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Nutella Chocolate Chip cookies

A chocolate chip cookie, with the best addition ever – a swirl of Nutella.
The ultimate cookie.

2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup butter (1-1/2 stick)
3/4 cup white sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
2 eggs
1-1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 cup Nutella
1-1/2 cups chocolate chips

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees and prep baking sheets with silpats.

In a large bowl whisk together the flour, baking soda and salt.

In the bowl of an electric mixer, cream the butter, the sugar and the brown sugar. Add the eggs and the vanilla until combined.

Gradually add the flour until the mixture is combined.

Then mix in the chocolate chips and the Nutella – I don’t like to fully combine it, ’cause traces of Nutella is always is a good thing.

Drop by Tablespoons onto the prepped baking sheets and bake for 8-10 minutes. I like mine a little bit on the crispy side, so ten minutes works for me.

Let cool on wire racks. When the cookies come out they will go from rounded balls to lovely flat cookie discs.

These are pretty addictive so I suggest you give away as many as you can – before you eat your fill, of course.

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Nutella Chocolate Chip cookies



30 Responses to “Nutella Chocolate Chip cookies”

  1. Bully says:

    I haven’t thanked you yet for the cookies, but they were amazing! Thanks so much! Nuttelisciuous!

  2. kirbie says:

    You are constantly on the same food wavelength as me. I was just thinking about wanting to make some nutella dessert recipe this weekend. I was debating cupcakes, but these look good and I’ve never tried them before. Will definitely try this recipe. Thanks!

  3. Angela says:

    sounds good! do you think walnuts would be a good addition to this recipe, or would it take away from the nutella flavor? i’m new to baking, but love to try new things :)

  4. justJENN says:

    Nuts would be great, I’m sure! I just don’t add them because of my kids.

  5. eula says:

    omg, that sounds like heaven in a cookie.

  6. CaSaundra says:

    Oo yum! I am always looking for new ways to incorporate Nutella–thanks for sharing!

  7. Dara says:

    I tried this recipe and they are AMAZING!

  8. sparky says:

    That is the best use of Nutella I’ve ever seen. Generally it’s used on crepes (meh) and you always stare at it when reaching for the peanut butter. I can’t wait to make good use of the nutella and try out this recipe!

  9. karmyl says:

    Been drooling on my keyboard since you posted these. Made them last night and they are awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  10. Anna says:

    My problem with putting Nutella in cookies is you don’t always taste it. I think it does help with the texture, though. Have you ever made cookies with hazelnut butter? Now that you can taste, but it’s difficult to find and I usually have to make my own.

    More importantly, can you tell me where you got the Alice in Wonderland plate? Fuzz is obsessed with Alice in Wonderland right now.

  11. allana says:

    made these last night… so good! hit with the co workers. nutella taste is sort of subtle, then will hit you all of a sudden in a bite and it is delicious! i think i blended mine in a bit more than i would do next time.

    are your kids allergic to nutella? my friend who cant eat nuts cant touch the stuff. very tragic for him!

  12. Tash says:

    I tried to make these cookies on the weekend but I think I put too much butter in cause the first batch I tried all melted into a sad cookie mass…so instead I just ate the other half of the delicious dough raw….but don’t tell anyone that. Shhh

  13. Jen Hoover says:

    I SO need to try this! :D

    I can’t believe with such a GREAT name, I’m just stumbling onto your blog! ACK!!! ;)

    LOVE it! :D

  14. justJENN says:

    I got the Alice plates from http://www.fishseddy.com but now you can also get them at our favorite place…Disneyland!

  15. Irene says:

    This is an AWESOME recipe! I baked two batches and took all of them to a 4th of July party, where just about all but a dozen cookies were gone! They were a major hit. The consistency of the dough was perfect and were soft and chewy. I took your advice and didn’t fully mix the nutella into the dough and it made a big difference. It made the cookie more like a marble cookie. I will definitely make this recipe again.

    Thank you!!!!

  16. Roxie Stanco says:

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  17. Christine says:

    I just tried these this morning. They’re really good, except I think they need more flour. I even used baking powder instead of baking soda and they were still a little runny, but overall they’re really good!

  18. Avril says:

    Oh my happiness!!!! No way….CC cookies made with Nutella!?! I can not wait to make this treasure of a recipe! Thanks for sharing!

  19. Evelia Cohea says:

    I love that blog site layout ! How was it made. It is very cool.

  20. hi there – i saw this linked from kirbie’s blog while comparing the recipes. :)

    just did your version with my daughter earlier today. we loved it! the first batch came out nicely with a crackled top. the other ones i left in a tiny bit longer so they were crisper, which i like. this was my test run and i think i have a new crowd favorite! this recipe is a keeper! thanks so much!

  21. bobby says:

    hey i live just north of denver and normal chocolate chip recipies dont work with such a high altitude. do you know of any modifications for this recipe?

  22. I made these gluten free and they are truly fabulous! Must make again :)

  23. Mel says:

    Oh my goodness. It made an absolute bucket load of cookies. Going to have to take them to work or the family is going to end up obese! Very yummy, very easy, and very VERY addictive! Thanks

  24. Hoodhood says:

    These were my very first batch of chocolate chip cookies. And the BEST! Thank you so much for posting this recipe! I made them for my family and friends who absolutely LOVED them! :) soft and crispy at the same time- mm!

  25. Ellyk says:

    Add a swirl of pb and pure heaven!

  26. Ellen says:

    Does the butter need to be at room temp?

  27. Suzette says:

    I baked these cookies today and they are amazing!Thank you for sharing!

  28. amy says:

    i have a question, for flour, is it 2 cups or 2, 1/4 cups?

  29. suesinspain says:

    Can you please give measurements in grammes. Thanks

  30. Felicia says:

    I just wrote all about my love of Nutella on my blog, and listed some of my favorite recipes- including this one! I can always count on you for Nutella-filled goodness!
    Here it is: http://culturecookies.wordpress.com/2013/03/11/nuts-about-you/

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