Calling all Nutella fiends! These Nutella brownies have a WHOLE jar of Nutella in them…need I say more? These super fudgy Nutella swirled brownies come together in 1 bowl and are super easy to make!
Raise your hand if you used to eat Nutella straight out of the jar with a spoon! I knew I wasn’t the only one! And if you’re obsessed with Nutella or all things chocolate hazelnut, you will adore these Nutella brownies. They’re super fudgy with a crackly top and they have a whole jar (You heard me! A WHOLE jar of Nutella) in them.
Basically I think they’re perfect. And I hope you’ll agree with me.
What are Nutella brownies?
Let’s face it I’m obsessed with brownies. And these ones are up there with the best I’ve ever had. They’ve got a crispy crunchy top and are super gooey inside. I hadn’t previously been a fan of crispy tops, but I think I’ve been turned. I would go as far to say that they are even better on the second day! The flavors really settle into a rich, fudgy, hazelnut nuance flavor that is simply irresistible. My one mistake was that I only made a half batch. Don’t do it, you’ll be disappointed. If anything make a double batch. Or triple..
Ingredients for fudgy Nutella brownies
All Purpose Flour
Tips for the best Nutella brownies
I love brownies because they’re one of the easiest desserts to whip up at home. They’re made in one bowl with simple ingredients and taste worth of a bakery. And luckily for you I’ve made millions of brownies in my life time (okay, not really–but it’s up there!), so I have alllll the tips and tricks you need to produce perfectly fudgy brownies.
Beat the eggs and the butter and sugar for a long time: This will give you that signature crackly topped brownie look! I usually make these by hand and recommend beating the eggs, sugar and butter together until light and foamy–usually just as your arm is starting to get sore 🙂
Use high quality cocoa powder: The Nutella provides most of the chocolate-y flavor to these brownies, but you’ll also need some cocoa powder to keep them fudgy and decadent! We recommend a high quality Dutch processed cocoa–we love Rodelle!
Under bake them: The key to fudgy brownies is under baking them ever-so-slightly! Remember the brownies will continue to cook as they cool so it’s okay if they’re a little gooey in the middle when you take them out!
Go big or go home on the Nutella swirl: We’re not here to play around. If you’re going to eat 2/3 of a jar of Nutella you might as well eat the rest of it swirled in thick ribbons in your brownies. Duh.
Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease and line a 8 x 8″ pan with parchment paper and set aside.
In a large microwave-safe bowl, combine butter and sugar. Microwave for 30 seconds, then remove and stir with a whisk. Repeat process 2 more times. Though granules of sugar will remain, the goal is to get the mixture to a glossy finish.
Allow mixture to cool slightly, then add in eggs one at a time, whisking in between each addition. Whisk until the mixture lightens in color slightly, about 2 minutes.
Add in the 2/3 cup Nutella and vanilla extract and mix well.
Add the cocoa powder, flour, and salt. Fold in flour until just combined.
Pour mixture into prepared baking pan, using a rubber spatula to spread the batter out evenly. Drop the remaining 1/3 cup (the rest of the jar if you’re using a small jar of Nutella) by the Tablespoon on top of the brownies. I like to do this like a 5 pattern on dice. Use a butter knife to make big swirls throughout the brownies. Don’t over swirl–you want big ribbons of Nutella!
Bake for roughly 30 minutes, testing for doneness by inserting a knife into the center of the brownies. You’ll know they’re done when the edge is set, but a knife inserted into the middle still comes out with a bit of brownie batter on it.
Allow to cool before slicing into 9 huge brownies or 16 regular size brownies. Enjoy!
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Made these today exactly to the recipe. Initially I thought the amount of Nutella was a bit excessive but decided to stick with the specified amount. They were ridiculous! Ate them in a day… OOPS. Looking forward to trying another iteration of the brownie! Thank You
I know it seems excessive, but it really is SO delicious! So happy you enjyoed it!
These are the best recepies ever
Such an easy recipe but oh so Delicious …. Thank You Broma Bakery for another superb brownie recipe
YOU ARE WELCOME! Enjoy 🙂
These were incredible! Used trader
Joes gluten free flour and otherwise followed the recipe exactly, and they were perfection.
I had made these after watching a video on Instagram and I’m so glad I did they where gone after two days when I told my husband I had made them definitely will be making them again for thanksgiving.