nutella ravioli

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

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if there is a recipe out there involving nutella, i WILL find it. that creamy, chocolatey, hazelnutty goodness is good straight out of the jar, no doubt. but imagine pairing it with peanut butter, cream cheese and chocolate chips and wrapping it up in a little wonton blanket. IMAGINE IT. that's exactly what we're doing today. it's one of the easiest recipes out there. so easy that i'm not even sure it counts as a recipe.

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fill wonton wrappers with your ingredient combo of preference. i made some with just nutella, some with nutella and cream cheese, and some with the works-nutella, cream cheese, peanut butter, chocolate chips.

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wet the edges of the wrapper with water and seal shut with the help of a fork. spray the tops of the raviolis with pam spray.

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into the oven they go! bake at 375 for 8-10 minutes until golden brown.

let the ravs cool for a minute and sprinkle powdered sugar on top.

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eat! i didn't think of this, but adding a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream would be really delicious.

the inside was perfection. the flavors baked together nicely and created the most delicious combo. my only complaint was that the wonton edges baked up too hard. try filling your raviolis with more nutella and baking them for less time (6 minutes or so). find the full recipe here.

do you have a recipe that's so easy to make that you kind of feel like you're cheating, but cheating in a good way?

12 comments:

  1. Um... I am supposed to be eating healthier, and these are NOT helping! Do you think putting a marshmallow in there would be good? Maybe I'll give that a shot and get back to you. :)

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    1. i don't know of many things that wouldn't taste good in it. except shrimp. don't even go there.

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  2. Oh my gosh these look amazing!

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    1. i think next time i might try them in puff pastry or PILLSBURY CRESCENT ROLLS. oh no. this is very bad.

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  3. What a fantastic idea!! How did I not think of this before?!?! I am going to be trying these... as soon as the snow is gone and I can get to the store for wonton wrappers

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    1. girl. it is SNOWING here tonight. well, like mini, teeny-tiny flakes. but i'll take it. ;-)

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  4. This. This. This is important. Nutella should be in everything on Earth. I must try this immediately.

    Em
    Tightrope to the Sun

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    1. whatever ranch dressing isn't good on (cookies, ice cream, slabs of cake), nutella is! wonderful how that works out, isn't it?

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  5. This recipe looks amazing!! It sounds like the perfect fix for any sweet craving! Can't wait to try it.

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    1. oh yes! it's quite a perfect combo. and so easy! i had most of the ingredients on hand.

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  6. Nutella. Always. This looks so good!

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    1. forever and ever and ever. i may try to incorporate it into my wedding menu someday. nutella wedding cake? why not?

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