A few weeks ago, my kids were wanting a snack and I was wanting to bake something. I did a little online research to see if I could find something simple that I could have ready when they woke up from their naps and somehting that I already had the ingredients for. I came across these Nutella Cookies and it fit the bill. With only a handful of ingredients and a main ingredient that my kids beg for on a daily basis, I knew this was it.
The original recipe didn’t call for the addition of the milk, I added that because I found it to be too dry to easily work with. I also found that I had to really work it with my hands to get it combined well enough. BUT… the end result was a wonderful chocolate hazelnut cookie. It was thin and the outside was a little crisy but the inside was fudgy. It reminded me a lot of the corner piece of brownie! They were delicious and needless to say… my kids loved them!
- 1 cup NUTELLA
- 1/2 cup SUGAR
- 1 cup FLOUR
- 1 EGG
- 1 Tablespoon MILK
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix nutella, sugar, flour, and egg. Add milk, starting with just 1/2 Tablespoon (only add more if you need it). Mix well, you may have to use your hands for this! Drop onto a parchment lined baking sheet in 1 Tablespoon balls. Bake 8 minutes or until set. ENJOY!
Printed from Crumbs and Chaos (www.crumbsandchaos.net)
Recipe Source: A Busy Nest
Some of our other favorite nutella recipes are:
You can find us linking up HERE!
Heather @ new house, new home, new life says
These sounds great – I have a jar of Nutella sitting in the fridge waiting for some inspiration – now I found it.
Came to you through Cowgirl Up linky.
Pamela / Pamela's Heavenly Treats says
Love this recipe, I have never used Nutella before, but I will be going to the store to get some, I will be making these next week I will just tweak the resipe a little and make with whole wheat flour and brown sugar, and see how it comes out, thanks for sharing
Kali @ The Vintage Milk House says
These looks amazing! I’ve just recently fallen in love with Nutella and can’t get enough of it! Thanks so much for sharing! I found you via Mandy’s Recipe Box & am now following!!
Audra @ Once a Mom Always a Cook says
I was totally going to look for a Nutella cookie recipe today and I click on your blog and hear it is! Amazing 🙂 Thank you for sharing! I really want to add bananas…I don’t know how that would turn out but I am in love with Nutella banana sandwiches lately!
Stopping by from Tuesday Time Out. These cookies look delicious and easy. My husband loves Nutella – I’ll have to put this on my list of recipes to try!
Love nutella!I awarded you the Versatile Blogger Award. Head on over to my blog to claim it. Have a great day!
Mindie Hilton says
These look great. We love Nutella, it’s always a bad thing when we run out.
Nutella is such a favorite of mine. Of course it doesn’t usually last long enough to make it into recipes. I have no idea who eats it:-) These cookies sound awesome! I bet they would be great with ice cream in the middle!!!
TB Studios says
Definitely going to make these tonight =]
Cameron Meerdink says
I had to pin these so I can make them after Lent is over (since I gave up chocolate – dang!!)! Thanks for a delicious looking recipe!
Trish - Sweetology101 says
I pinned too, how yummy. Here from Tidy Mom
Natasha in Oz says
They look so good. I’m going to try this recipe for sure. I just posted about a yummy nutella muffin recipe-we love nutella at our house!
Natasha in Oz
Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm says
Yummmm…Nutella! These look delicioius and easy! Thanks for sharing it!
Mmmm…those look awesome! Thanks for sharing at Shine on Fridays!
Megan and Emily@Whimsically Homemade says
These are so easy and they have one of my most favorite things…NUTELLA!! I can’t wait to try these out! Now following. Love from Whimsically Homemade!
Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon says
Thanks for sharing this recipe… they look incredible! Will have to keep this recipe, for sure!
Ivy and Elephants says
I cannot wait to try this recipe. I love Nutella sooooooo much. Thank you for this sharing this awesome recipe! I would love it if you would share this at our What’s It Wednesday blog party. Hope to see you there.
Going to have to try to GF/CF these with Justin’s Nut Butter and almond milk, but these sound fab as-is!
I would love these, but Nutella has 26 grms of sugar in it, it is not that good for you. Maybe some nut butter or pbutter with some cocoa in it might be better…
How much exactly is 1 cup of nutella?
And how much exactly is a cup of flour?
Sorry im just a kid , but im scared if i accidently measure the ingredients wrong. Please reply soon
Someone please reply 🙁
You measure out 1 cup of nutella in a measuring cup and also 1 cup of flour in a measuring cup. I’m not exactly sure what you’re asking when you say how much. We used a regular 1 cup measuring cup when making this recipe.
Have you tried using rice flour instead of wheat flour? It is very nutritious and gluten free.
Approx how many cookies does this recipe yield? Sounds fantastic. And for all the sugar haters out there, why are you looking up cookie recipes?