Nutella can do a lot of things, but can a dessert REALLY be as easy as mixing just two ingredients together? Yes, yes it can. Go on, get your air fryer and jar of Nutella out and have a crack at this one yourself. YUM!
We love to celebrate clever ideas here at Mum Central so when we saw George Georgievski of School Lunch Box fame seemingly perform magic with his two-ingredient Nutella Bomb recipe, well, we knew we had to try it for ourselves.
Easy. Chocolatey. Rich. Fudgey. AN ABSOLUTE DELIGHT. And that’s all we have to say.
No air fryer, no worries!
Don’t have an air fryer? Don’t despair, George says these can also be cooked in the microwave on HIGH for just 2 minutes, mug cake style. That’s a dessert SCORE!
SAFETY NOTE: DO make sure your espresso cups or mini ramekins are oven-safe so they can handle the heat. The last thing you want is Nutella and ceramic pieces ricocheting around your air fryer drawer.
2-Ingredient Nutella Bombs by School Lunch Box
- 5 tablespoons of Nutella
- 2 eggs
1. Crack the eggs into a bowl. Add the tablespoons of Nutella to the same bowl.
2. Whisk with a fork or mini whisk until well combined and smooth. Divide the mixture evenly between four oven-proof cups or ramekins.
3. Place the cups into the air fryer basket and cook at 180°C for 10 minutes.
4. Don’t worry if there are some slightly darker areas on the surface when they cook, they’ll still taste fantastic! Carefully remove (caution, they’ll be super hot!) the ramekins to a board or plate.
5. Dust each one with icing sugar if feeling fancy, otherwise dig right in with a spoon. I repeat THEY WILL BE HOT, so be careful when you dig in!
Resist the urge to overcook the puddings, they’ll be lovely and soft in the middle! HOLY CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT YUM!
We have plenty more Nutella recipes to share…
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Do you have a quick, simple, and mighty delicious recipe in your apron pocket which you’d love to share? We’d love to hear it!