12 Do’s and Don’ts for a Successful nougat candy bars
This nougat candy bar recipe is my best friend. It is so easy to make and it tastes just like the real thing. If you like the real thing you would be able to purchase the right ingredients and prepare it yourself.
You want to make something sweet, because you can make it without the ingredients. This recipe is from my friend, Mike Vahn. I have a recipe for it here, but you’ll most likely want to make it yourself.
What’s amazing is that this nougat candy bar recipe is one of the simplest ones you can make, yet it tastes as good as the real thing. The reason why is because you can easily store and prepare it with whatever you have on hand. In the video below, Mike makes nougat candy bars using just a package of brown sugar and the chocolate chips, which he does after the recipe is made.
I made the nougat candy bar recipe this way, with a package of brown sugar in my kitchen, and then cut the chocolate chips into small cubes. It was surprisingly easy to make and extremely delicious.
One of the other great features to nougat candy bars is that they can be baked in advance so you can prep ingredients ahead of time. You can do that here too.
I’m not going to spoil the nougat candy bars with this little recipe, because it’s a shame, but if you want to make them a bit more appetizing to you, I highly suggest using the same recipe and using the recipe in my next recipe.
It turns out that I did a bit of research into the process of making them, and it turns out that, if you cut the chocolate chips into small pieces and put them on paper towels and freeze them, they will keep for a month at room temperature while you bake them in the oven.
One of those things that just seems like it’d be the perfect treat for kids. The main difference between this and the regular nougat bars is that all the chocolate chips are frozen, so you get to make your own flavor using the same recipe. You can also bake the bars in a muffin pan, just like the regular version, but I do recommend freezing them first.
I love this, because it comes without the risk of eating the entire batch. That’s a real plus. I think the only real downside is that the chocolate chips that you get are a little on the chalky side. If you want to use them to make a batch of nougat, I would say that’s fine.
I always get a surprise when I do this. I put some chocolate chips and some ice in the chocolate bar and it kinda melts, but after 10 minutes its still kinda melted. I love that. I’ve never really made a vanilla nougat before. It was just there on the stove for like five minutes, so I just wanted to test it out.