Dangerously Delicious Nutella Recipes
Irresistibly Good Nutella Recipes
What doesn’t taste good with a little dollop of Nutella? Slather it on bread or dip breadsticks and strawberries into it. Top banana slices with it, bake it into thumbprint cookies, or use as the filling for sandwich cookies—the possibilities are endless.
You can make your own homemade chocolate-hazelnut spread that mimics the addictive qualities of the store-bought variety—trust us, it's easy to do. For a two-tablespoon serving, our version saves you 18 grams of sugar and slashes the saturated fat in half. You also get twice the amount of protein and fiber, plus all the antioxidant benefits of dark chocolate.
Chocolate-Triple Hazelnut Truffles
You’ll find a triple hit of hazelnut goodness in these creamy two-bite truffles: hazelnut liqueur, chocolate-hazelnut spread, and toasted salted hazelnuts. Eating just one of these über rich chocolate bites will leave you satisfied.
Banana, Chocolate, and Hazelnut Dip
Made with Greek yogurt and light sour cream, this delicious spread makes a guilt-free treat. Serve on graham crackers, or add it to a peanut butter sandwich for a touch of sweetness without loading it up with calories.
Try out this innovative bruschetta recipe that will leave your guests begging for more!
This is a simply amazing recipe—layers of crisp phyllo interspersed with mixed nuts and hazelnut-chocolate spread, with just enough butter to enhance the flavor yet keep the sat fat low. Lightly spiced honey syrup gives the gooey, sticky quality that makes baklava so heavenly.
Chocolate-Hazelnut Banana Bread
“Keep some napkins handy—a slice falls apart in the best possible way.” —Hannah Klinger, Editorial Contributor
Banana-Chocolate French Toast
For hard-to-please kids, try serving breakfast for dinner. Pair this dish with a mixed fruit cup to round out the meal.
Crunchy Chocolate Hazelnut Sandwich
Serve these delightful 100-calorie chocolate sandwiches for a snack or dessert. Break 1 chocolate graham cracker rectangle in half. Spread 1/2 tablespoon chocolate hazelnut spread (such as Nutella) onto one half. Top with remaining half.
Somewhere between candy, cookie, and nut brittle lies this dessert that combines hazelnut meal (very finely ground nuts), a splash of Frangelico, and chocolate-hazelnut spread for a triple hit of nutty goodness. This sophisticated dessert, with its large, pizza-sized shape and artfully pebbled texture, only takes 21 minutes to make, so baking a second batch couldn't be easier.
With a double shot of chocolate and hazelnut flavors, kids and adults will rave over these filled cookies. The espresso powder is optional, but it intensifies the chocolate flavor.
Chocolate-Hazelnut-Banana Finger Sandwiches
If you're craving chocolate, these gooey delights will do the trick.
You don’t have to limit your chocolate and strawberry cravings to dessert time or fondue. Satisfy your sweet tooth in small portions with a chocolate-hazelnut graham topped with fresh strawberries.
Triple Hazelnut Cheesecake
Hazelnuts, hazelnut-chocolate spread, and fat-free cheeses make this dessert lower in saturated fat and higher in heart-healthy monounsaturated fat than most cheesecakes. Look for hazelnut-chocolate spread near the peanut butter in your supermarket or make your own.
Cocoa Hazelnut Truffles
These guilt-free treats are nutrageously good. (And two decadent truffles come in at just 120 calories!)
Crepes with Bananas and Hazelnut-Chocolate Sauce
Mix breakfast up a bit with these light, airy French delights. Don't worry if all your crêpes don't turn out perfectly; there's enough batter to allow for a few mistakes.
Sour Cream-Hazelnut Bundt Cake
The moist cake is enhanced by the hidden surprise of crunchy hazelnuts and chocolate-hazelnut spread. Bake this cake up to a month ahead, and freeze; thaw at room temperature.