Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Spread Giveaway

Update:  Giveaway over!  Thanks to all who shared tips, and good luck on the next one.

A few weeks ago I stumbled upon Jif Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread at the grocery store. Bought it, tried it, liked it! And then last week something really nice happened. Jif contacted me (not the peanut butter itself, but rather a human representative) and asked if I’d like to host a giveaway featuring their product. Well, heck yes!

Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Flavored Spread

Now I’m supposed to share some tips on how to use it, but I’ve already posted two recipes and feel that’s enough for now. How about if you post tips? In the comment section, share one tip on how to use Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Spread. This Friday I will randomly choose one commenter who will receive a Jif Tasting Kit which includes the following:

• Jif Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread
• Jif Mocha Cappuccino Flavored Hazelnut Spread (I didn’t know about this one!)
• Homemade Marshmallows (Not sure whose house they’re going to make them in, but wow.)
• Graham Crackers (for S’mores)
• Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix (Yum)
• Folgers Black Silk Coffee (Tried this at Smucker’s. People who love smooth, milder coffee went nuts over this)
• Silver Spoon (?)
• Recipes and Tips (of course!)
• $50 AMEX Gift Card (Woo Hoo!

The value of this tasting kit is $100 and in full disclosure, I also received one.

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  1. says

    Wow! Am I really the first commenter on this giveaway? I’d like to try filling a muffin or cupcake with the spread. Can’t wait to try this. Have been looking in my stores since you mentioned it but it hasn’t shown up here yet.

  2. Tammy says

    I’d use it between two slices of bread and grill it like a grilled cheese sandwich. Maybe sprinkle some powdered sugar on top. Not fancy, but sounds awfully yummy to me! 🙂

  3. vickie workman says

    I would put a dollop in a wanton wrapper – maybe add a piece of banana and deep fry it.. cover in powdered sugar.. and then proceed to eat the entire batch. Of course I would have to make another batch. However, you would have to be careful how big of a dollop because too much and it would ooze out.

  4. Kim says

    Making a Peanut butter, banana and chocolate hazelnut spread sandwich! My son and I had these this weekend, made with Nutella, but I bet they would be just as good with the new Jif chocolate hazelnut spreads!

  5. says

    Not very creative I know, but I would make my kids their favorite sandwich-peanut butter, hazelnut spread and banana!

  6. Hilary says

    Wow! What a great giveaway! To be honest, the majority of the spread will probably go directly from the spoon to my mouth! 🙂 But I’ve also been dying to make frozen popsicles with chocolate hazelnut spread!

  7. says

    My favorite thing to do: toasted bagel, slathered with chocolate hazelnut spread, topped with sliced bananas. Great power food for right before a big day or workout! Also: delicious!

    Thanks for offering the giveaway!

  8. says

    Oooh. I would love to try it swirled into a nice rich blondie. Or, a technique I’ve read a lot about–freezing parts into “chunks” and then baking them up into cookies almost like chocolate chips. So many baking ideas… 🙂

  9. Angi says

    I would blend it with some buttercream & ice a cake with it. Another idea is to make ice cream with it. Add it to a vanilla base or swirl it in after it is frozen. There are so many things I could do with chocolate hazelnut or even mocha!

  10. gwen says

    filling a sandwhich cookie……..been looking for an alternative to chocolate ganache, this just might be the winner

  11. John Worster says

    I think I would warm the chocolate hazelnut slightly, then use it to frost some brownies.

  12. ladywild says

    Outside of just sticking a spoon in the jar, I think its a great mix-in for smoothies, milkshakes, topping on ice cream, dipping fruit, on crepes, pancakes, etc. Then there is the old standby of toast. I can’t think of much I wouldn’t try it on.

  13. Pam Shank says

    I would love to try it as a dessert panini. Looks like a great product. I will buy some at the store this week

  14. Chelsea Bernabe says

    I love to make a sinfully good Ice Cream Sandwich — layer the following: Chocolate Chip Cookie, Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Spread, favorite Ice cream, Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Spread and Chocolate chip cookie <3

  15. Anna says

    I would add it to brownies or use as a filling for whoopie pies. What a great giveaway! Thanks!

  16. Judy says

    I bought some of this about a month ago. I’ve been using it on my homemade honey whole wheat bread toasted – yum! I’ve also put a heaping teaspoon in my coffee and stirred it until it melted. Definitely not low calorie, but delicious!

  17. Julie says

    I recently made your rocky road peanut butter brownies for a bake sale and they were a huge hit. I’d love to try adapting them with the hazelnut Jif!

  18. Michele E. says

    Mmmm…peanut butter and chocolate sandwhich! Or just dip animal crackers in it! YUM!!!

  19. Christina says

    Food and Wine had a nutella swirl pound cake. I haven’t tried the cake, but it would probably be good using the Jif spread.

  20. WendyW says

    Mix some with a small amount of applesauce and use a dip for fruit or spread on bread as a snack 🙂

  21. says

    I can’t think of anything different than anyone else has already said to use the chocolate spread. My favorite method would be right off the spoon.

    Oh, but here’s a cool tip, once the jar is scraped as clean as you can get, pour in some milk and shake it up. Makes awesome chocolate milk-with no wasted chocolate. (Cause wasting even a wee bit of chocolate is a shame.)

  22. steph says

    Bread pudding! I found a recipe online for this awhile back… Sandwich the spread between bread, cut the hazelnut “sandwiches” into smaller pieces, throw into a baking dish, pour custard over, and bake. YUM.

  23. says

    I am going to make a smoothie out of it. I have been doing a lot of peanut butter smoothies and it would be a great have chocolate hazelnut smoothies. Besides there will be lot of eating straight off the spoon 🙂

  24. karen says

    I think I’d try it on pancakes. I haven’t seen this in stores yet, looking forward to trying it.

  25. Claudia says

    I would use spread out canned crescent rolls (something like Pillsbury) and put a Tablespoon (or 2) of either JIF Chocolate or JIF Mocha on each triangle. They roll out the crescent and bake @ 350F for approx 10 min or so.
    I just have a feeling they would taste unbelievably good – big smile.

  26. says

    EXAM SANDWICHES… Created during graduate school… 2 slices of whole grain bread toasted, slather one slice with chocolate hazelnut spread & the other with peanut butter. Add sliced bananas, grated carrots, and raisins. Smush it all together. Great to have in a backpack as a quick meal – chocolate (yum), peanut butter (protein), carrots (vegetable), bananas & raisins (fruit), and bread (whole grain).
    My other favorite use for either spread would be to use it as a dip for fat free pretzel sticks while watching Big Bang Theory!

  27. Heather says

    I would make banana bread, and swirl in the mocha flavored one……I think that would be delicious!

  28. tiffany says

    Honestly I would eat the stuff right off the spoon! But I enjoy these type of products on fresh apple slices. I like it pretty basic.

  29. says

    What an awesome giveaway! Honestly I’d probably eat it straight out of the jar…just like yogurt! I would make some crepes and use a generous amount of the hazlenut chocolate spread, cup up some strawberries (healthy dessert, right?!) drizzle some honey inside and top it with powdered sugar and a dollop of home-made whipped cream. 🙂

  30. Rachel says

    Yum! I’d put some on a piece of toast for a delicious snack! Keeping my fingers crossed that (if I don’t win some here!) a store near me starts stocking this!

  31. Justin S. says

    Here’s a great tip:

    When you’re making brownies, replace the melted chocolate with the Mocha Cappuccino Hazelnut Spread. The coffee notes of the spread will really make the cocoa in your brownies pop!

  32. Andrea Sirls says

    Two things came to mind immediately – using it to flavor frosting for cupcakes (or just using it as the base for a drizzle on the cupcakes) or eating it with apple slices for a yummy snack.

  33. says

    for frozen bananas 🙂

  34. Nicole says

    Instead of a plain chocolate bar on your s’more, get a good dollop of the hazelnut spread on your graham cracker with a melty marshmallow and you’re set! 🙂

  35. says

    What a great tasting kit! If I could keep from eating it straight out of the container with a spoon, I will use it in between cookies for a delicious cookie sandwich.

  36. Hayley Hansen says

    I would incorporate it into a chocolate hazelnut gelato and then add in chopped pistachios and candied ginger!

  37. Mel C says

    This is a great giveaway. i cannot wait to try the Jif Mocha Cappuccino. I love jif peanut butter and can already anticipate eating this straight out of the jar with a shortbread cookie!!

  38. Gloria Seales says

    I would make a favorite cookie recipe, roll the balls into beaten egg whites, then into finely chopped hazelnuts. Make a thumbprint in the cookie prior to baking, then fill the thumbprint with the hazelnut spread after they come out of the oven. Doesn’t that sound good?

  39. Danielle Tetreau says

    holy loly cow. my eyes are open to the world of flavored peanutbutter. i’ll never go back.

  40. Alyson says

    I often make mini chocolate sandwich cookies with Nutella in the middle. I am confident either variety of the Jif spread would work too. Looking forward to giving them both a try.

  41. says

    i would definitely use it in a homemade ice cream!

  42. Stephanie Schiltz says

    I’d spread it on toast for breakfast. I have a recipe for wafer cookies that you sandwich together and either the chocolate or mocha cap. would be great filler.

  43. Erin says

    Spread on a hot, toasted bagel would be my favorite. Has to be hot so it melts a little.

  44. sheri says

    1 can Pillsbury Grands Biscuits
    3/4 – 1 cup Jif Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread
    Flour and Sugar for rolling

    Cream Cheese Icing:
    4oz Cream Cheese (softened)
    1 tsp Vanilla
    1 1/2 cups Powdered Sugar

  45. Charriss says

    I would eat it liked I learned to eat another hazelnut spread in Germany. Take good quality whole grain bread, spread it with a thin layer of plain cream cheese, then a layer of chocolate hazelnut spread. The cream cheese adds a little tang and cuts the sweetness of the hazelnuts spread so you can eat more 🙂

  46. Judy says

    I LOVE Jiff peanut butter, so these new products are right up my alley! I would probably just eat it straight out of a jar with a spoon. I also mix some in my oatmeal for breakfast.

  47. Kerri says

    Choosey moms choose Jif….and even though I’m not a mom, I’d DEFINITELY choose this prize pack! (Plus I can’t find either of these in my local grocery store yet.)

  48. Paula says

    I have always loved peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwiches using the hazelnut spread would be an awesome swap making the treat almost grown up!

  49. Melanie says

    I love this stuff! I use it on English muffins or toast in the mornings. Will probably substitute it for Nutella in Chocolate Nutella Oatmeal No Bakes.

  50. Kristie May says

    Every day I have a rice cake with peanut butter and a smoothie. It looks so yummy, I’d incorporate it into my breakfast:

    Rice Cake with Peanut Butter
    Smoothie: 1/4 cup cottage cheese, 1 banana, 1/2 tbsp of the jif pb, 1/4 cup mocha milk, 2 cups ice.

  51. says

    I’m pretty sure I would eat it straight out of the jar with a spoon! If I could stop myself from consuming the whole jar in that way, I would use it as a “dip” for fruit or add to various cookie/cupcake recipes…..YUM!! Hoping I can find this at the grocery store near me soon!

  52. Jenna H. says

    Haven’t tried the product yet so I don’t have any tips but would love to remedy that!!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  53. debby says

    I’d spread it on toast and top with sliced strawberries. I’ve not seen it at our stores yet but I’ve not given up.

  54. Christine says

    I would spread on some baked pizza dough and sprinkle with toasted nuts and sliced strawberries for a sweet pizza dessert.

  55. Karen says

    I’ll go along with Christine about spreading the Jiff chocolate flavored hazelnut spread on a graham cracker. So easy and quick to do. When I was a kid and there was any leftover frosting from a cake (didn’t happen MUCH) the frosting was used as a spread on the graham crackers and we would have a quick sandwich “cookie.”

  56. Jessica says

    After eating a spoonful straight out of the jar, I would like to try using it in place of peanut butter in a peanut butter brownie recipe. Mmmm!

  57. Joyce Mitchell says

    Spread it between some Nilla wafer cookies. Thanks for the chance to win.

  58. Megan H says

    I would have to hide in the pantry with a spoon so I wouldn’t have to share with my kids! Otherwise I’d eat it on toast with bananas. 🙂

  59. Jane says

    My husband is Italian…they have the hazelnut chocolate spread there. He scoops a tbs. full of the spread and mix it with his morning coffee.

  60. says

    I adore it simple and on toast! Sometimes I live on the edge and add a little honey drizzle to the top. I also love it on my pancakes and waffles!

  61. says

    I keep picking up both of these jars in the store, debating a purchase or not. My favorite use for Nutella is smeared thickly on whole wheat toast for breakfast. We love JIF peanut butter here, so the hazelnut spread is very, very tempting.

  62. says

    It’s good in yogurt banana smoothies, in place of my usual peanut butter and any sweetener. Also good all by itself with a spoon…

  63. Emily says

    I haven’t tried it so I would have to steal the tips above and eat it on toast or off the spoon.

  64. Kathy says

    Spread on graham crackers and eat plain or make s’mores, or using as topping for plain cookies or bars.

  65. Cookies4kids says

    I stir a spoonful into my mediocre hot chocolate to make it a decadent treat!!! I could add the marshmallows also if I should win. Thanks so much.

  66. Louise says

    I haven’t tried the Jif spread yet, but I put the competition on Wasa and eat it for breakfast.

  67. claire S says

    Mix in a dash of cinnamon and spread on graham crackers. A delicious and not-too decadent treat.

  68. Amy L says

    I think I’d eat it off a spoon. : )
    I would like to try it as a filling for french macarons. I’ve baked them once, and have been wanting to try again. I also make a very simple peanut-butter, milk, honey, and banana smoothie, and I bet this spread would be yummy in that too. Here’s the recipe:http://allrecipes.com/recipe/peanut-butter-and-banana-smoothie/
    They use soy milk, but regular milk works fine. It’s a great breakfast on the go.

  69. JennieM says

    I would make my Grandma’s Jif Peanut Butter Frosting with the Chocolate flavored Hazelnut spread and put in on a white cake.

  70. robyn says

    Spread it on crepes (or at our house, Polish pancakes) and top with sliced bananas and whipped cream. Delightful!

  71. TxPepper says

    It if weren’t so hot, I would probably bake and make a stuffed cookie or a layer bar of some sort. But since it is hot, just a spoon straight into the jar. 🙂

    ~ Maybe that is what what the giveaway silver spoon is for….plain and unadorned! Yummm

  72. Jen says

    I hate to be boring, but I think I would love this just spread on a nice, toasty, crunchy bagel. I love when nut butters get all melty & delicious!

  73. Jenny says

    One silly way I’d love to use it straight up with a spoonful of peanut butter and sprinkles with some Cap’n Crunch cereal!

  74. Martha in KS says

    Picture this – graham cracker – chocolate hazelnut spread – marshmallow creme – another graham cracker. GET IN MY BELLY!

    What does it mean “chocolate flavored”?

  75. Beverly Jones says

    I would love to use this to make some Easy Chocolate Hazelnut Tarts with a baked short crust containng ground hazelnuts, cooled, then filled with the Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Spread and garnished with a whole hazelnut.
    I looked evrywhere for this spread since reading some delicious recipes using it, but I can’t find it anywhere!
    Thank you

  76. Amelia Tucker says

    For a healthier-ish snack, I like to spread a layer of it onto a plain ricecake, and maye top with a few fresh raspberries. Mmmm….

  77. says

    one box of jif hazelnut spread poured into a bowl with 1 pack of heavy cream – microwave for 30 seconds and stir.
    mix in a box of crumbed graham crackers, and you have the best and fastest no-bake cookie dough ever.

  78. says

    Yes please, yes please, yes please!! I would smother it all over warm toast because melty goodness is perfection on a plate!

  79. Ela says

    Use it to fill thumbprint, spritz or sandwich cookies. Also as a filling for cupcakes.

  80. sharona says

    looks like it would be yummy spread on sugar cookie dough and rolled up and sliced for pinwheel cookies

  81. Sugarbetty says

    I think I would use it in a homemade ice cream. Maybe as a swirl in vanilla or make a chocolate hazelnut ice cream. Yum.

  82. Zana says

    I could use this is just about anything… toast, cookies, brownies, bread? Oh the possibilties are endless.

  83. Karen W. says

    Make chocolate pizza for dessert! Spread chocolate hazelnut spread on a pre-baked homemade or store bought crust that has been brushed with melted butter. Top with milk chocolate chips, dark chocolate chips, and white chips (or any flavor combo.) and chopped hazelnuts. Then bake another minute just to soften chips. Slice and serve for Italian dessert nirvana!

  84. C L says

    I would make S’mores and dip them in warm milk that has a spoonful of hazelnut spread melted in it. MMmmmm! 🙂

  85. Jacqui says

    I would make a dessert panini! Toasted bread, some hazlenut spread and strawberries all gooey together would be delicious 🙂

  86. Maria says

    I’ll make strawberry muffins and when filling the tins, put half the batter in, then a spoonful of the chocolate hazelnut spread then more batter then bake. Soooo good.

  87. Allison W says

    I’d love that Jif on toast or on a spoon! I’m also thinking it would be delicious in oatmeal.

  88. says

    Whoo! Great giveaway! I’ve been looking for the Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Nut Spread ever since you mentioned it a few weeks ago.

    I love chocolate hazelnut spread swirled in brownies.

  89. Valerie says

    If you’re pretending to be healthy, try it on apple slices. Or maybe a chocolate hazelnut spread and banana sandwich?

  90. KristinaYellow says

    I actually just love eating it smeared on a saltine…sometimes with some mini-marshmallows on top. Semi-portion controlled and oh so yummy

  91. Mary says

    I’d enjoy it for lunch or a snack, spread on a firm multi-grain bread (I’m thinking one of the Pepperidge Farm or Arnold brand 9-Grain breads) with some thinly-sliced apple on top.

  92. Therese B. says

    I would make a brownie with a cream~cheese with the hazelnut spread for an
    in between layer. Then top it with fresh roasted hazelnuts.

  93. April says

    I would put it on Dave’s Killer Bread–toasted. It also is good in hot cocoa, melt a spoonful in the lhot milk.

  94. asha says

    On a spoon is probably ideal, but since it is getting hot as all get out here, I would say combining an equal amount of spread and evaporated milk together, beating gently until incorporated, chill in the refrigerator overnight, then freeze in ice cream maker. Delicious ice cream (that, as an added perk, doesn’t get rock solid) with this stuff!

  95. Francesca says

    So, so many options! It’d be fan-tab-u-lous in oatmeal! It’d make a great cake/cupcake frosting flavor. Definitely on toast! A big spoonful certainly couldn’t hurt! 🙂

  96. cecily says

    i’m hugely partial to hazelnut spread with marshmallows, toasted on a panini press.

    om nom nom! 🙂

  97. Pat says

    The mocha capuccino hazelnut sounds fabulous -and I would love to use it as a filling in a chocolate mocha cake or just spread it in a toasted slice of pound cake.

  98. Katie says

    I would go nuts over this giveaway!! Peanut butter, hazelnut and coffee?! Yes please!

  99. petra says

    My daughter likes the chocolate hazelnut on graham crackers. I like it on tea biscuits.

  100. Nancy says

    I would use this to make an icebox pie. This time of year in Texas, no-bake pies are the best!

  101. Anita says

    Can’t wait to find this at my local Kroger.

    My easy recipe: spread the Hazelnut spread between two Ritz-type crackers (or use the oval Townhouse-style crackers). Dip the cracker sandwiches in melted white chocolate confectionery coating and then set on waxed paper to harden. Enjoy!

    If you want to get fancy, sprinkle some colored sugar or colorful sprinkles on the treats before the coating hardens.

    So simple even small children can help.

  102. crystal says

    I would use it for a crepe filling and also sandwiched between graham crackers as a snack.

  103. Nancy says

    I would love this on toast and/or English Muffins. My 4 year old son likes to dip apples into it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  104. Karin says

    I have never tried it before but I think I’d try it with sliced bananas on bread. Looks yummy!

  105. Connie says

    Sounds like it would be great melted with a little cream to make a fondue to serve with dippers like fruit, marshmallows, and cookies

  106. Donna says

    I think it would be fantastic on toasted English Muffin with sliced bananas. It could almost be a breakfast s’more!

  107. Karen says

    Straight from the jar and into my mouth. 🙂
    If I’m feeling fancy, perhaps some crêpes with loads of that good stuff inside!

  108. Grace says

    I heard about using a spoonful of this per glass when making iced coffee (while it’s still warm)- sounds great!

  109. says

    I hate to admit it, but I eat it right off a spoon. But in Italy they serve a similar spread with crusty white rolls for breakfast.

  110. Ronna F says

    I’d love to put dollops of this new Jif on top of brownies before baking……yum!

  111. says

    I make Assorted Gourmet Chocolates. Was making an order the other day and needed another variety. I saw your post commenting on the Jiff product so decided to look for it at my local grocery store. Yeah, I found it.
    Took some chocolate hazelnut spread, mixed with some powdered sugar to stiffen. Kneaded it on my granite counter top, adding powered sugar (as needed) until a stiff ball. Roll into little individual balls. Placed a hazelnut in the center and placed into a candy cup. Easy gourmet chocolate in “no” time. You can view a pic on my personal page.

  112. Dorothea says

    I love warm crepes and fillings – I bet Jif’s Chocolate Hazelnut Spread would be delicious smeared on a warm crepe – fold or roll up and serve with a sprinkling of powdered sugar!

  113. Upstate NY Native says

    I don’t like this as well as Nutella but it was good on warm waffles.

  114. Holly says

    I’m thinking this would be pretty darn tasty over a scone…but straight out of the jar with a spoon is a great Plan B.

  115. suzanne says

    oh yummy! I would eat it straight from the jar on a spoon and then if there was any left I would make brownies

  116. says

    We have six people here who would love this! i would set it out with sliced apples, nilla wafers, teddy grahams, marshmallows…..and let everyone design their own treat (:

  117. says

    Besides probably enjoying this mostly on a spoon, I have been making morning breakfast smoothies with banana, yogurt, milk and peanut butter and I would LOVE to try this spread in place of the peanut butter!

  118. Valerie says

    Spread a thin layer on an un-rolled, un-baked crescent roll. Then, roll up & bake for a chocolatey treat!

  119. Jan Harris says

    One of my treats on nights that I am sleepless is a big spoonful of Nutella, which usually does the trick. I imagine this would fill the bill, plus I’d like to try it.

  120. wendy says

    I’ve seen this but haven’t bought any yet! I would love to try it in Peanut butter cookies or just spread on a waffle in the morning for breakfast!! i bet it’s yummy!

  121. laura lach says

    I have six grandchildren that would love to come to grandmas’s and gooble this down!!

  122. Gwen says

    I’m with the banana folks…. although, honestly? a spoon would be enough. and maybe if I got ambitious a couple of thin slices of bread and a panini press.

  123. Anne says

    I’m sure they would be wonderful in crepes, chocolate peanut butter cookies, with ice cream, on a banana, in a truffle or, of course, just straight out of the jar!

  124. Marcia Lemberg says

    What a great idea. What would I do with the kit????? I am an active volunteer in a charity called “Cookies for Kids Cancer”…it was founded by a dear friend of mine who lost her son to childhood cancer. We raise money by holding local bake sales and selling cookies off the web site. cookiesforkids cancer.org….please check it out.

    All of the money raised, and there has been millions at this point, goes directly to fund research for kids cancer (the most under funded type at this point)….

    So what would I do with the kit…bake lots and lots of cookies/brownies/treats..we are in the height of bake sale season right now, so timing couldn’t be any better.

    Please consider picking us….it’s such a great cause.

  125. Shelly says

    Toasted white bread, spread the hazlenut spread, add slices of bananas, ….YUM, then if you really want to be naughty, add two slices of bacon to the above!

  126. Catherine O. says

    Spread chocolate hazelnut spread on half of a hot piece of honey wheat toast, and spread peanut or almond butter on the other half. Fold the toast in half and eat! Yummy!

  127. Anita Hays says

    Mocha Cappucino spread on banana slices, dipped in melted chocolate and frozen in into banana bites!

  128. Pat says

    Wow i could eat that with a spoon! Looks yummy in the tummy – sign me up please 🙂

  129. Monica says

    Ooooh my, sounds soooo good… Especially the Mocha Cappachino…
    I bet it would be fun to swirl it into a batch of brownies! Yum!!!

  130. says

    Make hot chocolate with it! Heat milk and Jif Chocolate Hazlenut Spread in a saucepan over the stove. It would be also be good with the Mocha Cappuccino flavor. 🙂

  131. Shanna says

    I’m a saltine cracker kind of girl, but I’m wondering what it might be like over hot salty popcorn

  132. Eileen says

    Use the regular between 2 peanut butter cookies, or the mocha between 2 double chocolate chip cokies to make cookie sandwiches. Or use either one instead of frosting on brownies. Yummmm.