Top Rated Hazelnut Recipes

French Toast
French toast is a classic, easy brunch dish everyone should know how to make. This recipe is jazzed up with strawberries and chopped hazelnuts. Click here for 6 Sweet and Savory Strawberry Recipes.
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Pear, Prosciutto, and Hazelnut Stuffing
Crisping the prosciutto and toasting the nuts adds a powerful punch of flavor to the stuffing without going overboard on fat. Packaged chopped hazelnuts are available in most major supermarkets.
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Blueberry Hazelnut Coffee Cake
This not-too-sweet coffee cake is an ode to Portland, Oregon, where hazelnuts, blueberries, and weekend brunches reign supreme. With this cake, you can celebrate and savor all three, anytime, anywhere. — Camilla Saulsbury, Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook
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Hot Chocolate
This hot chocolate is bursting with flavor and filled with wholesome ingredients. It’s perfect for a blustery winter day.
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Banoffee pie, as tartlets. Shortbread cookies make these bite-sized desserts an easy feat, and real bananas and hazelnuts give it flavor and crunch. 
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Some of the best hazelnuts in the world are grown in the northern part of Italy, in the Piedmont region. Nearby, the region of Lombardy is home to gorgonzola cheese, and just over the mountains in Switzterland is where they make Gruyère. Like the geography that connects the ingredients, the flavors in this delicious sandwich come together seamlessly. 
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Pomegranate seeds add beautiful color and juicy flavor to this simple grain salad balanced with peppery arugula and crunchy bits of celery.
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Cookie Dough and Hazelnut Truffles
Coat these no-bake, no-cook cookie dough truffles in rich chocolate-hazelnut spread. These desserts are easy, but messy to make — the kids will love to help! Recipe courtesy of Ben Roche, a top pastry chef in the U.S.
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Try this exquisite, elegant take on the soufflé, fragrant with aromas of hazelnut. A little fruity poached pear in the center of each soufflé makes for a delightful and welcome surprise. — Will Budiaman Click here to see the Hazelnut-Pear Soufflé Video.
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Zucchini and Hazelnut Salad
Fresh hazelnuts are wonderfully sweet and juicy. They have a short season, from mid-August until October, but are worth using for this salad if you can get them. Try them first and decide for yourself whether you want to roast them as I describe, or keep fresh. With or without hazelnuts, this makes the most luxurious summer starter.
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In celebration of the holiday season's best cocktails, we bring you an exciting new flavor: Baileys with a hint of Hazelnut. That's right, your beloved Irish cream has a new seasonal flavor. The Haute Hazelnut was made by New York City mixologist Pamela Wiznitzer. 
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