Hello friends! Today we are making Nutella Brownies. These rich brownies are stuffed with Nutella, they are super easy to make, and absolutely delicious!
Also, make sure to watch the video where I am making these brownies on YouTube, or on this page down below.
These Nutella Brownies were one of the first recipes I posted on the blog, and when I first made it, I put cashews in the batter.
The cashews were perfect, they are salty and go super well with the rich and sweet brownies. However, lots of readers asked me if they could make these Nutella Brownies without the nuts, so I figured I’d update the recipe to leave the nuts out, and give the option of adding them if desired.
Also, I’ve made these Nutella Brownies in a skillet. It was literally the most perfect way to eat them. Before the brownies had cooled down all the way, we topped with ice cream and ate it out of the skillet! It was the best!
But, of course, if you are bringing these brownies to a potluck, to share with friends, or to gift to someone, I recommend baking in a pan, and slicing them the old way.
Also, feel free to place some Nutella in a piping bag, and snip the end of the piping bag with scissors and drizzle the Nutella on top of the brownies. Might get a bit messy, but it’s worth it.
Tips for making these Nutella Brownies
- Use whatever kind of chocolate you’d like: milk, semi-sweet, or dark. I’ve used dark chocolate.
- Bake just until the top of the brownies seems set, and somewhat firm to the touch. Over baked brownies are tough and dry.
- Add whatever kind of nuts you enjoy, such as cashews, peanuts, hazelnuts. Chopped nuts work better. Add up to 1/2 cup.
- Feel free to add white chocolate chips, or peanut butter chips to the batter at the end, along with the chocolate chips. Add up to 1 cup of chips.
- You can skip the Nutella. Yes, this is a recipe for Nutella Brownies, however, the Nutella is only in the filling, and the brownie recipe is super fudgy and delicious, so it’s easy to customize, and if you fall in love with this recipe and want to leave the Nutella out sometime, feel free to do so and bake just the brownies.
If you enjoy these Nutella Brownies, I have a few more recipes you are going to love. Check them out:
- Baked Oatmeal Cups with chocolate filling
- Chocolate Coconut Macaroons
- White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
- Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Strawberry Nutella Cake
- Coconut Chocolate Bars
- Cookie Dough Fudge
- Biscoff Brownies
- Dulce de Leche Bars
- Almond Cherry Bars
- Nutella Fudge
- Nutella Frosting
These brownies will seriously impress you! Not only for being so delicious, but also because they are super easy to put together!
Below is the picture of the very first time I made these brownies back in 2017, when I had added cashews to the brownies, and back when my photography skills were beginning to develop and I was learning how to shoot with a DSLR camera.
I hope you enjoyed today’s recipe. If you make these brownies tag me on instagram or leave a comment below! I love hearing from you! Thank you!
These Nutella Brownies are stuffed with Nutella, super fudgy, rich, and delicious.
(113 grams, 4 oz)
semi-sweet chocolate chips
or chopped chocolate (170 grams, 6 oz)
(100 grams, 3.5 oz)
(50 grams , 1.75 oz)
(85 grams, 3 oz)
semi-sweet chocolate chips
or chopped chocolate (170 grams, 6 oz)
226 grams or 8 oz.
Pre-heat the oven to 350ºF.
Grease a 8×8” or 9×9” pan with butter. Line the pan with parchment paper and lightly butter the parchment, or spray with oil. You can also use a 9" oven-proof skillet. If using the baking skillet, such as a cast iron or porcelain skillet, you can simply spray it with oil, or grease it with butter.
Melt the butter and 1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate in a large bowl. I like to use a large glass bowl that I stick in the microwave for 30 second intervals and stir until everything is melted together.
Add the sugars to melted butter and chocolate and whisk until incorporated.
Add the eggs one at a time and whisk until incorporated before adding the next egg.
Add the vanilla extract and whisk.
Sift the flour, cocoa powder and salt together. Add to the batter and whisk until incorporated.
Add the chocolate chips and stir with a spatula until combined.
Add half of the batter to the prepared pan or skillet. Spread 1 cup of Nutella over batter. You can scatter spoonfuls of Nutella over the batter, and then use a spatula to gently spread the Nutella around.
Then pour the rest of the batter over the Nutella.
Bake in the pre-heated oven for 25 to 30 minutes, until the brownie looks set on top, in the middle, and around the edges.
Let it cool, cut into pieces and serve.
Nuts: You can add nuts to this recipe as well. I’ve added cashews in the past, and the salty cashews go so well with the sweet Nutella and rich chocolate. Add up to 1/2 cup of chopped nuts.
Skillet: Make the recipe just the same and add it to a skillet instead of a baking pan. I’ve made it on my cast iron skillet, and served with ice cream right out of the pan before the brownie had cooled down all the way.
Chocolate: Feel free to use whatever chocolate you prefer, semi-sweet, milk, or dark.
Chocolate Chips: You can also add white chocolate chips, or peanut butter chips if desired.
Ca, você é talento puro!!!!!
Ahhhh obrigada, pai!!! 🙂
Chocolate with nuts…the perfect sweets storm for me! 🙂
you know it, Mike!! They’re the best!!!
Ummmm, im always craving brownies and these sound amazing! happy new year Camila. Im so glad that i met you here this past year and look forward to more this year
Happy New Year, Patrick! Looking forward to see more of your work!! 🙂
Thank you so much, Kim!
WoW!! These are so gooey and fudgey!! Can never resist any recipe with Nutella! And cashews are my favorite nuts! This looks like the ultimate brownie recipe!!
Bada Bing! These look amazing! I never say no to Nutella!
Love your blog Camila! The recipes are delicious and the photos are popping!! Love your intro!! <3
Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary
What a coincidence! I have cashews and nutella in my pantry begging to be used too!! And these brownies look like the PERFECT way to do just that! Seriously, these look amazing! Can’t wait to try them! Cheers!
Thank you so much!!
Kelsie | the itsy-bitsy kitchen
These look so wonderfully chocolate-y and rich! I’d definitely add the Nutella and cashews because I love a brownie with plenty of extras :). Hope you had a happy New Year!
Starting the new year with this great recipe. So glad I tried this link. Have a great day.
Thank you so much, Joe!!
Ashika | Gardening Foodie
I love fudgey brownies and these look absolutely amazing.I cannot wait to try out the recipe 🙂
Thank you so much!! Have a great day!
Silvie / Citronelle and Cardamome.com
Your blog is very nice. Well done.
This recipe looks gorgeous. I will try your recipe using my home made chocolate paste instead of nutella.
That sounds unbelievably delicious!!!
Leanne | Crumb Top Baking
Camila, these look so fudgy and delicious. And I love the addition of Nutella and cashews! Hope you’re having a great weekend!
Thank you so much, Leanne!! 🙂
HAHAHA BADA BING HHAHAH!! Seriously Camila, you always put a smile on my face whether it’s your cranky jokes. funny sounds used to describe food or your awesome bakes. Ahhhh How did I not notice you actually had so many droolworthy photos taken of your brownies. BADA BONG!
Awe thanks my friend!!! you’re the best!!
These are mouthwatering!
These are decadent and delicious!!!
Thank you so much 🙂 I am so happy to hear!
Just too amazing and i really appreciate the way you made this lovely recipe.
I don’t know what I did wrong but mine were just a gooey moosh. They had no structure at all, they just collapsed when I cut them, like a mooshy chocolate pudding. Not sure i maybe didn’t cook them enough but I had them in the oven for 30 minutes.
You didnt bake it enough
Can I use a box Brownie mix?