Thanks for the idea to use this recipe layered in parfait glasses because that's just what I did and it turned out Fantastic! I put some cookie crumbs in the bottom of the glass, then layered the cream cheese and nutella with more crumbs, put some whipped cream on top and then stuck a whole cookie sideways into the cream along with a strawberry garnish. Conversation died while my guests focused on their glasses, spooning up the delicious fluff and licking their lips with smiles on their faces. This is just a great make ahead dessert.
This is great! I made a slight change - I added 1/4 of a cup of sugar to the whipped cream to make sure everything was duly sweet throughout. Also - When I was beating the cream cheese and sugar I added about a tablespoon or two of cream to make sure that it was pliable enough to easily fold in the whipped cream. It's light and velvety yet rich and wonderful!
What an impressive, delicious dessert. I made individual parfait servings with cookie crumbs and served in beautiful crystal water glasses. It was so easy to make and everyone was surprised by its lightness.
I thought this recipe was very good. The only change I made was I used cool-whip instead of the heavy cream. Very easy and delish!
My niece and I loves nutella. I think this will really make her happy. Thanks for the recipe!
Let me start off by saying that there is no reason for the nutella to be divided (has anyone else noticed?). I was finished making the pie and...oops!... I still had half the nutella left. However, the cream chees mixture and nutella taste awesome together.
I loves Nutella! And this recipe was very very good.Thanks
We also loved this. Will use cool whip next time, maybe only on top, as we thought the nutella was so delicious by itself! We also made it in the parfait glasses (great idea!) Definately a keeper.
What a wonderfully light yet rich and flavorful dessert! I adore Nutella so I knew I'd like it but was I wasn't sure what others would think. Everyone loved it! We all agreed it was better the second day since it was a little firmer (so the presentation was prettier) and the flavors had blended more. I think it would work best to prepare this the day before you need it. You could easily layer it into parfait glasses too. Delicious! Thanks so much Ang for sharing this keeper!