How to Make Your Own Nutella in Two Easy Steps!

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Tis the season of all things ooey, gooey and decadent and I embrace this concept whole heartedly! Oh, SURE…I throw a few extra stalks of organic broccoli on my plate at dinner but when it comes to desserts, I am not known for my restraint during the holidays. One of my son’s favorite foods of all time is Nutella. Who wouldn’t love that creamy blend of chocolate and hazelnuts, right? It’s delicious as a fruit dip, spooned into a mug of hot cocoa or spread onto a croissant like I did yesterday for breakfast. Talk about a wonderful way to start the day! Learn how to make your own Nutella at home with only two easy steps! You can keep this delicious creation for yourself of put it into a mason jar tied up with a bow for a tasty homemade gift idea.

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How to Make Your Own Nutella In Two Easy Steps

So, what are these two simple steps I speak of? Step one is to dump the few ingredients (minus the coconut oil) into a high-powered food processor. I used my Cuisinart Food Processor (yes, that’s an affiliate link) which is totally amazing when it comes to pureeing things til they are completely smooth. I wouldn’t try this with a cheap food processor because it will still be a bit gritty from the nuts. After you dump the ingredients in and process til everything is ground up, start drizzling in the oil. Puree til it is the desired consistency. That’s it. You have officially learned how to make your own Nutella. Totally easy, right?

How to make your own nutella

So, now that you know how to make your own Nutella, what do you do with it? I have seen people put a spoonful in their morning coffee, you can make Nutella brownies or just slather it on a piece of bread and call it lunch. Okay, maybe add an apple to your plate to reduce the guilt load just a tad bit!

I found a ton of homemade Nutella recipes, but I really liked this one because it uses coconut oil. I like to think the coconut oil makes it a little bit healthier. Yes, this is totally a healthy recipe! If you decide to make your own Nutella please let me know how it turns out!

Learn how to make homemade Nutella in two easy steps. Includes coconut oil and takes only minutes to make.

How to Make Your Own Nutella

Yield: 3 cups

How to Make Your Own Nutella in Two Easy Steps!

How to Make Your Own Nutella in Two Easy Steps!

Learn how to make your own Nutella with coconut oil. Takes only minutes to make and is one of the easiest Nutella recipes I have seen.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 3 cups toasted hazelnuts, skins removed
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil, warmed to liquid form (more or less depending on desired consistency)
  • 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 3/4 cups unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt


  1. Place all ingredients except oil into a high powered food processor. Process on high for 2 to 3 minutes. Scrape down sides and process another 2 to 3 minutes. Continue until mixture is uniformly mixed.
  2. Turn on food processor and slowly pour in the melted coconut oil. Go slowly and allow time for the mixture to blend well. Add oil to desired consistency.
  3. You can store this in the refrigerator but you will need to heat gently before using because it will solidify.



  1. My husband is obsessed with Nutella!! I have never thought to make my own Nutella, I think it would be a great gift to give for the holidays as well
  2. I always tease my daughter that I should buy stock in Nutella to keep up with her consumption habits. This recipe looks easy enough and the teens could easily whip this up too. We don't normally use coconut oil, do you have any other oil suggestions?
  3. Oh, who would've known. I love nutella and pretty much use it on everything! I'll have to give this a shot.
  4. Autumn @Mamachallenge says
    My family would love for me to make our own nutella! It looks so easy to make.

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