Easy Chocolate Hazelnut Spread Recipe

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Making chocolate hazelnut spread isn't nearly as difficult as you might assume. Make easy chocolate hazelnut spread form a delicious recipe with help from a self-professed chocoholic and entrepreneur in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Kevin Wray and from Peterbrooke Chocolatier, and today we're going to learn how to make an easy chocolate hazelnut spread recipe. For this, we've got some fantastic ingredients lined up. First, we've got a cup of roasted and peeled hazelnuts. Now to roast and peel your own hazelnuts, it's very simple. Just put them in the oven at 350 for about 12 minutes and then roll them together to break off the skins. We've also got three quarters of a teaspoon of kosher salt, half a teaspoon of vanilla, two tablespoons of canola or another low flavored vegetable oil. We've got one tablespoon of cocoa powder and three tablespoons of our powdered sugar. The first step we're going to do is we're going to take our hazelnuts, put them in a blender and we're going to blend them for about three minutes, stirring occasionally. Okay, now that we have our hazelnuts to a liquidy peanut butter type consistency we can add the rest of our ingredients. We're going to add our powdered sugar, cocoa powder, our canola oil, our vanilla and our salt. Now most importantly to that we're adding a special ingredient. We're adding one cup of tempered milk chocolate and half a cup of tempered dark chocolate. That's going to give it the extra smooth creaminess that you're looking for. As we're blending we're just going to take a moment to scrape all of our ingredients back down to the bottom so everything mixes properly and we get a nice smooth consistency. Okay, now that we've got the perfect blend, you can enjoy your chocolate hazelnut spread. Just setting this at a room temperature will set it up just a little bit firmer or put it in the fridge to make it a little bit thicker. Enjoy.


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