>Nutella Stuffed Easy Nutella Cookies

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
Hey everyone! We’re starting a new year over here at Butter today!

As my first post for 2013, I wanted to share a really amazing recipe with you, to begin this year of blogging with a bang.

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
I’m hoping for great things this year, in my life and on my blog. I’m excited about it, and I want to start off on the right foot – with some ridiculously good cookies (I mean, what else could I possibly start with?!).

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
These easy Nutella cookies, with all of three (yes, THREE) ingredients, are one of the most popular recipes on the blog (they’re awesome, so no surprises there).

But today, I made them better. Yes, better.

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
How, you ask, could I possibly make ridiculously easy, chewy, delicious Nutella cookies that have only three ingredients any better?

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
By stuffing Nutella INSIDE THEM.

Oh yes I did.

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
And oh my gosh. I don’t even have words. My mouth is too full of gooey, chewy, chocolate cookies.

Bonus? The cookies still only have three (yes, THREE!!) ingredients.

Make these, okay? Good.

Here’s to 2013!

nutella stuffed cookies by butter
NUTELLA STUFFED EASY NUTELLA COOKIES
Cookies inspired by A Busy Nest.

1 cup Nutella (280g, 10 oz)
1 cup plain flour
1 egg
Jar of Nutella, refrigerated, for stuffing

Preheat the oven to 180 C (350 F) and line 2 trays with baking paper.

In a large bowl, mix together the Nutella and the egg. Add the flour and stir until incorporated. The mixture will be quite thick.

Roll a small teaspoon of dough into a ball and flatten in your palm. Place on the lined baking tray. Put a teaspoon of cold Nutella in the center of the cookie. Roll a second small teaspoon of dough into a ball and flatten in your palm. Place it over the Nutella and press the edges of the two cookies together, sealing them like ravioli.

Repeat the process until all the cookie dough has been used.

Bake for 6 – 8 minutes, I always err on the side of under baking for a chewier cookie. Makes about 18 cookies.

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34 responses to “>Nutella Stuffed Easy Nutella Cookies

  1. Joy

    These look so good! Nutella oozing from a cookie is an amazing idea :-)

  2. Just when I thought these couldn’t get any better… :)

  3. Oh, I can stare at these beauties all day long :)

  4. Loving’ the three ingredients… Thinking I have to try :)

  5. Janelle

    Yumo! Will give these a try for sure!

  6. These look really good! I might have to copy down the recipe for future use at our Plantation Bed and Breakfast! You should consider entering our First Annual Cookie Contest this month! You could win $100 and become the Official Cookie at Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast, Birthplace of James Madison!

    Michelle
    http://virginiaplantation.wordpress.com/cookie-contest-2013/

  7. ~J

    Can’t wait to try these! Thanks for posting :)

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  9. charlotte

    Ha! You got me! I figured one of the ingredients would be “boxed brownie mix”. Nice!

  10. Yes please – the filling looks incredible!

  11. ionlyeatdesserts

    This looks amazing – I just got a jar of nutella for xmas (so many nutella cravings, prices for nutella are ridiculous in Japan). Gonna b sure to make these when I’m back in Aust :D

  12. Goolie

    I’m going to try this as soon as I’m done studying. I’ve never baked before anyway and this is a great recipe to start with.

  13. Oh my GOSH! These are amazing! Going on my must-try list STAT!

  14. AMAZING concept. I can’t wait to try these next week! I might do a mixture of nutella and peanut butter though… Bit less pricey. :)

  15. Chiara

    Hello! Could you tell me how many grams are 1 cup of flour please? :D

  16. Tom

    Great recipe. I’m going to try this as soon as I get home. Hopefully I will get the same results.

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