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Chocolate Hazelnut Scrolls

Christmas is only 4 weeks away and here I would like to share with you this pretty, tasty, chewy Chocolate Hazelnut Scrolls and is really quick to make for friends and family during the holiday season.



Here is the recipe (adapted from Biscuits & Slices)

250g Plain flour
55g Ground Hazelnuts
100g Butter, chopped
110g Sugar
1 Egg, light beaten with 2 tbsp iced water
Nutella Hazelnut Spread


  • Place dry ingredients in food processor bowl, add chopped butter and sugar. Using the pulse action, press button for 30 seconds or until is fine and crumbly.
  • Add combined egg and water; process a further 20 seconds until mixture forms a dough.
  • Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and knead dough until smooth.
  • Roll pastry out between 2 plastic sheets to a rectangle of 25 x 35cm. Trim any uneven edges.
  • Spread dough evenly with hazelnut spread (not too thick).
  • Using plastic sheet to lift dough, roll up from the long side in Swiss roll style. Wrap tightly in plastic sheet and refrigerator for 40 minutes.
  • Heat oven to 180C. Cut dough into 1 cm slices, wiping blade of knife between cuts.
  • Place on prepared lined trays, bake at preheated oven 180C for 15 minutes.
  • Transfer to wire rack to cool and store in an airtight container.

Enjoy!



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  1. Ann, I like this! I've not try on a scroll before, is it tastes more like pastry? thanks.

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  2. Oh my gosh!! This is so pretty and I LOVE Nutella! I am so trying this.

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  3. So beautiful. You are right, this is perfect for the holidays. A great breakfast or snack cake with a good cup of coffee or tea on a cold morning.

    I love when you bake!!!

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  4. Nutella and hazelnut rolls...mmmmm looks delish....yesss I like it! :) Thanks Anncoo for sharing this. Bookmarked it !

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  5. It's beautiful Ann! I thought it's a swissroll from your first picture .. LOL.

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  6. Great idea Ann, nutella in a roll.

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  7. chocolate and hazelnut are a dream team together. These scrolls are so cute and must be so yummy :).

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  8. this must be good..i tasted a type of hazelut cookies ..something like this but without the chocolate..i think this is even more divine.

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  9. Wow, I can't believe how easy this is. I love hazelnut and Nutella! This would go great with a nice cup of hot tea with this colder weather. Thanks for sharing, Ann.

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  10. These biscuit scrolls are so pretty and Nutella is always my favourite...delicious!

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  11. These look terrific! The hazelnut flavor is so good!

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  12. Yummie, this scroll filled with Nutella look delicious;-)

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  13. Ann, lets go for coffee and remember to bring along ur scroll ya :)

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  14. You just remind me Christmas is coming, I also want to join coffee with you and Jane, hehehe..

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  15. Can't get enough of soft and fluffy Swiss rolls! Yours look wonderful!

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  16. Ah Tze ~ It is more chewy. Taste better the next day.

    Belinda, Little Inbox, Shirley ~ Thanks, have a try :)

    Velva ~ hehee...I also wish I can have a cup of hazelnut coffee to go with this scrolls too ;D

    Xiaolu ~ Thanks.

    Lena, Lequan, Zoe ~ This is very easy to make, have a try. You'll love it!

    Elin ~ You're welcome.

    DG ~ hahaa..this is so much easier to roll than Swiss roll.

    Peachkins, Juliana ~ Thanks for your comments.

    Jane, Sonia ~ Ok let's go for a cup of coffee, I'll make more of this scrolls to bring along ;DD

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  17. They look so yummy, and so neatly rolled up. Just by looking at your pics will know that X'mas is near!

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  18. This is double happiness and double goodness - hazelnut and nutella are lovers! Bookmarked for Christmas!

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  19. wow, wanna have some piece with coffee for today tea break!

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  20. I love Chocolate and I love Nutella and I am sure I'll love these scrolls too :-) They look awesome.

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  21. Pretty biscuit rolls! I promised my kids to bake my own cookies for Christmas this year. Have to dig your blog to find the recipes LOL :D

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  22. This is the first time I come across this, very interesting ^_^

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  23. Sounds very simple and easy .Can't wait to try this

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  24. Looks yummy! Is it like biscuit? I have some ground hazelnut in my fridge, I think I can use them to bake this :)

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  25. banging my head on the wall now heheh, thats a lovely tea time snack.

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  26. hey ann,

    What a coincidence. I have the chocolate version of the recipe (crazy for chocolate) from the same book series (periplus) and was planning to make it this month.

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  27. Thanks Angie & Faithy :)

    Chean ~ hehee...I love to bake especially for Christmas holiday so that it gives me a good excuse to try new recipes lol!

    Busygran ~ Have a try :)

    Sze Sze, Rachana, Esther, Padhu ~ Thank you for your nice comments.

    Lia ~ I also want to see what you're going to bake. Please feel free to pick any recipe you like.

    Min ~ yes, taste better the 2nd day.

    Nammi ~ Don't get yourself hurt ;DD Come here and I can share with you :))

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  28. At one glance I thought it was a Swiss roll cake. But now I know it's a cookie....chewy one...nice! Love nutella, so this is a sure try. Thanks Ann! :)

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  29. Bakertan ~ Actually I got the full set of this book Family Circle. Most recipes are very easy to follow and I had tried few of them.

    BeeBee ~ Try it, you'll love it.

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  30. Mmm, I love chocolate and hazelnut together - it's one of the best flavour combinations :) This is lovely to look at too - perfect for the holidays!

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  31. I can imagine how good these must taste as I love cookies with hazelnut meal. They look very pretty too. Hope I can find some time to make Christmas cookies.

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  32. As for me cookies or cakes must always go with a cup of coffee black,,,,,

    hey thinking of it,seriously christmas is just 4 weeks away....

    god bless

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  33. Hey Anncoo,

    I tried a lot of recipes from 'crazy for chocolate'. They work pretty well and as you said are simple to make. I've made the melting moments cookies too from biscuit and slices if I didnt recall wrong.

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  34. Magic of Spice, Jude ~ Thanks :)

    Biren ~ yes, this is very yummy. Must try it when you're free.

    Eugene ~ Thank you!

    Bakertan ~ Oh..I made the melting moments too and this was made before I started this blog.

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  35. Wonderful looking scrolls! Nutela scribbled all over them! Delicious! A sure favorite! Thanks for sharing! Cheers!

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  36. This looks like cookie (texture) in the shape of a cake :)

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  37. Wow only 4 weeks to go, better get planning. One of these days I would love to have a little bit of your baking talent. You have so many great recipes including these scrolls. They look delicious!

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  38. I have yet to master the scroll. Mine keeps breaking. thanks for joining me :)

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  39. Michelangelo ~ Thanks!

    Tigerfish ~ hehee..you're right.

    Nanacy ~ Thank you. I want to see your bakes too.

    Penny ~ So sorry about it. Actually this the second time I made this, so far no problem.

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  40. Your cookies are beautiful, and they're all so uniform! Love them!

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  41. Hi Sue, Thank you for your compliment :)

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  42. I love nutella! And it's now in a cookie...watch out!!

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  43. only 4 more weeks... and the count down begins... so as the counting of the calories hahah you have rolled them really well... something that i am challenged to do haha...

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  44. You can't go wrong with hazelnut and chocolate, just like you can't go wrong with coconut milk and pandan when combined together.

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  45. Your spirals came out so pretty and I love the idea of a cookie with chocolate and hazelnut flavors. By the way, I'm holding a giveaway on my blog for Orglamix Organic makeup and you're welcome to come by and enter. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2010/12/orglamix-organic-mineral-makeup-review.html

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  46. Steph ~ You can have as many as you like.. ;DD

    Malou ~ hahaa...I'm watching my waistline :)

    The Kitchen Masochist ~ Let's have some exchange ;))

    Lisa ~ Thanks! Just visited your blog.

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  47. As pretty and tempting as swiss rolls, but these are definitely plus plus with in tact chewiness !!

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  48. This scroll looks easy to make and will be great for any occasion.

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