Food With Nutella

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Are you a fan of Nutella? Or someone who is looking for some unique ways to use Nutella? If so, then you’re in the right place. Whether you want to eat Nutella by itself or incorporate it into a variety of recipes like we did here, we have something for everyone.

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Food With Nutella

Nutella can be paired with anything—there’s a way to eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner if you really want to. Sure, you might have to get a little creative with your uses, but it’s worth the extra thought. If you’ve never really thought about all the things to do with Nutella, then you must not love the hazelnut spread as much as I do. 

For those of you who want to eat Nutella in more creative ways, I have the solution to your problem. Recipes that incorporate Nutella are endless, and if you’re feeling generous, invite your friends over to try them, too. Here are some creative Nutella recipes that will have you and your friends wanting so much more. 

1. Nutella Hot Chocolate 

sweet, mocha, hot chocolate, espresso, chocolate, cream, cappuccino, milk, coffee
Alex Kaneshiro
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Don’t lie to yourself, you’ve been looking for a way to liven up your hot chocolate for far too long but never know what to add. Look no further because this recipe is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Why wouldn’t you want to cozy up with your Nutella-infused hot chocolate during those cold winter months? I know I would. 

2. Nutella Banana Granola 

sweet, coffee, chocolate, cinnamon, granola, cereal
Maia Vernacchia
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If you’re getting sick and tired of your plain old granola in the morning, then you need to spice things up a bit by making this Nutella banana granola recipe. If you’re a true Nutella lover, you’ll appreciate the sugar rush it’s bound to give you. Not only that, but you’ll also be a happier person because it’s kind of hard not to be after you eat Nutella. 

3. Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookies 

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Mackenzie Barth
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A chocolate chip cookie a day keeps the doctor away, or at least you wish that was the case. Well if it’s not the doctor, then at least adding Nutella to your cookie could help keep all the bad vibes away. If there’s a way to make your cookies even more delicious, then you should go for it. 

4. Nutella-Stuffed Doughnut Muffins

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Julia Murphy
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Two of your favorite morning treats have just combined to form one heavenly creation. If you think you’ll be able to resist this a Nutella-stuffed doughnut muffin before your walk to class, you’re wrong. Don’t bother thinking about the calories, because they don’t matter when it comes to Nutella. 

5. Nutella Banana Bread 

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Katherine O’Malley
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As if you needed one more reason to eat banana bread. But that extra added Nutella is making it pretty hard to resist. Whether you want to have a slice for breakfast or pair it with vanilla ice cream for dessert, you won’t want to deprive your taste buds of this epic Nutella banana bread. 

6. Ferrero Rocher Cupcake with Nutella Buttercream 

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Jessica Fedin
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A cupcake loaded with this much chocolate? Don’t mind if I do. Nutella buttercream is something you probably never thought of trying, but it sure does look appealing. If there’s a way to incorporate Nutella, then go for it. 

7. Nutella-Filled Cinnamon Sugar Croissants 

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Allyn Scherr
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This is the most ingenious way to consume Nutella by far. Spicing up a butter croissants with the delicious taste of Nutella is more than anyone could have ever asked for. Not to mention, this Nutella croissant recipe would work great as breakfast or dessert, the choice is up to you. 

Simple and Delicious Ways to Eat Nutella

1. The world’s yummiest hazelnut chocolate spread.

2. A highly addictive source of happiness.

3. The most popular type of comfort food.

Now that I’ve told you the meaning of Nutella from my very own dictionary/perspective, I’ll share with you 28 simple and delicious ways to eat Nutella.

Also don’t forget to check out the 21 ways you can eat french fries…

1. Straight from the jar, with a spoon.

2. Ditch the spoon, use your fingers to eat and lick straight from the jar!

3. Chocolate up your sponge cake. Using a butter knife, spread Nutella on top of the sponge cake once it cools down after it is baked.

4. Spread Nutella over your stack of breakfast pancakes.

5. Fill your waffles with spoonfuls of Nutella, then add sliced strawberries on top for the ultimate treat.

6. Insert toothpicks into marshmallows, and then dip the spongy candy into Nutella and enjoy the gooey bites.

7. Make a delicious cup of Nutella hot chocolate. All you need to do, is to substitute the cocoa powder with 2 spoons of Nutella. You can add more if you like your hot chocolate sweet!

8. Add a spoonful of Nutella over your favorite flavor of ice-cream as a topping.

9. Have you ever heard of the one minute Nutella cake? Here’s the recipe.

10. Toast bread slices and then spread over a generous amount of Nutella. Eat while the bread is still warm!

11. Microwave a croissant bun for 10 seconds, then slice it open. Spread on a spoonful of Nutella and then fold it back together.

12. Make a Nutella biscuit/cookie sandwich! Get two biscuits/cookies (my favorite is McVitie’s Digestive), spread some Nutella on both of them, stick them together and indulge in a light snack.

13. Fill a small bowl with Nutella and use it as a dipping beside a fruit platter. The taste of Nutella works best with strawberries, bananas, apples, pears and kiwis.

14. Three words. Nutella s’mores pizza! 

Bake the pizza dough without any toppings in a hot oven for about 15 minutes, then set it aside. After it cools down, spread over a fine amount of Nutella and mini marshmallows. Put into the oven again for a couple of minutes until the marshmallows start to melt, take it out and savor every bite!

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15. What’s your favorite way of eating Oreos? Ours is twisting the Oreo cookie open, adding a dab of Nutella to one side, sealing it and then eating it!

16. Add a twist to your peanut butter sandwich by spreading a hint of Nutella to the bread, then add sliced bananas on top.

17. Nutella x M&M’S popcorn

When it’s time for a movie night, surprise your friends with some Nutella x M&M’S popcorn! Prepare the popcorn and set aside, add a generous amount of Nutella in a bowl and microwave for 10 seconds, stir and then repeat the process until it’s smooth. Be careful of the heat though! When the Nutella is smooth, drizzle it over the popcorn and top it off with some M&M’S. Toss well and indulge!

18. A hot crepe oozing with Nutella is just irresistible! You can eat it that way, or you can add some strawberries, bananas and whipped cream for extra deliciousness.

19. Nutella Covered Strawberries

Melt the Nutella, dip the strawberries in it, place them on a tray lined on a baking sheet and then refrigerate for a couple of hours. And that will be the closest thing you can have to Godiva’s chocolate covered strawberries!

20. Add Nutella to your cake mix 

Get a Betty Crocker brownie mix, follow the instructions as directed, but add 2-4 spoons of Nutella and a handful of pecans to the batter before you bake it. Enjoy a scrumptious crunchy dessert!

21. If you’re having your Cinnabon rolls to-go, don’t order extra chocolate sauce! When you get home, heat it up in the microwave and add a dab of Nutella on top for an unforgettable taste.

13 Things to Do With Nutella Other Than Eating it Straight From the Jar

A scoop of Nutella is the key to a person’s heart.

Sina D’AmicoPenn State University
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Nutella can be paired with anything—there’s a way to eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner if you really want to. Sure, you might have to get a little creative with your uses, but it’s worth the extra thought. If you’ve never really thought about all the things to do with Nutella, then you must not love the hazelnut spread as much as I do. 

For those of you who want to eat Nutella in more creative ways, I have the solution to your problem. Recipes that incorporate Nutella are endless, and if you’re feeling generous, invite your friends over to try them, too. Here are some creative Nutella recipes that will have you and your friends wanting so much more. 

1. Nutella Hot Chocolate 

sweet, mocha, hot chocolate, espresso, chocolate, cream, cappuccino, milk, coffee
Alex Kaneshiro
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Don’t lie to yourself, you’ve been looking for a way to liven up your hot chocolate for far too long but never know what to add. Look no further because this recipe is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Why wouldn’t you want to cozy up with your Nutella-infused hot chocolate during those cold winter months? I know I would. 

2. Nutella Banana Granola 

sweet, coffee, chocolate, cinnamon, granola, cereal
Maia Vernacchia
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If you’re getting sick and tired of your plain old granola in the morning, then you need to spice things up a bit by making this Nutella banana granola recipe. If you’re a true Nutella lover, you’ll appreciate the sugar rush it’s bound to give you. Not only that, but you’ll also be a happier person because it’s kind of hard not to be after you eat Nutella. 

3. Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookies 

cookie, butter, peanut butter, peanut, chocolate
Mackenzie Barth
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A chocolate chip cookie a day keeps the doctor away, or at least you wish that was the case. Well if it’s not the doctor, then at least adding Nutella to your cookie could help keep all the bad vibes away. If there’s a way to make your cookies even more delicious, then you should go for it. 

4. Nutella-Stuffed Doughnut Muffins

bread, cake, jam, pastry, sweet
Julia Murphy
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Two of your favorite morning treats have just combined to form one heavenly creation. If you think you’ll be able to resist this a Nutella-stuffed doughnut muffin before your walk to class, you’re wrong. Don’t bother thinking about the calories, because they don’t matter when it comes to Nutella. 

5. Nutella Banana Bread 

cake, sweet, bread, pastry, toast, chocolate
Katherine O’Malley
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As if you needed one more reason to eat banana bread. But that extra added Nutella is making it pretty hard to resist. Whether you want to have a slice for breakfast or pair it with vanilla ice cream for dessert, you won’t want to deprive your taste buds of this epic Nutella banana bread. 

6. Ferrero Rocher Cupcake with Nutella Buttercream 

cupcake, pastry, sweet, candy, cream, muffin, cake, chocolate
Jessica Fedin
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A cupcake loaded with this much chocolate? Don’t mind if I do. Nutella buttercream is something you probably never thought of trying, but it sure does look appealing. If there’s a way to incorporate Nutella, then go for it. 

7. Nutella-Filled Cinnamon Sugar Croissants 

pastry, chocolate, cookie, bread, sweet
Allyn Scherr
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This is the most ingenious way to consume Nutella by far. Spicing up a butter croissants with the delicious taste of Nutella is more than anyone could have ever asked for. Not to mention, this Nutella croissant recipe would work great as breakfast or dessert, the choice is up to you. 

8. Peanut Butter Nutella Banana Burrito 

pastry, cream, sweet, chocolate, cake
Madeline Leadem
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The combination of peanut butter, Nutella, and banana is one you won’t want to miss out on. They go together perfectly and each flavor complements the other. Make this burrito when you’re in a rush, you’ll thank me later. 

9. Nutella Babka 

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Meher Pandher
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With all the things to do with Nutella, this one is definitely the most unique. This treat is delicious on its own, but adding that extra Nutella flavor makes it 10 times better. If you want to be unique, then this Nutella babka is for you. 

10. Nutella Strawberry French Toast Roll-Ups 

toast, french toast
Emily Gordon
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Your mornings just got so much better with this recipe. French toast is a fan-favorite and adding Nutella to it makes it all the better. These French toast roll-ups are the perfect pick-me-up for your morning blues. 

11. Banana and Nutella Pancakes

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Christine Kim
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Topping your pancakes with Nutella is one thing, but adding it to the batter is a whole new ballgame. With these Nutella banana pancakes, you won’t have to worry about finding a topping to give your pancake more flavor.

12. Nutella Strawberry Panini 

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Tarika Narain
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Getting bored of your same old panini routine but can’t seem to find a replacement? Look no further because I’ve found the recipe for you. This Nutella panini is perfect for any meal, especially dessert.

13. Nutella-Stuffed Waffles 

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Phoebe Melnick
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Here’s one more thing that you can stuff with Nutella that you probably never thought of before. There’s no point in just topping your waffle with this spread when you could easily add it in the middle. Breakfast made easy (and delicious) with these Nutella-stuffed waffles. 

If you’re Nutella obsessed like I am, then you must try these recipes. Maybe you never knew there were this many things to do with Nutella, but your life will be better off now that you know. Invite your friends over and share the goodness of this chocolate hazelnut spread with them—they’ll love you for it.

5 Things to Make with a Jar of Nutella

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Though it originated in Italy, Nutella has become a celebrated staple right here in the U.S. Made from a combo of hazelnuts and cocoa powder, Nutella can be paired with just about anything. Read on to discover our best Nutella recipes for all-new ideas on how to use this craveable spread.

Three-Ingredient Brownies

Nutella, eggs and flour. That’s all you’ll need to make these super simple and moist brownies from The Pioneer Woman.

Grilled Pineapple with Nutella

Combine your love for fruit and for chocolate with this recipe from Giada De Laurentiis. Giada combines Nutella with heavy cream to make a chocolatey drizzle for her grilled pineapple. Before serving, she adds dollops of vanilla-spiked mascarpone cheese, plus chopped hazelnuts, on top for additional texture.

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2012, Food Network

Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti

Giada pairs Nutella spread with chopped toasted hazelnuts to add a double dose of hazelnut flavor.

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Matt Armendariz, 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Hazelnut-Chocolate Icebox Cake

Take a make-ahead dessert to the decadent level with this chocolatey icebox cake from Food Network Magazine. Silky layers of vanilla-mascarpone whipped cream and chocolate-hazelnut whipped cream separate the chocolate graham cracker layers, which become soft after absorbing the moisture from the cream.

Grilled Nutella and Banana Panini

Stuffed with mashed ripe bananas and velvety Nutella spread, this grilled whole-wheat panini from Bobby Flay makes a great dessert. To enjoy the full gooeyness of the warmed Nutella, serve the panini immediately after removing it from the grill.

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5 Fun Things to Make with Sprinkles for the Holidays

5 Fun Things to Make with Sprinkles for the Holidays
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During the holidays, I want everything to have an extra layer of sparkle, even the food — okay, especially the food. Sprinkles, from the silver BB-like dragees to edible glitter and shimmering sugars, deliver that extra layer of over-the-top, spectacular visual joy to my holiday expectations. These colorful, shiny confections add some glamour without much extra effort, not only to desserts but also appetizers and drinks, and they balance out savory dishes with just a touch of sweetness. Here are some ideas for fun and easy ways to add sprinkles to your holiday creations.1. Eggnog Party Rims

Dressed up with red and gold sugar and tiny white nonpareils, these vintage cut-glass mugs brimming with eggnog are ready to party.How to Rim Glassware with Sprinkles:

Pour a small amount of eggnog into a shallow bowl, dip the mugs in and then twirl the mugs in another bowl filled with sprinkles. Turn upright and let dry before filling with eggnog.

Eggnog Process
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2. Sparkling Sugared Cranberries

The appearance of these ruby gems in the market is one of the first signs that the winter holidays are around the corner. Visually stunning sugared cranberries are a study in contrasts. The tart, dark berries, which appear to be encrusted with tiny jewels, add a magical quality to whatever they adorn as they catch the light. The berries are tamed by an overnight soak in simple syrup, followed by a roll in a batch of sparkling sugar.

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Sugared cranberries go especially well with savory, soft cheeses. Pile onto a pretty platter for an easy cheese plate, or press a few berries into slices of toasted baguette topped with softened Brie for crostini.

Cranberries and Brie
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Get the Recipe: Sparkling Sugared CranberriesFor the sugar bath:2 cups granulated sugar2 cups water2 cups fresh cranberriesFor decorating:

1/2 cup sprinkles, such as colored sanding sugar, sparkling sugar and/or nonpareils1/2 cup superfine sugar*

Stir the granulated sugar into the water and simmer over medium-low heat until the sugar is thoroughly dissolved and the liquid has slightly thickened, about 5 minutes.

Rinse the cranberries and place them in a shallow bowl. Pour the simple syrup over the cranberries, cover and refrigerate overnight.

The next day, drain the berries. Put the sprinkles and superfine sugar into a bowl deep enough to hold the berries. Gently roll the berries in the sugar/sprinkles mixture in small batches, remove with a fork and let dry on a baking sheet.

* Note: If you can’t find superfine sugar in the market, pulse granulated sugar in a blender or food processor for a minute.3. Sprinkles Sugar Cubes

Plop a sugar cube doused with bitters into a flute. Top it off with your favorite Champagne or sparkling wine, and you have one of the perennial-favorite New Year’s Eve classic cocktails. Handcrafted aromatic bitters infused with Thai, Mexican or Moroccan flavors (available in specialty stores and online) and homemade sprinkles sugar cubes make it very 2014.

Sprinkles Sugar Cubes
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As the sugar cubes dissolve, sparkling edible star glitter is released into the glass. Making your own sugar cubes is fun and surprisingly easy. To serve, place one sugar cube in the bottom of each flute and let your guests pick their favorite.

Sugar Cubes Process
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Get the Recipe: Sprinkles Sugar Cubes1/4 cup granulated sugar2 tablespoons sparkling sugar or other sprinkles2 teaspoons waterEdible glitter such as stars or Christmas trees (optional)

Moisten the granulated sugar and sparkling sugar or sprinkles with about 2 teaspoons of water. The sugar should still be gritty, not wet. If using edible glitter, put a little bit into the bottom of candy molds or ice cube trays. Press the sugar mixture firmly into the trays and add a little more glitter, so that when you unmold it, the glitter is on both sides.4. Marshmallow Menorah

I came up with the idea for celebrating the Festival of Lights with these marshmallow menorahs while I was in art school. (I was too poor to spend money on anything that wasn’t edible.) They’re super cute, festive and cheerful, and after the sun sets, they help make excellent s’mores if you use dripless candles.

Marshmallow Menorah
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How to Make a Marshmallow Menorah:

Press candles into jumbo marshmallows. Dip the marshmallows into melted colored candy discs and then into blue and white jimmies and snowflake quins before dusting with royal blue sanding sugar. Do not hold them by the candles, and be sure to place them on a flame-safe surface. I also recommend using dripless candles if you plan to eat them afterward. These are great for college kids or anyone who doesn’t have a traditional menorah handy, or if you just want a fun alternative.

Marshmallow Menorah Process
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5. Stenciling

Delicate, powdery white confectioners’ sugar dusted in a pattern onto anything dark is a sight to behold. Snowflakes cut out of plain paper (like you made in grade school) can be used as stencils, or try lace, doilies or stainless-steel store-bought stencils made specifically for baking. There is also a wide variety of premade stencils available at craft stores and online.

Stenciling Brownies
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How to Stencil Baked Goods:

Place the stencil over the treat you wish to decorate. Dust with confectioners’ sugar, lift the stencil and accent with sugar pearls or other sprinkles.

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Jackie Alpers is an award-winning food photographer and the author of Sprinkles!: Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts (Quirk Books 2013).

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