Nutella Pound Cake
February 19th, 2014 36 Comments

Nutella Pound Cake

Nutella Swirl Pound Cake
Nutella Swirl Pound Cake pictures (1 of 6)

After my contributor CP Choong made the ever so popular mini Nutella Cheesecake, she told me that she had some leftover Nutella and wanted to make Nutella Pound Cake. It was a grand idea as it’s one of those baking recipes I have always wanted to attempt. The idea of rich and buttery pound cake with Nutella swirls in between bites just set my mouth watering.

Nutella Pound Cake

So here is the Nutella Pound Cake recipe that my contributor made. She adapted the recipe from Food and Wine. If you are a Nutella lover, you will absolutely go crazy for this cake as two (2) thick and gooey swirls of Nutella are happily sitting in the inside of the pound cake, so you will actually taste the richness of Nutella. Just look at the pictures, the Nutella swirls are moist and come oozing out of the cake, so imagine sinking your teeth on a piece, or two, or more of the Nutella Pound Cake…ahhh, heavenly!

Nutella Pound Cake

One thing that I have to warn you is to follow the instruction of cooling the cake for two hours before cutting it. I know it’s hard to resist and you probably want to grab a piece right off the oven. You have to wait for the Nutella to cool down so when you slice it, they will remain in swirls and pretty instead of messy and sticking to your knife. So, resist the temptation and you will have the best looking—and utterly sinful—Nutella Pound Cake. Enjoy!

RECIPE HERE: Nutella Pound Cake
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  1. Rumi says:

    Hi, im a huge fan of ur recipes they are all full proof perfect and never go wrong. Im a real amater in the kitchen but u make me look like a pro… Cant wait to try this, looks yummy… My nutella loving fiance is gonna luv this.
    Could u give the quantities in metric as well. Lots of love…

  2. Tuty says:

    It looks so tempting. This cake will definitely “ruin” my diet ;-)
    I will bookmark this for “future” baking plans. Thanks for sharing CP & Bee.

  3. Jasmie says:

    We have something similar to this locally. It’s called kek tapak kuda cos it looks like one (tapak kuda = horseshoe). It just oozes nutella goodness.

  4. Aneta says:

    Hi. How much grams in a stick of butter? Looks delicious

  5. Emily Koh says:

    Hi..the receipe looks good..I wanna try ..may I know..2 stick butter- how many gramme?


  6. Chow Hound says:

    This pound cake looks delicious. I’d eat anything with Nutella though. I grew up eating Nutella as a kid and I still love it to this day. I eat it by the spoonful sometimes.

  7. You mean I have to wait for it to cool? They will take a lot of willpower!

  8. Angela LoMonaco says:

    Can you clarify swirling in the Nutella? Are you doing this for the too layer only?

    • Lynn Doire says:

      I was wondering the same thing as Angela regarding the swirling, is it top layer only or swirl after the first addition of Nutella as well. I am defineately making this as my 13 yr. old daughter loves anything with Nutella….thanks for sharing.

  9. Wendy Decker says:

    My husband says this is the best cake ever! I added walnuts. The cake didn’t come off the loaf pan easily, so the cake came apart. It’s crumbly, but the taste is heavenly: gooey, crunchy and chocolaty. Will use a better pan the next time. Your recipes are the best!

  10. what an awesome looking cake! am sure this taste wonderful too

  11. Wendy says:

    I baked this cake yesterday and hubby says it’s the best cake ever! Of course mine looks nothing like the picture. I added walnuts. The cake stuck to the pan and didn’t come off easily. It was crumbly but tasted heavenly: gooey, chocolaty and crunchy. Thanks for the recipe.

  12. Mitali Sarkar says:

    You recipes are fabulous. This pound cake recipe looks great. I have yet to try a cake recipe that is less complex. Somehow I have not had the chance to bake cakes with fillings in them. You made it possible for me. Thank you.

  13. Azusa says:

    Tried it love it such an evil cake though! thanks for sharing Bee!

  14. Amy says:


    1and 1/2 cups of flour ie equivalent to how many grams of flour


  15. Amy says:


    11/4 cups sugar is eqv to metrics , how many grams

    Thanks alot

  16. Oh myyyy….. For a Nutella diehard lover, this is amazing. I’ll be making this for my church brunch this week with the addition of a nutty crumble topping. :-)

  17. cherry says:

    Hi, this cake look nice!! I am so going to try it. Can i use the aluminium tray instead? Cause got to bake for an hour, so i am not to sure if i can use the aluminium tray. And i don’t have a cup measurement, so is 1 1/2 cups flour like 204grams? thank you!!

  18. Modot says:

    Thank you for this awesome and great recipe. I will be on a holiday soon and the I will try this out at my home. So thanks

  19. Felicia Ng says:

    Hi, I tried this last Sat (15 Mar) and all who tasted it, LOVE IT! I will definitely bake this again. However, I have a question … may I know how to get a smooth flowing Nutella? Usually, after opening a fresh tub of Nutella and left it for a few days, the Nutella will turn slightly harden and it may not be easy to spread across the batter. Does anybody as any idea how to make it smooth running form again?

  20. shirley says:

    HI,after I pour in the 1st batter will follow by the nutella and the batter again and the nutella then the batter? am I rite.should I swirl in horizon or vertical?pls advise thks

  21. Laura says:

    Why did my Nutella sink to the bottom. Tastes great but didn’t look anything like the picture. What did I do wrong?

  22. Ellis Lai says:

    Hi, may I know can I use self raising flour instead of all-purpose flour as I only have self-raising flour at home.
    Also, 1 and 1/2 cups if using self-raising flour? Thanks!

  23. Aditi says:

    I want to bake this in a round pan…please help…asap as I have to bake it in 2 days as a birthday cake.

  24. J says:

    Hie I just ,
    Made this cake and the top half looks ok but the bottom half is a lot darker and the bottom has been dripping with butter and is looking very oily and greasy. What have I done wrong? Please help. I might think it is because I have greased and lined the tin with baking paper n have not floured the tin… Is that possibly the only reason? I have also used store branded ingredients instead of big branded ingredients. Could that be the reasons why it hasn’t turn out correctly?

  25. Fenny Setiawan says:

    I tried this recipes, Lovely. But my only problem, the nutella went to the bottom instead of layers (like the picture in your website), I am not sure why as I did the step by step instruction exactly like the one you wrote in your recipe :).

    I might give it a try again. Hope will have a better result.

  26. Sadaf says:

    Hey hi :)
    I made this cake and am waiting for it to cook!
    I read the comments and am afraid if the nutella sinks down, the cake doesn’t come out easily or anything else…But let’s hope everything comes out just great!
    But I have a question about the pan…you said 9*5″? It is about 22.5*10.5 cms. I used a 30*8 pan instead, they don’t have a huge different in quantity, but I could only have two layers of the batter. It was less batter than my expectation…Did I use the right sized pan?

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