10 Unusual Nutella Recipes to Try This Weekend

When it comes to baking and Nutella, there's nutelling how creative your recipes can get.

Compiled by Emma Kapotes
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    Courtesy vanillasugarblog.com

    Salted Nutella Cookie Bars

    This Vanilla Sugar Blog recipe reinvents the blondie by mixing cookie dough and topping it with Nutella and sea salt.

    Courtesy Ashley Manila

    Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

    Is it breakfast? Is it dessert? Try mixing Greek yogurt with this decadent, five-minute recipe from Baker by Nature.

    Courtesy thefirstyearblog.com

    Nutella Caramel Kisses

    Peanut-butter blossom cookies get a Nutella makeover in this recipe from The First Year Blog.

    Courtesy Clara Persis

    Nutella Hot Chocolate

    Cozy up with a hot mug of Nutella hot chocolate from Clara Persis Blog.

    Courtesy Stephanie Brubaker @ Back for Seconds

    Reese's Nutella Banana Bread

    Peanut butter, hazelnuts, chocolate, bananas: this recipe from Back for Seconds may just pull all your favorite flavors into one adorable mini loaf.

    Courtesy Ambitious Kitchen

    Nutella Stuffed Brown Butter Sea Salt Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Ambitious Kitchen has made a cookie recipe that may just win a prize on its name alone.

    Courtesy Linda Lomelino

    Nutella Pie Pops

    Gorgeous mini pie pops by Call Me Cupcake take the "on a stick" trend to a whole new(tella) level.

    Courtesy Jocelyn Brubaker

    Sprinkle Nutella Rolls

    These quick rolls from Inside BruCrew Life only require three ingredients.

    Courtesy Isabelle Boucher

    Nutella Chocolate Chunk Granola

    Mama's granola recipe never tasted like this one from Crumb Blog, which can be enjoyed over yogurt or out of the jar.

    Courtesy Emily von Euw

    Healthy Nutella Milkshake

    Organic hazelnut butter and nut milk make this nutella milkshake by This Rawsome Vegan Life delicious and vegan friendly!


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