This genius innovation makes eating the delicious hazelnut spread straight from the jar, just that much easier and pleasurable.
Why hadn't anyone thought of this before? Lucky for us straight-from-the-jar eaters, Italian artist Paolo Ulian has come up with the genius idea of the "finger biscuit".
These cone-shaped cookies resemble a thimble which you wear on your fingers, allowing a precious dunk of that delicious Nutella spread without you having to worry about the embarrassment or sticky finger mess.
Not a die-hard Nutella fan? These finger biscuits can be used for pretty much any spread, whether it be peanut butter or an almond spread for the health-conscious.
The only thing to crash our dreams? This genius invention has yet to be picked up by manufacturers, having been introduced to the market way back in 2004 at the Pappila Exhibition in Bolzano/Milan.
Surely they can hear our cries of disbelief? Here's hoping someone jumps on this opportunity quick smart.
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