TikTok recipes have easily become one of the main reasons why I spend more hours than I should on the video-sharing app.

I know I am not alone in this though because the recipes hashtag TikTok, has over three billion views.

Spending time in the kitchen is how most of us were able to stay sane during the worse days of the pandemic. Nowadays I check the hashtag when I need some inspiration in the kitchen or for a quick snack idea.

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Caught snacking is a great account for quick and easy-to-make recipes. The account, which is said to be run by chefs, posted a video making 2-ingredient Nutella cookies and I have been hooked since.

In the video the chef explains that anyone can make the cookies at home, all that is needed is some Nutella and flour.

Here is the full recipe:

Ingredients:

300g Nutella

150g Plain flour

@caughtsnackin2 ingredient Nutella cookies 🀯🍫πŸͺ #Nutella #recipe #ukfood #cookies #chefsoftiktok #ramsayreacts #food #chocolate

♬ Renee – Sales

Method:

Combine the Nutella and flour in a bowl

Roll out a blob of dough in your hands and place on a tray covered in baking paper

Squeeze to shape with a spoon

Bake in the oven at 180Β° for 10-15 minutes

Followers of the account quickly tried the recipe to see if it was legit.

One user wrote, β€œI tried. No joke they’re so nice, but a lot of chocolate.”

Nutella cookies. Picture: Instagram @bakedandco_

Another wrote: ‘I made these last night and my dad asked me to make them again today.’

Another joked: ‘Usually when someone says two ingredients, they mean 10, thank you for being honest,’ a third added.