This nutty Nutella Fudge Recipe is easy to make and decadent. Enjoy a soft, chewy texture that melts in your mouth. The perfect gluten free Holiday dessert.
Nutella Fudge Recipe
Oh Man! There are days when everything is going great, and there are others when I need to make this Nutella Fudge Recipe.
One little square makes me happy in an instant. It’s soft, chewy, nutty and it melts in your mouth so beautiful. If you’re a huge fan of Nutella you are going to love these squares.
If you’ve never tried fudge before, it’s a mix between a brownie and a chocolate bar without the cakey part. Fudge is naturally gluten free so anyone with gluten allergies and sensitivities can eat them. Last week I made
Last week I made Pecan Praline and this week I made Nutella flavor. I am so loving my fudge phase, my kids too!
This week has flown by. With school, carpools, piano, ballet and art classes in the afternoon and homework in the evenings. My parents are still visiting from Venezuela and so is my husband’s family. We’ve been so busy lately with daily life and family gatherings that sometimes I need a break and making fudge is really relaxing.
My parents are still visiting from Venezuela and so is my husband’s family. We’ve been so busy lately with daily life and family gatherings that sometimes I need a break and making fudge is really relaxing.
The smell of chocolate melting on the stove, the wooden spoon stirring all that thick luscious mixture. The opening of a jar of Nutella. Nothing can be more relaxing and decadent than that. My husband does get kind of impatient waiting for the fudge to set, so I usually hide it until it’s ready.
Nothing can be more relaxing and decadent than that. My husband does get kind of impatient waiting for the fudge to set, so I usually hide it until it’s ready.
We served these as a dessert last night for Shabbat with my family and it was a hit. They are so decadent that I recommend cutting them up in small pieces.
If you’ve tried other Nutella Fudges before, you may have noticed that they taste like chocolate but the Nutella part gets muddled or hidden behind all that chocolate flavor.
I developed this recipe with chopped hazelnuts and added hazelnut extract so the nutty flavor is predominant. Tastes just like Nutella in a more solid form.
- 14 oz Can of Condensed Milk
- 1 1/2 Cups of Semisweet Chocolate Chips
- 1 Cup of Nutella
- 1/4 Cup of Chopped toasted Hazelnuts
- 1/2 Teaspoon of Hazelnut Extract you may substitute for Hazelnut coffee creamer
- 1/4 Teaspoon of Salt
In a double boiler, mix in the Chocolate Chips, Nutella, Condensed Milk and salt until melted
Stir in the hazelnut extract and chopped nuts. Mix until combined
Pour mixture in an 8x8 inch square pan lined with parchment paper
Let it set for a minimum of 4 hours or overnight
Cut into squares
Hope you can try this Nutella Fudge Recipe at home!
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