Thermomix Chocolate Nougat Recipe


Have you ever thought about making Thermomix chocolate nougat? Homemade is great! With hazelnuts, at Christmas you will taste a genuine product of great goodness. :-)

And if you want to make an impressive combination, serve the Thermomix chocolate nougat with a glass of Barolo Chinato. Thanks to the bitter-sweet contrast present in both foods, a balance is achieved between the sensations of chocolate and those of wine: the sweetness, the taste-olfactory persistence and the aromaticity of the first are in harmony with the amiability, the aromatic strength and the taste-olfactory intensity of the second.

It is always a great satisfaction to prepare this type of recipe with the Thermomix! These types of recipes seem very complicated to make, but with the Thermomix they are easy!

Instead of buying chocolate nougat, you can do it yourself, with the chocolate you choose and with good hazelnuts you buy where you know they are not treated. In short, the advantage is always in the fact that you know the raw materials and you know what you are eating.


(for 750 g)
- 200 g dark chocolate
- 5 g seed oil
- 120 g milk chocolate
- 100 g white chocolate
- 200 g Nutella
- 150 g toasted hazelnuts

Let's cook

Put 120 g dark chocolate in the mixing bowl and chop 10 Sec. Speed 8.

Add 5 g seed oil and heat 5 Min. 50C Speed 3.

Pour into a plumcake mold to coat it with the melted chocolate. Make it adhere well even on the edges up to about 4 cm in height. Leave to cool first at room temperature, then in the fridge for 30 Min.

Put in the mixing bowl, without washing it, 80 g dark chocolate, 120 g milk chocolate, 100 g white chocolate and chop 10 Sec. 6.

Add 200 g Nutella and heat 5 Min. 50C Speed 4.

Combine 150 g toasted hazelnuts and mix with the spatula.

Pour into the mold and leave to cool first at room temperature for 30 minutes and then in the fridge for 3 hours.


To make Nutella at home, take a look at my Nutella homemade recipe.

A little advice: if you can, use a silicone mold so you can detach it more easily ... with a non-stick mold it is better to put baking paper or aluminum ;-)

If you don't have a plumcake mold, you can use a disposable rectangular aluminum mold and then, with the help of a sharp knife, divide the nougat obtained into two or three parts.

Translated from the Torrone al cioccolato
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