Nutella Deviled Strawberries

4.91 from 10 votes

This post may contain affiliate sales links. Please read my disclosure policy.

These Nutella Deviled Strawberries are a fast, three-ingredient dessert or treat, perfect for any party or afternoon pick-me-up. If you’ve never had Nutella and strawberries, get ready to live!

Is it a wee bit ridiculous that I’m posting a Deviled Strawberry Recipe the day after Easter? Don’t answer that. Strawberries + Nutella is something everyone should enjoy every hour of every day. It’s kind of a simple idea and not much of a recipe, but it is something that is totally amazing and worth the time to make {all whopping 15 minutes}.

Nutella Deviled Strawberries

Deviled Strawberry Ingredients

When I say this is the easiest recipe ever, I mean it! These Deviled Strawberries only take three ingredients to make and about 15 minutes of your time. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Strawberries – find the ripest, juiciest, and biggest strawberries you can! The bigger the strawberry the more filling you get and of course the more strawberry.
  • Nutella – I recommend getting this brand and not any sort of off-brand hazelnut spread. This is to ensure you get the best tasting dessert you can! Nutella truly is the best, perfectly smooth, and chocolatey.
  • Nuts – you can sprinkle any sort of chopped nuts on top of these, but I used almonds.

Variations

Nuts: Try toasting your nuts or use different kinds. Peanuts, almonds, pecans, or even macadamia nuts are good!

Nutella Mousse: One of my readers folded in whipped cream to their Nutella to create a mousse-y texture.

Powdered Sugar: If you don’t like nuts try sifting some powdered sugar atop of these babies!

Whipped Cream: Or try topping these strawberries with whipped cream.

Nutella Deviled Strawberries

How to Make Deviled Strawberries

For full recipe details see the recipe card below and make sure to check out the very informative video!

  1. Prepare your strawberries by washing, slicing in half then cutting a divet in the center.
  2. Transfer Nutella into a ziplock bag or piping bag. Then pipe Nutella into each groove you made.
  3. Top with chopped nuts and refrigerate until ready to serve!

Leftovers

Deviled Strawberries will last about three days in the fridge, covered.

Since this is such a simple and quick recipe I’d make it fresh every time!

Nutella Deviled Strawberries

Perfect for Parties!!!

These Deviled Strawberries are great appetizers, light desserts, or perfect snacks for parties. Wouldn’t these be adorable at a baby or wedding showers? I think yes. And they require no cooking! Sold.

They would be the first treat to go, guaranteed.

So, yeah. Whether you have the munchies or just need a little sweet treat, this is the thing for you TODAY!

More Strawberry Recipes to Love!

If you loved these deviled strawberries, check out these other strawberry recipes! And don’t forget to save this one by pinning it, bookmarking or printing the recipe card out!

Enjoy!

4.91 from 10 votes

Nutella Deviled Strawberries

A fast, three-ingredient dessert or treat, perfect for any party or afternoon pick-me-up. If you've never had Deviled Strawberries, get ready to live!
servings 8 servings
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 15 mins

Ingredients

  • 1 pint strawberries
  • 2/3 cup nutella
  • nuts finely chopped

Instructions

  • Wash and hull strawberries. Slice in half. Using the tip of your knife, create a little hole or groove in the center of the strawberry halves.
  • Spoon nutella into the corner of a ziplock bag and cut corner off. Squeeze and fill each strawberry half and sprinkle with nuts. Serve or store in refrigerator.

Video

Nutrition

Calories: 154kcal | Carbohydrates: 20g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Sodium: 11mg | Potassium: 192mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 16g | Vitamin A: 7IU | Vitamin C: 35mg | Calcium: 36mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Deviled Strawberries, Nutella and Strawberries, Nutella Deviled Strawberries

 

Polaroid photo of granola bars

Never Miss a Recipe!

Join thousands of readers & get easy recipes via email for FREE!

Share a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Recipe Rating




53 Responses
  1. Shaina

    Now these are the kind of “deviled” treats I can get into. Deviled eggs are totally not my thing, but when you turn them into a dessert with strawberries and Nutella, I certainly won’t be turning them away!

  2. Jessica @ Golden Brown and Delicious

    These. are. brilliant. I never would have thought to “devil” anything but eggs, but I love these! And totally acceptable the day after Easter 😉

  3. Jen @ Carlsbad Cravings1

    You are hilarious – always keep me laughing! I LOVE this idea – so simple and delicious! I am signed up for your Indulge Conference and Can’t wait to meet you!!! Your blog was one of the very first I started following regularly way back in the day and continues to be one of my favs!

  4. Lynn

    5 stars
    Oh Yum!!! I add a bit of whipped cream to my nutella (makes a Moussey texture), and using gigantic, enormous Strawberries fill those puppies with it! And for the “I don’t like nuts” crowd, top them with sprinkles! I have a love/hate relationship with you Lauren. My mouth loves your creations, my jeans/hips hate you. If it involves chocolate/cookies/candy/sugar/tasty I can’t help myself and have to make and eat-the-entire-pan!

  5. Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie

    Love how simple these are! I have made deviled strawberries before but they had a mascarpone filling.

  6. Katheryn

    Retired Culinary Arts teacher.
    Thanks for all these wonderful recipes. I can’t wait to try them. We mostly stay away from desserts, which I will try when the grands come to visit. The rest will be tried on my husband. Very creative which is what I love. Never make “most” recipes exactly like stated. Do something to make them uniquely your own. With breads and cakes and candies, most people will find success by sticking pretty close to the recipe. Have fun and enjoy any recipe that gets your attention! Cooking should be fun and not work!

  7. Marion

    In a small strainer, place a small amount of powdered sugar and ‘tap’ it over these tasty morsels!! You might also place the cut green tops around the ends for pop!

  8. Head baker shares 8 mouthwatering ways to indulge Nutella – These are so yummy!

    […] Nutella deviled strawberries, brought to you by Lauren’s Latest, can even be used as an appetizer. Plus, no baking […]

  9. Head baker shares 8 mouthwatering ways to indulge Nutella – These are so yummy! - Czaal is a source for latest happening around the world.

    […] Nutella deviled strawberries, brought to you by Lauren’s Latest, can even be used as an appetizer. Plus, no baking […]

  10. Jill Roberts

    I am obsessed with healthy no-baked desserts! This Nutella deviled strawberries are look yummy! I’ll definitely try it! Thx for sharing!

  11. Kayla Teahon

    Wow these look so good! So glad I’m seeing this recipe as I’m heading out the door to the grocery store! Perfect for a thanksgiving appetizer/dessert.

  12. Tessa Brown

    5 stars
    These were such a hit at our house for thanksgiving! Great finger food to keep little finger busy till the big meal! Thank you!

  13. 75 Nutella Dessert Recipes - Around My Family Table

    […] Nutella Pie No Bake Nutella Eclair Cake Nutella Cinnamon Rolls Nutella Brownie No Bake Nutella Bars Nutella Deviled Strawberries Super Easy Nutella Mug Cake Nutella Crunch Dessert Shooters Sugar Free Chocolate Nutella Truffles […]

  14. The Great Big List of Strawberry Desserts • Sarahs Bake Studio

    […] Strawberry Ice Cream from What the Fork Nutella Deviled Strawberries from Lauren’s Latest Paleo Chocolate Chunk Strawberry Banana Bread from Spoonful of Flavor […]

  15. Julia Stearns @ Healthirony

    5 stars
    OMG. These Nutella deviled strawberries are nice and cute. Will prepare these for the birthday next week. I can’t wait to try these out! They sound delicious too!

“logos”
pumpkin muffins