We are back to square one. How does it feel to be at home for another one year? Bored and hungry? Yeah, I got you covered. Nutella Rolls can be a great option for your snack time. Sounds yum?
Nutella Rolls | Snack Time Recipe
It’s pretty scary outside. Things are getting worse with each passing day and staying at home is the only option left. And, food is the first thing that comes to our mind whenever lockdown happens.You might even get bored with eating the same food. So, trying my best to make some unique recipes for you. And, here’s one that you would absolutely love and end up making almost everyday for your snack time.
Handling the kids at home is another task for us in lockdown. They start freaking out as they can’t meet their friends and throw their tantrums on us by nagging us for something delicious. As much as we love making yummy snacks for them, we might run out of ideas as they get bored easily. So, the answer to all of this is Nutella Rolls.
And guess what? You can store these yummy snacks for a long time. So, you don’t really have to keep thinking about what to make for snacks everyday. Isn’t that such a time saver? I know how relieved you are feeling right now. Well, you’re welcome.
Okay, enough about the hype. I know you are already waiting for the recipe, not only because of everything I just said, also because its Nutella Rolls Yes, Nutella! C’mon who doesn’t love Nutella right? I know it’s your favorite too. So, here’s the detailed recipe. I’m sure you are going to love the process and the outcome. Enjoy making these delicacies and make your tummy happy! Happy snacking. See you soon again with another ‘stay at home’ recipe!
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Nutella Rolls for Snack Time
- 75 g Whole Wheat Flour
- 75 g All Purpose Flour/ Maida
- 3 tbsp Sugar
- 3 tbsp Melted Butter (more for greasing)
- 1 tsp Active Dry Yeast
- 70 ml Lukewarm water
- 1/2 cup Nutella
- 1/4 cup Finely Chopped Almonds/Hazelnuts
- 2 tbsp Orange Marmalade (or orange zest)
- 1 tbsp Sesame seeds optional
- In a small bowl, add 20 ml of lukewarm water.
- Add in 1 tbsp sugar and yeast. Let it bloom for 5 minutes.
- It should look foamy, if not either your yeast is not expired or temperature of water killed it.
- If its not foamy, then try again from first or start with a fresh yeast.
- In a bigger bowl, mix wheat, maida and remaining sugar.
- Add melted butter, remaining water and bloomed yeast.
- Mix it well to form a dough.
- Place it on a work surface and knead for 10 minutes. Rub your hands with butter if it sticks.
- After kneading, place it in a bowl.
- Apply some butter or oil on the dough to avoid it from drying.
- Let it raise for at least an hour. Keep it in a warm place.
- Preheat the oven to 180 C for 10 - 15 minutes. Prepare a cookie tray with butter paper.
- Roll out the dough to 1/4 inch thick.
- Spread nutella and nuts, leave 1/2 inch space in the edges.
- Add orange zest or marmalade.
- Roll the dough and top it with some sesame seeds.
- Cut it in 2 inch sizes, using a knife or thread.
- Place it in the cookie tray.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes, until top is golden brown.
- Once its 15 minutes, I brushed it with some melted butter.
- Once baked, let it cool down and store till use!