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Friday, December 28, 2012

Hot Nutella Cappuccino with Marshmallow Creme


When I was recently asked to develop a drink using Sweet 'N Low, I dived right in.  I just recently had been given a jar of Nutella {silly friend, she doesn't understand how important it is to keep an extra jar of Nutella on hand} so my mind started floating with thoughts of a creamy, hot chocolately drink.
And I ended up with this.
And it's magical.
And I'm not even a cappuccino drinker.
We keep coffee in our house for both sets of grandparents when they visit and the occasional cup the husband will brew up.  But it is definitely not a staple in our house.
With all of that being said, I do LOVE the smell of it.


This is the type of drink you want to make on a cold day {everyday here in Iowa recently}, put on your strechy pants, grab a book, prop yourself up on the couch and then begin to waste a few hours in your book and your drink.

My kind of afternoon.

And did I mention I got a Kindle Fire HD for Christmas?

Yeah, that little Kindle would be invited on the couch too.

You might even want to walk around the quiet house and take photos of your warm, chocolately drink.

I did.

Hot Nutella Cappuccino with Marshmallow Creme
{Print this Recipe!}
1 1/2 c. milk
1 pkt. Sweet 'N Low
1 T. french vanilla cappuccino flavoring/powder
1 T. Nutella
dollup of marshmallow creme/fluff

In a small saucepan, heat milk until warm {not boiling}.  Gently whisk in Sweet 'N Low, cappuccino powder and Nutella until combined.  Pour into a coffee mug and top with marshmallow creme.  Drink immediately.

As a part of the DailyBuzz Food Tastemaker program I received product from Sweet 'N Low and a stipend for this post.

Would you like to comment?

  1. I don't know why, but Sweet n' low has an aftertaste for me (I know that's not true for everyone) so I'd probably make this with splenda or Truvia. It sounds divine!