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3-Ingredient Nutella Doughnuts

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Can you believe it’s the weekend already? It feels like a Tuesday. At least to me it does. Does it feel like any other day of the week but Friday to you? Weird. Stupid 4th of July messing me up. Why do we even have to celebrate our independence anyways? Good grief.

**I don’t like change.

Anyways, since it’s the weekend {allegedly}, I thought you all could use some shugah. I don’t know about you, but I use the weekends for two things and two things only: my long run and eating treats I’ve been dreaming about all week. When I post any sweet/buttery/cheesy/non-vegetable recipe, typically it’s been made Saturday or Sunday. I’d say 94% of the time, that’s 100% the truth.

I made these on a Saturday if I’m not mistaken. Although, it could have been a Thursday since all my days are jacked up. I needed a 4th treat and didn’t have a whole lot to work with. So, I put my thinking cap on and came up with these beauties. Surely you have ALL this stuff on hand for you to make these too. Super yummy and so ridiculously easy that my 3 year old could do these on her own. I kid you not. Nutella, eggs, flour. Bowl. Stir. Bake. Top with more nutella.

So easy that I didn’t take step by step photos. Or my laziness has reached all new highs. Or is that lows?

Moral of the story: I like nutella. I like doughnuts. I like nutella and doughnuts together. I am lazy.

I’m so philosophical.

3 ingredient Nutella Doughnuts Enjoy! Have a great weekend :)

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3-Ingredient Nutella Doughnuts

Yield: 6 doughnuts

Ingredients:

2/3 cup nutella + more for glazing
1 egg + 1 egg yolk
6 tablespoons all purpose flour
hazelnuts {optional}

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray doughnut pan with non stick cooking spray and set aside.

In small bowl, combine nutella, egg, egg yolk and flour until smooth batter forms. Spoon evenly into pans and spread batter around to fill cavities evenly. Bake 8-10 minutes or until thoroughly cooked. Remove from oven and cool 10 minutes before removing from pans. Cool completely. Spread more nutella over tops of doughnuts and garnish with chopped hazelnuts if desired. Serve.

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49 Comments

  1. I just bought a doughnut pan last week…maybe I’m a little too excited now. Love, love these!!

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  2. It is the weekend, isn’t it? I’m also all confused on what day it is.

    These look awesome, and easy!

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  3. Your donuts look amazing!! Off to pin now :)

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    • Lauren — July 7th, 2012 @ 12:31 pm

      Thanks, Marla!

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  4. Wow! That’s simple!

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  5. I don’t own a doughnut pan–could these be made in a muffin or cakelet pan instead with the same baking time?

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  6. Cannot believe there are only 3 ingredients in these babies – all of which I have on hand. UNREAL. I just made donuts yesterday. We must be on the same wavelength. :)

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  7. I work part-time midnight 12 hour shifts at a hospital… I go in and its one day.. I come home its another… then I’m off for a few and I literally couldn’t tell you what day of the week it was. If I didn’t know I had a blog post to write Mon, Wed, & Friday I would think every day was sunday.

    Amazing doughnuts. i mean can we get any better than chocolate/nutella glazed chocolate douhnuts

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  8. Whaaaaa? Just three ingredients? Love it!

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  9. 3 ingredients? You’re a genius! And these pics are amazing Lauren.

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  10. 3 ingredients? Awesome!! How do they rise without baking soda or powder, though? Just curious :)

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    • Lauren — July 7th, 2012 @ 12:30 pm

      The eggs maybe? I don’t know the science behind it all, but they worked and were super yummy!!

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  11. Looks absolutely divine! And I can’t believe how simple!! One for the pin boards :)

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  12. I cannot believe that is all there is to these awesome looking donuts!!! And I have everything on hand to make them…yay!!!! I love donuts and nutella too:-) Very excited about these!!!

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  13. The mid-week holiday has me in a confused state as well. The recovery has been long and painful. I hoping to be back to normal by tomorrow! I can’t believe these have only 3 ingredients. Craziness! They look fab.

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  14. I love anything with nutella, so I’m sold! :-)

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  15. These look wicked good, especially for any Nutella fiend, such as myself! 😉

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  16. These look and sound fab and super easy!!! love it!

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  17. the fact that these only take 3 ingredients completely blows my mind! Once this heat wave breaks i am definitely whipping out the nutella and doughnut pan! thanks 😀

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  18. i am definitely making this soon! i love nutella and i love that these only need 3 ingredients!

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    • Rouge — July 11th, 2012 @ 12:48 pm

      Hi, what size or brand doughnut pan did you use. Love your blog.

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  19. Have you ever used a mini-donut pan? If so, how long did you bake them?

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  20. Your blog cracks me up! My son loves Nutella so I might just have to give these a try!

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  21. Made these today:) SSSOOOOOO GOOOODDDDD!!!! I seriously dont even know how to describe the yummyness. And so simple!! The only thing I had to adjust was to turn them into cupcakes because I dont have a doughnut pan. This is the first thing I’ve tried from your website since I only just recently discovered it and I cant wait to try more!

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  22. do you think this recipe would work in a mini cupcake maker? I don’t have any interest in turning on the oven in this heat – but wondered if maybe making cupcake bites with this would be just as good. hmmmm…..

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    • Lauren — July 16th, 2012 @ 5:54 am

      I haven’t tried it, but I think it should work just fine :)

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      • debbie — July 17th, 2012 @ 4:33 am

        allrighty – i am going to attempt this today. I’ll let you know! mmmm

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  23. Excellent recipe!
    Very easy and delicious!
    I made them for breakfast yesterday, highly recommended!
    Thanks!

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  24. can i substitute nutella for peanutbutter?
    will recipe change at all?

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    • Lauren — August 15th, 2012 @ 2:40 pm

      They won’t be very sweet….and I’ve never tested these with peanut butter. Give it a whirl and let me know!

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  25. Made them as mini cupcakes because we didnt have a donut pan and they are DELICIOUS!!!!!! Two bite nutella goodness!

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  26. These are AMAZING! I have to eat gluten free and substituted GF flour – they taste SO good! I haven’t had a doughnut in years!

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