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  1. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    It looks so well-cut and perfectly smooth. And thank you for the 5-weeks, 2-days after Christmas posting tip. I didn’t know.

  2. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Nutella fudge? Oh my, I can’t even imagine how delicious that must be.

    The multi-colour sprinkles definitely add some whismy! I’m sure this gift was very well received 🙂

  3. GirlonRaw

    So pretty! And you’ve reminded me that I need to make my own raw vegan nutella very soon! I love the top photo, that is exactly what I wanted to eat today when we were talking chocolate on twitter!

  4. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Sprinkles make me ridiculously happy, they’re just so darn cute! haha
    Gorgeous photos, I’m sure they do the taste justice

  5. Emily @ Perfection Isn't Happy

    Yum! That looks so good! I really shouldn’t read food blogs while I’m at school because I can’t grab a bag of chocolate chips and start eating, um, I mean baking 😉 Luckily I did bring a banana choc. chip muffin to get my chocolate fix in later today 🙂

  6. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the addition of the sprinkles!

  7. Lizzi

    And I can vouch for it being positively delicious! 😀

  8. Erin@TheFoodMentalist

    SO yummy! I love nutella. Im loving all the nutella recipes out there at the moment. I will have to do one myself 🙂

  9. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I just wept a little. I’m obsessed with Nutella!

  10. Johanna GGG

    oh you put my notella attempts to shame with this fantastic nutella recipe! I have tried fudge with condensed milk and chocolate but nutella just takes it to another level.

  11. Lorraine Not Quite Nigella

    Ooh your fudge is perfect Hannah! I’ve never had success with evaporated milk fudge so I applaud yours! Fudge for everyone! 😀

  12. Kath Lockett

    Normally I’d be all over this, leaning forward and trying not to drool on the keyboard but today I’ve made a terrible mistake. I’ve done three separate chocolate tastings/reviews and then come over here to see what you’re doing. Need to go back to my old habit of reading this when it’s morning tea time…..

  13. Kayla

    Boy oh boy! Nutella + chocolate + evaporated milk! Sounds yummy. This must have tasted heavenly. I love the colourful sprinkles too. It makes the fudge look so fun to eat!

  14. Jess: cheshirekitykat

    Omg. I didn’t know you could make Nutella even more fudgy and decadent. It’s already good on bananas and spoons, I can imagine sprinkles only improve it.
    P.S. I have chocolate porn for you….

  15. Jess: cheshirekitykat

    Wait. That sounded really naughty. I really only have pictures of Rogue Chocolatier chocolate on my blog to taunt you.

  16. Alisa Fleming

    Oh you are an evil, evil girl. Teasing me with such an indulgent recipe just after I’m so proudly coming off of a sugar-free stint. Evil I say!

  17. Libby

    Oh yum! I think I would very much enjoy the sea salt version as I do like things salty but your version is much prettier to look at 🙂

  18. msihua

    I think because it was made with Nutella I would do it… I do Nutella.. anything Nutella.. give me a man covered in.. I mean… a piece of bun.. bread… *wanders*

  19. Jonathon Clarke

    Dear Hannah,

    You would have to be, without doubt, the most articulate, inventive, creative, and…..well. just plain wonderful person I know! This is a gorgeous recipe, and I shall waste no time in taking it out for a test drive of my own! I adore reading your witty prose, (nay! poetry!) and I look forward to my daily instalment with bated breath. 🙂 Take care, and keep posting! 😀 Warmest regards, Jonathon

    PS. Please make sure to let me know when ‘National Send Hannah Chocolate Day’ is coming up! 😉

  20. Louise

    Oh My! This looks amazing. I love the little paper cups in the top picture, and of course the sprinkles just make it. I’m sure the fudge eaters in the house would absolutely love this. Pity is 47 degrees here right now, and the thought of even stirring up some fudge is just too much energy expenditure to contemplate. Will have to store this away in the When It’s Cool Enough to Do Anything file. And I’m sure it’s not accident that you’re right en vogue with World Nutella Day is it?

  21. Helen (grabyourfork)

    Celebrating World Nutella Day? The sprinkles would be enough to put a smile on anyone’s face! And hello to your spritely Grandma!

  22. Tori @ eat-tori

    This looks like another thing that I have to put in my ‘I have to pretend this doesn’t exist’ box, otherwise it will just be too dangerous. I hope that’s ok.

  23. ella @ lifeologia

    Ah! Just what I need today. A death sentence! LOL
    sorry just having fun with the ingredients. don’t be hating 😉

  24. Simply Life

    oh. my. gosh. this is GENIUS!!!

  25. Camille

    Again with the pretty colors! Also, isn’t World Nutella Day coming up?

  26. Anna Johnston

    Sprinkles are such ‘happy’ little things. Geez Luv….., so pleased you’ve brought us up to date on ‘posts about Xmas’ gift giving, totally missed that memo 😉

  27. adele

    Oh my. This looks evil good.

  28. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Do I even have to comment on this? I mean, DO I EVEN have to comment?! I don’t care if all the butter and sweetened condensed milk in the world are in these things, I want one!

  29. Susan

    The sprinkles look so pretty on it! I would definitely go with those over salt, although I do love my salt.

  30. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Oh my God. These look amazing. Anything that gets me eating more Nutella has to be a good thing!

  31. Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets

    Nutella + sprinkles = unbeatable taste AND cuteness. These are seriously adorable and I wish I could just grab one from the screen and pop it into my mouth :).

  32. Louise

    I made this today! Well sort of. I decided it was too hot to be using double boilers, so did a microwave version instead. It was all going well til I added the nutella and then it wanted to seize. The difficulty was compounded by the fact that a friend rang in the middle of it all, so it didn’t actually turn out too badly for One Handed Nutella! The butter seems to have separated out a bit, but it tastes ok. I took it to a concert/short film festival in the botanic gardens tonight, and it was gobbled greedily by all concerned, who seemed impressed. And I didn’t even bother with sprinkles- again all a bit hard one handed. But it can be done…..

  33. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    hurrah for world nutella day indeed! i bought a jar today. better late than never!!
    heidi xo

  34. Karen

    Thank you so much for this recipe! It was so easy to make and it came out perfectly! I’m serving it to my friends for my birthday party. 🙂

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  36. muppy

    oh my, this looks really good, too good….

  37. Errign

    I am not so sure how I missed this post, but now, I want some fudge. Do you deliver?

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  40. eman

    i tried this one yesterday it was yummy but there is no taste for nutella , the dark chocolate taste was the predominant , anywasys thanx

  41. Lisa

    Hello 🙂 This is such a lovely blog! You put so much time and effort in and it is beautiful! And you should know this fudge fantastic-ness helped me atone for a rather silly mistake at work!

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