Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone! Chocolatey scone with Nutella spread both in the mixture and drizzled over the top. Baked in the slow cooker by me but no doubt works in the oven too. Fancy a bit?

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Don’t you just love Nutella? If you have a blender you can actually make your own Nutella at home and the big plus is you’ll know exactly what went into it.

I’d love to try this one day and see how it tastes, but for now I just used a jar.

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

Giant Scone

A quick treat for a very cold Saturday afternoon, I decided to base my recipe on a large scone with added Nutella.

The scone mixture itself is not that sweet, so you can go made with the toppings instead! It is delicious  served with whipped cream and Nutella drizzled over the top.

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

If you fancied it, you could add chocolate chips in with the mixture too. Of course, this may not be ideal if you have made some healthy resolutions this month!

In that case, just save it for another day (or give it to someone else like I do).

Baking in a Slow Cooker

I love to bake sweet treats in my slow cooker, I have more than one slow cooker so I can make a main meal for the family in one then a dessert or cake in another.

Bonuses for me of baking in a slow cooker are:

  • you can do something else while baking
  • as it is a slow cooker, your bake won’t burn quickly so it is more forgiving if you don’t bake much
  • tastes great and makes it more fun!

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

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Slow cooker Nutella giant scone - bake a comforting treat in your crockpot!

Slow Cooker Giant Nutella Scone

Slow Cooker Nutella Giant Scone

Bake this delicious treat in your slow cooker, perfect for Nutella fans
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  • 200 g plain flour I used golden whole grain
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • 25 g cocoa powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 55 g butter
  • 30 g caster sugar
  • 100 g Nutella
  • 150 ml semi-skimmed milk
  • Nutella and whipped cream to serve


  • Place the flour, baking powder, cocoa powder and salt in a large bowl.
  • Rub the butter into the dry ingredients.
  • Place the Nutella into a small bowl and heat gently in the microwave until it is thinner and more runny.
  • Stir the caster sugar into the main mixture, then add the milk and the Nutella and make a soft dough.
  • Grease your slow cooker pot lightly and place a large cake case in it or line it with baking paper. Double the layers to prevent the scone burning.
  • Spoon the mixture into the lined pot.
  • Place a tea towel under the lid and put the lid back on, and cook on high for 1.5 hrs or until firm.
  • Allow to cool, drizzle with more warmed Nutella and serve with whipped cream. Eat on the day you make it.


Note: I made this in a round 3.5 litre slow cooker.
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I’m sending this over to We Should Cocoa from Tin and Thyme, hosted by Lovely Appetite this month.

Also linking up with Bake of the Week with Casa Costello and Cook Blog Share with Sneaky Veg.

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Hello! Well done for the lovely recipes! How do I convert them for my 5.7ltr slow cooker pls? Just bought it and cannot get the hang of it!!! Thanks!

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I never thought you could bake in a slow cooker, this looks amazing.

I love the addition of nutella too one of my fav ingredients.


Ooh my, your scone sounds wonderful Lucy and I reckon you’re right, a bit of whipped cream has just got to be done. One of these days I’m going to bake something in my slow cooker – you are an inspiration. Thanks for joining in with #WeShouldCocoa.

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Sarah James @ Tales From The Kitchen Shed

You got me at Nutella! What a great idea to make a large scone & in the slow cooker too, delicious. Thanks for sharing Lucy.

I love Nutella and you can never go wrong with them. I have never thought of making myself as too much trouble. Love your slow cooker cake. It look brilliant!


As soon as I saw that this delicious bake had Nutella in you had me. I love the stuff! So anything that contains it is a winner in my book. Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare x


this looks and sounds delicious! love that it was made inside a slow cooker too x

Once again I’m amazed at what you bake in your slow cooker! What a gorgeous sounding bake. Thanks for linking up with #CookBlogShare x

Oh wow, I did not know I could use my slow cooker to make scones! Especially ones that look as delicious as this!! I’ll take the whole thing, yummy!

Oh my! What are you trying to do to us here? Shared 🙂

Lucy, yet again you have outdone yourself 😀 this looks AMAZING. Though I’d be inclined to COVER the top of it in Nutella haha. Can’t get enough of the stuff 😀


I LOVE LOVE LOVE the idea of a large scone! And I agree, nutella makes everything else out of this world!

I have never baked in my slow cooker.. your nutella scone looks so yum.. will defo give it a try

That looks amazing. Why have I never heard of a giant scone before?! Yum.

Is there anything nutella doesn’t improve? No, the answer is no!

I really need to try some baking in my slow cooker. This looks so comforting.