Saturday, February 5, 2011

Nutella-Coconut Hot Chocolate

Happy World Nutella Day 2011 everyone! I can't remember the first time that I had nutella- it was a long time ago, maybe when I took French in middle school. Did you all know that Nutella is French? I remember my French teacher talking about nutella a lot back then. Anyway, today is a day to make something with Nutella in order to celebrate how awesome it is! I've baked with nutella before, but today I decided to keep it simple. I made hot chocolate using coconut milk and stirred in some nutella and then topped it off with toasted coconut. I love nutella and coconut together! It's been so rainy, icy and just plain dreary outside that it's the perfect kind of day to snuggle up on your couch with some nutella hot chocolate!

Here's the very simple, 3 ingredient recipe:

1 cup of coconut milk
1 heaping tablespoon of Nutella
1 tablespoon toasted coconut

Heat the coconut milk on the stove or in the microwave until hot. Stir in the nutella until melted and top with toasted coconut.

Enjoy! Head on over to World Nutella Day, created by Ms Adventures in Italy and Bleeding Espresso to see other recipes made using nutella!


  1. Oh, I should have put the emblem with a link on my post! I guess it's not too late! Your hot chocolate looks SO good and I bet is perfect on a cold, rainy night. I love this combination and can't wait to try it.

  2. I love hot chocolate! Nutella must taste even better!

  3. We make Nutella Hot Chocolate all the time. I like the addition of coconut

  4. Nutella is Italian, not French, created by an Italian and made in Italy. It originates from gianduja, a chocolate and hazelnut confection found in northern Italy. It is even better than nutella and is all over the Torino area of Italy.