Nutella Rolls with Cream Cheese Icing

This recipe is so stinkin’ easy.  One of my favorite blogs, Inspired by Charm created this yummy and simple recipe and I have fallen in LOVE with it!  Seriously… the Nutella Rolls themselves are 2 ingredients… 3 if you add a little sugar.  The cream cheese icing sets it over the top into easy and blissful heaven :)  Need a fast, easy, and tasty after-school treat or breakfast?!… Well, look no further! This is just the recipe for you!

Let’s face it.  Nutella may be one of the best things ever invented.  Do I keep a few jars on hand at all times… maybe.  Sometimes I catch myself sneaking into my pantry just to get a good spoonful of it.  If there was one food I didn’t mind wasting calories on, it would be Nutella.

Try these puppies out, and you will be so happy you did.  I know I was!

 

Don’t they just make your mouth water???….

And watch how simple they are to make…

 

 

and now, how to make them yourself…

Nutella Rolls with Cream Cheese Icing

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By Chef in Training Published: April 30, 2012

    This recipe is so stinkin' easy.  One of my favorite blogs, Inspired by Charm created this yummy and simple recipe and I have fallen …

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
    2. Roll each of the 8 Pillsbury Grand Biscuits out into a flat circle with rolling pin. Coat with sugar on both sides.
    3. Spread a couple Tbsp. of Nutella onto each rolled out dough.
    4. Roll up each dough.
    5. Cut each rolled up dough into 3 equal pieces.
    6. Place 3 pieces, with the cut side up, into each muffin tin slot.
    7. Bake at 350 F for about 15 minutes. Once cooked, let cool in the muffin tin for 5 minutes, then remove and let finish cooling (or if you are like me and like them warm, then you won't have to wait long :) )
    8. For Icing, beat softened cream cheese, vanilla, and powdered sugar together until smooth. Top Each Nutella Roll with Icing.

      Enjoy!
      (recipe from Inspired by Charm)

       

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      1. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life

        You had me at Nutella. I often find myself in the kitchen scooping up this yummy stuff too!!! How cute are those little muffins!! I love how quick and easy this recipe is:-)

      2. Karla

        I have been following your blog for some time now but don't think I have ever left a comment. LOVE your new website!!! Thank you for sharing so many yummy recipes. :-)

      3. Allison

        I have to make these soon. My In-Laws are from Germany and have been addicted to Nutella their whole lives. I almost feel deprived learning about it only a few years ago. Thank you for the recipe!

      4. The Better Baker

        My oh my! I ADORE this recipe and am making these TODAY! MMMM - lovely lovely!!!

      5. Kate H.

        Those truly look Heavenly! Blessings! -Kate

      6. Kay-M

        I just made these - they are delicious! But instead of putting 3 of them in each tin, I made 'mini' rolls. I put 1/3 of each rolled up dough in each mini muffin slot = perfect! I hope someone else comes home quick, before I eat them all ;)

      7. Joan Hayes@chocolate and more

        I've been eyeing these rolls up on Pinterest for a few weeks now, they just keep looking better and better! And I love the new look of your site, totally awesome!!!!!

      8. sally @ sallys baking addiction

        Nikki, these nutella rolls are genius! i LOVE recipe shortcuts -- using cake mixes, cookie mixes, cresent dough, biscut dugh, etc.. such a time saver! it's really incredible how you always seem to make the yummiest of treats with so little ingredients. i pinned these to make sometime soon. :)

      9. Eva @ Bellabini

        This is so simple and looks so yummy. I grew up on Nutella having lived in Germany...I'm making this tomorrow. Thanks for sharing. I''d love to follow you.

      10. kirstin @ kojodesigns

        I think you and I are food soul mates. However, I could not keep jars of nutella on hand because I would just eat it ALL by the spoonful.
        Can not wait to try these. Pinning!

      11. Jessica

        Holy Nutella, Batman! I am definitely making these immediately. Ive been eating Nutella since I was a little girl in Germany, and I am so glad its finally catching on here. Thanks for sharing!

      12. k

        YUM! Those look awesome! I would love for you to share this (and any other creations) at Pin It & Win It Wednesday @ www.cheapcraftymama.com (where you can win free ad-space on my blog)-- open now!

      13. Megan

        This looks sooooooo delicious and easy!!!! :)

      14. Christine @ Park House Love

        Nutella and I have a longstanding love affair. I love how EASY and how very few ingredients these are. I'm making these tomorrow. YUM>

      15. Sarah

        Saw these featured recently and now visiting from tatertots & jello! These look amazing, great photography! Would love for you to stop by and share at my link party! http://www.dwellonjoy.com/2012/04/dwell-on-friday-fourteen.html. Have a great weekend!

      16. Dale

        Am anxious to make these yummy looking morsels!

      17. Dale

        These look so yummy, plan to try them soon!

      18. Haley

        These look delicious & easy! Thanks for sharing!

      19. Amanda @ Watch Out, Martha!

        Oh. My. God. These look amazing - and so simple to make too! I'm definitely making these next weekend for breakfast...

        I would love it if you would link up at Watch Out, Martha!’s first link up party: Martha Mondays, starting tomorrow! Hope to see you there! (www.watchoutmartha.net )

      20. Kyla

        Oh my... Nutella is my happy place. How do you stay do fit with all this yummy food around?!? Thanks for the great recipe, can't wait to try it out!

      21. Carla

        Funny I stumbled upon this post because I actually had one of these the other day! Someone gave me one to try that somebody else made, so I couldn't ask for the recipe. Then poof there it was on Pinterest, which lead me to here. Very creative! I can already see different variations of this :)

      22. Tanya

        You had me at "Nutella" :) love your ideas and creativity! I'm a new reader, creating over at http://www.twelveoeight.blogspot.com/ - Tanya

      23. Michael - Innkeeper

        Nikki - you are the bomb! Thank you for making my nutella rolls live on! Your photos are fantastic and the description is so true! They seriously are the easiest thing.

        I greatly appreciate your shout out. Thanks for sharing my recipe with your readers.

      24. michelle

        hi there! these look fantastic!
        just wondering though, we dont have these pillsbury grand biscuits where im from. Do you have any idea what i could use to substitute these?
        thanks so much(:

      25. Dawn

        Made these for Sunday breakfast. They were so easy and so delicious. Family gobbled them up. I think they taste just like cinnabon!

      26. Toni

        My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed these! I usually don't like cinn rolls, but I <3 Nutella!!! Thank yiou

      27. Sherry Scott

        This looks so good I'm going to try them when I have weekend friends over.

      28. Karen

        What if I can't find pills bury biscuits...what do you suggest?

      29. Neetu

        Hi, the rolls look yummy. Just wanted to know what grand biscuits are? Also what can I substitute it with as I am not sure if we can get it here in India.