Incredibly Easy Nutella Pie Pops

March 16, 2016 | By | Comments (0)

 

While there are many ways of finding happiness in life, sometimes one of those ways comes in a jar that you can get at the store. If you want to be really happy you get the big jar. You know the one that I’m talking about, the one that’s as big as your face. And then, if you want to be even more of a joy machine, you share the love with your friends and family and watch their reactions as they bite into one of these amazing (and incredibly easy) Nutella Pie Pops. These easy treats are so delicious that they just demand to be shared. Perfect for your next gathering with friends, birthday party, or family reunion, we’re really excited to debut these beauties today.

 

Nutella Pie Pops

  • Refrigerated pie dough
  • Nutella
  • Lollipop sticks

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Flatten out your refrigerated pie dough and use a glass or bowl with a 2 1/2 to 3 inch diameter to cut out your dough into perfect rounds. Place one lollipop stick onto each round and top with a tablespoon of Nutella. Top with another dough round, crimp the edges, and pierce the center with a fork to vent. Refrigerated pie dough typically gives you two rounds, so that amount of dough will create about 6-7 lollipops total.  Bake for 20 minutes or until browned. Voila!

 

 

One of the best things about Nutella is that, just like peanut butter and chocolate, it just goes well with almost everything, in all ranges of desserts and snacks, and the possibilities are endless. For some Nutella inspiration, check out the amazing snacks and treats we’ve rounded up:

 

 

Another amazing way to enjoy Nutella is in a quick and simple skillet take on s’mores! This is perfect for backyard parties and camping excursions. Use graham crackers to dip into this toasted marshmallow and Nutella creation. You can check out just how amazing this is below (and try not to drool on your keyboard!):

 

 

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