This Nutella Recipe was created for Making the World Cuter by Ashton Swank of Something Swanky.
Do I even need to write a post? I’m not sure I can even attempt to say anything that eclipses the image of a nutella filled “reese’s cup.” It’s possibly my new favorite thing. Ever.
These are SO easy, and soooooo good.
And honestly, who’s not looking for another way to stuff their face with Nutella? I’m pretty much always on the hunt.
Munch on these by the handful or stuff them in cookies (say…. Nutella Monster Cookies?)!
Either way, you want these in your life.
Nutella “Reese’s Cups”
All measurements can be easily adjusted with no drastic differences in the result, so I’m just going to list approximate measurements for about 1-2 dozen cups and general step-by-step info. It’s not rocket science– it’s just however you like it!
- 1/4 c. Nutella
- 5 tbsp. Powdered Sugar
- 3 Tbsp. Milk
- 1 tsp. Vanilla
- Melting Chocolate, melted
Use a fork to “mush” together the powdered sugar and the nutella in a medium bowl.
Add the vanilla and continue to “mush.”
Gradually add in the milk, 1 tbsp. at a time until you’ve reached a “play dough” like consistency.
Use either a candy cup mold or a mini cupcake pan lined with mini candy liners, and fill each mold about halfway with melted chocolate.
Roll about 1 tsp. of the nutella mixture into a ball and flatten slightly with palms. Press into the melted chocolate until the chocolate rises up over the edges of the nutella ball.
Use your finger or a knife to gently spread the chocolate over the top of the nutella mixture.
Let cool to harden.
Now It’s Your Turn!
What’s your favorite way to eat Nutella? Let us know in the comments!
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