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Banana Waffles with Nutella

When I make these waffles, I cook them on a big waffle iron, so that each waffle is about 9 inches in diameter. Your waffle iron may be s...

by Rick Tramonto and Mary Goodbody


Nutella Sandwiches

On visits to Rome, my family usually stayed with my father’s sister Elena, a nun. Breakfast at the convent was almost always day-old brea...

by Rocco DiSpirito


Chocolate - Hazelnut and Goat Cheese Melt

You'll love how quickly this elegant and rich dessert sandwich can be made. My faithful recipe tester Annette says it's kind of like a ch...

by Laura Werlin

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Nutella Bread Pudding

This was something of an accident. I didn’t intend to fuel the current frenzy for Nutella, but I ran out of chocolate filling for the bre...

by Alice Medrich


Nutella French Toast

Dipping these simple sandwiches of white bread and Nutella, the Italian chocolate-and-hazel nut spread, in egg before grilling turns them...

by Daniel Leader and Lauren Chattman


Gianduia Crème Brûlée

Gianduia- the addictive Italian duo of hazelnuts and chocolate-is a winning flavor in this custard. A commercial hazelnut-cocoa paste emp...

by Lou Seibert Pappas


Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Although Nutella’s chocolate hazelnut spread is free from artificial colors and preservatives, it’s still fun (and easy) to make your own.

by Lara Ferroni


Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Spoon it, smear it, spread it on bread: there isn’t a wrong way to eat gianduja, the Italian blended spread of toasted hazelnuts and ric...

by Karen Solomon


Banana Cinnamon Waffles

When I was a child and running late for school, my mom often handed me this waffle breakfast sandwich wrapped in a paper towel and gave a...

by Nisa Burns


Grand Old-Fashioned Blueberry Jelly Roll

Like apple pie and chocolate cake, this is one of those homey desserts with no pretensions. If you want to make this for a small gatherin...

by Bill Yosses and Melissa Clark


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