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  • Writer's pictureAbbie Massey

Abbie's Amazing Sugar Free Nutella Recipe!

My mum recently set up a challenge for me. She wanted me to make a recipe without sugar and that was pretty healthy. My first challenge was to find a recipe that’s:

  • Tasty

  • Easy to make

  • That my whole family would like

  • That didn't have any strange ingredients

The thing is I love sweet things and I really wanted to make something that was sweet, but how would I do that exactly? Some of my go to sweet things are donuts, cookies, cinnamon buns, brownies and pastries. These unfortunately contain a lot of SUGAR!!!

So I went online and did some research to find some inspiration and what popped was up my perfect solution - NUTELLA!!! And why Nutella? Because it’s sweet, it's perfect for my whole family, and it can be used on or added to nearly anything such as:

Smoothie bowls





And much more....

But Nutella is unhealthy, I hear you ask! Well not this one my friend - it’s palm oil free and there is no added sugar and it's completely plant based. Plus some of the benefits of eating hazelnuts are: they are a good form of dietary fibre, they also support heart health, and are known to reduce inflammation.


  • 1 cup of roasted and peeled hazelnuts (I had to peal and roast my ones)

  • 7 soft pitted dates

  • 6 tbsps of cacao

  • ¼ cup agave syrup (or honey)

  • ¼ cup oat milk ( or other plant milk )

  • Dash of coconut oil if you need the mix to be a little wetter for blending


Put the nuts in a food processor and blend until it turns into a smooth butter.

Now add the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth.

Put it into a jar and put it in the fridge until you wanna use it.

This was an easy recipe to make, not quite as nice as naughty Nutella but a great healthier option.

Check out other kid friendly recipes at the links below.

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