You read that correctly: 2-ingredient Nutella-stuffed bread. And it’s the most perfect thing ever. Think petit-dejeuner. Nutella-stuffed bread, a cup of coffee, maybe some fruit and a soft-boiled egg. A poodle strolling by wearing a beret. Am I painting the picture? The Seine is the background. Paris. It’s Paris. (I know Nutella is originally Italian, by the way, but the Paris thing goes with my petit-dejeuner.)
Fancy Paris imagery aside, I’m a busy woman. I have blog posts to write, Netflix to binge, children who keep asking for “food” and “water.” And so, two ingredients: A loaf of refrigerated bread dough and a jar of Nutella.
This handy video will show you how easy this perfection is to create, but the written instructions are below if that’s more your thing.
how to make 2-ingredient Nutella-stuffed bread
you will need:
1 can Pillsbury French Loaf bread
3 to 4 tablespoons Nutella
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Open the French bread and place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Use a serrated knife to carefully open the bread at the seam. Spread the bread open a bit. Spoon the Nutella on the bread. Pinch to seal the bread closed. Twist the dough to secure. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until golden brown and cooked through.