Don't be fooled by its chocolatey facade. Nutella is definitely meant for breakfast. While we love a late-night Nutella indulgence, we find this sweet spread to be the most fulfilling first thing in the morning, as the makers of Nutella suggest. Packed with filling hazelnuts and tasty cocoa, Nutella is, in our opinion, the best wat to start the day. Check out some of our yummiest and most creative ways to spread a lot of happiness before you even leave the house.
1. Chocolate-Filled Doughnuts
If you've ever had homemade doughnuts, you know freshly baked is always the way to go. Make your weekend mornings even more special by swapping out jelly-filled for Nutella-filled doughnuts! The look on your kids' faces is worth the extra work when they bite into the sweet surprise.
2. Nutella MuffinsCan't Stay Out of the Kitchen
These could pass as a piece of art. Swirled on top with creamy Nutella, these deliciously rich muffins will get you through the day. That is, only if you can stop eating them enough to leave the house!
3. Nutella Pumpkin CrepesCarlsbad Cravings
In this tasty treat from Carlsbad Cravings, pumpkin lovers meet the Nutella nuts. Pumpkin-flavored crepes oozing with a Nutella filling is the breakfast of your autumn dreams. The only way to eat this decadent breakfast is slowly, savoring each bite.
4. Nutella and Raspberry RollsMoney Saving Sisters
If you think cinnamon rolls are good, you better take a seat, because these Nutella and raspberry rolls just blew our breakfast-craving minds. The best part? These use store-bought dough, so this super yummy meal is super easy to make.
5. Nutella-Stuffed PancakesRecipe Tin Eats
Nutella-stuffed anything is good, but Nutella-stuffed pancakes? Now we've got something truly great. This blogger's trick to stuffing pancakes with hazelnut goodness is beyond genius. Just look at that oozing Nutella!
6. Strawberry Nutella French Toast Roll UpsRecipe Tin Eats
French toast? Egg rolls? Sushi? However you classify these scrumptious breakfast bites, they are sure to be delicious. This chocolate-y hybrid gives French toast a new claim to fame on the brunch table.