This is our family’s list of our favorite easy Nutella recipes, and we mean FAVORITE. These recipes all use Nutella, and they’ll be your new favorites, too.
I can’t think of anything better than putting a big scoop of Nutella on a spoon, and enjoying a moment with that chocolate hazelnut nectar.
Wait. Yes, I can! Putting Nutella in a dessert is SO much better! Here are some of our family’s favorite Nutella recipes we’ve come to love over the years.
Nutella Ricotta Cookies
Have you ever had a ricotta cookie? They are fluffy pillows of heaven, and very easy to make.
This recipe for Nutella Ricotta Cookies combines the richness of Nutella with the airy feel of a traditional ricotta cookie.
3 Ingredient Nutella Brownies
This is a new favorite for our family, but it’s quickly rising to the top of our “must make this weekend” list. You just can’t beat an easy Nutella brownie recipe!
There are only 3 ingredients in this brownie recipe, so it’s perfect for kids to make themselves (or when you need a chocolate fix late at night).
Homemade Nutella Marshmallows
Nutella marshmallows have been a homemade gift we’ve given for almost 12 years, and they are always a hit.
Making marshmallows isn’t as difficult as it may seem, so adding a Nutella swirl to the mix is just as simple.
Add these to your homemade hot chocolate on those chilly nights. Eat these while hiding in your pantry away from your children. Ha!
Nutella Ritz Bars
Last but not least is a delectable invention I created on a whim. When I created my pumpkin spice ritz bars, I knew I could take this kind of treat to the next level.
Behold: Nutella Ritz Bars.
These are a no-bake Nutella recipe, so it’s another great dessert the kids can make on their own. It’s similar to making rice krispie treats, but taken up a notch. If you try it, leave me a comment to let me know how you like it!
3 Ingredient Nutella Cake
My friend Vera from Lady And The Blog shared this beautiful 3 Ingredient Nutella Cake, and I had to add it to the list!
It’s super similar to the Nutella brownies recipe above, but taken to the next level.
I can’t wait to make this simple cake this fall. Here’s the full recipe: