Nutella Cookies

Nutella Cookies + an epic GIVEAWAY! {#cookieweek}

Nutella Cookies #cookieweekWelcome to #cookieweek! Susan of The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen and Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic have joined together this week with 23 of our blog friends to present to you a week of cookie treats! We have every type of cookie you can think of listed this week, including something for our furry friends! Now is the time to bookmark these recipes for the upcoming holidays and cookie swaps or simply visit our Pinterest board!  Make sure you enter the giveaway with some fabulous prizes from KitchenAidKing Arthur FlourOXOSilpat and Zulka Pure Cane Sugar to help with your cookie making needs!

Nutella Cookies

When my friend Susan asked me to join her and about 20 other bloggers for something called #cookieweek, I obviously jumped at the opportunity, even if I wasn’t sure what I was getting into at first. I’m a bit cookie-obsessed- as you may know, I co-owned a baking business for a while that specialized exclusively in cookies, and rarely a week goes by where I don’t come up with some new concoction.

These Nutella cookies are some of my absolute favorites to bake, especially during the holiday season. They are guaranteed to bring a smile to anyone’s face- which isn’t surprising given their namesake and main ingredient is that gorgeous ambrosia of the gods, Nutella!

Nutella Cookies
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  • ½ cup butter (1 stick), at room temperature
  • ½ cup white sugar
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup Nutella
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1½ cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ½ cup chocolate chips

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Cream together butter and sugars in a large bowl. Add the Nutella, egg, and vanilla, and beat to combine again.
  2. Sift together the flour, baking soda and salt. Add dry ingredients slowly to the wet ingredients and carefully beat together to combine. Stir in the chocolate chips.
  3. Form into 1.5″ balls and bake on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or a silpat for 8-9 minutes, until tops are no longer glossy.

Recipe adapted from Lovin’ From The Oven.

Chocolatey, sweet and laced with a hint of hazelnut- you cannot find a more perfect cookie!

Nutella Cookies

Now, on to the fun stuff!

#Cookieweek Giveaway

We have an amazing  giveaway lined up this week thanks to our fabulous sponsors: KitchenAidOXOKing Arthur FlourSilpat and Zulka Pure Cane Sugar.



Four lucky winners will win one of the following:

Prize #1: 1 (one) KitchenAid 9-Speed Hand Mixer plus 1 (one) 4lb bag of  Zulka Pure Cane Sugar

Prize #2: 1 (one) OXO gift set including the following:  1 (one) 3-in-1 Egg Separator, 1(one) Cookie Press, 1(one) Autumn Cookie Disk Set, 1(one) 3 piece Cookie Cutter Set, 1(one) Bowl Scraper, 1(one) 2 Cup Adjustable Measuring Cups

Prize #3: 1 (one) King Arthur Flour gift set including the following: 1(one) King Arthur Unbleached All Purpose Flour -5lb bag, 1(one) Snowflake Cookie Cutter Set, 1(one) King Arthur Flour Pure Vanilla Extract, 1(one) Sparkling Sugar Collection, 1(one) Semi-Sweet Chocolate Wafers – 16oz and 1(one) 4lb bag of Zulka Pure Cane Sugar

Prize #4: 1 (one) Silpat Halfsize Mat and 1(one) 4lb bag Zulka Pure Cane Sugar


This giveaway is open to US residents from November 11, 2013 through November 16, 2013 11:59pm EST and will be picked from random draw.  The winners will be notified via email and have 72 hours to respond, if not their prize is forfeited and another winner will be chosen.

How to Enter:

  1. Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment with  your favorite cookie to bake during the holidays or for cookie swaps.
  2. Many more ways to enter in the rafflecopter widget!

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Sponsor Info:

The iconic Kitchenaid stand mixer was born in 1919, from there stemmed an entire kitchen of  high-performance appliances -all created with the same attention to detail and quality. OXO’s mission is dedicated to providing innovative consumer products that make everyday living easier. King Arthur Flour was founded in 1790. As America’s oldest flour company, they provided pure, high-quality flour to residents of the newly formed U.S. Still going strong, they are the nation’s premier baking resource. Silpat was founded in 1965 by M Guy Demarle in Northern France.  He was an experience baker seeing a better way to bake bread with forms using non-stick silicone coatings.  He invented the first non-stick baguette baking tray and a few years later invented and created the original Silpat. Zulka Pure Cane Sugar is a Non GMO Project Verified “Morena” sugar – a term used to described granulated sugars that do not undergo conventional refining processes. Zulka is perfect for baking, it tastes better, is less processed and is a cup for cup replacement.

Disclaimer: KitchenAid, OXO, King Arthur Flour, Silpat and Zulka Pure Cane are providing the prizes free of charge.  All opinions stated are my own.

Other #cookieweek posts!

Check out the other amazing cookies from #cookieweek today! Enjoy, and stay tuned all week for more every single day!

Happy Eating 🙂

40 thoughts on “Nutella Cookies + an epic GIVEAWAY! {#cookieweek}”

  1. Can you keep a secret, Mallory? My Wednesday post is for Nutella cookies. The recipe is good one and the result is delicious…But yours look super-duper scrumptious! Love how you’ve incorporated the makings of a classic chocolate chipper. Bravo!

    P.s. Are you on the FOX lot? My husband is in charge of animations and graphics for Bones.

  2. My daughters are crazy for Nutella, Mallory, so I am pinning this one to try when we are together over the Christmas holidays. They look wonderfully chewy, which is my favorite way for cookies to be! YUM.

    1. Thanks, Stacy! I will say they can go from chewy to crispy pretty quickly if you’re not careful, so be sure to take them out just as soon as the tops lose their gloss, then let them finish cooking outside the oven on the baking sheet for a few minutes, then rack them and enjoy 🙂

  3. Hello, I came across this while searching for a good Nutella cookie recipe… I was wondering if this dough would be well suited for freezing so that I could just slice and bake them anytime?

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