Nutella: 30 Best Recipes Cookbook Review

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Make way for the New Nutella Cookbook full of 30 Delicious Recipes! You all know Nutella, The Worlds most  favorite sweet and nutty spread that grabs both kids and adults attention.


If you have never heard or tried Nutella, it is a chocolate and hazelnut spread. Sweet,  rich, creamy and perfect for many treats and most importantly ones on the run it is by far the next step up from peanut butter. Use it on toast, use it for your dessert and even more. The cookbook Nutella 30 Best Recipes makes recipes from simple to elegant only a page turn away. Impress guests or family members with easy yet impressive sweet treats using one of the most popular spreads.

We tried the Nutella Soufflés, very quick I was surprised and easy as well to make.  Not even twenty minutes to prepare and then then 30 minutes to bake. It came out amazing.


 The fun cookbook which is shaped just like the Nutella jar itself,  is divided into sections like Little Treats, Melt in the mouth, Sharing ( for guests or that dinner party!) and Amazing Nutella. You can easily find what you are looking for, quick after school treats, something for the in laws that are stopping by, or just a treat for you. Crème Brulee, Meringues Truffles, Pear Nutella Crumble or some fun kid friendly Nutella and white chocolate rice cakes!  The cookbook would be a fun addition to the kitchen, my kids really got into this one due to it’s fun shape, size and ease of the recipes.


The 30 Best Recipes by Ferrero Jacqul Small

August 2013

$10.95US/$11.99 CAN

ISBN: 9-781-90934-216-3

You can also pick up the book for an ebook version so you can whip up some tasty treats even quicker!


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  1. Betty Baez says

    I have to get this book! I’ve been a fan of hazelnut chocolate spread since my French teacher in middle school gave me an imported jar of it (before Nutella). I’m dying to try the creme brûlée

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