- These liquid-core Nutella muffins are not only a great way to pass the time, but also delicious.
- The recipe is suitable for beginners and advanced users – and takes a maximum of 45 minutes.
After homemade banana bread and granola it can get unhealthy again in the last few meters of the lockdown: Nutella muffins with a liquid core are on the one hand a pleasant pastime and on the other hand a recipe with a feel-good factor. Here you completely ignore the calories, press the pause button for any intentional dieters and concentrate on the essentials: enjoyment.
And that’s already in the name: The Nutella muffins skillfully push chocolate consumption to the extreme – and pour out the maximum feelings of happiness when consumed at the latest. So if you have long tried all the trend recipes and have now converted your kitchen into a confectionery in lockdown, you can now devote yourself to this delicacy – which, by the way, is suitable for beginners and advanced. Click here for the recipe …
Nutella muffins with a liquid core – the feel-good recipe for lockdown
- 280 grams of flour
- 150 grams of yogurt
- 100 grams of melted butter
- 100 milliliters of milk
- 100 gram Zucker
- 12 tablespoons of Nutella
- 2 Eggs
- 1 pack of baking powder
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 pack of vanilla sugar
- Chocolate lentils
- Optional: cocoa powder
For the recipe You can plan around 45 minutes for the Nutella muffins, including the baking time – so you have at least one alternative to the next episode in the series in lockdown. Let’s go: First you mix the flour, baking powder, sugar, vanilla sugar and salt in a bowl. Now you add the yoghurt, milk, butter and eggs and stir the dough with a whisk to a creamy mass. If you want the Nutella muffins to be even more chocolatey, you can also add three tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder and fold in the chocolate lentils.
Next, you grease the muffin tin or line it with paper molds so that you can remove the finished cakes without any problems. Now fill a third of the mold with batter, put one to two tablespoons of Nutella in the middle of each muffin and cover the filling with another tablespoon of batter. It is important that the Nutella filling is covered with batter on all sides – otherwise the muffins will run out at the end. Bake the muffins at 180 degrees top / bottom heat for around 20 minutes, let them cool down for a moment and enjoy them while they are still warm. Preferably on the sofa. With the series that, thanks to the baking session, can now be enjoyed with a snack.