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Published on October 14th, 2015 | by Kristen Swain


Nutella S’mores Bread

I love creating homemade treats for my family and friends.

I think I might have some Italian grandmother in my heritage, I show my love creating these foods, and get such pleasure in seeing others eat and enjoy what I have created.

I love gifting foods, and sending in treats to my hubby’s office so that others can enjoy some of these foods as well.

I just think there is nothing better then homemade. It’s fresh, it’s real, and you know where it came from.

But I know that many of my friends are short on time, so I love to share recipes for fast foods. Or foods that are partially homemade so that they have time to fix these recipes.

Rhodes Bake N Serv  Bread  is featuring this recipe on their blog, I’d love for you to hop over there and check out my tutorial on how to create this out-of-this-world bread.


I came up with this great idea for a pull apart bread that is oh so wonderful, Nutella S’mores Bread.

Chocolatey hazelnut spread with marshmallow, baking together in this loaf, the marshmallow baking to almost a meringue crisp, and the chocolate melting into the bread so that it takes on a caramelized flavor that cannot be beat.


A warm and rich bread that is absolutely delightful!








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2 Responses to Nutella S’mores Bread

  1. Davida says:

    Hello! I saw this on Pinterest and I am planning on making it for a sleep over. However, is the bread good when it is cold? This looks really yummy and your steps makes it sound super easy. Is it burnt when re-heated if it does taste bad cold?

    • cmiy says:

      Hi Davida, my kids kind of devoured it while still warm, but the little bit that was leftover, was yummy warmed in the microwave for a few seconds. Just enough to heat it a little, I think we only put in on for about 15-25 seconds. More then that would have made the bread hard anyway, as bread tends to get hard when heated in the microwave. I definitely recommend it warm. I hope your sleepover is a success!

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