Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes

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Hey, remember when I said I’d be posting healthy recipes in July? Ha! Since then I’ve shared recipes for mojito popsicles, chocolate cupcakes, blood orange sorbet, and now chocolate Nutella cupcakes (also, next up: carrot cake cupcakes). So, lesson learned: don’t listen to me and don’t expect anything healthy when you visit this blog!

These cupcakes were made in honor of my 300th Facebook fan, Rachel. I actually know Rachel – she was my student intern last year. I knew she was a big fan of my desserts so to celebrate hitting a big number on Facebook, I decided to bake her something special. She asked for cupcakes and told me that she likes chocolate and Nutella.

I took the “better than sex” chocolate cupcakes (think moist, very chocolatey cake) and topped them with my own Nutella buttercream. Other recipes use a little Nutella with more butter and powdered sugar, but that just didn’t do it for me. I ended up using that entire jar that’s in the photos. It was perfect: creamy, thick frosting with the distinctive flavor of the hazelnut chocolate spread. I ate one (you know – just to make sure they were okay) and was in chocolate/Nutella heaven. Good thing I had these earmarked for someone else – I could’ve eaten them all!

Thank you to all my fans, subscribers, supporters, and readers. You all make blogging fun and worthwhile. Every comment, “like,” new subscribe, Twitter mention, etc. makes me smile. I love hearing your feedback, what you think of a recipe or photo and how it goes when you try one of my recipes. You guys are amazing!


Recipe:

“Better than Sex” Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes

Adapted from Cupcake Project and Chockylit
Makes 15-16 cupcakes
Edited to add: some people rave about this recipe, yet some have issues with them deflating. I can’t figure out what the issue is, so I’m on the hunt for the ultimate chocolate cupcake recipe to replace this one. I made the Nutella buttercream with cinnamon chocolate cupcakes and it was SO delicious! 
  • 1/2 C butter, room temperature
  • 1 1/4 C sugar
  • 2 large eggs, room temperature
  • 3/4 C flour
  • 1/2 t baking powder
  • 1/4 t baking soda
  • 1/4 t salt
  • 1/2 C unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1/2 C milk
  • 1 t vanilla

Preheat oven to 350°F.

In a mixing bowl, beat butter until softened and smooth. Add sugar and beat for a few minutes, until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, beating after each until well combined. Set aside.

In a small bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and cocoa powder. In a separate small bowl, combine milk and vanilla.

Add about 1/3 of dry ingredients to butter and sugar and mix until combined. Add about 1/2 of wet ingredients to butter mixture and mix until combined. Continue alternating dry and wet, mixing in between (finish with the remaining dry ingredients).

Fill cupcake tins about 1/2 full (don’t overfill – you only need 1/2) and bake for around 20-25 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. They will come out flat.

 

Nutella Buttercream

  • 1/2 C butter, room temperature
  • 1 C Nutella
  • 1 C powdered sugar, sifted
  • 1-2 T milk

Beat butter until smooth. Add Nutella and beat together until thoroughly combined. Slowly add powdered sugar, mixing until combined. Add 1 tablespoon of milk. Add additional milk or powdered sugar as needed to reach desired consistency.

155 Responses to “Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes”
  1. apaler1 writes:

    Yum! These look delicious! Nutella is one of my favorite foods. Ever.

  2. Ann writes:

    These look absolutely amazing! That is going to be one smiling “Rachel the 300th Facebook Fan”. My husband adores Nutella – so he’s gonna flip when I make these on his birthday!

  3. Rachel writes:

    Thank you Stephanie for baking these for me! They were amazing! Not only did I love them but my roommate, Mom, and brother also really enjoyed them. I think if I made these myself I would end up eating the entire bowl of frosting before any of it made it to the cupcakes. They truly were chocolate/Nutella heaven!

  4. Magic of Spice writes:

    You are too funny…I don’t mind sweet treats at all :)
    These look gorgeous and delicious!

  5. Valerie writes:

    I just have one word for your cupcakes… PERFECT!

  6. Stephanie writes:

    @apaler1 – who doesn’t love Nutella?! This frosting is amazing because it tastes just like Nutella but with the texture of a perfect buttercream. Definitely a must-try for a Nutella lover.

  7. Stephanie writes:

    @Ann – Rachel loved them! I can’t wait to hear how your husband likes them. I think they’re a must-try for any Nutella lover!

  8. Stephanie writes:

    @Rachel – you’re so welcome! It was hard not to eat all the frosting…I made have eaten a spoonful or 2 :) Thanks for all your support!

  9. Stephanie writes:

    @Magic of Spice – haha I don’t either…was just trying to be more healthy this month. These cupcakes were worth the indulgence!

  10. Stephanie writes:

    @Valerie – thank you! :)

  11. Kelly writes:

    What a great idea!!! These are too cute!! :)

  12. Steph@stephsbitebybite writes:

    I need one of these right now to make it through the work day! Love it!

  13. Adora's Box writes:

    As if nutella wasn’t nice enough on its own. Divine cupcake. Extra lashings of the buttercream please.

  14. Emily @ Life on Food writes:

    I love nutella. The frosting on those cupcakes is making me drool. Big Time! Yummy!

  15. Erin @ Dinners, Dishes and Desserts writes:

    Hilarious! I made Nutella Cupcakes for today too! Yours look beautiful!

  16. Lindsey@Lindselicious writes:

    Congrats on 300! These look super delish, I hope they entice 300 more people to support your blog Steph!

  17. Tina@flourtrader writes:

    Fantastic cupcakes, flavors that no one can resist!Lovely pics

  18. Peggy writes:

    I’ve made a version of Nutella cupcakes before and they were amazing – I’m always willing to try new variations though =)

  19. Medeja writes:

    Thank you for posting great recipes!

    This frosting looks very tempting :) I would even just frosting I guess :D

  20. Cal @ Real Moms Are Dirty writes:

    I’ve been looking for a nice Nutella icing recipe for cookies and so on. Can’t wait to try yours. :) Will take photos and share when I make a batch.

  21. Brittany writes:

    YUM! I am so making these this weekend. Thank you!

  22. Stephanie writes:

    @Kelly – thank you! :)

  23. Stephanie writes:

    @Steph – ooh these would be a great midday pick-me-up!

  24. Stephanie writes:

    @Adora’s Box – yes, I could (and did) eat this Nutella buttercream all by itself.

  25. Stephanie writes:

    @Emily – me too! It makes a fantastic buttercream.

  26. Stephanie writes:

    @Erin – wow what a coincidence! Also, I just saw your Nutella ice cream – yum!!

  27. Stephanie writes:

    @Lindsey – thanks! Almost up to 400 now! :)

  28. Stephanie writes:

    @Tina – thanks!

  29. Stephanie writes:

    @Peggy – I can’t imagine any Nutella cupcake would be bad. But you better try new variations, just to make sure ;)

  30. Stephanie writes:

    @Medeja – my pleasure! I definitely ate some of the frosting on its own. Can’t let it go to waste! :)

  31. Stephanie writes:

    @Cal – Great! Please come back and share a link to your blog post. Can’t wait to see how you like the frosting!

  32. Stephanie writes:

    @Brittany – enjoy! Let me know how you like them.

  33. Kim writes:

    Perfection! I’m afraid to make these because I’m afraid I will eat the all!

  34. Claire @ keepsmeoutofmischief writes:

    They look amazing, I’m also scared to make them as I’d quite possibly eat the whole batch. Must save them for a special occasion when other people are around to help me eat them!

  35. Stephanie writes:

    @Claire – good strategy! I do the same thing when I bake something, especially something as tempting as these cupcakes!

  36. Mellisa @funsavingmoney writes:

    I LOVE Nutella! These look fantastic but like Claire said I don’t know if I could control myself and eat the whole batch!

  37. Stephanie writes:

    @Melissa – I know exactly what you mean. I wait for a birthday or some special occasion, or I just bring baked goods into work so I won’t eat them all (plus people really appreciate that!).

  38. Kita writes:

    How cute! These are a lovely cupcake to celebrate 300 likes and congratulations!

  39. Mare writes:

    have to make these! my daughter luvs Nutella. maybe for her 10th birthday!
    ps, a new follower!

  40. Stephanie writes:

    @Kita – thanks! :)

  41. Stephanie writes:

    @Mare – welcome! You should definitely make these for your daughter, she will love them :)

  42. Biggie writes:

    Not better than sex. Period.

  43. Jolly writes:

    Thank you for sharing these delicious cupcakes, I look forward to dreaming about them and then making them tomorrow for an afternoon treat.

  44. Blaire writes:

    Where did u get those plates and who makes them!

  45. Stephanie writes:

    @Blaire – I got the plate from Anthropologie in the spring. I don’t see it on their website anymore but it might be available in stores.

  46. Stephanie writes:

    @Jolly – enjoy! I hope they’re a lovely treat for your Sunday.

  47. Stephanie writes:

    @Biggie – haha fair enough.

  48. Sweet Indulgence Cakes and Candies writes:

    I fix Nutella on toast almost every morning for breakfast for my teenage daughter(she loves the stuff). This looks great I’ll have to make it for her, thanks!

  49. Erica writes:

    There is not one thing in the entire world that is not made better and more delicious by the addition of Nutella.

  50. anazar writes:

    OMG, these are perfect!!

  51. Mel writes:

    I subbed the Nutella with peanut butter and they tasted like a match made in heaven. :)

  52. Stephanie writes:

    @Sweet Indulgence Cakes and Candies – I bet your daughter will love these!

  53. Stephanie writes:

    @Erica – that is such a true statement! Nutella is amazing.

  54. Stephanie writes:

    @anazar – thanks! Nutella definitely makes them incredibly good.

  55. Stephanie writes:

    @Mel – that sounds SO good!! Thanks for sharing! :)

  56. Anne writes:

    May seem silly… but salted or unsalted butter for the cuppies and the frosting?

  57. Stephanie writes:

    @Anne – not silky at all! I almost always use unsalted butter when I bake and I recommend that you do for this recipe.

  58. Mylin writes:

    Hello. I was wondering what the T stands for. I’m not sure if it’s asking for tablespoon or teaspoon. Please and Thank you :]

  59. Stephanie writes:

    @Mylin – lowercase t = teaspoon, uppercase T = tablespoon

  60. Alawna writes:

    I just made these cupcakes. Delicious they remind me of ferrero rocher. The only problem is they are so good I need to give some away so I don’t eat them all!

  61. Stephanie writes:

    @Alawna – they can be dangerous! I’m so glad you love them. I hope you find people who can take some off your hands and you can enjoy the rest!

  62. Lyra writes:

    These ‘better than sex’-cupcakes are really that. I tried them yesterday, and they were heavenly. Also, I probably could’ve drowned in the nutella cream. happily. ‘good’ thing my brother ate away half of it and my boyfriend saved me from the others. now i have to bake again when they’re on holiday ;D

  63. Stephanie writes:

    @Lyra – so glad you (and your bf and brother) love these recipes! I could just eat the Nutella frosting too. Mmmm…

  64. Miriam T. writes:

    I baked, I ate, and I thank you for this recipe. These are delicious and the Nutella frosting is AMAZING.
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  65. Sarah writes:

    sorry i appeared to have drooled on my computer….. YUM!

  66. Sarah writes:

    sorry… i appeared to have drooled on my computer…YUM!
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  67. Kari writes:

    I will be trying these this week! Cannot wait! :-)

  68. Melissa writes:

    These are my birthday party cupcakes. Doing minis so everyone can have a little.

  69. Angie @ Bigbearswife writes:

    and what do you know I have a jar of Nutella that needs to be used up!
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  70. easyfoodsmith writes:

    These look so delectable!! I just decided what I am going to make for my daughter’s birthday! She is crazy about Nutella and I am sure these cupcakes won’t survive for long :-)
    thanks for the post!!!
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  71. Velene writes:

    I’m sorry to ask but do you have the conversions in grams? When I use cups they aren’t accurate and the cupcakes I make always end up rock – hard ):

  72. Stephanie writes:

    @Valene – I don’t have the conversions. Maybe you can figure it out by using a conversion chart. If your cupcakes turn out hard, it could be from your oven being too hot. You could get an oven thermometer so you can ensure it’s the correct temperature. Good luck!

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  74. Di writes:

    I tried these last night – the cupcakes were a little dry i wonder if oil will be better than butter in this case.
    The frosting was delicious! i used only half a cup of powdered sugar and it was perfect!!
    Thanks for the recipe!

  75. Brandon @ The Yummy Bits writes:

    Wow, these look delicious! …and I love nutella, so they are that much better! I’ll have to make them very, very soon. Great post!

    -Brandon
    http://www.theyummybits.com
    @theyummybits

  76. Dianae writes:

    Hi, I just made the cupcakes and for some reason that I dont know they came out awful. The taste was amazing as well as the buttercream, but they just dripped inside the oven.
    Do you have any idea why this happens?
    I live in Mexico City and I dont know if the altitude over here has something to do with this.

  77. Stephanie writes:

    @Dianae – they dripped? I’m not sure what you mean exactly, but altitude can affect baking. This recipe seems to have mixed results and no one can figure out why. It seems to either be amazing or a mess. I think I’ll add a warning to the recipe so people know that without reading the comments.

  78. Jessica writes:

    Hi thanks for the recipe made these today and they taste delicious! Love the nutella frosting! But I had a problem with mine they caved in and were like cups they were not rounded and we cannot figure out why. Any suggestions?

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  80. Laura writes:

    I just made this recepie it was so good!!!! I only wonder if others had trouble with the frosting I had to put almost three cups of powered sugar to get the nutella frosting to be thick enough to handle. Is there any tips for this? Other than that I’m in love with this cupcakes

  81. ilovebaking writes:

    I want to bake these lovely cupcakes but I’m not sure what the ‘C’ and ‘T’ mean? I don’t want to put the wrong measurements in.

  82. Stephanie writes:

    @ilovebaking – C = cup, T = tablespoon, t = teaspoon. Enjoy!

  83. Shawna writes:

    My cupcakes caved in too :( They still taste amazing and I will serve them anyway because that Nutella buttercream could make anyone see past the less than desirable looks of my cupcakes. I LOVE that buttercream! Super yum! I sprinkled toasted, salted hazelnuts on top :)
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  84. Celine writes:

    I made these last weekend – and they were AMAZING. I blogged about them: http://redsie05.blogspot.com/2012/02/chocolate-nutella-cupcakes.html
    Celine recently posted Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes

  85. michelle writes:

    My daughter found your recipe on pintrest & made me go out and get all the stuff for them. I hav’nt made them yet, but will soon. thanks for making her so happy.(;

  86. claire writes:

    Hello, am new to baking so just would like to ask, what does “C” stands for? Cup?

  87. Stephanie writes:

    @claire – yes, C = cup, T = tablespoon and t = teaspoon

  88. Stephanie writes:

    @michelle – aww, I’m so glad your daughter is so excited to make these. I hope she enjoys the recipe!

  89. claire writes:

    Thanks Stephanie! Can I ask one more question? How many ml is the cup?

  90. Stephanie writes:

    @claire – there are 236.58 ml in a cup.

  91. claire writes:

    great! Thanks a mil Steph!

  92. Jennie @themessybakerblog writes:

    I adore Nutella. These cupcakes look delicious. You have a beautiful site.

  93. Stephanie writes:

    @Jennie – thank you Jennie! If you adore Nutella, you will love this frosting.

  94. Sarah writes:

    i made these last week and loved them!!! they are great and i tryed making them again this week and the deflated, what could be the reason for this?

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  96. Stephanie writes:

    @Sarah – I just edited the post to add a warning. Although some people have raved about this recipe, some have issues with the cupcakes collapsing. I can’t figure out why it goes so well for some but not for others. I’ve made it a few times with no problems myself, as has Stef at Cupcake Project, but she has also had some readers who have complained it hasn’t worked for them. I’m on the hunt for the ultimate chocolate cupcake recipe to replace this one…I’ll let you know what I find out!

  97. tmmcmurray writes:

    I made these in a single batch the first time and they were amazing. The next two times I tried to double the batch and they absolutely flopped. Caved in the middle and not edible. Any idea why this happened when doubled?

  98. Stephanie writes:

    @tmmcmurray – I’m sorry to hear that! This seems to be an oddly finicky recipe – some rave about it, some have disasters like yours. I added a warning to the recipe because I can’t figure out what’s going wrong.

  99. tmmcmurray writes:

    Thanks, Stephanie. Have you doubled the recipe with success?

  100. Charlotte writes:

    Hey :) Sorry for the language , i’m French =$ but I want to know something ! Can I made this cupcake and let it in the fridge during 1 night , if I made this thursday for friday it’s ok ?! Even with the topping !? It’s for a birthday and I want my cupcake be amazing ;) Thank’s , and once again a time sorry if they are faults =$

  101. Stephanie writes:

    @Charlotte – yes, it would be fine to make this the day before eating. If you frost it and leave it in the fridge overnight, take it out of the fridge around 20 minutes before eating to let the frosting soften. Let me know if you have any more questions. Enjoy!

  102. Brittany writes:

    AMAZING recipes!

    You have a new fan!

  103. Stephanie writes:

    @Brittany – thank you so much! I’m so glad you enjoy my recipes :)

  104. Charlotte writes:

    Thank you very much !!So I will try this =D Thank you very much !! You have a new fan , from france ! ;)

  105. Sheila writes:

    I just made a batch of these and they were amazing! I’m eating one as I type this!
    Usually, I’d half frosting recipes but for this, I actually thought of doubling it!
    I love how the cake is so light, soft and not overly sweet (though it was a tad crumbly), and the frosting was the real star. Rich, decadent, nutella-y and I love the way it hardened after a while.
    Best chocolate cupcake!!
    Can this recipe be made into a full on layer cake?

  106. Stephanie writes:

    @Sheila – so glad you enjoyed the cupcakes! That’s one of my favorite frosting recipes. You could make this into a layer cake. You might want to double the recipe, depending on how big you want the cake to be.

  107. Shawna writes:

    Mine completely collapsed. Not sure what happened as I followed the recipe to a T.

  108. anu writes:

    Hi stephanie,
    Wow these cupcakes are awesome super yummy…the picks are so inviting!
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  109. LauraS writes:

    Flavor is spectacular but they were so deflated, I could not frost them.

  110. indra writes:

    hey there! your cupcakes look lovely! i chanced upon here looking for a nutella frosting for my rainbow cupcakes. btw the measurements you have mentioned- C and T. Can i know what they mean? cos in singapore, we’re so used to metric. hope to hear from you very soon! i’m making them this wednesday!

  111. indra writes:

    and hw much is one cup in metric? it wld be very helpful.

  112. Stephanie writes:

    @Indra – C = cup, T or Tbsp = tablespoon and t or tsp = teaspoon. Hope this helps!

  113. Stephanie writes:

    @Indra – according to this conversion chart, it’s 100 grams

  114. lisa writes:

    I love Nutella. Thank you Thank you Thank you!

  115. Yelena writes:

    I have a question…
    When it says add the 1/3 dry ingredients and the wet ones do you add it in the butter and sugar?
    And another one is are the dry ingredients from the small bowl right?:)
    Yelena recently posted Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies

  116. Stephanie writes:

    @Yelena – yes, you add 1/3 of the dry ingredients from the small bowl to the butter and sugar. Then add 1/2 of the wet ingredients from the other small bowl to the butter and sugar. Alternate until you empty the small bowls.

  117. Danielle writes:

    If I were to make this into a double layer 8-inch cake, how long would you recommend baking?

  118. Stephanie writes:

    @Danielle – I would probably start testing it around 25 minutes. 8″ cakes take around 25-35 mins generally.

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  122. kiana writes:

    Hi how much is 1/2 cup of butter weighing in grams? Sorry if I sound silly. As normally we weigh thinga in grams instead of cup.

  123. Stephanie writes:

    @kiana – 1/2 cup is 4 ounces, which is around 113 grams.

  124. kiana writes:

    thanks!!

  125. toj writes:

    I just tried making these today for my girlfriends birthday in a couple days and I have no idea what happened but they didn’t turn out so great )= half the ones in the oven started shriveling up or sinking in and the others seemed alright but when i tried one they were kinda hard and bitter I guess? I dunno what I did wrong D: I followed your recipe exactly though! Maybe its cause of the cocoa powder I used? All i had was Hersheys unsweetened cocoa powder.

    Help her birthdays in two days and I need to work something out )=

    The frosting was brilliant though!

  126. Stephanie writes:

    @toj – I’m sorry to hear that! As I mentioned in the recipe notes, some people rave about this recipe, yet some have issues with them deflating. I can’t figure out what goes wrong for some of you. I made the Nutella buttercream with cinnamon chocolate cupcakes, which was divine. If you want a plain chocolate recipe though, try this one – just use regular all-purpose flour in place of gluten-free and take out the xanthan gum.

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  130. Robyn writes:

    Made these tonight and although they are delicious, we too are one of the unlucky ones whose cupcakes deflated. Have you been able to discover why?

  131. Stephanie Nuccitelli writes:

    Robyn, I haven’t figured out why – it’s so strange! I’m sorry they didn’t work out for you.

  132. leavethelies writes:

    Hey! :)

    I just want to share with you my opinion. I made only frosting from this recipe, because I didn’t have all the ingredients and we needed some chocolate cupcake! :D So I’ve found different one with ingredients I had. I liked the recipe of the frosting, but I think it doesn’t need so much sugar. I used like half of it. :) It’s pretty tasty, though!!! Thanks! :)

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  134. Becky writes:

    My first attempt at these cupcakes was disastrous…they over-rose, over-flowed and left pitiful holes in the cupcakes…more like cakecups. I figured out my more then 4200ft altitude was the culprit…made them again with high altitude adjustments and they were BEAUTIFUL and delicious. Those that had these cupcakes “sink” on them might be at a higher altitude then they think. Just a thought….Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  135. Lindsey writes:

    Perhaps the problem people are having is that they’re using S R flour as well as the other raising agents? That would cause deflation, surely! Neeeed to make these.

  136. Sophia writes:

    Can i make this into a cake form?
    Thanks!

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  138. Rebecca writes:

    You must be having the worst sex in the world. These weren’t cupcakes at all…they were just a made-up batter that destroyed my pans and my oven. As I was pouring these into the muffin cups, I was thinking, “This doesn’t seem like enough flour to make a cake-like treat.” I checked the recipe again. Well, I did what it said. I figure if you’ve got a recipe posted up on here, they must be good. Uh, no. I have baked on batter all over everything in my oven. Now my boyfriend will be over it 10 minutes and he will have no birthday cupcakes. :( I wish there was a place to post a picture here so you can see what an absolute disaster these were. “Collapse” isn’t even the right word.

  139. Rebecca writes:

    I apologize. After having a complete kitchen disaster with your cupcake recipe, I googled the interwebs for another recipe, with maybe a higher flour content, and proceeded to make attempt #2 at getting some birthday cupcakes together…in the bottom oven, since the top oven was a mess. I had the same results. Complete mess. Cupcake batter everywhere.
    Well, I am at 7000 feet. So today, after cleaning out both ovens, and scraping the concrete batter off all my muffin tins, I bought some Duncan Hines from the store and followed the high altitude directions. They actually resemble cupcakes. Hallelujah.
    Sorry for my harsh message earlier. After two completely different recipes having the same effect, I realized the fault may not have been with you. :-/

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  142. In Honor Of World Nutella Day, Here Are 15 Insanely Good Nutella Creations You Need To Try (Photos) | Elite Daily writes:

    [...] Simple Nutella Cupcakes 52 Kitchen Adventures [...]

  143. Deretan Kreasi Nutella Ini Siap Bikin Kamu Ngiler! | Postaholics writes:

    [...] Sumber: 52 Kitchen Adventures [...]

  144. Macy writes:

    Can I halve this recipe? Or will it affect the batter….

  145. Stephanie Saunders writes:

    Macy, I haven’t halved this particular recipe, so I can’t say for sure, but I think it could work.

  146. Adorable and Easy Cupcake Recipes - Princess Pinky Girl writes:

    [...] Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes | 52kitchenadventures.com (click to see recipe!) [...]

  147. First Cupcake, Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes | Homemade Delights writes:

    [...] first trial of cupcakes.  Yes, I know it’s threatening, loads of sugar and butter.  This chocolate nutella cupcake is the one with the least calories by search. And I cut about 40% sugar for the cake.  As a first [...]

  148. my first big girl kitchen experience and chocolate cupcakes | ChrystinaNoel, a hostess blog writes:

    [...] like to thank Stephanie from 52 Kitchen Adventures for providing me with this awesome recipe: http://www.52kitchenadventures.com/2011/07/18/chocolate-nutella-cupcakes/, check it [...]

  149. Nutella Giveaway - WIN one of three free jars!*% Kerry Cooks writes:

    [...] from my mistakes. Enter the giveaway and make yourself some Nutella cupcakes, Nutella flapjacks or some Nutella banana [...]

  150. 10 Fancy Cupcakes That Are Totally Worth the Effort | Sleepy Llama Face writes:

    [...] Everyone’s favourite things, combined. [...]

  151. Nutella ButterCream Frosting | Nomadicthoughtsfromlexi writes:

    [...] from 52 Kitchen [...]

  152. The 5 Best Nutella Recipes Ever | The Vivant writes:

    […] The creator of this recipe says that these cupcakes are “better than sex,” and it is kind of hard to argue with her. Click here for the recipe. […]

  153. Chocolate Cake With Nutella Icing And Hazelnut Praline | Marias Menu writes:

    […] Cake recipe from here and Icing recipe from here […]

  154. Food Friday ~ Nutella Cupcakes | Minnesota Cottage Food Law writes:

    […] Chocolate Nutella Cupcakes […]

  155. Smakowite babeczki z Nutellą - Domowe ImpresjeDomowe Impresje writes:

    […]  Oryginalny pomysł pochodzi ze strony. […]

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