Nutella-Mallow Pillow Pockets

When I tell you this, take me very seriously…, don’t walk to your nearest grocery store and make these today! I knew I wanted to make a Nutella treat the other day and when this simple idea came to mind I had no idea how crazy good it would be!

The pastry with the gooey disappearing marshmallow and nutella make for a treat that you just must try for yourself!


Can you handle this line up?! Sorry, I forgot to add one egg for the egg wash 🙂

Um….this stuff should be illegal. I think one could devour the entire jar in one sitting! Well, maybe just me 🙂

Ok, easy easy. Spread your Nutella onto center of each pastry square, top with mini marshmallows and fold over!

Take a little fork and crimp those edges, nice and firm.

Next, you’ll brush with an egg white wash and sprinkle with sugar, mmmmm!

Get a load of this! How crazy good does that look baking in the oven? Wait until you sink your teeth into it 🙂

I sprinkled mine with a little powdered sugar 🙂

Oooey, gooey and delish!


Nutella-Mallow Pillow Pockets

1 package puff pastry, 2 pastry sheets thawed

1 Cup Nutella spread

1 Cup mini marshmallows

Egg white wash: 1 egg white whisked with 1 Tablespoon water

Powdered sugar for dusting

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cut each square of pastry into 4 equal size pieces (I trimmed mine just a little). Spread a couple tablespoons of Nutella spread onto the center of each pastry leaving 1/2 inch border around edges. Top each with about 12-15 mini marshmallows and fold over to form a little triangle. Crimp edges firmly with the tines of a fork. Brush with egg white wash then sprinkle with granulated sugar. Bake for 22-25 minutes or until pastry just turns golden. Remove and let cool for 5 minutes, sprinkle with powdered sugar then dig in!

8 pockets


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117 Responses
  1. Susan

    OK. Makes only 8. Double would be 16. Good. Three jars of Nutella. Yes, three. Two for the double recipe and one for eating while making the treats so I know I will have enough Nutella for the treats!

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  4. Maggie

    I saw this and had everything but the Nutella…so I substituted cookie butter from Trader Joe’s…or you could use Biscoff spread…and it was just delicious!!
    Thanks for the great idea!

  5. Thank you so much for creating this recipe, it was really delicious and fairly quick to make. Though I found it was improved a bit with banana slices added into it and kept the Nutella gooier. The rest of my review of it is here- if you’d like to check it out. If I wanted to make the turnovers smaller would you suggest that I cut the cooking time down by five minutes or more?

  6. Oliver and Phillip

    These look terrible. Not the recipe. We are literally looking at them right now and they are visually hideous. There is chocolate evereywhere. We have not tasted them yet.

    We have just tasted the ugly ones. We are crying into each other’s arms. Don’t judge a book by its cover. Or a really ugly “pastry” exploding with caramelized nutella by how detestable it looks.

    Anywho, thanks for this scrumdiddlyumptious recipe, Jenny. We will find a way to personally repay you. Soon.

    Oliver and Phillip
    Professional party planners/ boogie dancers/ scavenger huntists.

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  9. sjagirl05

    Do these have to be served warm or can I make them before guests arrive and serve them after dinner at room-temperature?

  10. Hello Jenny! Long time since we have spoke. I hope all is well.
    I love these nutella pillows, the blend of marshmallow make it interesting…
    Take care.
    All the best Chuck

  11. Bailey

    sooooooooooo. I just made these, but instead of marshmallows, I used crunchy Nutella.
    UM, YES?
    they’re so good and they’ve left my house smelling lovely.
    I’m forever grateful for stumbleupon leading me here.

  12. Meagan

    I just made these. I’m gonna have to try again later this week. I’m not sure what I did wrong. Maybe I didn’t leave them in the oven long enough (27 minutes) they were golden brown and looked amazing. Then I ate one and it wasn’t flaky. delicious and gooey though. good enough for me to want to attempt this again. Good thing I stocked up on Nutella at Costco.

  13. Hayley M., SC

    AAAAAAAMAZING!!!! Just baked these and they pretty much changed my life! LOL. You are a wonderful cook with great recipes! I’m such a fan! Thank you so much!

  14. dey

    Just wanted to tell you how wonderfully amazing these were. They were so easy to make and just about wanted to die with every bite I took- so delicious!

  15. Tess

    OH MY. Found your recipe thanks to Stumble Upon a few days ago, just had my first bite of one of these and I’m in love! So fab and easy and delicious. I can’t wait to make these for a party. I added a little cinnamon to the sprinkled on sugar for a little extra yum.

  16. Kaili

    You are a god! Oh and you are definately not the only one that can eat a jar of Nutella in one sitting. Lol we bring ours to work and eat club crackers, brownies, and even chicken with ours (its suprisingly good) lol when I saw this I saved it because I am DEFINATELY making them when I get paid!!

  17. IQTech

    Maranatha makes a Dark Chocolate Almond spread that is even better than Nutella. I plan to give this recipe a try with their spread!

  18. Simone Taylor

    I just “stumbled” upon your site and was immediately smitten. Thank you for blogging, thank you for sharing… sites like yours give me inspiration.

  19. Kitten

    Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow. These look AMAZING. I can image eating these with a creamy hot chocolate (with more marshmallows, obviously) and dipping them in. nom nom nom 🙂 these will be getting made this weekend as a super special treat.

  20. I have to say that we LOVED these.. note: if you are out of mini marshmallows, we used the whole ones and cut them in half and it was just fine.

  21. john b

    really? and what’s the transfat and sugar content of these? yeah, nice and healthy. go ahead…feed them to your overweight offspring so they can take after their overweight parents and add another burden to society.

    the only good thing about fat people is that they tend to not live very long so they end up costing society less money.

  22. Stephen

    Can’t help thinking these would be even better if you actually rolled out the puff pastry lightly so it had a more even rise and delicate texture. Straight from the box, the texture tends to be a bit heavy and thick. You’d also be able to get more than 8 from a box, but perhaps would need to use less filling. I shall have to experiment! 🙂 I wonder who on earth will eat the test batches! 🙂

  23. Tiffany

    These came out SO good.. I ended up making another batch and cut up the puff pastry into very small squares to make bite sized ones… they were a big hit at work! Thanks!

  24. Amy

    Jenny, random question…but where did you get the printed napkins in your photos? They are just my style! Can’t wait to try the recipe for these…I often makes smores with nutella in place of chocolate, but these will be even better with the puff pastry crust!

  25. Melanie

    I tried these last night and LOVED them! I was wondering how they might be with jam or lemon curd instead of nutella. Any thoughts on that? Thanks!

  26. Oooey, gooey and delish is right! Bad thing for me to visit as I start my “30 day cleanse”. Harrumph…I can still dream….30 days until oooey, gooey and delish! 🙂

  27. OH. MY. GOSH. It’s like you’ve known me all my life and posted just what I need right now. Those look absolutely amazing and I will definitely be making them asap. I’ll post them on my blog but give you full credit and link it to your blog. Love it, thank you!

  28. When my daughters were young they would wrap canned biscuits around marshmallows – it had a “disappearing center”. They loved them! These pillow pockets take it one step further with the extra goodness of Nutella and a much better outer crust! My daughter (who is now all grown up) wants these waiting for her when she visits for Thanksgiving!

  29. Crissy

    I thought these were very good. Atleast the part that I could eat. This is the first time I’ve used puff pastry and something must have been wrong with it or I did something wrong because the inner layers didn’t bake up. Is there such a thing as bad puff pastry?

  30. Nicole Peck

    Oh my word. I LOVE Nutella and am always stumped at ways to use them other than on toasted mini bagels from Costco (which is the only thing I do with it). LOL I MUST try these.

  31. Natasha

    Oh believe me!! It is possible:) I consumed a half of a jar of Nutella when I was in Italy last summer in less than 10 minutes..and I’m 15 and under 100 lbs..haha it is COMPLETELY possible. 🙂

  32. Jude

    These are SO yum! I make a version with choc chips instead of the nutella, marshmallows and a few frozen raspberries. Extra yummo!!

  33. I wish you lived next door, Jenny.
    These are fabulous and I will be making these with my daughter who is a nutella freak. These are going to be awesome. Thanks for sharing!

  34. MAMOM

    Leaving for the market to get the ingredients as instructed; it’s only 7pm~ dessert time! Will report back on the results…if I can get myself off the couch after eating them all!! I love Nutella. I love puff pastry. I love to be praised by family, friends, and neighbors that think I measured and labored for hours when it really only took minutes!

  35. Kristen

    Cannot wait to make these for my dad when I go home for Thanksgiving! He LOVES Nutella. My mom makes him Nutella croissants, but these look even better!

  36. That’s why I never buy Nutella, I’d eat it all and it’d never get used for a recipe! lol

    These sound really good! (I love your note paper for the recipes, how do you get that?

  37. Jenny your photos are incredible! That one in the oven with the sugar bokeh is outta this world!! And that last one, with the flaky puff pastry?? Love it!! This looks delicious – and dangerous – as I currently have all three of those ingredients on hand!! 🙂 xoxo

  38. Becky B

    Oh wow! I can’t wait to try this! When I was in Italy a few years ago I had something similar, nutella stuffed in a sweet crescent roll, I’m excited to try this!

  39. How did the marshmallows fare inside that puff pastry? I made something similar once – my puff pastry s’mores- and ended up having to squeeze a little marshmallow creme on top since the marshmallows melted into oblivion inside the puff pastry! Nutella is a great idea for stuffing inside there 🙂

    1. Hi Lori,
      The marshmallow actually gave a perfect chewy consistency to the Nutella which I didn’t expect. Some of it oozed out, but what was left inside was delish! I’m afraid to make these again because I could easily eat a whole plate without blinking an eye! Lol!

  40. NOOOOO how will I ever get back on track with my weight when you keep coming up with such scrumdidlyumptious recipes!?!?!?! I’m going to have to do as another fellow commenter stated and make only as a special treat!
    Amen to you being the next Betty Crocker! Can’t wait for the cookbooks!

  41. Abbeu

    You’re kidding right? All weekend I have been staring at Nutella and Marshmallow fluff thinking how I should put them together! Oh gosh now I must have!

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