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i added a tbsp of cocoa and 2 tbspns greek yoghurt, didnt need to swirl but left a lttle mixture so i could top the muffins, forming little nutella pockets. served with a dollop of ganache on top. was a great quick recipe

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sea chef May 17, 2010

I just moved to Europe and Nutella is BIG here!! I bought some and made this recipe!! I loved it and so did my husband he took some to share at work. Thanks for the great recipe!

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SD Cali Girl September 30, 2008

These came out very well!! I liked the toothpick swirling method, it spread out the nutella throughout the cake. But the cake itself was just a bit too dry and a little plain. The dry part is maybe explained by the fact that I overcooked it a bit.

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calisto September 29, 2008

This is a great cupcake to make and take somewhere with out having to worry about the frosting coming off or how to transport. You still get all the sweet goodness that comes with having the frosting and that's the BEST part. I too love Nutella and actually get it in the biggest quantities I can from Costco. I love p.b. too but this gives me the best of both worlds with the Nutella having the addition of cocoa and hazelnuts in the spread. I don't know why you couldn't use regular p.b. on this recipe with the same results. Trying that next!!! Tagged for NewestZaar Tag~

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CoffeeB June 19, 2008
Nutella Frosted Cupcakes