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The Panna Cotta Diaries continue… It’s that time again. World Nutella Day. Time for the worldwide roundup of Nutella recipes. Nutella, in case you have only recently landed on Planet Earth, is that delectable combination of hazelnuts and cocoa developed more than seventy years ago by pastry chef Pietro Ferrero. So well loved is it […]
Bring it Forth More than seventy years ago pastry chef Pietro Ferrero invented Nutella. Originally supplied in Mamma convenient sliceable loaves and called “pasta gianduja” it was made of cocoa and Piemontese hazelnuts. Over time the formula was modified, made spreadable and renamed “supercrema gianduja” and ultimately in 1964 was renamed Nutella. It was first […]
In October 2009 Food & Wine ran a recipe that has since become legend. From Cake Keeper Cakes by Lauren Chattman, Nutella-Swirl Poundcake is a combination of buttery rich vanilla poundcake and Nutella. With a name like that you know I at least had to stop and read the recipe. Well, I do not think […]
Another Nutella recipe, this one for Thumbprint cookies. Thumbprint cookies are easy to make, and every family has a favorite recipe. I figured why not Nutella Thumbprints? Once I had decided to make them, the rest came together quickly. Instead of the usual walnuts, I rolled the unbaked cookies in chopped and toasted hazelnuts. Then […]
I like Nutella. I really like sweet yeast risen coffee cakes, the kind with a dough like brioche. And the other day I was craving a sweet coffee cake. Can you guess what’s coming? Just in time for Little Christmas, it’s Nutella Coffee Cake, of course. Nutella, that delicious concoction of hazelnuts and cocoa seems […]