Hazelnut Cake with Nutella Frosting

There’s something beautiful about cake. A simple light cake to round of a light lunch. And what’s better than a little nutella frosting? I used to only eat chocolate cake; if white cake was an option, and there was no frosting to be found, I didn’t want anything to do it with. Well…maybe just the frosting. But I’ve found my tastes have changed and now I find myself straying away from chocolate and leaning more towards a vanilla or almond cake. Maybe my tastes have simplified. Or maybe I’ve just grown up? Whatever it is, this cake fit the bill perfectly.

It wasn’t dense, nor too sweet. Served with some fresh strawberries and blueberries. Did I mention I love fruit with dessert?


Yep, don’t mind if I do.



I must confess…I didn’t actually bake this cake myself, but I did devour it and enjoy all on my own. :)

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7 Responses to Hazelnut Cake with Nutella Frosting

  1. Janet says:

    OMG, I could eat all of that!

  2. i was drooling from just reading the title!

  3. Sounds like me! Chocolate was my favorite flavor of anything all my life until one day in my 20s when I was eating something chocolate and just suddenly felt rather blah about it!

  4. Liz says:

    How do I get this wonderful recipe?

  5. oh my nutella!! that looks OUTRAGEOUS!! my mouth is seriously watering! thanks for sharing! love your blog! glad i found it!

  6. I love anything with nutella!! looks delish

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