Nutella Pie Pops


I sincerely apologise for what I am about to show you because it is in no way appropriate for February when we are all attempting to snuffle our way out of hibernation – but these could. not. wait.

Nutella Pie Pops are surely the next big thing to follow the Cake Pop craze? These are an invention by extremely talented Swedish food blogger Linda Lomelino created typically when she was attempting to bake something else. These pie pops look like maximum fun, minimum effort – Lomelino makes her pastry from scratch but you could just as Buy Cialis easily use shop bought pasty, fill with spoonfuls of Nutella and oven bake [Lomelino suggests baking for 15-25 minutes at 350 Degrees Fahrenheit/Gas Mark 4], making sure to use oven-safe lollipop sticks – ie. not plastic. Get here recipe here.

Hot crunch pastry filled with oozy nutty chocolate – on a stick! What could be more divine? And your party would be the guaranteed talk of the town!

Lomelino has also just released a beautifully shot and styled book called Lomelinos Tårtor which is a must for the bookshelf whether you can read Swedish or not!






Author: Rohini Wahi

Rohini is a London based freelance journalist and trend forecaster for the design industries. She has worked for Elle Decoration, Living Etc, Houzz and Design Sponge amongst others.

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