It’s kind of a running joke in my family that I’m in love with Nutella. But, then again who isn’t, right? Kris always got a kick out of the fact that I think it’s best served on a spoon. While he never shared my enthusiasm for it, I do think it’s pretty fitting thaNutella Mousse dessertt my first recipe up be my Nutella Mousse. When I head back to Vermont, it seems to be the comfort, calories don’t count, ”snack” that I make for my family to enjoy. It’s pretty incredible how just a couple of ingredients can appear to be way more difficult than it really is!

I love this mousse because it’s delicious on its own, or you could put it with an Oreo crust and make a pie out of it! The hardest part is waiting for it to set in the refrigerator, and I’ll be honest I don’t always wait… 

A couple of notes about this recipe. I whip the cream until soft peaks for to ensure that I don’t over whip the mousse. If you over whip it, it will have a grainy texture. After adding the Nutella to the whipped cream, it will lose its form slightly. No worries it will set back up while it chills in the refrigerator. This recipe gives you a little freedom about how Nutella-y (I don’t think that’s a real word, but you get where I’m going with this) you want it to be. The chocolate flavor does intensify as it chills.  Enjoy!

Easy Nutella Mousse dessert

Nutella Mousse

Prep Time 20 mins
Resting Time 2 hrs


  • 3/4 C Nutella 1 C for a richer flavor
  • 1 Pint Whipping Cream
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla
  • 1 Dash Cinnamon


  • Place whipping cream, vanilla, and a dash of cinnamon in a mixing bowl fitted with a whisk. Whip cream until stiff peaks form.
  • Slowly add 3/4 C of Nutella and whip until fully mixed. Here is where you can add the extra 1/4C if you want it to have a richer taste. 
  • Pour mousse into serving dishes or a bowl and chill for at least two hours. 


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