Chocolate Nutella Stuffed Pancakes

by Sugar on August 16, 2011 · 32 comments

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Chocolate Nutella stuffed pancakes provide the ultimate breakfast surprise.

My recipe for Chocolate Nutella Stuffed or filled Pancakes is a way to get the flavor of Ebelskiver or Danish filled pancakes without the special pan.

I’m a sucker for a great pancake and these are so good I actually dream about them. I try to only have treats like this on the weekend because I do like to stay fit and healthy, so during the week I eat sensibly and save my sweet tooth for the weekends. These Chocolate Stuffed Pancakes are absolutely worth saving yourself for. It’s a very simple concept but when the whole thing comes together on the plate with some real maple syrup and butter, Oh man is it good!

Chocolate Stuffed Pancakes

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Start to Finish: 30 minutes

Servings: 12 pancakes

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups Original Bisquick® mix
  • 1 cup milk 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 eggs
  • Nutella Chocolate-hazelnut spread

Directions:

Heat griddle or skillet over medium high heat; grease with cooking spray.

Stir all ingredients until blended. Pour about a little less than a 1/4 cup of the pancake mix onto the hot griddle. Add a 1/2 teaspoon of the chocolate-hazelnut spread to the center of the pancake and cover with a little bit more pancake batter.

Cook until edges are dry and bubbles form on top of pancake. Turn; cook until golden brown. Serve with butter and warm maple syrup.

Cooking Tips:

These pancakes go great with fresh fruit like strawberries or raspberries.

For added flavor and crunch try topping with some chopped nuts like pecans or walnuts.

 

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stacey says:

I tried these pancakes using a pancake mix, but as a treat I added in about a half cup of melted peanutbutter to the mix, then did the nutella in the middle.
SO yummy!

Sugar says:

Wow that sounds great. I will have to try that too. Yum!!

Rob says:

Wow! I have seen Nutella creps, but I’ve never seen Nutella pancakes! Looks delicious can’t wait to try them.

Sugar says:

Glad you like it. Let me know if you try it. :)

Maddy says:

Hello Sugar,

I made these pancakes for myself and my family today and even though I’m an amateur cook they came out delicious! So glad you shared this recipe, I’ll definitely make them again!

Sugar says:

Maddy,

I’m so glad to hear it. Thanks for the feedback and be sure to try some of my other recipes. I think you will see how easy they are to make as well. Enjoy. :)

Reem says:

I loved the chocolate as it comes out of the pancake as I bite it , it was amazing !!

Sugar says:

Reem,

I know these are soooo good. Thanks for the feedback.
:)

Nabila says:

La recette du pancakes au nutella est succulente facile et simple …!!!!! Merci sugar ….!!!!

Sugar says:

Nabila,

Je suis tellement heureux que vous ayez apprécié. Merci pour la messagerie moi.

Avec l’amour,

sucre

Dosay says:

Hey Sugar, I tried this yesterday and it was amazing! Thanks for da recipes, keep them coming :)

Sugar says:

I’m so glad you liked it. Thanks for the feedback and Happy Cooking!

Sugar

Sarah says:

It was the best pannkakes iv’e ever had,yuum. I love you’re webbsite ,is it you’re own recepies??:)

Sugar says:

Sarah,

I know how you feel these are super yummy. Yes my recipes are my own or from family and friends. I try to share the best of the best so when you make something I list here you know it will be good.

Thanks for the feedback.

Sugar :)

Beejene says:

OMG Sugar, I just LOVE Nutella!!! It should also be great on french toast!!! Do you have other Nutella recipes you can share with us? such as cookies, ice cream etc.

Bee

Sugar says:

Bee,

I don’t have anything typed up and ready to go but I will get some up after the holidays.

There must be Nutella in Heaven Right?

Sugar :)

Sandy Morrocco-Sealy says:

Hi Sugar…just recently discovered your website. Used your meatball recipie..came out fantastic! Very similar to my own recipe. I also Am Italian and was raised on all the wonderful food..love it. Going to try the cannolli cups today to surprise my husband for his birthday. Keep up the great recipies. Love the website and videos so easy to follow. Sandy

Sugar says:

Sandy,

Thank you for the sweet comments. I’m so glad you liked the recipe. Have fun with the cannolli cups today. Be sure and taste your cream to see if it is sweet enough for you before you fill them and get creative too with sprinkles and stuff. Oh and for a little extra yum I sometimes brush the cups with Marsal wine, or another visitor used Amaretto before she baked the cups. Have fun and wish your honey a happy Birthday from me. :)

Sher says:

Sugar,
I sooo want to try these yummy-looking pancakes. I have never heard of Nutella Chocolate-hazelnut spread. Is this carried in grocery stores? If so, what section would I find it?
Thanks,
Sher

Sugar says:

Sher,

Oh you are going to love it. They usually have it in the peanut butter isle. If you don’t see it just ask. It’s sold in most large grocery stores. Let me know how you like it. Enjoy!

Margarita says:

These look amazing. I will definitely try to make them soon. :)

Sugar says:

Margarita,

They are so good. How can you go wrong with chocolate, right? Enjoy!

Kristal says:

These are going on my grocery list! Saw them from a Betty Crocker email and had to come check you out!

Sugar says:

Kristal,

You are going to love them. Pick up some real maple syrup too. It’s worth the extra money. Thanks for the feedback and let me know if you like them.

Enjoy!
Sugar :)

afnanetoo says:

its sooooo yumyyy i love it.thanx alot.i will try it soon

Sugar says:

Great. Thanks for the feedback and keep me posted. :)

Jamie says:

I love receiving and printing your receipes, and the pictures are fabulous; however, it takes a toll on my printer to print multiple pages. Is there a way to consolidate the receipe to 1 page??

Sugar says:

Jamie,

It is so nice to hear that you like my recipes and are using them. You can save your printer ink by going to the Sharing is Caring tool bar at the bottom of each post. Click on the last icon that says print with Print Friendly. Then when that page opens click on the top of the page that says No Images. This will give you a priten version without the photos. I hope that works for you. Happy Cooking and be sure to spread the sugar and tell your friends about my site. :)

Erin says:

Why didn’t I think of this sooner? Stuffing Nutella into pancakes, yum!!!

Sugar says:

Erin, I grew up on Nutella so I have tried it on just about everything. LOL!! :) I’m sure you will love it.