Nutella 1kg back £3.99 at Lidl
743°Expired

Nutella 1kg back £3.99 at Lidl

55
LocalFound 10th Sep 2015
As we all know nutella price was hiked recently where 400 grams selling for £2.50 and imported from poland 350 grams for 1.69 from some home bargains
Lidl currently doing 1kg local uk pack for in store for £3.99
Grabbed around 3 will get some
MoreThere are around 50/60 in stock in kennedy centre Belfast
Community Updates

Groups

55 Comments
I'm gonna need a bigger spoon!
Editor
Looks like i'll be going to Lidl later...
Not in our leaflet this week
Edited by: "keiran5517" 10th Sep 2015
Banned
keiran5517

Not in our leaflet this week


Is this nationwide?
Hot! X)

I have a serious addiction to this stuff!

#morbidlyobeseandlovingit
Lidl's own brand tastes just as good and is even cheaper -all the time. If you're going there to buy one of these also buy one for their own brand Choco Nussa and do a taste test.
I think it is time for some nutella.
yum, 57% sugar - roughly 5 teaspoons of sugar per slice of bread
awastedyouth

yum, 57% sugar - roughly 5 teaspoons of sugar per slice of bread



​nah, haven't you seen the adverts? It's made of milk and hazelnuts and makes a very healthy breakfast.
Looks like a Lidl NI deal.
awastedyouth

yum, 57% sugar - roughly 5 teaspoons of sugar per slice of bread



as opposed to say marmalade at 90% sugar, or cheaper jams at 60 or 70% sugar, its 'healthy' compared to the majority of other spreads.
eset12345

as opposed to say marmalade at 90% sugar, or cheaper jams at 60 or 70% … as opposed to say marmalade at 90% sugar, or cheaper jams at 60 or 70% sugar, its 'healthy' compared to the majority of other spreads.



lol? did you forget the 31.6% fat?
the rest of jam is water
nutella has twice the calories found in jam

[marmalade generally has the same sugar as jam (maybe you are mixing up %fruit)]
Edited by: "brilly" 10th Sep 2015
awastedyouth

yum, 57% sugar - roughly 5 teaspoons of sugar per slice of bread



Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The equivalent portion of butter is about 110 calories whilst this is 81.

Heaven forbid people taste something other than plain bread though.
yrreb88

Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The … Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The equivalent portion of butter is about 110 calories whilst this is 81. Heaven forbid people taste something other than plain bread though.


screw you.. a portion is a jar!
Edited by: "brilly" 10th Sep 2015
yrreb88

Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The … Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The equivalent portion of butter is about 110 calories whilst this is 81. Heaven forbid people taste something other than plain bread though.


Actually, even plain bread has too many calories. Going by this logic, we should eat nothing.

Edited by: "yomanation" 10th Sep 2015
yrreb88

Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The … Where's the 5 teaspoons come from? A portion is 15g so 2 teaspoons. The equivalent portion of butter is about 110 calories whilst this is 81. Heaven forbid people taste something other than plain bread though.


15 grams which contain 8.1 grams of sugar. I've been told per tea spoon is 2.5g - thus, 3 and a quarter spoons.

P.s. 15g for one slice is too much anyways, you can fit that on to two slices. 15g is equivalent to one full table spoon. So, 81 calories spread across two slices is not that bad. 4g of sugar per slice, mind - which works out to as I've said above 3 and a quarter teaspoons of sugar spread across two slices.

Edited by: "amadahmed2" 10th Sep 2015
eset12345

as opposed to say marmalade at 90% sugar, or cheaper jams at 60 or 70% … as opposed to say marmalade at 90% sugar, or cheaper jams at 60 or 70% sugar, its 'healthy' compared to the majority of other spreads.



I don't think you can attach healthy to nutella. Enjoy it if you love chocolate, but it's not healthy. The amount of hazelnut is small in comparison to the oil and sugar.
I've just done some research. 8 grams is equivalent to 1.6 teaspoons - according to "convertunits.com". So, would that mean the 8g of sugar per 15g of nutella is only 1.6 teaspoons?
Original Poster
Eary this year it was 3.50 in UK and 3.99 in NI now i cant check the UK prices and not sure if its only NI or whole UK but its a special edition pack size so they wont be just making for NI only
amadahmed2

I've just done some research. 8 grams is equivalent to 1.6 teaspoons - … I've just done some research. 8 grams is equivalent to 1.6 teaspoons - according to "convertunits.com". So, would that mean the 8g of sugar per 15g of nutella is only 1.6 teaspoons?



It's generally accepted that 4g is 1 teaspoon so 8g is 2 teaspoons of sugar. Certainly not 5 as someone posted earlier.

That site is converting teaspoons of water to grams too.
Loads of Nutella!
I bought a 1kg jar from Germany in August for 4€. Slight difference in nutrition stats and ingredients. For UK this is ok in price.
PSmith222

Lidl's own brand tastes just as good and is even cheaper -all the time. … Lidl's own brand tastes just as good and is even cheaper -all the time. If you're going there to buy one of these also buy one for their own brand Choco Nussa and do a taste test.


You are so right. I bought them both at the same time and did a taste test exactly the same with possiby Lidl's own having a slight edge.

You are so right. I bought them both at the same time and did a taste test exactly the same with possiby Lidl's own having a slight edge.
PSmith222

Lidl's own brand tastes just as good and is even cheaper -all the time. … Lidl's own brand tastes just as good and is even cheaper -all the time. If you're going there to buy one of these also buy one for their own brand Choco Nussa and do a taste test.

awastedyouth

yum, 57% sugar - roughly 5 teaspoons of sugar per slice of bread


Yup, they didn't mention anything about sugar just healthy milk and nuts so deffo healthy
I just hope there will be some left when i finish work
Slap your bread on a digital scale before and after spreading nutella. I guarantee most people use far more than the suggested 15g serving, especially kids.
Original Poster

Comment

awastedyouth

Slap your bread on a digital scale before and after spreading nutella. I … Slap your bread on a digital scale before and after spreading nutella. I guarantee most people use far more than the suggested 15g serving, especially kids.



All i know is a standard 400 gram lasts two days sometimes 3 and if it pancakes sunday then need a jar a day
Cheers
Banned
nice deal
Avatar
deleted849183
id use this on 1 slice of toast cmon make bigger jars!
Wish they done the 5kg jars in this country.
Thanks
Banned


bojangles

Wish they done the 5kg jars in this country.


Like you aren't fat enough already...
Look way I see it.. When you feel like junking.. Instead of eating junk food like crisps and mars etc... Try Nuts with Nutella... Tastes proper Bhoom! Plus its healthier than the other option and filling! Them Fats are partially healthy Fata from Hazlenuts. So Tis' All Goood
229mel

Like you aren't fat enough already...



Don't have to eat it in one go you know
Banned
F1_

Look way I see it.. When you feel like junking.. Instead of eating junk … Look way I see it.. When you feel like junking.. Instead of eating junk food like crisps and mars etc... Try Nuts with Nutella... Tastes proper Bhoom! Plus its healthier than the other option and filling! Them Fats are partially healthy Fata from Hazlenuts. So Tis' All Goood


the whole 6% nuts in it sure are ''healthy'' .. Sheeps gonna sheep
Love it when the food police are out in force. Quick run for the hills, save the children, don't eat anything bad for you...ever. Really winds me up

Heated by the way
brainbug100

Love it when the food police are out in force. Quick run for the hills, … Love it when the food police are out in force. Quick run for the hills, save the children, don't eat anything bad for you...ever. Really winds me upHeated by the way


Food police were the parents,grandparents and relatives. They are outsourced partially now to government , agencies, health trusts because people are not trusted without two tiers of parental guidance plus relatives around them offering healthy sensible advice. Other amateur food police take action as they are sick and tired of paying ever spiralling tax increases in the indirect form of flight tax, green taxes, levy this and duty plus cut backs for national health as a whole.
Edited by: "splender" 11th Sep 2015
Don't forget to buy the other reasonably priced items in the store that are as good if not better than other supermarket products. As proved often in blind taste tests.
Excellent to dip your deep fried butter sticks in
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text