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Nutella Cookies

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Level: Easy

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Description

The main ingredient is Nutella but there’s only 3 more ingredients in this recipe for a simple chocolate cookie.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Nutella
  • ½ cups Sugar
  • 1 cup All-purpose Flour
  • 1 whole Egg

Preparation

Preheat oven to 350 F.

Blend all ingedients together well. Form into 1″ balls. Place on a cookie sheet. Press down firmly with the bottom of a glass. Bake 7-8 minutes or until set. Cool.

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trisha pearl on 1.10.2013

will the cookies still set if i do not use sugar?

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Katie Gray on 11.15.2012

I tried this for the first time tonight! I was so anxious about them that i did try one while they were still hot! delish!

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Liz Lee on 11.4.2012

My first batch was dry and crumbly, and I thought to myself, what makes a cookie better? Actually, what makes everything better? BUTTER!! So I added 2 tbs. softened butter to the second batch and MUAH! these cookies were UH-mazing. I thought about adding an egg–I might try that in a future batch. But I would recommend adding 1/4 cup softened butter to the recipe given here. And I would leave out the sugar completely. Nutella is plenty sweet!

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Liz Lee on 11.4.2012

My first batch was dry and crumbly, and I thought to myself, what makes a cookie better? Actually, what makes everything better? BUTTER!! So I added 2 tbs. softened butter to the second batch and MUAH! these cookies were UH-mazing. I thought about adding an egg–I might try that in a future batch. But I would recommend adding 1/4 cup softened butter to the recipe given here.

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MariaSanta on 10.24.2012

I just made these and my Mario is in his glory..
one note i added an extra egg because the mixture was too crumbly and i could not form the dough balls.. but over all this is a recipe im adding to my children’s recipe book..( this will be a hit in college for my daughter as well as my son mario next year) !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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spoilamy on 1.26.2014

Easy to make but honestly, I’d choose Nutella on toast before making these again. The flavor and texture didn’t wow me.

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Cathy E. on 4.17.2013

I had high hopes for these and really wanted to like them alot. I mean Nutella (delish) and only 2 other ingredients (simple)? What could be better? These cookies. Fairly bland, a little chalky in texture, not a strong Nutella flavor and looked nothing like the cookies pictured (did not spread). A bit disappointed. They’ll be eaten and they aren’t terrible but I won’t waste Nutella or time on them again.

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Heather on 11.12.2012

Mixed the Nutella, flour & egg omitting the sugar. Added 1 T. of water per reviews above. Rolled in granulated sugar and pressed with forks in crisscrosses. Baked on 350 for about 12 minutes. Served warm as ice cream sandwiches with vanilla ice cream and Sanders Hot Fudge poured over the top. Divine as prepared above. However, the cookie on its own (without the ice cream and hot fudge) was pretty bland.

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vanessa on 9.27.2012

The dough was very crumbly and I had not read the other reviews so I didn’t add water but it would have helped. I also added white chocolate chips. With the chips it was very hard to keep together so I did not mash them with the glass. I have an air bake pan so I cooked them approx 12 minutes. They still looked gooey but hardened up nicely. They are similar to a brownie texture which is nice, but not really what I was going for in the beginning. I would like to try these again with less sugar and peanut butter as some have mentioned.

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ptbakeaholic on 8.29.2012

These are great cookies! My husband loves them and I love that they require relatively little effort and are quick to make. When I make them, I leave out the sugar and add a handful of chocolate chips. I also roll the cookies into balls, roll in sugar and then press down with a fork. The sugar coating adds a nice crunch when they are baked.

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