So you love Nutella? We understand. These chocolate-hazelnut desserts are sure to knock your socks off.
Homemade chocolate-hazelnut filling joins crunchy hazelnut cookies to create a delicious, melt-in-your-mouth cookie sandwich.
This is better than anything you will find in the store. We guarantee you will fall in love all over again with this cream, rich homemade chocolate hazelnut butter.
Treat yourself to a slice of sticky, moist, decadent hazelnut cake.
Chocolate truffles are a pearl of Turin pastry. Delicious sweetness to dissolve in mouth slowly, savoring the taste of every single ingredient.
A savory cake that is ideal for an appetizer and is made with the buttery-flavored kamut wheat.
Try this simple, sweet sandwich snack that is often served to children in Italy.
Piedmont is known for their guaranteed hazelnuts. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this fragrant cake with a glass of Moscato D’Asti.
Cozy artichoke risotto and a decadent hazelnut praline chocolate roulade, which also is gluten free, make for a delicious duo that is perfect for the holidays.
These sweet Italian hazelnut cookies are as sweet as kisses, filled with chocolate.
This fruity, creamy smoothie is packed with anti-oxidants and delicious flavors perfect for breakfast or a snack.
Incredibly light and soft for a nut cake, this flourless chocolate hazelnut torte will be the winner of any dessert table.
These chocolate hazelnut cupcakes are packed with so much rich goodness and all without the use of Nutella.
Ciambelle, a traditional Italian cake, is a treat enjoyed all over the country. With fresh lemon and hazelnut flavors, you can enjoy this treat at home.
Light and airy. Quick and easy. Gianduja Chocolate Hazelnut Cake is perfect for any occasion, and maximizes the flavor of this classic combination.
Filled with vegetables, a sausage polenta bake is a perfect holiday main dish or side. With after dinner espressos, serve whole wheat chocolate hazelnut biscotti for a delicious nutty finish.
Warm your kitchen with a hearty lasagna bolognese that all your eaters will enjoy. Then make an iconic Italian sweet, chocolate cannoli with hazelnuts.
Create a gorgeous Italian inspired dinner party with a walnut and sausages pasta and a sweet finish of chocolate hazelnut panna cotta.
A soft, Kahlua-infused cake will leave you devouring a slice longing for more. The cake is flavored with rich hazelnut, a gianduja crunch and dark chocolate.
Rustic, nutty hazelnut cookies with buckwheat flour have beautiful warm flavors and are filled with a sweet cherry jam. A comforting cookie perfect for an afternoon snack.
A simple to make, elegant salad is just what your weeknight routine called for.
Loaded with three doses of chocolate, these soft bars are rich, gooey, and your new favorite brownie recipe.
Buttery blondies receive a touch of chocolate from Nutella and are spiked with amaretto for a truly delicious mouthful.
A simple three ingredient dessert with coconut cream, dark chocolate, and hazelnut butter that is super rich with a fun tang from pomegranate seeds.
The aromatic notes of sea salt chocolate give a unique flavor to these cakes, and bring out the beautiful flavors of hazelnuts.
Swirled with sweet chocolate and hazelnuts spread, these lights as a feather meringues may just be the easiest and most delicious cookies to make.
This is a super simple coffee chocolate cake with nice topping of crusted hazelnuts and extra chocolate sauce to cure a sweet tooth craving.
Soft chocolate cake boasts chocolate chips, hazelnut pieces and a tempting Nutella icing to bring it all together.
Fried noodles with sesame oil, red onions, spring onions, bean sprouts, snap peas and chili topped with grilled tenderloin marinated in Teriyaki Sauce.
An easy, no-bake holiday treat that is perfect to take to parties and bursting with cranberry, orange, and hazelnut flavors.
These homemade Italian biscuits are something special and even the most simple recipe, like this, becomes delicious when made in various shapes and styles.
A recipe that has the unmistakable scent of cinnamon, filled with hazelnut cream. Soft and delicious, this cake is ideal an ideal dessert.
A decadent, rich chocolate bundt cake with soft, sweet cranberries, hazelnuts and a glistening ganache to top it all off.
Small, spiced sweets that are perfect to serve after a meal or at tea time made with brown sugar for a golden color and a beautiful aroma.
Make rich, vegan biscotti with coconut milk, hazelnuts, and plenty of dark chocolate. Your morning coffee just got the best sidekick ever.
The combination of nutty butter and tart fruit is intoxicating. The cake is delicious warm, but also enjoyed cool, and makes a great picnic addition.
When an occasion demands decadence, this recipe is spot on. Layered crepes with a Nutella-Frangelico cream makes for a rich, but surprisingly easy dessert.
Spiced bison kebabs with nutty couscous and a glass of Rioja wine is a blissful combination. Make a mint and yogurt dipping sauce for a complete meal.
Give a traditional chocolate mousse a decadent twist of rich hazelnut. This is a great dessert to make ahead of time.
Chocolate Nutella cake teams up with a hazelnut and rum chocolate glaze. It stays delicious in the fridge for a couple of days and is even gluten-free.
Get creative with a pear and hazelnut cake infused with ginger syrup.
This biscuit-like hazelnut cookie is a great way to use leftover egg whites.
Instead of walnuts, this baklava is layered with hazelnuts, baked and then immediately soaked with honey syrup.
These truffles have a delicious nougat center. Double-coated with dark chocolate and sprinkled with nuts, they make for an elegant treat.
This ice cream making method requires no cooking and manages to be creamy and luscious while staying vegan.
This delicious, semi-homemade dessert requires just four ingredients — and one of them is Nutella. What’s not to love?
In this recipe, scapes are combined with a small amount of basil to make a spicy, summery pesto that’s good in pasta or on toast with tomatoes and cheese.
Perfect for any occasion, this is quick and easy to make and maximizes both the chocolate and hazelnut flavours intensely.
This is a classic yellow cake recipe with just a little bit of cocoa powder and hazelnut extract added.
If you don’t feel like making the meringue and/or brittle, this custard is lovely on its own or with a dollop of whipped cream.
Hazelnuts get peeled, roasted, and chopped. Butter gets browned, toasty, and nutty.
This is the kind of cake that grandmothers of the Langhe area of Piemonte make specially for their grandchildren.
The surface of these brownies is slightly crisp, the inside soft, moist and gooey, contrasted with crunchy toasted hazelnut pieces.
For those of you who would like to be initiated into the pleasures of a velvety chocolate hazelnut spread, why are you still here reading this?