Do you like classic Nutella sandwiches? Believe me, there are so many other sweet treats and lush chocolate desserts to make with this heavenly Italian chocolate spread! Interested? Then you should definitely check out these 14 decadent Nutella recipes below!
Well I guess that I don’t need to introduce Nutella, right.
This chocolate spread is probably the most famous and also the most sold chocolate spread on this planet. You would be astonished how many households worldwide have a jar of this tacky sweet Nutella stuff in their kitchen cupboards.
How about you?
Do you have a jar of Nutella in your cupboard or pantry somewhere?
I bet you do.
Easy Nutella Recipes
Just like me.
From time to time, not all the time.
I do like Nutella on my sandwiches for breakfast in the mornings. It reminds me of my childhood. They also taste great with a cup of coffee alongside of it in the afternoon as a sweet snack.
My husband isn’t too fond of Nutella though.
And for that reason I also try to buy the smaller jars, if I can find them that is. Because otherwise I need quite some time to work my way through the larger ones.
So that is why I started to look out for other delicious Nutella recipes treats to make other than the classic Nutella breakfast sandwiches.
I was quite impressed by the number of Nutella recipes ideas that I could find online.
So I thought it would be a great idea to combine them all in a blog post. To make it much easier for you! Yes, that is how this list below of 14 decadent Nutella recipes started to come together. I love every single one of these smashing looking Nutella recipes!
And even better: the hubs also likes most of these Nutella recipes!
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Do I have a favorite in this roundup list?
Then I would have to say the Nutella bread pudding to be honest.
I do like a good bread pudding, and the Nutella takes it to a whole other level.
The hubs also loves the sound of the Nutella truffles. But then maybe you are thinking now, there is never any Nutella leftover at my house.
Which is even more reason to dig into these Nutella recipes below because you clearly like your Nutella!
14 Nutella Recipes
Do you like your breakfast Nutella sandwiches?
Did you know that there are a lot of other yummy treats and sweet chocolate desserts to make with this classic chocolate spread?
Need more inspiration?
Then definitely check these 14 smashing Nutella recipes below!
Click on the pictures below and you will immediately be redirected to the right page!
1) Strawberry Banana Nutella Bread Pudding (Just Putzing)
And let’s kick this Nutella roundup off with this one!
Tina says: “Nutella is a delight, but Nutella with fruit is completely irresistible. I happened to have a couple of pounds of strawberries and bananas in my fridge so I sliced up a handful of each and added them to my bread pudding. Then I melted extra Nutella and drizzled that on top of it.”
Thank you so much Tina!
2) Strawberry Nutella Dessert Bruschetta (Floating Kitchen)
Bruschetta for dessert?
And here is what she says about her recipe: “I love dipping strawberries in Nutella, and that is how I came up with the idea to make these little bruschetta toasts. They also contain a secret savory component: mascarpone. It reduces the sweetness just a tad and gives them an extra creamy touch that is totally irresistible!”
Thank you so much Liz!
3) Nutella Hazelnut Crunchy Truffles (Sally’s Baking Addiction)
Have you ever made chocolate truffles before?
Sally says: “All you need to make these truffles is a spoon. And a couple of delicious ingredients such as hazelnuts, chocolate, Nutella, butter and cream. Yes, you only need 5 ingredients!”
Thank you so much Sally!
4) Easy Nutella Cookie Roll Ups (Pillsbury)
How are liking this Nutella recipes roundup so far?
The guys behind it describe their recipe like this: “These surprisingly simple 4 ingredient treats made with pie crust will be a huge success anywhere you serve them.”
Thank you so much!
5) Nutella Mug Cake (Nutella Recipes)
I also have a couple of Nutella recipes up my sleeve!
What about this Nutella mug cake? Have you made mug cakes before?
Here is an awesome sticky and sugary last minute snack or sneaky treat: try out my Nutella mug cake! This beauty is ready in less than 10 minutes. Quick and easy.
Are you a fan of Nutella recipes?
6) Nutellamisu (Twisted Food)
I am sure that you are a sweet tooth.
So what is the first thing that pops up in your mind if you hear ‘Italian desserts’?
Look how creamy and chocolatey and lush this slice of Nutellamisu is.
No way you can say no to this one!
7) Strawberry Nutella Chocolate Crepe Cake (Modern Honey)
Do you like crepes?
And here is what Melissa says: “Crepes are a huge success here at home, especially when they are chocolate. And covered in a lush dose of chocolate hazelnut Nutella goodness. Topped off with freshly whipped cream and sliced strawberries. A little shaved chocolate to finish.”
Thank you so much Melissa!
8) Molten Nutella Lava Cakes (Kirbie’s Cravings)
Are you looking for a couple of more Nutella recipes?
And Kirbie says: “Whether it is date night that you are planning or a family dinner party, these molten Nutella lava cakes are the perfect dessert for that. These look fancy and contain just 4 ingredients. And yes, these cakes taste just like a classic molten chocolate cake. This time with Nutella flavor!”
Thank you so much Kirbie for the inspiration!
9) No Bake Nutella Pie (Tasty Kitchen)
Let me present to you, this awesome looking no bake Nutella pie that I found on a cooking community website by the name of Tasty Kitchen. And if I am not mistaken, this recipe comes from another food blogger Katie Rhea from The Hill Country Cook.
What I love about this recipe is the simplicity of it.
You don’t need lots of funny ingredients: chocolate cookie crust, cream cheese, icing sugar, Nutella of course, whipping cream and vanilla.
And making the pie looks like a breeze. Hey, this Nutella pie is indeed a no bake pie!
Perfect to make with kids too.
Thank you so much Katie!
10) Nutella Croissants (Simply Home Cooked)
And how about a breakfast Nutella recipes?
Not a sandwich though!
Do you like baking?
And Dina says this about her croissants: “This crunchy Nutella croissants is just what you would get at a classic French bakery in the heart of the lovely city of Paris. Layers and layers of flaky and buttery croissant bread that is stuffed with Nutella chocolate spread.”
Thank you so much Dina for the inspiration!
11) Nutella Chocolate Mousse (Olive Magazine)
Have you made chocolate mousse before?
I am sure that you have heard of that culinary website before, right?
And here is what the people over at Olive Magazine say about their chocolate mousse recipe: “This is probably a chocolate dessert that flies in the face of popular food trends nowadays, however from time to time it is good to give into this temptation!”
Thank you so much for this lovely dessert idea!
12) Nutella Pudding with Caramelised Pretzels (Image)
I found this next Nutella pudding recipe on Image.
And apparently credits for this treat go to a baker by the name of John Whaite. He is the winner of The Great British Bake Off on 2012. And this Nutella pudding with caramelised pretzels come from his book called Perfect Plates in 5 Ingredients.
What do you think of it?
Looks spectacular, right!
Thank you so much!
13) Nutella Wontons (Home Made Interest)
Twelve down, two to go!
And let’s crank up the level of chocolate even more with these Nutella wontons!
What? Chocolate filled crispy fried wontons? Why haven’t I thought of this before!
Kate and Melinda behind Home Made Interest say: “These Nutella wontons are so simple to make with just two ingredients. But packed with flavor. These wontons are deep fried to make them crisp and make the Nutella gooey. They are absolutely amazing.”
Thank you so much ladies!
14) Nutella Hazelnut Pots de Creme (Bell’Alimento)
And let’s end this Nutella recipes roundup with a smashing one.
Credits for this lush dessert go to Paula who runs this food website.
She says: “I like these Nutella hazelnut pots de creme. It is French for pot of cream or custard. And I will translate it to wicked good. And made in the blender also means that it is easy. This dessert is incredibly rich so a small portion is just perfect.”
Thank you so much Paula!