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Just perhaps some brioche or a fresh baguette on which to spread a thick, creamy layer of the stuff…

You don’t need any special culinary skills or a ton of advance planning.

Once the mixture starts to boil, stop stirring and let it carry on, undisturbed.

Cook until the mixture has a pale golden color, about 300° on a candy thermometer.

Homemade “Nutella” compares to store bought as a butterfly to a moth. 7 ounces water 15 ounces sugar 6 ounces corn syrup or honey 3 ounces butter (you may omit the butter for vegan/lactose free) 1 vanilla bean, split and scraped, bean minced (directions below) 10 ounces hazelnuts, toasted, skinned, and roughly chopped 8 ounces dark chocolate (preferably not from chips), melted & cooled 1 ounce cocoa powder 3/4 tsp kosher salt 6 to 8 ounces hazelnut oil Lightly grease a sheet pan with butter and set aside. Rub your vanilla coated fingers in the sugar to “clean” your fingertips without wasting the vanilla Combine the water, sugar and vanilla bean paste, corn syrup, butter, and minced vanilla bean in a sauce pot.

When it’s fresh off the food processor, the mixture will be disturbingly liquidy.Of course you could use a sweeter or milk chocolate if you prefer, but I think you will find you need to increase the salt to compensate for the additional sweetness.Thanks again for your comment, the recipe really did need that clarification!Stella Jun 26, 2011 · PM I kinda love that this recipe is a cinch to veganize.

I grew up on Nutella but when I went vegan, I found myself missing it—until I discovered Valsoia vegan hazelnut spread in Italy. · lavegetaliana · between making it with and without butter, sometimes I leave it out, just on a whim.· threeblondesandatomas · 29, 2011 · PM @threeblondesandatomas, You could say the butter is a vestigial ingredient.