White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies [with a Video]

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

So I filmed more baking videos for you last week!! Yay!

Actually, my lovely, amazing, super talented, photographer friend Eddie filmed them for you. And he edited them for you too. Thank you Eddie! :-)

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

The story behind these brownies is that Eddie wanted to bake something from the blog. I’m pretty sure the text I got went like this:

“OK buddy I am bored and craving chocolate. It’s time to attempt one of your recipes… Hope you’re excited!”.

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

A few back-and-forth text messages later, he decided to bake these Easy Nutella Brownie Cups. They only have three main ingredients and are one of my all time favourite recipes.

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

But he had no cupcake liners. So after some panic and some improv, these easy Nutella brownies were born.

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

Eddie swore they were amazing. And I absolutely had to try them. So we decided to bake, film and shoot these together.

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

It was great! I had so much fun, not only filming, but styling and shooting with someone else. I hope you enjoy the results :-)

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Make sure you check out Eddie’s awesome photography blog and his website, he is doing fantastic things and I am ridiculously grateful for all of his help with the videos!

Also a huge thanks to the gorgeous Jules for letting me run havoc in her kitchen!! Love. X

White chocolate chip easy Nutella brownies

  • 1 cup Nutella (280g, 10 oz)
  • 2 eggs
  • 10 tbsp plain flour
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp instant coffee, finely ground (optional)
  • ½ cup white chocolate chips
  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C (350 F) and grease and line an 8 x 8 inch pan with baking paper.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine the Nutella and eggs. Add the salt and coffee.
  3. Mix in the flour until it is just incorporated, then stir through the white chocolate chips.
  4. Pour the batter into the prepared pan and spread it out evenly.
  5. Bake for about 15 minutes, until the center is just set and the edges begin to crack.
  6. Allow to cool before cutting. Makes 9 brownies.
  7. Happy baking!

Adapted from these Easy Nutella Brownie Cups, original recipe by Abby Dodge.

White Chocolate Chip Easy Nutella Brownies

I have made so many variations of these Nutella brownies, because they’re just so easy!
Check them out:
Double Chocolate Chip Nutella Stuffed Oreo Crumb Cookie Cups
Easy Nutella Brownie Cups

Easy Nutella Brownie Oreo Cupcakes with Nutella Frosting
Easy Nutella Cookies
Ferrero Rocher Nutella Brownies
Little Malt Ball Nutella Brownies
Little Oreo, Chocolate Chip Cookie and Nutella Brownies
Mini Nutella Brownies with Berry Filling
Mini Nutella Peanut Butter Chip Brownie Bites

And have you seen my other baking video for these fudgy caramel filled cookies yet?

Leave me a comment:

  1. I like the photos and the video – congratulations on a great job.
    Is there anything that is not improved by adding nutella? I didn’t think so.

  2. Hi Natasha,
    I have just discovered your blog and I’m obsessed already. Absolutely love your work and photos. Looking forward to seeing what other delicious treats you have in store.

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  4. I’m liking the look of these. I’m going to try making them with my class of 9year olds tomorrow as a treat! :)

  5. i made these but have a few notes! i added the flour in four stages, and stopped when i noticed it was getting too dry. i stuck it in the fridge for a little while so it could firm up, and so it wouldn’t spread too much (nutella has oil in it so i didn’t want the cookies to go crazy). i had a bit of a hard time flattening them out with a glass, so i coated the bottom of it with sugar. added a nice sparkle to the top of the cookies. to store them so that they stayed chewy, i put them in tupperware, with a slice of bread. the cookies absorb the bread’s moisture so they won’t dry out. i think this is supposed to work with an apple slice as well! i brought these to work the next day, and they were ALL GONE within the hour.

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  7. I just baked these, I’m a newbie to baking, these tasted good but would have probably tasted even better if I do it right next time, I did 200 degree Celsius so bit too high so because of my cooking they were bit dry and burnt oops … Thanks for recipe I’m going to try again soon

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