Happy Friday! I hope everyone had a good week. Chris and I are doing some tree removal/fence work in our yard. Earlier this week we had nine large Pittosporums removed. It was chaotic and noisy but worth it. We now have a lot more sun light coming through our kitchen/dining room area. More
sun light = better photos. Hooray!
Next week the tree guys will be out here grinding down the stumps. Then we’ll have our new fence built —can’t wait! We’ve been fenceless for several days now and it’s weird when there’s no barrier and people can look/walk in.
Anyway, today’s recipe requires no introduction. It’s chocolate-y and it’s Nutella. Need I say more? Enjoy your weekend lovelies!
- 1 cup of Nutella
- 2 eggs
- 10 tablespoons of all-purpose flower
- 1/4 teaspoon of salt
- 12 Oreos
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line baking cups in the muffin pan.
Using a stand or electric mixer (or mix by hand) mix together Nutella, eggs, flour and salt until combined.
Using a small cookie scoop (about 2 teaspoons) spoon the batter into each baking cup. Place an Oreo on top and then spoon in another scoop (2 teaspoons) evenly over the top.
Bake for 12 minutes. Let the brownie bites cool for 5-7 minutes in the muffin pan before transferring them to the cooling rack.
Source: Butter Baking
53 thoughts on “Oreo and Nutella Brownie Bites”
Clever! I love the Oreo center. WIll try.
Oh you are evil! I am trying to be healthy at the moment and then you go and post these decadent looking treats and make me hungry 🙂 Seriously, these look AMAZING Anne.
I am evil! Sometimes I just can’t help it. 😀 Thanks for the lovely comment Claire and have a great week! 🙂
Oh dear me…this does not need introduction, you are right! Five ingredients! My family and I would be all over these; my son loves anything with oreos!
We had a gigantic tree removed last year and it was the best move. So much more sun and less bugs!
I love anything with Oreos too!
We had a lot of squirrels climbing on our trees and I’m pretty sure there were plenty of bugs lurking around. So glad to be rid of them (bugs). Thanks for taking the time to comment Monica. 🙂
Oh good lordy, do these look scrumptious! They wouldn’t last long in my house for sure. Great recipe, Anne!
Thanks Georgia! And thanks for taking the time to comment. 🙂
You can’t go wrong with oreos and nutella : ) Have a wonderful weekend Anne!
Wow. So easy. What a great recipe for the kids! 🙂
I have a feeling these would be dangerous to have around. I don’t think I could eat just one!
Those Brownie Bites sound really great! I just made a recipe too, with Oreos that I’ll be posting soon–Oreos are the best! 🙂
Nutella makes me absurdly happy as it is and then you added oreos. GENIUS move.
Rich, so chocolatey! Simply YUM!
These look fantastic! Two of my favorite treats! Have a great weekend Anne and enjoy the extra sunlight 🙂
Thanks Kelly! 🙂
Only 5 ingredients! Wow, this brownie is worth a try …. Enjoy the weekend 🙂
Looks so good and it’s so easy to make! I’m sure it will be a hit in my family. Will definitely be making this. Thanks for sharing! 😀
I love this is just a few ingredients.. and then I can get these delicious bites! Amazing!
Thanks Pamela! 🙂
I’ve had such a craving for deep fried Oreos, Anne. I suppose it’s a summer thing:) However, if you wish to tease me with the combination of Oreos & Nutella and call them brownie bites, my craving may just disappear!
Thank you so much for sharing…
Oh, deep fried Oreos sounds VERY good. Maybe Anne’s version is the “lite” version? 🙂
These look so great, and they sound so easy! I’m going to have to try this out very soon.
Fantastic, Anne! Nutella with anything is always good but throwing Oreos into the mix puts these bites way over the top. And so easy to make, too!
Oh Anne!! I am on the verge of SWOONING…
Oh wow Anne, these are the perfect fix for any chocoholic!!
Anne I wish I had Here……..:)Nice week end too!!!
That looks delicious. I’m a huge nutella fan and am definitely gonna try this recipe…
Brownies with Oreos surrounded in hot pink! What could be better!
Just the thing to eat all day! Decadent!
Milk in the photo makes it all perfect! 😀
Oh my. What a fabulous treat! Brownie and Oreos? Yes, please! Pinned and sharing on Facebook tomorrow!
Thanks Julie for sharing! 🙂
Yay! I love more sunlight in the house…but I also love my trees. (Never had trees around our house growing up…) But I bet it feels good to have them out of the way! This recipe looks so very tempting to make asap. Just bought some oreos on sale yesterday…and yes, I hoarded a lot of packages. Hey, they are the most fun to bake with, while you eat a few, right? (=
We are swimming with trees around here so there are still plenty around to keep things cool and pretty. 🙂
I hoard things too when stuff goes on sale. The other day, I saw Biscoff on sale so I hoarded a lot of jars. 😀
Thanks Gloria for taking the time to comment.
Wow. I think I’d be able to make an entire tray…..AND finish it off. Decadent weekend idea!
hmmm….yummmm…this is such a great recipe. Everyone needs to thank the person who created nutella dont we?
Haha, I agree Danny! 🙂
Oh good god. Heaven in a blog post. Too good!!!!!
Love how simple these are to make…but still impressive with the Oreo in the middle! Yum!
Thanks Liz! 🙂
Oreos and Nutella!! Wow! These look super!
You can never go wrong with Nutella! Great recipe – tons of flavors. But still easy to make – my favorite kind! Good stuff – thanks.
Thank you John! And thanks for popping over.
:: Drool ::
What yummy little brownie bites Ann! Perfect for sticking my newly discovered Newman O’s into! Hope you had a chance for some relaxation this weekend! Enjoy what’s left of it!
This would drive my popularity up the roof. 😉
Ohmygosh! I need this in my life! Perfect decadence in each bite 🙂
so funny.. I just made something similar with oreos. your version looks so good.
What, that’s it?!?!?! I’m in shocked with this easy recipe! I can make this for dessert while I wait for my kids to finish their meal (they are slow eater in the world…). LOVE THIS!
Now that looks decadent!
Oreo and Nutella… Even name of this recipe is yummy!
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