Adult Italian Nutella Party Pudding Shots Recipe

 
A creamy dessert for Adults only! This wonderful dessert is a delicious combination of flavors like Frangelico and Vodka. Put less or substitute Kahlua it's a wonderful dessert after dinner!
 
1 small package of Instant Chocolate Pudding
3/4 cup of Milk
1/4 cup of Vodka
1/2 cup of  Frangelico
8 oz of Extra Creamy Cool Whip thawed
Topping:
1 jar of nutella and 1 bag of toasted hazelnuts

Mix pudding and milk for a couple of minutes with an electric mixer, add alcohol, and then mix well. Fold in the Cool Whip until well blended.
Place the pudding mix into individual serving cups and cover. Freeze them.  Before serving top each with a teaspoon of nutella and sprinkle with toasted chopped hazelnuts.  Your guests are going to love these!

Childrens Version:
Use all milk and proceed with the same instructions.


 
 
+claudia lamascolo Author

40 comments:

  1. I am totally on board with this one!!! Looks delish! : )

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  2. Love Nutella, your pudding shots look amazing!

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  3. I really think I could live off of nutella. Looks wonderful!

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  4. Well I know why Bill Cosby was always smiling in those Jello pudding commercials, he was doing Adult Italian Nutella Pudding Shots. I can hear him now, oops I made a mistake bring me another bowl so we can do it again. This sounds really really good.

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  5. Well I know why Bill Cosby was always smiling in those Jello pudding commercials, he was doing Adult Italian Nutella Pudding Shots. I can hear him now, oops I made a mistake bring me another bowl so we can do it again. This sounds really really good.

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  6. So simple yet it looks very elegant. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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  7. OMG! I'm mouthwatering!!! It looks amazing dear, I'd like to have a big cup right now. Bye, have a great week

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  8. I'm the unofficial head of a Nutella cult, so I'll be passing this one on. Amazing. :)

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  9. I love how you took a simple pre prepared package an turned it into a gourmet dessert. Very creative.

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  10. Dear Claudia, This looks dreamy! Enough Said!!! Have a beautiful blessed day, Your friend, Catherine

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  11. I've been on raw food for three days... shouldn't have come here. No siree...am enamored enough I start telling myself that nutella is a raw food product.

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  12. That looks amazing! I love nutella! I wanted to let you know about my cookbook giveaway that is going on right now until July 16th. Stop on by to enter! Hope you are having a great weekend :)

    http://steaknpotatoeskindagurl.blogspot.com/2011/07/my-first-giveaway.html

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  13. Wow - nutella (my hubby's favorite) AND frangelico? YUM, YUM!

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  14. It's so hot over at my side. I could use some of these desserts. Hahaha! Send some over pls, Claudia!

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  15. The word "nutella" and your pictures are enough to convince me that your dessert leads to paradise!

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  16. adult indeed and very very great sounding.... don't think I have ever replaced milk with alcohol before... well, not in a dessert

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  17. WOW! this looks and sounds delish - I will definitely have to give this a try.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Joanne

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  18. What a great idea! I will have to try this. Yum.

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  19. Oh girlfriend these look unbelievably delicious! Thank you for sharing this!

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  20. I want to be at whatever party these are at. Please link this and any two of your dessert recipes up to this weeks Get Grillin' round up :)

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  21. I think Nutella has changed the world. This is an example how it has improved it. Nice work, CLaudia.

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  22. I am throwing a 40th birthday party for a friend in two weeks. I have a feeling these would be a smash!!! Thanks :)

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  23. Happy in my tummy...yes yes. Wonderful treat.

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  24. Oh how delicious!! I love nutella! I used to get made fun of in elementary school bc my mom would always pack me nutellla sandwiches!! but I did not care nutella ROCKS!! Thanks for the recipe!!

    I saw you on Catherine's blog and we just started following you! Cannot wait for more Italian treats!!

    Love,

    http://chickswholovetoeat.blogspot.com/

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  25. Frangelico, and Vodka with the Nutella?
    What time is the party!...yumm! Incredible!!!

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  26. These sound better than good :-). I lovenutella anything. I think it's time to party. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  27. I am in love with this one....fabulous!!!

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  28. I want these. STAT. Seriously. Vodka? Nutella? Pudding? HELLO!!! These are perfection!!

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  29. Nutella and Frangelico, you've just made me speechless.. Gosh I'm in need of one right now.. Yuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! Cheers, Jo

    Do stop by when you can too. Always love to hear from foodies.

    Link: http://chicgorgeous.blogspot.com

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  30. OMG - what? You are a genius, my dear friend, a genius.

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  31. Sounds wonderful. Mouthwatering. Is it party time yet? :-)

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  32. Oh yes! I want to make these.

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  33. I have 2 jars of nutella and this recipe is just perfect to use some of them. Thank you for sharing!

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  34. I will take the kiddie version. Not allowed to have alcohol. Such a ripoff. These look amazing. I never know what to do with my nutella. Now I know.

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  35. I could easily jump into any Nutella cooking/baking party! What a true treat!

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  36. What a fun idea, pudding shots! These look amazing! Who doesn't love Nutella?!

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  37. OH WOW! I need this in my life!! YUM!

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  38. When I saw "adult" in the title, I was hoping some booze were involved! :D Booze and Nutella, it doesn't get any better than that!

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  39. Oh dear...this is fantastic! I have never used vodka in a dessert before, but now I might just have to try it :)

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