Take a trip across the country in a chocolate-hazelnut dream...
1. Miscellaneous Nutella desserts, Tella Balls, Sydney
This little cafe in Sydney's Inner West suburb of Dulwich Hill serves up the most delectable Nutella desserts in Sydney. Each dish is based around the popular spread, with pancakes, doughnuts, ice cream and milkshakes on the menu - but none is more impressive than the Nutella kebab!
Visit: Tella Balls on Facebook
2. Baked Nutella and Ricotta Cheesecake, Son of a Pizzaiolo, Melbourne
With Melbourne's significant Italian hubs, some Nutella desserts are in abundance around the city. But this one really takes the (cheese)cake. If it still doesn't curb your cravings, try one of Son of a Pizzaiolo's Nutella calzones.
3. Freakshakes, Patissez, Canberra
This Canberra dessert haven was among the first to bring the "freak shake" craze to Australia. While the Freakshake menu tends to change as the patisserie comes up with new and excited ingredients, you'll always find a Nutella option on the list.
4. Ice cream and extras, St Louis House of Ice Cream and Dessert, Adelaide
It may be just over a year old, but this Glenelg ice creamery has already become a local institution. Their range of desserts and freakshakes are equally delectable, but its the ice cream that entices people to travel across the country just to drop by - AND they dip their cones in Nutella!
Image: Facebook/St Louis Ice Cream and Dessert Bar
5. Various Nutella-themed doughnuts, Doughnut Time, multiple locations
Doughnut Time may have started in Brisbane, but it has spread across Australia like wildfire, with multiple stores and vans in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Melbourne and Sydney. While their range of doughnuts varies from week to week, they're releasing a special edition 'Montella Jordan' doughnut, filled with Nutella, topped with sprinkles, hazelnuts and a mini Nutella jar! The Montella Jordan is only available on February 4th and 5th, but you can catch their other Nutella doughtnuts any time.