Nutella Brownies!

Super delicious Brownies that are incredibly easy to make, that are scrumptiously full of the delicious Nutella flavour!

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I am obviously addicted to Brownies, and after the fact that I accidentally bought a massive tub of Nutella (and by accident I mean purposely went to the shop to buy) into my basket, I knew I had some Nutella experiments to complete!

I love all of my brownie recipes, but my most popular is my Chocolate Orange Brownies – and these definitely do come up there with how delicious they are. If you love Nutella then you will honestly love these – They are so easy to make, like literally they are a one bowl, make in 30 seconds or less mix that you can then just bung in the oven and bake. They couldn’t be any easier!

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My other Nutella recipes such as my Ferrero Rocher & Nutella No-Bake Cheesecake, my Nutella & Ferrero Rocher Fudge and my Nutella Cupcakes are always consistently popular on my blog week on week and I can understand why – they are based around Nutella after all – but if you want something that is even easier to make than those, then you should definitely make these.

I am by no means the person to have come up with this recipe, and I am not even sure who started it, but this is my version of the recipe. I noticed in some other recipes that they used an awkward amount of Nutella in my opinion, and I just wanted to be able to use the whole Jar – so this is my delicious version! Enjoy!

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This recipe makes 8 decent brownies, 16 mini ones! 

Ingredients

– 400g Nutella
– 3 Large Eggs
– 75g Plain Flour
– 8-16 Ferrero Rocher

Method

1) Preheat your oven to 180C/160C Fan and Line an 8″ Square tin with parchment paper.

2) In a Large bowl add the Nutella, Eggs and Plain Flour and mix thoroughly with a spatula – try not to over beat it unnecessarily, but make sure its completely combined.

3) Pour the mix into the tin and bake the brownies in the oven for 25-30 minutes – you can check them by inserting a skewer after 25 minutes, it should be a tiny bit gooey but not completely covered in mix!

4) Once removed from the oven, push in your Ferrero Rocher into however many pieces you’re going to be cutting it so that they mould in easily, and leave the brownies to cool fully. Once cooled, cut up and enjoy!

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Tips and Ideas

I top my Brownies with Ferrero Rocher as they’re Nutella-y and delicious, and also look nice! However, this is obviously optional.

You can easily half this recipe if you wanted to make a smaller batch, but I don’t know why you would… they’re just so yummy!

These Brownies will last in an airtight container for 1 week!

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ENJOY!

Find my other Brownie Recipes on my Recipes Page!

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