Recipe: Delicious Homemade ''Nutella''

Homemade ''Nutella''. All you need is hazelnuts, cocoa powder, icing / confectionary sugar, oil and vanilla extract to make your very own Homemade Nutella! It tastes incredible – smoother, softer, more hazelnutty, and most importantly, it tastes so incredibly pure, free of preservatives. The Monday blues calls for homemade NUTELLA.

Homemade ''Nutella'' Otherwise, just leave it as is and it will have a slight crunch to it- tiny pieces of almond. After looking for a healthier homemade Nutella recipe, I tried this one. My cuisunart food processor made short work of the hazelnuts and made a very creamy butter. You can cook Homemade ''Nutella'' using 4 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Homemade ''Nutella''

  1. You need 20 of fresh medjool dates (if dry soak them in water over night).
  2. Prepare 200 grams of hazelnuts (baked unsalted).
  3. Prepare 1/2 cup of water.
  4. Prepare 4 tbsp of cocoa powder.

I'm trying to eat more natural, low GI foods and this is a perfect snack with apple slices. I don't buy Nutella because, truthfully, I can't be trusted with it around the house. I like it a little too much. But for some reason, when I make it at home and see the ingredients I'm using before me it doesn't seem all that bad.

Homemade ''Nutella'' instructions

  1. First blend the baked hazelnuts in blender, then put them aside in some bowl.
  2. Then add the dates, cocoa powder and water in the blender and blend till u get paste.
  3. In the end add the hazelnuts to the date paste in the blender and blend till u get homogene paste and you are done!.
  4. Store in a glass jar in fridge.
  5. You can also make this without the nuts, but you will have to add less water (sip the water while blending as needed).

My nutella recipe is quick: no melting chopped chocolate or heating milk. It's a simple food processor affair, and I'll often make a double-batch and. There's a recipe for homemade Nutella in Baked's new cookbook Baked Explorations, in case you want another for comparison. In my humble opinion, one can never taste-test too many types of nutella. When making homemade Nutella, the type of chocolate you use can make a big difference in flavor.