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Grilled Nutella Croissants

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Grilled Nutella Crosissants are melted Nutella and grilled croissants combined for a quick and easy dessert or snack, anytime. 

Grilled Nutella Croissants

I chose Nutella right away mostly because I had a big jar leftover from Saturday’s deliciousness. Not to mention, that… seriously – can you have enough Nutella? I don’t really think you can.

And if you don’t care for Nutella, I guess you could just change up the middle and make it what you want!

This recipe was just thrown together one afternoon because we had croissants and we wanted to do something special with them. I happen to adore croissants… light and flaky. Perfect with almost anything, so why not croissants. 

Grilled Nutella Croissants

These Grilled Nutella Croissants are definitely not anything fancy, but they sure are incredibly delicious. Buttery, flaky croissant smothered with Nutella. You’d never know they weren’t anything special when you taste them.

Since we first made them,  we’ve paired them with peanut butter and Nutella and Bananas and Nutella and a few other combinations. This recipe works with so many different flavor combinations and believe it or not, Nutella goes REALLY well with almost any fruit. We love it with sliced strawberries or raspberries. 

Grilled Nutella Croissants

This recipe is just the basic recipe, a jumping off point if you will. But I promise it’s amazing on it’s own so if you don’t want to change it, you definitely don’t have to!  BUT you can also add what you want. It’s ridiculously easy and fast and quite filling believe it or not. I am positive you will love it, if you love Nutella. DELICIOUS! 

Are you ready to make Grilled Nutella Croissants?

I know I am! 

Grilled Nutella Croissants

Grilled Nutella Croissants

Yield: 2 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Grilled Nutella Crosissants are simply melted Nutella and buttery grilled croissants, combined for a quick and easy dessert or snack, anytime. 

Ingredients

  • 1 Tbs. Butter
  • 3-4 Tbs. Nutella
  • 2 Croissants
  • Add ins: Peanut Butter, Bananas, Chocolate Chips, crushed nuts, etc.

Instructions

  1. Slice the croissants in half. Then spread the butter all over the outside of the croissant. Place the inside of the croissant face down on a pan and grill until golden. Flip the bottom half of the croissants and spread Nutella all over them.
  2. Now flip the tops of the croissants over and place them on top of the Nutella. Grill the outside of the croissants until golden and remove from pan. Serve hot.
  3. If you want to add any add in's, do that after spreading the Nutella before putting the top back on. Enjoy!

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Is it sad that as soon as I wrote up this post, I started craving these? Looks like I know what I’m making soon!

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Jennie @themessybakerblog

Friday 20th of April 2012

I think I just died and went to heaven. These look amazing. Anything that involves Nutella, count me in.

anna

Tuesday 17th of April 2012

Oh yum! And no you really can't ever have too much nutella :) Looks delicious!

Anna@Herding Cats & Burning Soup

Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious

Tuesday 17th of April 2012

The simplest recipes that are just thrown together on a whim turn out the best. Well done!

Debra Kristi

Monday 16th of April 2012

Um, yum! My kids would die to have this in the morning. When are you coming over to cook? :) Ha ha

Ruby Young

Monday 16th of April 2012

Hey, there! Yum, yum, yum... that looks so good! I recently bought a jar of Nutella and had some on crackers. It was good. I will have to try the croissant recipe but without adding any butter to them, since they are usually buttery anyway. Makes my mouth water. I love croissants just without anything on them. :) Best regards to you, my friend. Ruby aka Grammy

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