Celebrate World Nutella Day with these must-try recipes
World Nutella Day takes place on the 5th of February - here are some decadent recipes to try
Each year on 5 February, chocolate lovers around the globe celebrate the happy collision of chocolate and hazelnuts, better known as a spread called Nutella.
Founded in 1963, Nutella was born out of a lack of chocolate during World War II in Piedmont, Italy. Ferrero, the creator of Nutella, spotted a solution for the shortage of chocolate by combining hazelnuts, sugar and a bit of cacao – another rare commodity at the time.
Nowadays, Nutella is a favourite ingredient in baking and cooking, so let World Nutella Day be just another excuse to try these decadent and delicious recipes below:
No bake Nutella squares
Take all the fuss out of spending hours in the kitchen by whipping up these easy no-bake squares. The scrumptious bites are the perfect balance of biscuit with the nutty chocolate spread we all love.
Nutella sandwich cookies
It takes only just three ingredients (yes, just three!) to whip up a batch of Nutella sandwich cookies – whether you like to dunk them in milk or have them with a warm cup of tea, these are a must!.
Nutella mug cake for one
Not everyone in the house might love Nutella as much as you do so instead of toiling over the oven for hours – create a Nutella-themed sweet treat in a single mug that’s perfect for one.
Microwave Nutella fudge cake
Nutella and cake go together like bread and butter – the soft sponge of the cake paired with the creamy and nutty flavours of the spread make it a match made in heaven. Mix all the ingredients listed together and simply pop it into the microwave. Voila!
Oreo Nutella milkshake
Creamy, chocolate-filled and decadent are three words we can use to describe this Orea Nutella milkshake. Using only 5 ingredients, create this effortless dessert milkshake for the whole family. P.S the kids will thank you for this one.
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