 2013

oleola

Great for homemade nutella


What's your recipe? I call mine Nutelthier.

That's Healthy Nutella. Gettit?

thanks

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OB1

What's your recipe? I call mine Nutelthier. That's Healthy Nutella. … What's your recipe? I call mine Nutelthier. That's Healthy Nutella. Gettit?



I change my recipe every time I make it but usually I start with a chocolate spread recipe:

100gr dates soaked in water overnight
50ml homemade coconut milk (cow's milk, is fine too)
2 tbs cocoa powder
pinch of salt

For nutella:
100gr hazelnuts
If you have a powerful blender process nuts until you get a sticky dough almost to a nut butter stage (you can add a spoon or two of oil to make it quicker) and add the rest of the ingredients and process until you get a smooth, creamy, thick chocolate spread.

If not, process dates, cocoa powder and milk and add chopped nuts.


You can also make "Christmas flavor" chocolate - just add a pinch of: cinnamon, ginger & cardamom,

Sorry I can't give you an accurate proportions, it will taste delicious


Love recipes

oleola

I change my recipe every time I make it but usually I start with a … I change my recipe every time I make it but usually I start with a chocolate spread recipe:100gr dates soaked in water overnight50ml homemade coconut milk (cow's milk, is fine too)2 tbs cocoa powderpinch of saltFor nutella:100gr hazelnutsIf you have a powerful blender process nuts until you get a sticky dough almost to a nut butter stage (you can add a spoon or two of oil to make it quicker) and add the rest of the ingredients and process until you get a smooth, creamy, thick chocolate spread. If not, process dates, cocoa powder and milk and add chopped nuts. You can also make "Christmas flavor" chocolate - just add a pinch of: cinnamon, ginger & cardamom, Sorry I can't give you an accurate proportions, it will taste delicious


Sounds tasty, might have to try that mix.

You've got the chocolate, sugar, milk and hazelnuts, but you're missing the other key ingredient of nutella - fat!

Also I guess with the water you don't keep yours too long?

I make it with dates, coconut oil, Lidl 85% cocoa chocolate (I want the cocoa butter as well, so don't use cocoa powder), hazelnut (processed until butter) and milk powder. For extra decadence I add some muscovado at the end, so it's still a little grainy in there.

Apart from the small amount of sugar in the chocolate that's a healthy nutritious toast topping by my reckoning.


Edited by: "OB1" 16th Dec 2013

cheers for posting

got a few packets yesterday. . love nibbling on nuts

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OB1

Sounds tasty, might have to try that mix.You've got the chocolate, sugar, … Sounds tasty, might have to try that mix.You've got the chocolate, sugar, milk and hazelnuts, but you're missing the other key ingredient of nutella - fat!Also I guess with the water you don't keep yours too long?I make it with dates, coconut oil, Lidl 85% cocoa chocolate (I want the fat, so don't use cocoa powder), hazelnut (processed until butter) and milk powder. For extra decadence I add some muscovado at the end, so it's still a little grainy in there.Apart from the small amount of sugar in the chocolate that's a healthy nutritious toast topping by my reckoning.



You're right, I don't keep mine too long - we usually eat it within a couple of days... I prefer to do small portions, but will try your receipt with coconut oil.
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