Nutella Mug Cake

Baby it’s cold outside, at least here in LA, and it’s World Nutella Day!!! Stay warm and spread the love by watching me preparing my fool-proof Nutella Mug Cake. It only takes few ingredients and a couple of minutes in the microwave to make this yummy treat.

Nutella is the world-famous hazelnut spread manufactured by the Italian company Ferrero.  The first jar of Nutella left the factory in Alba (Piedmont) on April 20, 1964. Nutella is now sold in over 160 countries, but every country has a different ingredient list.

I personally grew up eating Pane e Nutella (the original one) and its unmistakable taste means home to me.

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Buon Appetito!


Photo by Ale Gambini

Yields : 1 mug cake

Difficulty : easy

Prep Time : 5 min.

Cook Time : 2 min.


2 tbsp all-purpose flour

1/4 tsp baking powder

1/4 cup Nutella

2 tbsp whole milk

1 egg

1 mug


Place the flour in the mug.

Add the baking powder and mix.

Add the Nutella and the milk and stir until well combined.

Crack in the egg and stir until well blended.

Cook in the microwave for 2 minutes.

Dust with powdered sugar.

Enjoy warm.

February 5th Is The World Nutella Day!!!

February 5th Is The World Nutella Day!!!

I was born and raided with Pane & Nutella, the delicious hazelnut spread well-known all over the world. Nutella has been my first sweet “addiction” since I was a child. I remember my grandma preparing Pane & Nutella for me, my sister and my cousin. She used to cut a MICHETTA (the traditional Milanese bread) in half and spoon a couple of tablespoons of Nutella on the bottom of each michetta. As soon as I started to eat my MERENDA (afternoon snack) , my face was covered with Nutella and my heart and palate filled with joy. Now that I’m a grown up, I still indulge myself with a teaspoon of Nutella pretty much every day and it also become my daughter’s favorite treat.
Tomorrow, Feb 5th, will be the World Nutella Day, so get ready to celebrate with a huge jar of Nutella and a spoon, as well.
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