The last fudgy brownie recipe you'll ever need, with three kick ass variations to mix it up.
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In this toothsome homemade take on a commercial classic, a tender, flaky heart shaped crust is filled with Nutella, then baked to crispy-on-the edges, soft-on-the-inside perfection. A healthy dollop of confectioners' sugar glaze with rainbow sprinkles makes these treats as adorable as they are sweet.
What's more delicious than a chocolate dipped banana? Only a chocolate dipped banana with nuts on top! Here it is in smoothie form for your breakfast enjoyment.
Treat yourself to this rich and creamy pudding made of bittersweet chocolate and nutty hazelnut-chocolate spread.
The uncanny creaminess of frozen bananas, their best friend Nutella, and rich, tangy coconut milk yogurt combine for this frozen treat.
Quick fried short crust pies stuffed with sliced bananas and Nutella.
A dessert grilled cheese made with Nutella and creamy brie.
Incredibly rich and creamy gelato that tastes so fully of chocolate and hazelnuts that you won't need to touch Nutella again.
A sweet brunch item you can make the night before, then bake fresh the next morning.
Crunchy cornflakes coat these buttery french toast sandwiches stuffed with oozy chocolate-hazelnut Nutella and fresh banana.
The beauty of these cookies is their versatility. Play around: you can fill them with jam, Nutella, peanut butter, or chocolate ganache.
These meringue-topped cupcakes hold a sweet surprise: sliced strawberries and gooey Nutella.
There's not a speck of flour in this one layer torte, so the result is richer, fudgier, and loads more sinful than any brownie.
It's like eating Nutella straight out of the container but without the guilt! Strike that, it's got all the guilt, but at least it's got some booze mixed in there to help you deal with it.
This cake, with its tiers of moist chocolate cake refreshed with hazelnut liqueur and airy drifts of chocolate, Nutella, and toasted hazelnut mousse, transports me the memory of a small bowl of Baci in the living room.
Making the hazelnuts into a brittle means every bite has a subtle crunch, but even after grinding in a food processor, lots of big, chunky hazelnut bites will remain. Don't hesitate to substitute corn syrup for honey if that's what you have on hand, or do so for a vegan variation. And as long as we're talking substitutions, you can use toasted pumpkin seeds and pumpkin seed oil (or another oil of your choice) to make a nut-free version, should you suffer from a nut allergy.
I'm tempted to deem these the perfect lunchbox treat for back-to-schoolers, but really they're the ideal mid-day pick me up for anyone.
These chocolate chocolate chip hazelnut cookies are filled with Nutella.
The following recipe is from the December 30 edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! Nutella is a beautiful thing. Chocolate and hazelnuts brought together into a creamy spread—what's not to...