Nutella swirled with melted chocolate, topped with Ferrero Rocher & hazlenuts! 5 mins, 4 simple ingredients! How to make Easy No Bake Nutella Chocolate Bark…
Welcome home, friend.
I’ve finally found it – a super classy way to eat Nutella that’s basically the grown up version of spooning it straight from the jar, into your mouth. 😍
This Easy No Bake Nutella Chocolate Bark wouldn’t look out of place at a dinner party with coffee (super 80s reference there, admittedly I’ve never had a dinner party IN MY LIFE but you get what I mean). It’s also your go to quick and easy treat to bring along to any girls night, but it’s MANDATORY where anyone is experiencing heartache.
It’s basically just a super upscale Nutella delivery system for us addicts to get our fix. #sneaky
So what are we talking about here? Obviously you couldn’t make a bark/chocolate bar using only Nutella, as it is a (delectable) liquid. So, we’ll form a sturdy base using melted chocolate, swirling in a generous amount of Nutella, and topping with chopped hazlenuts and Ferrero Rocher. SO fancy.
(oh and if you love the salty/sweet combo like me, we can sprinkle with some flaked sea salt too). 💖
Once everything’s set in the fridge (or freezer if you really can’t wait, you animal), we can cut it into pizza like wedges of Nutella chocolate goodness.
As well as this super fancy version, you can make a version of this bark just with Chocolate and Nutella. Ferrero Rocher can be expensive, I KNOW! Or top it with some sprinkles or crumbled up oreos…
*a little tip – when I need to buy something expensive like Ferrero Rocher for a bake, I check mysupermarket to see where they’re on offer – I also do this when I need to buy Creme Eggs! Or my local home bargains or b and m bargains will often have them super cheap too.
- 250g chocolate (you can use milk, plain or white)
- 3 heaped tbsp nutella
- Three Ferrero Rocher
- A handful of hazlenuts
- Sea salt, if desired
- First, prepare a baking tray by lining it with tinfoil or parchment paper and setting it aside. Next, melt your chocolate in a heatproof bowl in the microwave - use 30 second increments, paying especially close attention if it's white chocolate, and stir every 30 seconds.
- Set the chocolate aside for a moment while you prepare the nutella - it needs to be very runny (it may already be if it's a really warm day). Ensure the foil is completely removed from the rim of the glass, and then microwave the nutella for 20 - 30 seconds until it's runny.
- Pour the chocolate onto the parchment or tinfoil tin, and spread it into a large but thick rectangle with the back of a spoon. Then, spoon on 3 heaped tbsp of Nutella, and begin swirling the chocolate and nutella together until the nutella is distributed across the bark (with a rim of just chocolate at the edge).
- Sprinkle the top with chopped up Ferrero Rocher and hazlenuts, plus flakes of sea salt. And anything else your heart desires!
- Pop into the fridge or freezer until completely set (about 1-2 hours in the fridge or 20 mins in the freezer), then cut up into pizza style chunks, so each piece has a sturdy bit of edge chocolate. Store in the fridge.
Three ways to eat these!
I tried this No Bake Nutella Bark in a white chocolate version (love the colour contrast) and also as individual little chocolate bites – aren’t they cute? A bunch of these in a little gift bag would be a great present for someone.
What chocolate did I use?
I’m a total convert to Callebaut chocolate – oh my gosh, it’s SO good you guys! I buy them from either Chocolate Trading Co or Makro (you can also get them from amazon but they are more expensive for some reason). They are high quality Belgian chocolate chips that just taste SO delicious – I buy 1 or 2kg at a time (hahaha) and the cost works out at about 70 – 80p per 100g which is way less than, for example, a bar of dairy milk or a packet of (pretty bad tasting to be honest) supermarket chocolate chips.
They’re also absolutely the best thing for making chocolate chip cookies!
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