Easy To Make: Nutella Croissants



These brioche with Nutella are a true delight, they are soft and low fat and you can eat them with Nutella or simply with a piece of chocolate. For 12 pieces you will need: 20g flour, 1 package of instant yeast backing, 80ml of warm milk. For pulp: 300g of flour, 40g icing sugar, teaspoon salt, 2 large eggs, 80g soft butter. Other ingredients: 12 teaspoons of Nutella, 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon milk. It is very easy to make and it will only take you 30 minutes.
Steps: prepare the yeast, mix the yeast, flour, milk, cover and let stand 15 minutes. Meanwhile prepare the dough. In a bowl, mix the flour with the salt and sugar. Add butter, egg and mix until you obtain a firm, smooth dough. Knead a dozen minutes. Then add the yeast and continue to knead for 5 minutes. Put the dough in a clean bowl, cover and let it rise until it doubles its volume. Roll out the dough to a thickness of 5 mm so to obtain a circle. Using a cutting wheel, cut 12 triangles and put a teaspoon of nutella on the base of each triangle . Start to roll the dough base until the end. Then transfer them to a plate covered with baking paper. Allow them time to double their volume again. During that, mix the egg yolk with the tablespoon of milk and brush the surface of your croissant with the egg-milk mixture. Cook them in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes. Enjoy!


26 Responses to “Easy To Make: Nutella Croissants”

  1. Arthurene Cook says:

    This sounds yummy, but is the oven temp really as low as 180 degrees? (I’m in the US)

  2. stephanie says:

    they sound really easy to do… can you do jam instead of nutella?

  3. Bardur says:

    How much is “One package of yeast ? In Norway its 50 gr. Would that the right amount.

  4. Nicola says:

    By rise do you mean, put it in the fridge for a while or will it be okay to just leave it out?

    • Mysteria says:

      hello as far as pastry goes to rise it needs heat *wrap in warm blanket and leave near a warm area for at least 1 hour till it doubles in size showing bubbles:)

  5. Graciela says:

    La hice con la tapa de pascualina redonda comprada y me salieron muy buenas

  6. Darlene says:

    would be nice if you did this up with US measurements like cups, teaspoon, tablespoons for measurements instead of grams, please and thank you

  7. Jazzie99a says:

    Darlene, Grow up and learn metric!

    • lnorth says:

      It’s not a matter of learning metric. You just don’t find metric measuring tools (scales, spoons, cups) in the U.S. At least, they are not common or /easy to find. We can, however, find conversion charts/instructions online. 🙂

  8. Deek says:

    Isn’t it one of the individual sachets of yeast, usually around 7g or about a teaspoon?

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  10. Rose says:

    i just don’t understand why people complain so much about this being in metric, most of the world uses it. If you don’t know it take the time you used to type the complaint and look up how to convert it, this way you have it in the future and you don’t sound like such a lazy person.

  11. gio says:

    Buon giorno, il lievito,di birra o quello per dolci?grazie

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