Nutella Brownies

Introduction: Nutella Brownies

This is a recipe for Nutella brownies! They are made with a lot of Nutella and are delicious!

Supplies

2 and 1/2 cup of Nutella
4 eggs
1cup of flower
1/4 tsp of salt
1 and 1/2 tsp baking powder
Oven
Brownie pan
Baking spray
Parchment paper

Step 1: Preheating

Preheat the oven to 350 Fahrenheit before starting the brownie mix.

Step 2: Eggs

Crack four eggs into a bowl with both yolk and egg white. (The picture kinda looks like a smiley face).

Step 3: Nutella

Add 2 and 1/2 cups of Nutella and pour into the bowl with the eggs. Once finished mix the two together.

Step 4: Consistency

Once finished mixing the Nutella and eggs together with a whisk, it will be very thick. So don’t worry if the consistency is thick and clumpy.

Step 5: Flour

Add one cup of flour to the Nutella and egg mix.

Step 6: Baking Powder

Add 1and 1/2 tea spoon of baking powder to the eggs Nutella and flour mix.

Step 7: Salt

Add 1/4 tea spoon of salt to the flour eggs Nutella and baking powder mix.

Step 8: Mix

Mix the Nutella, eggs, flour, baking powder, and salt. Don’t worry if you get a thick consistency because it is supposed to be thick.

Step 9: Mixing Result

Once finished mixing the picture is an example of what it should look like.

Step 10: Parchment Paper

Put the parchment paper over the brownie pan and spray it with the baking pam.

Step 11: Pour

Pour the brownie batter into the sprayed brownie pan.

Step 12: What It Should Look Like.

We nice finished pouring the batter into the pan, it should look like this:

Step 13: Put It in the Oven

Put the brownie pan with the batter into the oven at a 350 degree Fahrenheit.

Step 14: Oven Timer

Set the brownies in the oven for 35 minutes to bake.

Step 15: End Result.

Once the 35 minute timer is done take the brownies out and let it cool. And your finished!

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