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3 Ingredient Nutella Recipes

Get three easy 3 Ingredient Nutella recipes you can make and eat in no time! Enjoy Nutella Brownies, Nutella Cookies and even Nutella Truffles in minutes!
3 Ingredient Nutella recipes that will blow your mind and tastebuds!!!!

Hi Bold Bakers!

Let’s talk about Nutella! Nutella has quickly become one of the most popular flavors and ingredients around the world and for good reason. For those of you who have never tasted it before it’s a delicious dessert spread. The flavor is the perfect balance of chocolate and hazelnut, and the texture is silky smooth. While it’s super yummy all on its own, it’s so much fun to bake with. And you can even make it with my Homemade Nutella recipe.

Since Nutella provides so much flavor and texture it is the perfect base for super simple baked good and treats. With that in mind I’ve created three 3 ingredient Nutella recipes all including the magic stuff. You will be amazed by how versatile it is.

Believe me it is possible to create 3 totally different desserts with just flour, eggs, nutella and oreo cookies. These are all ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen but I bet you’ve never used them like this before.

I combine oreo cookies, nutella and melted chocolate to make super rich Nutella Truffles. A bit of flour, eggs and Nutella make perfectly fudgy Nutella Brownies, complete with a crackly top and chewy center. And lastly I even created a recipe for moist and chewy Nutella Cookies with the most basic ingredients that you probably already have to hand.

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro I know you’ll love all three of these recipes because you really can’t go wrong with Nutella!

3 Ingredient Nutella Brownies

Do you love fudgy, chewy Chocolate Brownies?? Do you have Nutella in the cupboard? If you answered YES, then get my 3 Ingredient Nutella Brownies recipe.

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3 Ingredient Nutella Cookies

Need to whip up some cookies in a hurry? These cookies take no time at all. Get my 3 Ingredient Nutella Cookies recipe.

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3 Ingredient Nutella Truffles

How professional do these truffles look?? Well they would make the perfect end to any meal and all you need is my 3 Ingredient Nutella Truffles recipe.

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Looking for more three ingredient recipes? Try my 3 Ingredient Cookies!

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38 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Nutella Recipes

  1. Aloha from Hawaii Island!

    Just made 22 almost Nutella cookies. Almost because I used Costco’s hazelnut spread instead of Nutella. They turned out great. I had to make some quickie cookies for Christmas and I had all 3 ingredients plus flaked coconut. I wish I had added coconut to all of the cookies instead of half of them. I weighed my dough balls at 40 grams each cause I wanted them to be equal. (I’m weird like that). Instead of parchment paper, I used a silicone mat. I cooked them the full 10 min cause crunchy and soft combo cookies are my fav. Next time I’m gonna add toasted chopped hazelnuts or pecans. I’m always gonna make a batch with coconut. Yummies! Oh, on my second batch of coconut cookies, I actually wet the bottom of my cup, dipped it it the coconut flakes then crushed my cookies. They were so awesome! Check my pic, lots of coconut.

    1. Hi there,
      all baked goods are best eaten fresh enough. The cookies and brownies should be stored in an airtight container, and if you live in a hot place then in the fridge, for a few days. The truffles will hold a little longer, but again it depends on where you live how you store them. You can freeze the brownies too, this will help.
      Thank you for being here with us,
      Gemma 🙂

  2. Hi Gemma,

    What is the proper setting in microwave oven, temp and how many minutes for baking the brownies? Thanks.

  3. I’m 13 yrs old, and I’m passionate about cooking and baking . Just tried the truffles and they turned out amazing. Thank you Gemma …????????????

    1. Hi there,
      That is great to hear, thank you.
      This is a lovely age to start baking too, you will learn loads, really quickly, by doing, the best way to learn!
      Thank you for being in touch,
      Gemma 😉

  4. Did you seriously just call nutella a dessert spread?! You do realize its meant to be a spread for bread.. the same way that peanut butter and or jelly is made for bread.

  5. OMG!! Ive tried the truffle and the brownie recipe, they were delicous!!! The best part is they are sooo easy to make. Thank you gemma???

  6. Hi Gemma,
    Thanks for these quick and easy recipes..just what I needed to keep my budding baker boy happy during the summer holidays..!! We made the truffles using bourbon biscuits and plain chocolate spread as my boys are not big fans of Oreo’s or Nutella :(…!! They tasted so yummy..I would of posted some pic’s but once they had set they dissppeared pretty quickly when my sons friends came over to Am going to buy a jar of Nutella and make some for my partner and I when the kids have gone to bed..!! 🙂
    Thanks again for sharing your wonderful recipes..I look forward to my emails with lots more wonderful recipes.
    Emma .x.

    1. Hi Emma,

      I am delighted to read your message, I am thrilled you liked them. I’m a fan of a bourbon and a cup of tea.

      I have some fun recipes coming up including my best ever Brownies so stay tuned 🙂


  7. Hey Gemma, I want to make a nutella mug cake but my microwave stopped working and I only have my oven/stove. If I wanted to bake my mug cake in a oven what timing should I put for?

    1. Hi Mary,
      Bake in the oven at 180C, much the same as the Nutella recipes here. Keep an eye on it, when it is firm to the touch it is baked. I would use a muffin pan when baking in the oven!
      Gemma 🙂

      1. The muffin tin is a great idea! I had wondered about putting my mugs in the oven, but was concerned that it might, at least, not be good for them!

  8. Hey Gemma!
    I love all the deserts the you make. You are just so good in making everything. I just love you channel and all the desserts that you make. I have almost made all the desserts, right from popcicle to donuts, cupcakes to cookies. I love them all and also love the way you elaborate each and everything in detail. Today I and going to make the chocolate balls. I have just have one request from you. If you can make a sugar free dessert, that will be very kind of you.
    Ba-bye Gemma!


    1. Hi there,
      I am happy that you are with us, and thank you for your kind comments and support.
      I am happy that you are baking with us. you can substitute the sugars in many recipes, but you need to choose one according to your need.
      If you have a health need then a replacement low in fructose may be best for you, stevia is a great on for liquids, but not for every recipe. Check out the chart here ( this is a start! you can do further research into these. I will also add this to my to do list, see what we can come up with,
      Gemma 🙂
      I will also

  9. Hey Gemma, I just registered to your website and came across this wonder Nutella recipes.. You are a genius.. You have shared wonders with just 3 ingredients.. I’m surely going to try these recipes.. Looking forward for more such recipes..


    1. Hi Meenal,
      That is great! you are welcome to the Bold Baking Community. You can post your results here, and get help from other bold bakers too. We learn from each other here!
      Gemma 🙂

  10. Gemma you are truly a genious! Love your recipes! I’m off to the shop now, going to make this nutella brownie and also the crazy dough cookies. My family is gonna love them. Hugs and kisses <3

  11. Hey Gemma. I just love to see what you’re up to.
    I’m going to try these ingredients but only thing, Could I do cream cheese instead of the chocolate?

  12. Hi Gemma,

    With al due respect to the soft cookie lovers, I am a crispy cookie lover. Give me a cookie with a nice snap and crunch and I’m in heaven. Any suggestions to get a crispy cookie? Especially with Nutella?


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