The question wasn't about which was more delicious. It was about which was more nutricious or more precisely, which one was worst for us.
For me, this is always a tough question. First problem, I need to find some glasses so that I can see the labels. This is often tougher than it sounds. Today, after some searching, I got lucky and found that they were on my head. Really.
Then, I go to the harder part. What matters to my healthy? Is it the same as matters to my sons health. He's 14 and skinny as a rail. I'm 55 and struggling to maintain a certain look. Here's the labels, lets compare. Both define a server as 2 tablespoons.
Cholesterol: Cream Cheese has 20 mg, Nutalla has none. Score one for Nutella. One to one.
Tie breaker: Sodium I think that means salt. There's 125 mg of sodium per serving in cream cheese. Only 15 mg in Nutella. Nutella wins, two to one!
There is the nuance of what type of fat, saturated or note. They both had about the same percentage of their fats as saturated. I'm pretty sure saturated fats are worst type of fats.
There's also the question of whether we are eating in the morning, when carbs are probably more OK rather than at night, when I should probably be staying away from deserts, sugars, and carbs. But who knows?