Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Take me to your next party

No bake chocolate mini pies.

Buy these


fill them and top them


Serve them and say thank-you to all the compliments you will receive.  


Really, I took them to work for the Susan G. Komen Bake Sale.
You can tell people it was a lot of work if you want to lie.
You just scoop Nutella, about half a teaspoon full (Nutella at Costco, two large jars for the price of one small jar at your local grocery) in the already baked Fillo shells (which you keep a supply of in your freezer, for emergencies) and then top with chopped pecans (that your mother-in-law gave you) and voila.  I'm thinking toasted coconut sprinkled on top at Christmas would look like snow covered chocolate!

You impress the socks of people.  Tell them it's Lori's secret family recipe.

PS ~ I did bake these for about 7 minutes in a 350 degree oven, I thought it would melt the Nutella a bit, but no change, so skip that part.

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16 comments:

  1. Looks good, I'm sure everyone loved them! I still haven't tried Nutella, gotta do that one day:@)

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  2. Sounds yummy. I have to get myself a costco account. I can clearly see I've put that off for far too long.
    Thanks so much for this fun recipe.
    I know the folks at my daughters work will love it..

    Sonny

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  3. I really am going to do this, because this is AWESOME.

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  4. Brilliant! I love easy treats that look and taste impressive!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  5. This is perfect for those last minute holiday parties! I love any excuse to eat Nutella straight!

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  6. An amazing and simple treat! Love this idea.

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  7. This is my kind of dessert--big payoff for little effort. Nice!

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  8. Love this - quick and easy is my kind of recipe!

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  9. I love how simple these are!!!

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  10. We love Nutella. Mike just made a dessert pizza with it the other night, oh so good. I have always wanted to try those filo pastries, and now you just gave me the perfect recipe. Thank you.

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  11. Hi this is Nicole from Colie’s Kitchen I just discovered your blog and wanted to drop by and say hi. I am now a new follower. I would love to have you stop by Colie’s Kitchen if you get a chance. www.colieskitchen.com

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  12. These look crazy good! Thanks for receipe tip!

    I will email you about my camera.

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  13. yummmo...I wish I would have seen this before my weekend party

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  14. Hi Lori,
    Thanks for dropping in. I LOVE Nutella and I've never prepared a recipe that uses it that wasn't out of this world. It tastes homemade, like someone slaved hours over the stove. I'm currently dieting to take off the 3 lbs I gained on the cruise! But it was worth every pound. Had a great time.

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  15. I just happen to have a huge jar of Nutella sitting in front of me! This stuff is GOOD!

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