2 INGREDIENT NUTELLA FUDGE

Kinda sure these 2 ingredient Nutella fudge bites can make any day better.

So I have been staying at school until at least 7 pm every day this week, and all I want to do when I get home is lay on my bed eating chocolate.

And these past couple of weeks, this has been my chocolate of choice.

I was asking John what I should call these little bites of joy, and he told me to call them melt in your mouth chocolate lumps.

It sounded good until the lumps part. Also, that doesn’t tell you anything about them, or how amazingly easy these are to make!

You guys. This takes less than 5 minutes to make. And out of all of the desserts that I have ever made (and trust me, I make a LOT of desserts ), I can confidently say that these 2 ingredient Nutella fudge bites are in the top 5. Maybe even my favourite because of how easy this is to make.

I have been really experimenting lately with making chocolate that I can have on hand. You know, so that I don’t need to go all the way to the grocery store to buy chocolate in the cold winter months.

And yes, I am one of those sad (or do I mean the best kind of) people who will travel all the way there and buy only chocolate. And leave.

But I don’t need to do that walk of shame any more. Now that I have this recipe. Already memorised and making it again tomorrow.

I am actually thinking of putting these in the cookie boxes I usually give to my friends and family around Christmastime. Is it too soon to be thinking of Christmas? I need to plan ahead right now, because I know that I will be swamped with work in the upcoming weeks.

Not that I am not already swamped with work. Just counting down the days until the Christmas break! All while munching on these 2 ingredient Nutella fudge bites.

Easy 2 Ingredient Nutella Fudge is so rich, and literally melts in your mouth. Ready in under 5 minutes, this will satisfy your chocolate cravings fast.

Servings20
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Nutella
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
Instructions
  1. Line a mini muffin pan with 20 paper liners. Set aside.

  2. Place all of the ingredients in a microwave safe medium bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds and mix until smooth. If not fully melted, repeat the process until a smooth consistency forms.

  3. Divide evenly in the paper liners, and transfer to the freezer until hardened. Place in an airtight container, and store in the fridge or freezer.

Recipe Notes

I like mine stored in the freezer, but it becomes very hard.

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