Nutella Cluster Treats

Posted on Apr 9, 2014

With Easter fast approaching we are all looking for chocolaty treats to tempt our friends and family with. Now I have made no bones about the fact I love an easy no bake treat, they are fast to put together kid friendly to make and almost always super tasty.

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Nutella Cluster Treats


We have all had treats similar to these at some point, crunchy cereals covered in chocolate and often including some add ins like mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, sprinkles and so on. But we all enjoy these simple treats because they are so simple to make and above all, tasty!


Nutella Cluster Treats


These are so simple to make cornflakes covered in melted chocolate and nutella. Why the nutella you say? Well simple because it’s so tasty and it adds another layer of flavour. Who can resist that lovely nutty chocolate? It’s so good 😀


Nutella Cluster Treats


To make these even more amazing, I added a variety of chips to them. White chocolate, dark chocolate and peanut butter chips, you can use any you like but I found these three different flavours worked the best.


Nutella Cluster Treats


Once I had made them by melting the chocolate and nutella together and mixing in the cornflakes. I shaped them into little mounds using an ice cream scoop I just placed some of the morsels on top and let them set till they had hardened and could be picked up. I found 2 hours to be about the right time.


Nutella Cluster Treats

Small Treats

These treats may be small but they are perfect for snacking on and really good in lunchboxes for the little ones. And the great thing you don’t need to feel too guilty because they do have cereal in them so they are kinda healthy!!! 😉


Nutella Cluster Treats


Nutella Cluster Treats

Nutella Cluster Treats

Crunchy little treats bursting with nutella flavour, great to make with kids.
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Course: Candy / Sweets
Cuisine: British
Prep Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Servings: 15 clusters
Author: Emma


  • 90 grams milk chocolate ((3 ounces))
  • 120 grams Nutella ((A scant 1/2 cup))
  • 40 grams cornflakes ((1 and 3/4 cups))
  • Sprinkles and flavoured morsels of your choice


  • Melt the chocolate and nutella together in a medium sized saucepan over a gentle heat when they are melted, add the cornflakes and mix together very carefully.
  • Place small mounds of the mixture (I used an ice cream scoop) on a sheet of baking parchment or you could even use cupcake cases.
  • If desired sprinkle them with morsels or sprinkles of your choice, like I said I used white and dark chocolate chips and peanut butter flavoured morsels.
  • Chill for at least 2 hours until they are set before serving.
  • These will keep in an airtight tin for up to 4 days.
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    • Hi David, thank you they were really good and so simple to make 😀

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  1. Anything with Nutella always gets my attention – I love the sound of these clusters – they look incredible!

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    • Thank you Nutella is so moreish I love it in almost any treat 🙂 hope you have a fab week.

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  2. Oh, man, do these look amazing! What a perfect Easter treat!

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    • Hi Liz, thank you very much they were super delicious 😀

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  3. I’ve never had a love affair with corn flakes but if you cuddle them with Nutella, I couldn’t resist. 🙂

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    • Hi Maureen, tell me about it, then again anything cuddled with Nutella is a winner for me 😀

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    • Hi Brianna, thank you I adore Nutella as well and love using it in baking it has such a great flavour! 🙂

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