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This life-changing Nutella Rice Krispie ball recipe is one of the easiest desserts you can make and will please literally any crowd. Its just 3 ingredients, Nutella, Rice Krispies cereal and tapioca starch aka, tapioca flour made from the root of the Cassava plant. Find out how this sweet snack comes together. This is a fun recipe for kids as well. It's also a great party recipe.



Nutella Balls

  • 26.5 oz Bottle of Nutella

  • 1- 1/2 Cups of Tapioca Flour (Starch), Plus more if needed

  • 2-3 Cups, Rice Krispies

Nutella Powder

  • 1 Tablespoon of Nutella

  • 1-1/2 Cups, Tapioca Flour



  1. In a kitchen aid, or using a big bowl with a hand mixer, add the big jar of Nutella and start with about 1 cup of the tapioca flour. Slowly start mixing. Continue to add the tapioca flour 1/4 cup at a time until the Nutella becomes the texture of “play doh”. If its sticky at all or too wet or loose and doesn’t form balls and hold its shape, keep adding a little more flour at a time until you reach that texture. If you’ve added too much flour and the balls don’t hold together well, add a few tablespoons of Nutella and mix until you get it right. 

  2. Then add the Rice Krispies. The amount isn’t important. I personally think you can’t add too many Rice Krispies. I probably couldn’t adding more to mine in the video. So feel free to be your own judge of that. Mix that into the Nutella very well. Then set aside and make the powder. 

  3. It’s the same process but the ratios are totally different. A small amount of Nutella to about a cup or more of the tapioca flour should be a good starting ratio. Mix with the paddle attachment until a powder forms. If there are any remaining lumps of Nutella in the powder, continue adding little amounts of the flour at a time until it becomes a dry powder. 

  4. Roll the Nutella “dough” into whatever size balls you want. Then roll them in the powder. Keep them in the fridge as they could melt if it gets too hot. Serve at room temp. 


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