5 Things to Make with a Jar of Nutella

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Though it originated in Italy, Nutella has become a celebrated staple right here in the U.S. Made from a combo of hazelnuts and cocoa powder, Nutella can be paired with just about anything. Read on to discover our best Nutella recipes for all-new ideas on how to use this craveable spread.

Nutella, eggs and flour. That’s all you’ll need to make these super simple and moist brownies from The Pioneer Woman.

Combine your love for fruit and for chocolate with this recipe from Giada De Laurentiis. Giada combines Nutella with heavy cream to make a chocolatey drizzle for her grilled pineapple. Before serving, she adds dollops of vanilla-spiked mascarpone cheese, plus chopped hazelnuts, on top for additional texture.

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©2012, Food Network

2012, Food Network

Giada pairs Nutella spread with chopped toasted hazelnuts to add a double dose of hazelnut flavor.

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Matt Armendariz, 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Take a make-ahead dessert to the decadent level with this chocolatey icebox cake from Food Network Magazine. Silky layers of vanilla-mascarpone whipped cream and chocolate-hazelnut whipped cream separate the chocolate graham cracker layers, which become soft after absorbing the moisture from the cream.

Stuffed with mashed ripe bananas and velvety Nutella spread, this grilled whole-wheat panini from Bobby Flay makes a great dessert. To enjoy the full gooeyness of the warmed Nutella, serve the panini immediately after removing it from the grill.

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