on February 9, 2012
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My boys are going to love breakfast tomorrow. Toast, jam and nutella? Heck yeah!
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This post was written by LW who has written 166 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
For a chocoholic like me a great recipe, although it was not the best ever recipe.
Very much appreciated after school snack.
Sorry, I can’t leave a comment (there are two types of word verifications in blogger – I can only use the one that’s part of the page… where it says “prove you’re not a robot”, rather than the one that opens in a new window. I know others have difficulty too. Frustrating.
ANYWAY, great pictures and I’m so happy you had such a great after-school treat.
For all of you having problems with the CAPTCHA code in Blogger based blogs, try updating your browser or downloading Chrome (Google’s browser). That’s what I use and don’t have problems. I usually odn’t have problems either at home using Safari.
I have also found that switching over to Internet Explorer (from Firefox) works for me.
I’ve tried this and it still doesn’t work for me. I’ve tried Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari, and I still have problems with some Blogger accounts. Especially with Nummy Kitchen, I haven’t been able to leave a comment on her blog for at least a month now. It’s very annoying, but I don’t know what else to do. Those that have the option to leave Name/URL work fine for me, but I know others have issues even with that option.
I’m one of them! Chrome auto updates its software for you and still, blogger/blogspot is impossible to leave comments on regardless of what option I chose to try to leave my name/url combo! … It’s just becoming ridiculous! I hate it! Then I feel bad that I can’t leave a comment, when people take the time to read my posts and leave a comment, and I can’t always email a response etiher. Boo!
It may be hard to go back to the celery sticks I usually eat mid-afternoon after trying this little delicacy.
My girl loved this… she ate it for breakfast and again for lunch… and again for a snack.
I’ve made and blogged about this one before. I liked it, but wasn’t in the mood for it this week, so I decided to play catch-up on 2 previously cooked FFwD recipes.
I could eat this at any time of the day, it was delicious!
Here’s mine! Quick & delicious! http://www.jemangelaville.com/2012/02/09/ffwd-nutella-tartine/
Loved this! It was so fun to have a simple recipe this week!
Yum AND easy. We all loved it~
Seemed a good excuse to make marmalade. :)
http://soupaddict.com/2012/02/blood-orange-marmalade/ (after midnight)
Hi – I left a comment but am not seeing it on your blog. It may be going straight into your spam folder….. Thx for checking ! Tricia
I am a Convert. Served this at my Superbowl Sunday Party (yeah, I really did) and it was a TOUCHDOWN!!!!
Our grandbaby arrived this morning! After I busy day, it was so fun to make this recipe. Sweet and comforting, just the the new baby boy!
oops, that should be “after A busy day”. tired fingers!
Congrats on the grandbaby – such excitement ! I left a comment but don’t see it posting. Perhaps it is going to your Spam folder. Thx for checking ~ Tricia
So many memories conjured up by this recipe!
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Honey and I made this together. We had great fun and good eats!
My new favorite afternoon snack!
I made this one look like my real after school snacks…
I know I’m going to be in the minority this week, but this was my first real disappointment. But it wasn’t Dorie’s fault, it’s just me.
This was delicious and no harder than making toast!
Loved this Nutella Tartine on my homemade bread;-)
I have now jumped on the Nutella bandwagon! Went slightly astray and made crepes in place of the brioche, with Orange Cranberry Marmalade. After the blender disaster, and crepes for dinner, all was well again ;-)
Looks like I’m in the minority. I enjoyed this, but definitely didn’t love it. I thought it sounded better than it tasted:
This was pretty good. I made grapefruit marmalade for mine.
We made a few changes to ours but had fun with this yummy snack!
Even though I made this way harder than it needed to be we loved it!
I’m on a little laptop and when I clicked on this page, I got so excited I thought I was the first to post – then scrolled a bit! Well not first, but at least I have one! My daughter loved her breakfast today!
Had to rely on Sous Chef for tasting notes – Chocolate gives me a migraine! I did catch up and also made Marie Helene’s Apple Cake – Loved it! I’m still working my way through all the posts on TWD/BWJ – hopefully if I haven’t got to yours yet, I can do double duty while on FFWD – so much easier to comment and read the posts with FFWD!
Whoopee! I’m not posting at the 11th hour this week! And I moved to a new blog, although it kinda looks a lot like the old one…lol…
Hi – I left a comment but don’t see if posting. Perhaps it went to your spam folder ? Thx for checking. And just in case – here it is: Love all the subs- “well played” as my kids would say :) And you are making me want to go back to Trader Joe’s. We have one about a half hour away and it seems that I have not been there in a while- you gave me great ideas of what to add to a TJ list. BTW- those are the most perfect ever stripes of Nutella. I was worried that my fork marks would be a total mess and there pretty much were, but I forgave them since it tasted so good. Yours are perfection, Ms. Brioche !
Simple is good!
Does anyone know if when you reply to comments on blogger if the person who left the comment receives it? I had started leaving replies a week or two ago, but I was getting my reply back to me by email if that makes sense.
I am not positive but know that some comment areas leave boxes for you to check if you want to be notified about follow ups. I am thinking you may have selected one of these and ended up getting an “update” simply when someone else posted a comment to that site. I do know that unless I get a message that my comment “will be visible after blog owner approval”….if I do not see it post right away I am now leaving a note on the FFWD blog telling them such. Too many folks have comments going straight to their blog spam folder and don’t even realize they had received these comments. I just had it happen when we tried to do the first post to TWD- it went to the site’s spam folder and I was going nuts. Had to wait for the great admin to get in and patiently find it. Good luck !
I liked it just fine…yummmm!
I loved making the Biroche, and will def. make it again. I can’t seem to find Hazelnuts here in Georgia???
Oh yes…I will eventually get the hang of the art of the post
Hi – yours is another WordPress that I think is filing my comments in your spam folder. Thx for checking. Just in case it is not there I will leave it here too : “Yup- these were a big hit in our house and Nana’s too (the fattening stuff, unfortunately, always is !!) Glad everyone enjoyed them- they look yummy. And ps- love your tip on how to raise dough in a “low tech” way. Genius ! I struggle with getting my dough to raise and am excited to try this technique. Very cool ~”
Homemade everything though not intentionally…
Sour Cream Red Fife toast + Meyer Lemon Lavender Marmalade + Homemade Nutella
I thought this was only OK, which surprised me.
This is a lovely snack, especially so with brioche: http://onewetfoot.com/2012/02/10/ffwd-brioche-and-nutella-tartine/
this did make a good breakfast!
Shared this with our Nutella addicted cousin and loved it!! :)
This was amazing! Loved the combo of orange marmalade and Nutella.
Loved the Nutella, was not sold on the combination with the orange marmalade. OK, but not my favorite.
I can see the appeal of this snack, but would have preferred it with another jam or jelly:
While I should have been sad that my son refused to try this, my initial thought was “oh darn… More for me!”
I loved this! But I am a Nutella freak :) Sorry for posting late!
I’ve had a rough couple of weeks so an easy recipe was perfect for me! I thought about complicating it – making the marmalade or brioche but nixed that idea pretty quickly :-). @dormantchef was a little flummoxed by the bitter marmalade but my daughter and I loved this!!!
I loved this again:
I’ll remember this construction when there is no other dessert in the house. It made for a lovely coffee break. http://www.tsimmisthyme.wordpress.com/2012/02/12/ffwd-nutella-tartine/
Better late than never. It was worth making.
Last week no hazelnuts at my grocery! This week an entire bin of them! Go figure.
My nutella tartine was very modified due to the fact that my brioche recipe that I pulled from the freezer refused to behave & acted like a flat flitter. Can’t figure that one out, since it was beautiful when it was freshly made. Will have to do a retry on this one. But what could not be divine with nutella drizzled on it?
I’m way late on this. My blogging self seems a little unhinged lately. Anyway I made this last fall, with brioche made from Dorie’s baking book. It was fantastic. This time I used the rest of my Nutella in the Double Chocolate (and Nutella) and Banana Tart. It was FANTASTIC! Thank you Dorie!!
Better late than never…yum!
Finally caught up with the Nutella Tartine. I’m com’n back ladies!
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