This weekend we have, what has become an annual, Christmas Cooking Baking Party. Three days of cookie baking, some holiday drink sampling and general silliness. last weekend we made over 30 different recipes of cookies and Christmas square – ranging from traditional to just for fun stuff. The sugar rush will last for days. It is exhausting. My feet will hurt. And I am so looking forward to it.
Today I have one of Zoe’s recipes – Two-Bite Nutella Brownies. She couldn’t wait for the Cookie Baking Party – and I don’t blame her, we are talking about a three-ingredient recipe featuring Nutella. Clearly there is no need to wait to try something like that.
Shhhh… don’t tell Lunnie she’s not allowed to have chocolate. She was being so, so good…
These were the best guarded brownies ever made.
This recipe makes 24 Two-Bite Nutella Brownies. Just three ingredients, other than some chocolate chips for topping.
Zoe says – stuff as many chocolate chips on top as you can. We made half with milk chocolate chips and the other half with dark chocolate 70% cacao chips. You could use nuts or leave them plain if you prefer.
I just think they are the cutest little brownies ever…
Here is how you make Zoe’s Two-Bite Nutella Brownies..
Yields 24 mini muffins
A two-bite brownie made with just three ingredients.
10 minPrep Time
15 minCook Time
25 minTotal Time
- 1 cup Nutella (or your favourite hazelnut spread)
- 10 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 2 eggs
- chocolate chips for topping, your choice
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a 24 mini-muffin cup pan with mini-muffin liners.
- In a medium bowl beat eggs, then add in flour and Nutella. Whisk until smooth. You can do this easily by hand.
- Divide batter evenly between the 24 mini-muffin cups. Top each brownie with as many chocolate chips as you can. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 12-15 minutes. Brownies will puff up in the middle when done. Don't over cook, brownies are best under-done and still dense in the middle.
We choose to top our two-bite brownies with dark chocolate and mini-chocolate chips. Try mint or white chocolate, chopped peanuts or hazelnuts.