Peanut butter and Nutella are both popular food spreads that are universally adored. Peanut butter is the quintessential "I don't want to cook" food in the United States. Nutella has long been in use in Europe. Peanut butter is derived from roasted ground peanuts. It comes in either creamy or crunchy, and this food is made from hydrogenated vegetable oil, salt, and sweeteners.
Nutella is a hazelnut and chocolate spread—the main ingredients in Nutella sugar and vegetable oils, hazelnut skimmed milk, and cocoa. Nutella has more calories and fat, while peanut butter has more protein. However, on toasted bread, peanut butter spreads smoother than peanut butter. Peanut butter has been in use much longer than Nutella.