An easy week for sure, yet these basic items came together to
create a surprisingly wonderful treat we all enjoyed.
My younger son has been a huge Nutella fan for years.
On occasion we buy the very large containers that are sold
in double packs at our local Costco. While no one "needs" that
much Nutella, it is a fun treat. It's not that the rest of the family
doesn't like Nutella...it's just that he LOVES it.
Needless to say, I was delighted to see this week's recipe and
knew that I would hit a home run with one family member.....
as well as have a very easy recipe and clean up :) Win win.
We used the yummy Sarabeth's Orange Apricot Marmalade
and I enjoyed recalling my trip with Nana to their
NY store last year. We are due for another NYC trip to restock -
and from the results of this recipe, we will need more !
Simple to make - another "non recipe" FF, yet I would not have
thought to combine salt, marmalade, butter AND the Nutella.
We hit a home run for the whole family - we all loved it !
Dorie is a genius.
Peanut butter and jelly it's not. But oh, so good.
I only made the recipe to keep up with the rest of the Doristas,
but I was certain this was not for me.
I truly do not like Nutella, although hubby loves it.
However, I believe the combination of the butter, marmalade
and the nutella gives it a whole new flavor.
I used challah bread, as well as a delicious marmalade from
Hediard in Paris, thanks to Tricia, that is superb.
(Nutella from Costco).
My bread is a little too brown, and I only had it under
the broiler for a few seconds, but it was delicious.
I can truly see this as an afternoon snack for children,
as just one slice is quite filling and substantial.
I think this is a winner.