Calories Will Never Matter Again Now That Genius Person Has Invented A Dessert Lasagna

(via Gothamist)

(Robicelli’s Bakery via Gothamist))

If you’re the kind of person who enjoys a well-crafted pile of cheese, sauce and noodles and also happens to indulge in eating chocolate hazelnut spread straight from the jar, you might as well give up on any hope you had of living a normal life, unburdened by extra calories. That’s because some incredibly smart/possibly crafty villain person has invented a dessert lasagna called the Nutellasagna. Pass me the spoon. You know the one.

While Frankenfoods are taking over the pastry business, what with all the cronuts and doughssants (made that one up) going around, one bakery figured, why not embrace the hype?

As Gothamist reports, the Nutellasagna started as a new dish developed during a Brooklyn bakery’s Jump The Shark summer, where they tried to get ahead of the Frankenfood trend by making their own weird dishes.

All you need to know is what Robicelli’s pastry maker says about the answer to all your hopes, prayers and dreams:

It’s layers of buttery lasagna noodles, cannoli custard, copious amounts of Nutella, crushed roasted hazelnuts and chopped chocolate, with some marshmallows on top for additional sweetness. They’ll be sold in foil catering pans, so you can pop it in the oven at home and serve warm Nutellasagna after dinner. Or you can eat it cold or room temp—totally up to you. No fancy packaging—this is straight South Brooklyn guinea.

People who live in NYC can order a pan of the dessert lasagna from the bakery starting the week of Christmas, while everyone else will just have to step up to the bar and create your own. Dessert lasagna, let’s make this a thing, people.

All I Want For Christmas Is Nutellasagna [Gothamist]

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