Looking for a breakfast idea the whole family will LOVE? Fill a mini muffin tin with Aunt Jemima® batter and cook at 325˚F for 15 minutes. While those are baking, whip up a smaller pancake and cut using a heart-shaped mold to create your “V.” Spread both creations with Nutella® and begin assembling. This Valentine’s Day, love is in the air AND on your plate.
Turn breakfast time into turkey time, compliments of Nutella®. For a festive twist, add roughly two cups of apple cider to your favorite flapjacks batter. Next, create various sizes of pancakes and stack from biggest to smallest. Make sure to spread Nutella onto each pancake in the stack. Finally, add feathers and a face using fresh fruit. Get to gobbling!
Looking for a tree-mendously festive holiday recipe? Cut pita into bite-sized triangles and spread with Nutella®. Use berries as ornaments and top with a kiwi star. Santa would be proud. (Christmas Bake With Toddlers)
Let these French toast stars with Nutella® light the way to a bright Christmas morning. Before dropping the bread into your batter, shape each slice with your favorite cookie cutter. Once cooked, move (Nutella Breakfast Recipes)
Get down by whipping up this groovy Pineapple Upside-Down Bake. Place pineapple rounds and cherries at the bottom of a casserole dish. Cover with your favorite pancake batter and bake at 375˚F for 25 minutes, or until cooked through. Enjoy with Nutella® hazelnut spread for one psychedelic breakfast, baby. #tbt
Enjoy a delicious twist on breakfast with this waffled pretzel with Nutella®. Roll pre-prepared pretzel dough into a long strip and twist it into your pretzel shape. Place it on your heated waffle iron. Bake minutes or until your delicious waffled pre