8 responses

  1. bleeding espresso
    February 4, 2008

    Oh I love babka! In addition to my Italian heritage, I also have some Lithuanian, which in babka-talk is close enough to Polish ;) Add Nutella? Wow! Fabulous!

    Thanks so much for sharing this :)

  2. Cakespy
    February 6, 2008

    Wow Jessica–Babka just got a whole lot better! I wish I could help you taste it. I could totally see this as a trend!

  3. Marni
    February 6, 2008

    oh my goodness! I am a babka fanatic! Sometime I’ll have to post my grandmother’s recipe.

    Thanks for inspiring me! I’m so glad I found your blog. :)

  4. amanda
    February 9, 2008

    I swear, nutella makes everything better. Toss it in some babka and you have the key to world peace. No joke. How can anyone be angry/sad/pissed when they are busy chomping on yummy dough swirled with rich chocolate hazelnut spread?!

  5. imani
    February 13, 2008

    Wow! what a feat! I’ve been meaning to try the babka muffins from Barney Greengrass. I’m way to lazy to make my own dough these days.

  6. Vera
    July 4, 2008

    These look absolutely delicious! That’s true, Nutella can improve already seemed perfect recipe.

  7. kim phillips
    July 29, 2008

    wow. these look and sound incredible. i think i’m going to have to make them myself! Thanks for the recipe, and maybe you’ll enjoy consuming Nutelle this way: Paolo Ulian’s Finger Biscuits

  8. Jan
    September 24, 2008

    The nutella didn’t break down. You overpowered it with all the extra chocolate (not to mention the type of chocolate you used) and most especially the cinnamon.

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