Must Share Nutella Recipes

August 16, 2011

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Twitter can be a dangerous place… especially for the hungry.

I keep hearing about these incredible Nutella creations, and guess who has an entire container waiting for consumption? You guessed it.

First, twitter pal Tiffany aka @fashionxcourt tells me about a 90-second Nutella Cake that she found on Back to her Roots. Umm, hello, awesome. And, then Megan of The Frugalista Diaries made it in 60 seconds with a own twist: peanut butter. Oy, heaven. While I don’t make it a habit of indulging in these ultra sweet treats at home (I save it for when we’re out), these looked too incredible not to share.

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90 Second Nutella Chocolate Cake

Microwave power varies drastically. It take a little trial and error to figure out the time and power to get the right cake texture. But once you figure it out, you’ll always know. Serves 1-2 / Print recipe

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon Nutella

1 egg, beaten

1 heaping tablespoon flour

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon cocoa powder

1 tablespoon brown sugar

Directions:

Whisk together all ingredients in a bowl until well combined. Pour the batter into two greased ramekins or one large grease microwavable bowl or mug. Microwave on 70% power for 30 seconds. At the end of the time, check for doneness (and volcano-ness!). If not cooked through, add 15 seconds at a time.

 

Next up, sweetheart Ying of My Dressy Ways tweets me about a NUTELLA AND MARSHMALLOW-stuffed french toast that was posted on the blog, My Thirty Spot. How stunning is this??

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S’mores Stuffed French Toast
Makes 1 serving by: Buns in My Oven

Ingredients
2 slices sandwich bread
handful of mini marshmallows
Nutella
1/2 cup graham cracker crumbs
1 egg
2 tablespoons milk
Heat a skillet over medium heat.

Directions
Beat the egg and milk together in a pie plate or shallow dish. Pour the graham cracker crumbs in a second pie plate or shallow dish.

Spread Nutella on both slices of bread. Top one slice with mini marshmallows and then put the other slice of bread on top, Nutella side down.  Squish it together a bit.

Place the sandwich in the egg mixture and turn to coat. Remove from the egg mixture and place in the graham cracker crumbs,
turning the sandwich to coat each side with crumbs.

Place the sandwich on the skillet and cook until lightly browned and the marshmallows are melted. Let sit for a few minutes before cutting in half. Enjoy!

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  • http://www.mydressyways.com My Dressy Ways

    I must have both! Twitter is a VERY dangerous place! So enabling! Lol

  • Katie

    Oh these are so not helping my diet willpower. They look delicious! I might have to make them “for the kids” (with a tiny bite for me.)

    • admin

      haha, i totally hear ya on making for the kids. My daughter’s mac and cheese?? YUM!

  • http://www.haute-lunch.com Tara J.

    Oh my goodness- that nutella smores french toast looks so delicious! NOM NOM NOM!!! I shouldn’t try it, but I really want to. :)

  • http://thefrugalistadiaries.blogspot.com megan, the frugalista diaries

    Uhm those s’mores look like they can either be my very best friend or worst enemy. Mmmm

    • admin

      Exactly… I’m scared to make it for fear of how much I’m going to love it!

  • http://stripesandsequins.com grace – stripes & sequins

    YUM! sounds amazing!!!

  • http://www.muchlove-illy.blogspot.com ilene @ much love, illy

    oh my goodness – my mouth is watering. i must try that second recipe!!

  • http://shanaandadam.blogspot.com Shana

    My family in Israel LOVES Nutella..I must say I am peanut butter person..but these look great!

    Shana
    THRIFTERS WANTED LINK UP HERE

  • http://jointhegossip.blogspot.com Leeann @ Join the Gossip

    I have a problem with Nutella…I love it too much!!

  • http://www.bravoerunway.com bravoerunway

    Both items look SO yummy and I am SO hungry…. I’ve never tried tweeting for food recipe suggestions…don’t mind if I do now?

  • http://fashionistammc.blogspot.com Mandy

    Twitter is so dangerous. Both look so so so good! I am holding out on making these. My waist will thank me later ;)

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  • http://www.facebook.com/samantha.holt.965 Samantha Holt

    I’ve just tried the Nutella cake recipe, and it’s fabulous. I’ve tried several single-serve dessert recipes in the last week, and this is the first that was entirely successful! Thank you very much.

    • http://twitter.com/AvgGirlsGuide The Avg Girl Guide

      So glad to hear, and appreciate you stopping by to let me know. Now, of course, I’m craving nutella! :)

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