by KRISTIN APPENBRINK
Don’t have a favorite dessert recipe that calls for Nutella? We can help with that. Here are 20 of our favorites that are sure to satisfy your chocolate-and-hazelnut cravings.
No-bake cookies are a nostalgic recipe for many of us, but this version is an update on the classic with the addition of Nutella to the mix. It’s a classic for a new generation.
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Our favorite of the three variations on this breakfast baked good is the one that has a coating of cinnamon-sugar and gooey Nutella. They might be a bit messy to eat, but they are totally worth it.
If you’re looking for a seriously impressive dessert, these chocolate-hazelnut crunch bars should be at the top of your list. They look like something from a fancy candy store, but are surprisingly easy to make.
No, Nutella isn’t a traditional filling for hamantaschen, the tri-corner cookie usually made for Purim, but that doesn’t make it any less delicious. After all, we’re all for innovation when it comes to desserts.
Skillet s’mores are a favorite summer dessert for us, and this Nutella-based upgrade makes them even easier to make. All you have to do is broil the marshmallows, and the Nutella will get a bit melty in the process.
These double chocolate cookies get the second cocoa dose from the Nutella in the batter. You can use whatever icing colors you have, or just leave them un-iced and enjoy the crackly tops.
What makes these sticky buns a bit of a cheat? The fact that they use store-bought puff pastry to save time. Don’t worry — we won’t tell if you won’t.
Your hot chocolate could use an upgrade, mostly in the form of this Nutella-based version. The only thing you have to decide is do you want it spiked or not.
Think of these delicious little puffs as the poor man’s chocolate croissant — except for the fact that they are warm and filled with a melty center of Nutella, so they’re actually quite rich.
We’ve fully embraced the microwave mug cake because sometimes all you really need is one small serving of cake. This Nutella version can be whipped up in five minutes and it cooks in the microwave while you put on your PJs.
If you like your brownies to be fudgy to the extreme, then this two-ingredient recipe is for you. All it takes is Nutella and a few eggs, and you have a completely decadent dessert.