Nutella Churro Fritters*

So I found this video on Facebook of this delicious and easy treat. I tagged my roommate in this video and when we both got home later that night we instantly made them. These treats consisted of Nutella and cinnamon sugar. So  hopefully you understand the urgency of making this treat.

All you need to make for these Nutella Churro Fritter Balls is one can of biscuits, Nutella, cinnamon and sugar, and melted butter. They are so easy to make and only takes about 5 minutes to assemble.

The first thing you will do is open up the can of biscuits and tear them along the line that is hopefully on the biscuit. Then just put a dollop of Nutella in it and close the biscuit around it. Put as much Nutella as you please but not too much that you cannot wrap the biscuit around it. Is there really such a thing as too much Nutella though? I like to think no.  My roommate and I were super impatient during this process and made it a two man job. So find a friend that can help speed up this process! They will thank you in the end when they are divulging in their soon to be favorite dessert.

Once this step is done, place them in the oven at 350 degrees for approximately 12 minutes. Take them out of the oven when they are golden brown on the top. You will then want to melt some butter to put on top of the balls. And then cinnamon and sugar to top them all off. Again, we made this a two man job. She put the butter on the ball while I sprinkled some cinnamon and sugar on them. You can also roll the ball in the cinnamon and sugar if you desire.

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But seriously, make these. ASAP. I promise you will not be disappointed… they are so easy to do and so amazing.

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Perhaps I am obsessed with Nutella and love it more than the average person..?  Nope, I think these are just that delicious. These lasted in our apartment for about a day. It got to the point of where we lost track of how many we had eaten in a day. & no we are not ashamed.  You’ll understand once you try them.

Until next time,

Chubs.

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