It's a miserable weekend – so why not try making these viral 2-ingredient Nutella cookies? 8 months ago

It's a miserable weekend – so why not try making these viral 2-ingredient Nutella cookies?

It is lashing rain outside, as well as freezing cold.

It is still January and we are still in Level 5 lockdown – meaning there aren't many options as far as being entertained outside the house goes.

Which is why we are totally staying warm and snug inside all weekend, and attempting these 2-ingredient Nutella cookies that recently went viral on TikTok.

Sounds too good to be true? Take a look:

 

@caughtsnackin2 ingredient Nutella cookies ??? #Nutella #recipe #ukfood #cookies #chefsoftiktok #ramsayreacts #food #chocolate♬ Renee - Sales

Stacey Solomon has already beat us to it and attempted the cookies with her boys – and by the looks of it, they are totally easy enough for kids to bake themselves!

The Loose Women presenter took to her Instagram Stories recently to tell her followers that her son Zachary, 12, wanted to make the 'Nutella and flour cookies he saw on TikTok'.

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And joined by his younger brother, Leighton, 8, they got stuck in.

Stacey even shared the incredibly simple recipe with us in her stories too:

All you need to do is mix 300g of Nutella with 150g of plain flour.

Then, mix together and roll the mixture into balls and put them on a baking tray.

The 31-year-old added that her sneaky middle son 'spent the whole time licking the entire contents of the Nutella jars'.

I mean – we don't blame him! We feel that way about Nutella too!

Next, though, you squash the cookies down with the back of a spoon and place them in the oven at 180°C for 20 minutes.

Next? There is no next! That's how simple these cookies really are!

And judging by this, they look pretty delicious too!

Note that the official TikTok recipe from @caughtsnackin suggests to bake the cookies for 10-15 minutes.