Before I made my first batch of Nutella brownies (my forty-seventh new recipe) I searched food blogs far and wide for the perfect recipe. Most of the ones I found were fairly similar, but I ran across one that was so simple that I had to bookmark it for future use. I was actually pretty skeptical that a brownie recipe with only three ingredients could work at all, but I was too curious not to try it. So on Tuesday night I mixed together some Nutella, a little flour, and an egg, threw it in the oven, and crossed my fingers. And what do you know, they turned out great! This recipe only makes a dozen mini brownie bites so I only got to try one of them, but they tasted delicious. And I got a lot of good feedback from my co-workers who ate the rest. If you have a jar of Nutella in your cabinet I highly suggest whipping up a batch of these brownie bites.
1/2 c Nutella
5 Tbsp flour
Ready for some complicated instructions? Well, too bad because this recipe is insanely simple! Mix all three ingredients together until smooth. Evenly distribute the batter between 12 cups in a mini muffin tin, filling each one about 3/4 full. Bake for about 12 minutes or until cooked through. Cool on a qire rack for 10 minutes before removing from the pan. Enjoy!
Based on Haute Apple Pie’s Nutella Brownies.