Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookies


After two completely failed attempts to create “over the rainbow” St. Patrick Day cupcakes, I decided to stick with a good, old classic…with a slight twist. As you may know, I consider Chocolate Chip Cookies my specialty, so when I was on my recent Nutella kick, I had to try infusing my trusty cookie recipe (one that still tasted just as delicious when I accidentally added double the flour the recipe called for) with this chocolate hazelnut magic, aka a fantastic gift from the gods! These cookies are basically traditional chocolate chip cookies with marbled swirls of Nutella mixed in, and their soft, chewy, buttery taste/texture is the perfect base for this vanilla-chocolate combination that urges your taste buds to reach for more! All you need to add is a tall glass of milk and enjoy!!!

Recipe: Soft & Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies (Gently swirl about 1/2 cup of Nutella into the cookie dough before baking) IMG_4777IMG_4786IMG_4803

35 thoughts on “Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. Nutella should be currency! What a wonderful recipe! If my cookies didn’t always come out like hockey pucks I would bake these. I will sit and admire the picture and dream! Another exceptional recipe!

    • Hazel nuts are so tasty, I have some in the freezer just watniig for the right recipe. I think this is it!Happy birthday to you little guy. My 5 year old grandson is living with us right now. what a fun age. Enjoy!

  2. Brilliance! I can’t believe I’m not already following you–will take care of that shortly :-) Appreciate you stopping by foodforfun to read about Andrew McCarthy’s banana bread hunt. Thanks for coming over.

    • Happy Birthday to Sarah! I’ll be celebrating my bitadhry this weekend as well, and since my Nutella-loving daughters will be joining in the celebration, I must bake these tomorrow!! Perfect timing for the recipe! Love that it is gluten-free as written no iffy recipe changes!

  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog! These cookies look amaaaaaazing. I love having a go-to chocolate chip recipe that you can mess around with. I’ll definitely have to try the Nutella swirl!!

    • I should have also noted, I have a Europeian background, and have had Nutella for years. It is great on toast with honey. Not sure how to update my other comment, hit post before I was done writting! They look great, passed it on to my wife!

  4. Ah!! Looks like we are culinary sisters! Your recipes look delicious! I will have to give some of these a try because as you can see, I am a Chocolatica to the MAX! Thanks so much for following my 100 Shades of Chocolate blog! Making sure that we keep our days super sweet!! Hugs, Meridith

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