S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen
owlfish

Nutella Cookies

Happy World Nutella Day! In honor of the event, I spent part of the evening baking a batch of Nutella cookies. I used the classic Joy of Cooking peanut butter cookie recipe and replaced the peanut butter with Nutella. They're light and buttery, with a gentle Nutella flavor. I would have prefered a stronger flavor - perhaps Nutella brownies would have been the way to go! Half the cookies are topped with chopped, toasted hazelnuts, the other half are plain - they're good either way.

(The flash warms the cookies' color to more that of peanut butter cookies - in fact, they're more of a Nutella-esque brown.)

Tags: cookies, food events, nutella day
Subscribe

  • One more Eurovision song

    I finally bought the album for this year's Eurovision. I listened to it on random today while sorting papers. Much to my surprise, a song came on…

  • Eurovision Entries 2017

    This year's Eurovision song contest features a ridiculously large number of videos with very gloomy visuals, some justified, some not. Over half were…

  • The start of goodbye

    I wrote this for a four-year-old, trying to minimize the amount of challenging vocabulary incorporated. Perhaps someone else out there would like…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 11 comments

  • One more Eurovision song

    I finally bought the album for this year's Eurovision. I listened to it on random today while sorting papers. Much to my surprise, a song came on…

  • Eurovision Entries 2017

    This year's Eurovision song contest features a ridiculously large number of videos with very gloomy visuals, some justified, some not. Over half were…

  • The start of goodbye

    I wrote this for a four-year-old, trying to minimize the amount of challenging vocabulary incorporated. Perhaps someone else out there would like…