Everyone's favorite chocolatey spread, Nutella, has been around since the 1960s and has proven so popular over the years that it even has its own special day, World Nutella Day on February 5th (mark your calendars). This, in itself, is proof that there really is nothing better than heading down to the supermarket and stocking up on a fresh jar of the hazelnut goodness.

But recently, someone's created a new version of the treat and yes, they revealed the entire recipe.

Keep scrolling to see how this little beauty is made...

Nutella is probably one of the most popular chocolate spreads out there.

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The first jar of Nutella left the factory in Alba, Italy, on April 20, 1964.

The sweet treat is manufactured by Ferrero.

The Italian company also manufactures other popular chocolatey offerings such as Kinder products and Ferrero Rocher.

But Nutella has garnered a cult following.

And if you’re wondering why – well, just look at it! This creamy, chocolatey, hazelnutty spread is pretty much what dreams are made of.

The tasty spread is designed to be spread on toast.

Although many Nutella connoisseurs favor a “straight from the jar" eating style.

We can definitely relate...

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When the cravings get too much, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. And if that means hurtling a tablespoon into a fresh jar of hazelnut spread, then so be it.

Not only that, but it can add that extra bit of sweetness to every single dessert out there.

Waffles, pancakes, ice cream, and even fresh fruit. The list is endless.

It's so popular that they even opened an entire hotel dedicated to it.

Fans of the sweet cocoa spread can satisfy their cravings in a whole new way... by checking into Hotella Nutella.

Yes, you read that right. A Nutella-themed hotel pop-up had opened up.

Described as the "ultimate breakfast destination," Hotella Nutella will be opening its doors in California's Napa Valley to more people once the pandemic dies down.

The pictures looked incredible...

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Guests who are lucky enough to snag a reservation at the highly exclusive hotel will have plenty of Nutella-themed experiences including “Nutella-inspired hotel items and larger than life breakfast décor." We're booking our stay right now.

But a new revelation has just turned this product upside down.

Someone has just revealed a home-made recipe for white chocolate Nutella and we're very intrigued.

However, the news didn't sit well with everyone...

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But the good news for you guys is that have the recipe:

The product was originally designed by Instagram user @aufstrichqueen_vera, but then re-posted by food accounts such as @thesnackcontroller and Australian food blogger @brucesuperc.

So, how is this unique product made?

According to @thesnackcontroller, this is how he makes his variation of the spread: "So mine was 2 blocks of Milky Bar, a bag of Kinder white Schokobons, both crushed and melted, added the oil from the hazlenut butter, a scoop of the hazlenut butter, some hazlenut syrup if you have if and some regular sunflower oil."

He continued:

"Mixed it by tasted and then put it in jars. Mine went hard and weird looking after it sat in the jar (hence no preservatives and not much use of the oil, but I heated it and it comes back good as new). If you want that smooth Nutella consistency add more oil and it will stay like normal Nutella but I'd rather it go hard so it's that slightly bit thicker when cooled."

He also added this at the very end:

"Then you can pour it on cheesecakes and dip doughnuts in it and just all-round pour that on EVERYTHING. My self included hahahahahaah. So go and let me know of your creations! Spread the word! Tag friends. Pour it on each other...love it. 15/10."

So what are you waiting for?

Let's create it ourselves and indulge in the Kinder Bueno goodness that is the unofficial white chocolate Nutella. If you're in the mood to read more about other rare snacks, then keep scrolling...