How to make vegan nutella recipe

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Deliciously cementitious and velvety, ready in 30 minutes and made with just half a dozen ingredients, my vegan Nutella is truly easy to make and much healthier than its store-bought counterpart.

Nutella Vegan Recipe

However, I guess I shouldn't say Nutella, since it's Ferrero's brand … but "Vegan Nutella" gets off the tongue a lot easier than "vegan chocolate hazelnut cream."

It also rolls on the tongue quite well. Fairly good. I'm right?

Make vegan Nutella

It's very easy to make this Nutel… ummm… hazelnut chocolate cream: all you need is raw hazelnuts, maple syrup, a little coconut oil, a vanilla bean (or vanilla extract / paste), a pinch of salt and a little dark chocolate.

What type of chocolate should I use to make vegan Nutella?

I prefer to use 65% cocoa solids, but if you like a more bitter chocolate flavor, feel free to choose 75% or even 80%. However, I find that really high percentages of cocoa solids tend to cause stomach pain.

You don't want to know when I named a full 80g bar of 80% in half an hour.

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The consequences were horrible, really horrible and painful.

However, this vegan Nutella is charming. And even if you stuff yourself with it, it won't give you a stomach ache. Don't ask me how I know. 😉

Melt the chocolate for vegan Nutella

By the way, if you're going to melt the chocolate in a microwave, keep an eye on it. Don't do what I did, put it on for two minutes and leave it while you do something else. The chocolate was not only completely ruined, it reeked of the entire department.

Oops

Help: my chocolate has taken over!

If you're going to add more maple syrup, you'll need to add a little hot water because the more syrup you add, the more sticky the paste will become. If the chocolate sticks, add boiling water, one teaspoon at a time, and beat until smooth again.

Vegan Nutella

It is…

  • Without gluten
  • Soy free
  • Dairy free
  • Refined without sugar
  • rich
  • Sweet
  • Chocolate and
  • Creamy
  • Easy to do
  • Incredibly more ish

Spread it out on bread or toast, put it on top of your favorite ice cream, waffles, pancakes (of course!), Or my personal favorite, on top of banana roti.

Or just eat it directly from a spoon.

Buon appetito!

How to make vegan nutella

Deliciously cementitious and velvety, ready in 30 minutes and made with just half a dozen ingredients, my vegan Nutella is truly easy to make and much healthier than its store-bought counterpart.

Course: Condiments, Spreads

Italian cuisine

Preparation time: 5 minutes.

Cook time: 30 minutes.

Total time: 35 minutes

Marks (slide to adjust): 730 g

Calories: 128kcal

Instructions

  • Heat your oven to 175 ° C (350 ° F / gas mark 4).

  • Spread the hazelnuts in a single layer on a baking sheet and grill for 15 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and place in food processor or high-speed blender. Blitz for a few minutes, until you have thick, creamy pecan butter. (You will probably need to stop and scrape down the sides of the bowl, or jar, several times.)
  • While the nuts are processing, break the chocolate into small pieces and place it in a heat resistant container over a pan of hot (not boiling) water with the coconut oil.

  • Once the pecan butter is done, add the melted chocolate and coconut oil, maple syrup, hazelnut milk, vanilla, and salt. Blitz for a couple of minutes, until everything is completely mixed and smooth.

  • Transfer to a sterile jar and store at room temperature. Assuming it's for that long, this vegan Nutella will stay on for about a month.

Notes

  1. I would suggest using a chocolate that is in the 50% -65% cocoa solids range.
  2. Or use 1 teaspoon of vanilla paste or ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
  3. If you can't get peeled walnuts, once you have toasted them, place them on a kitchen towel and turn them to remove the skin.
  4. If you are happy to have a slight coconut flavor, use virgin coconut oil, otherwise use refined.
  5. If you are going to add more maple syrup, you will need to add a little more milk because the more syrup you add, the more sticky the paste will become.
  6. Depending on your food processor or blender, getting to the nut butter stage can be a little quicker or take a little longer. It takes about 10 minutes for the Magimix food processor to make pecan butter. Vac 2 is much faster, about half the time.

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