February 5th is World Nutella Day (it’s also National Yorkshire Pudding Day if that’s your thing). Now, you’re probably like us in that you don’t need a nominated day of the year to enjoy Nutella. But it’s good to have an excuse when things get out of hand, and World Nutella Day is that day.
Make one or make all ten of these recipes, just make sure you milk this day for all it’s worth!
Scrolls look fancy and they taste incredible (as indeed they should being filled with Nutella), but they’re really simple to make. Get the kids involved with Taste.com’s recipe.
Nutella Jar Hot Chocolate
Once upon a time, an empty jar of Nutella would be tossed in the bin without a second thought for the potential that exists in the chocolatey remnants. The invention of the Nutella Jar Hot Chocolate has changed that mentality.
Oh Sweet Basil’s oaty Nutella Bars with Nutella frosting are a delicious way to serve up your favourite choc-hazelnut spread to multiple people. This recipe yields 12 bars for only 20 minutes of your time.
Image: Oh Sweet Basil
Nutella Cheesecake Dip
Crackers, apples, biscuits, nuts – they all go well with Snappy Gourmet’s cheesecake dip. There’s no baking needed here and it only takes five minutes to make!
Image: Snappy Gourmet
Laura Vitale’s Nutella popsicle video has had over five million views, and for good reason: her simple recipe is one you can make without fuss. And, as you can already imagine, creamy Nutella lollies are delightful.
Microwave Nutella Brownie
We’re big fans of microwave meals in mugs, we made a list of our favourite recipes here. Bigger Bolder Baking’s Nutella brownie passed us by at the time, but now we’ve found it there’s no going back.
Image: Bigger Bolder Baking
Nutella Rice Krispie Treats
Half Baked Harvest’s Teighan originally made these Rice Krispie squares for a five year old’s birthday – a whole lot of adults are thankful she did! A straightforward brown butter-based recipe that’s ready in 20 minutes.
Image:Half Baked Harvest
If you need to quell those Nutella cravings in a hurry, The Stay at Home Chef’s three-ingredient mousse is the way to do it. A light and airy dessert that’s ready to tuck into in five minutes.
Nutella Skillet S’mores
A jar of Nutella, 18 marshmallows and a decent skillet are all you need to knock up this moreish dessert. The Kitchn opts for Graham Crackers to serve. They’re not all that common in the UK, so use a plain biscuit like a Digestive or Rich Tea instead.
Image: The Kitchn
The beauty of Bright Eyed Baker’s Nutella crêpes is in their simplicity: crêpe, Nutella and powdered sugar. No side of berries or banana required. Serve with your preferred caffeinated beverage.
Image:Bright Eyed Bakerhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/allisonhare/5472270855
February 5th is World Nutella Day. Now, you’re probably like us in that you don’t need a nominated day of the year to enjoy Nutella. But it’s good to have an excuse when things get out of hand, and World Nutella Day is that day.