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We all love the rich, thick texture of hazelnut spread—it’s dense with flavour, has a hint of roasted nuts and brings an earthy aroma to whatever it is you mix it with. Your taste buds will thank you when they get to tuck into a spoonful of the Happy Jars Chocolate Hazelnut Spread.

How is Happy Jars different?

Happy Jars Chocolate hazelnut spread with 40% less sugar double the hazelnut vegan dark chocolate

We've made this a guilt-free indulgence to make your morning routine feel even more special as you reward yourself for reaching your health goals.

The Happy Jars Chocolate Hazelnut spread is made with zero palm oil, lower sugar, vegan dark chocolate and is guilt-free. The fat content gives a healthy boost to the body, while the protein and Vitamin E helps you feel more energised throughout the day.

4 simple reasons: Why we are better ?

  1. Double the hazelnuts compared to other brands of hazelnut spread. They have 13% hazelnut content, we have 30%.
  2. Vegan dark chocolate which is lower in sugar and doesn't have any milk or milk solids.
  3. 40% less sugar than other brands of hazelnut spread. This is thanks to the chocolate we use and the proportion of nuts.
  4. Zero palm oil. Palm oil is a saturated fat and your body doesn't need it. Our hazelnut spread has no added oils at all.

What's healthy about hazelnuts?

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A delicious spread made with zero palm oil and lower sugar is a great way to enjoy hazelnuts as a snack or add it to recipes that include Nutella.

The best nutritionists will tell you that the first thing to do when getting fit is to include nuts and seeds in your diet daily. That's because they contain no cholesterol and have a lot of antioxidants which can reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

Hazelnuts are one of those super foods that deserve a mention in terms of health benefits. While they're healthy, always be mindful of the quantity you consume - too much of anything is not good for you.

1. Supports a healthy bowel 

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Hazelnuts are high fibre. A 28g serving has approximately 2.7g of dietary fibre which encourages a healthy bowel movement and prevents constipation.

2. Helps maintain a healthy weight

As with all nuts, hazelnuts naturally have protein which helps to keep you satiated and fills you up. The protein levels in hazelnut are lower than in peanut butter, but they contribute to a balanced diet and eating hazelnuts instead of fatty, sugary food during those evening hunger pang moments is definitely the healthier choice.

3. Protects against cell damage

Hazelnuts contain the antioxidant vitamin E which, accordingly to some
medical researches, may help to reduce the extent of cell damage from free

4. Supports heart health

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There was a medical study in 2013 which showed that adding hazelnuts to the diet decreased peoples’ levels of a particular form of bad cholesterol. This type of cholesterol could contribute to heart problems. Hazelnuts could therefore reduce the levels of harmful cholesterol in the body.

Recipes ideas for Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

If you're a fan of Nutella, then there's really no need to introduce you to this section. Nonetheless, here goes.

The Happy Jars Chocolate Hazelnut spread melts beautifully into smoothies, dips and desserts. It spreads on toast, rotis & especially paranthas (I'm not kidding - this one deserves a try!)

Happy Jars Chocolate hazelnut smoothie

It also makes a delicious topping for your favourite cereal, oat bowl or even an evening coffee drink. This chocolate hazelnut spread is dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free and vegan.


  • thebooyo said:

    Hazelnuts Hazelnuts.
    are the fruit of the hazel tree, also known as cobnuts or filberts. They are a type of nut that is native to Europe and Asia, but they are now grown all over the world. Hazelnuts are a good source of healthy fats, protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. They have a sweet, nutty flavor and can be eaten raw, roasted, or chopped and used in baking and cooking.

    February 09, 2024

  • theboyo said:

    Hazelnutsare a great source of healthy fats, fiber, and antioxidants. They make a great addition to smoothies, adding a nice nutty flavor and extra nutrients. Have you ever tried making hazelnut milk? It’s a delicious dairy-free alternative to cow’s milk! Hazelnuts also pair well with cheese, making a great addition to a cheese board. And let’s not forget about hazelnut ice cream, a classic flavor that’s perfect for summer. Finally, hazelnuts make a great topping for oatmeal, adding a nice crunch and nutty flavor to your breakfast.

    July 18, 2023

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