Did someone say Nutella?

Nutellapoptarts

Someone did, didn't they.  Well, here you go, Nutella Pop Tarts.  I made them a little smaller so they won't take so long to cook and risk drying out the Nutella.  So I took some leftover dough from the pop tarts with quince and mandarinquat jam I made this morning, rolled it out into a very thin sheet, and cut about three-inch rounds out of it.  I filled the dough, folded it in half, and crimped the edges like I would a normal pop tart.  The results?  It's Nutella, need I say more?  They were super yum, but in the end I found that the ration between crust and Nutella was a little off.  So, instead of filling one half and folding it into a half moon, I used two rounds of dough with a bit dollop of Nutella in the middle–not having to fold them in half meant I could load it more with the good stuff, namely the Nutella. 

Now these were perfect!  How much would people pay for one of these, I wonder? 

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  • elarael

    $1.50
    Looks like something a mom wold make – in the best of ways! Like, if the French had invented the chocolate chip cookie, this is what they might have made. Looks so goood!

  • Malika

    Read your interview in the Bkk Post Magazine this morning. A very nice write up!

  • http://munchandnibble.blogspot.com Suzie

    This is genius – my daughter will adore them. Thank you!

  • http://www.oakmonster.com oakley

    I would!!! I would!!!! I’d buy anything stuffed with Nutella.
    Pim, you might have to start shipping to SoCal… ;-D
    I made Nutella and strawberry jelly sandwich for breakfast yesterday, as a matter of fact.

  • http://www.kittalog.com Kitt

    Oooh, perfect! I had PopTarts for the first time in ages this weekend, and thought they were just “eh,” but homemade with Nutella? Fabulous idea!
    I’ve done some Nutella experimentation lately (pictures here), and someone even suggested Nutella ravioli, which is what these look like. Hmmm … if you wanted to put a sauce on them, what would you use?

  • http://joanpan.blogspot.com Joan

    hahah, when I was at work in France, another American and I were talking about Pop Tarts and how it’s been forever since we had them.
    I’m in CA now and just at some Pop Tarts – good but feel kinda gross. And your homemade ones look sooo delish. And Nutella ? Brilliant. The best thing since sliced bread. I want some!

  • http://joanpan.blogspot.com Joan

    hahah, when I was at work in France, another American and I were talking about Pop Tarts and how it’s been forever since we had them.
    I’m in CA now and just at some Pop Tarts – good but feel kinda gross. And your homemade ones look sooo delish. And Nutella ? Brilliant. The best thing since sliced bread. I want some!

  • Diana

    Pim, I wanted to stop by and say thanks – I found this site by chance and discovered we lived in the same town (!) and now all these months later as I set off for a semester in Paris, I’ve got all your lovely recommendations to keep me well fed while I’m there. I’ll miss the Santa Cruz farmer’s market but I suppose the merchants of Paris will have to do.

  • http://lululuhomecooking.blogspot.com/ lululu

    Really simple and impressive snack!!!! Gotta try it for sure.

  • http://www.themaltesebacon.com Michelle

    These should be on cuteoverload.com. They look like teeny empanadas.

  • Vick

    If you like that Nutella combo, you’ll love this one:
    Take your standard pie dough, cut out the rounds, use them to line a mini muffin tin (I like to use a tassie pan), then fill with a dollop of Nutella, and put 3-6 raspberries on top. Bake at 400 deg. F until golden brown (and your kitchen smells like chocolate :) ). They make a great cocktail party dessert or late-night snack.

  • yatie

    It must have smelled like heaven..chocolate & dough..Yummmmm….btw, I saw you on the NatGeo…Me & my best mate has been toying on the idea to start a blog on the food we loved.We lived in Kuala Lumpur where food finding is like an adventure by itself..Any suggestions on how do we begin ?

  • http://lifeinrecipes.blogspot.com/ lifeinrecipes

    Best of success with your new endeavor. Everything looks so lovingly and deliciously crafted.

  • http://eatingclubvancouver.blogspot.com [eatingclub] vancouver || js

    These seem just too perfect to eat. But Nutella? Oh, they’re going to be gone in 2 minutes.

  • http://www.boutiquecandle.etsy.com Beth

    Oh wow, these look absolutely delectable! How I wish I had them right now!

  • http://www.boutiquecandle.etsy.com Beth

    Oh wow, these look absolutely delectable! How I wish I had them right now!

  • http://bretzeletcafecreme.blogspot.com/ Flo Bretzel

    You talked about Nutella? For sure, impossible to resist!

  • http://nordiccraft.blogspot.com/ Karin

    OMG those look so yummy! I’m going to have to make this next week :)

  • http://esabet.blogspot.com Elizabeth

    Oh wow, those really do look good.

  • Carol

    my god, that delicious!! amazing, I love it. kissess

  • http://www.xanga.com/from_emmy_with_love emily

    haha, i am so mad- i just stumbed on the previous entry of the jam pop-tarts, & literally got up to make them without even glancing at the next title. now i have to make them again with nutella. maybe i could just “frost” my raspberry jam ones with nutella? :] i made mine a pizza slice shape by folding a half-circle over… hopefully they’ll be as good as yours look! we’ll see in 13 minutes…

  • Gina

    Ahhhh! I love your site :) almost as much as I love Nutella! I went grocery shopping last night and on a whim, I decided to bake some croissants, halved them, topped with warm Nutella and sliced strawberries and viola! A delicious dessert. Nutella makes anything tastes absolutely amazing! I need to try this nutella poptart idea!

  • Annie

    Thanks for the great idea. I went to Barcelona recently and got some really good peanut butter and chocolate spread at Cacao Sampaka that I still haven’t used. Will have to try it out!!

  • http://www.morselsblog.com Eliza

    Pim
    love this. My son is off to college tomorrow and Nutella is a big comfort food. So, I felt compelled to teach him your technique and posted the adventure. I did cheat a little, using a pre-made pie crust. But I figure that makes it accessible even for a hungry, homesick 18 year old.

  • Abigail

    The one thing to make these even more fun is to put cream cheese in too!

  • http://bunnygotblog.com Bunny got Blog

    They look great and I love Nutella

  • http://www.justaglimpse.wordpress.com Cassie

    My 11 year old will go mad about these. I am making them tomorrow!

  • http://www.foodista.com Alisa

    I never thought of making this one before, thanks for the suggestion, my son would go crazy over this! Im making them tomorrow as well! Yay!

  • http://mmcfoodie.blogspot.com Nazifa

    wow wonderful job on them! i wonder why no one else has thought of doing these before, brilliant :)

  • http://www.foodshistory.com Bertrand

    Great idea!!! I love Nutella.

  • ๋ีJutapha

    สวัสดีค่ะ
    I just visit your website couple weeks ago and i am very proud that thai lady own this website!
    yesterday i tried your pop tart and it’s so yummy (i can’t stop eating them). and last night i think i will try it in the different way by putting apple filling in it to make mini apple tart and making it in half moon style. then, i visit your website again and saw these cute nutella tart which you did in the same way i think about my mini apple tart.
    So glad that i found your website ka

  • Lisa

    My mother-in-law makes these with dulce de leche filling – yum yum!

  • http://britinbangkok.typepad.com Michelle

    These look delicious. We have a special going on on Nutella in some of the Bangkok supermarkets this week, so I got some yesterday. Wish I had an oven (but you know Thailand, most apartments here don’t have them :( as I’d love to try these.

  • http://britinbangkok.typepad.com Michelle

    These look delicious. We have a special going on on Nutella in some of the Bangkok supermarkets this week, so I got some yesterday. Wish I had an oven (but you know Thailand, most apartments here don’t have them :( as I’d love to try these.

  • Paige

    Followed a link through a friend’s blog to the pop tart recipe…I was reading the entry and thinking, “Mmmm, I need to try this with Nutella” and then I saw the link to this entry where you did just that!

  • http://profile.typepad.com/cruisingkitty Donna Diegel

    Hey there! Chez Pim! just posted a Nutella article and linked your recipe to it. If you’d like me to include a photo let me know?
    Donna Spatulas & Corkscrews
    http://www.examiner.com/x-4208-Providence-Food-Examiner~y2009m3d11-Nutella-recipes-World-Nutella-Day

  • http://www.tiffanyfree.com/tiffany-pendants.html Tiffany Pendant

    You’re welcome all. I just adore him. Too bad Stockholm is a bit too far to drop by for dinner!

  • http://emilyspieceofcake.com/ Emily

    these looks so adorable! I can’t wait to make them

  • Corkylover3143

    Where is the recipe?

  • Margaret_kidhardt

    I am definitely trying these with my four kids . They love Nutella. In their German classes they had it and it has been on our shopping list every since that.

  • Mosjunkmail

    what about a toaster oven?

  • Lisrucker

    I would love the recipe!

  • Ciara Taylorm

    mw want them now!

  • Jumana safsouf

    Recipe