noun. nuts or fruit pieces in a sugar paste.
- nougat (French)
- nougat (Occitan (post 1500))
Sentences with nougat
1. Noun, singular or mass
The Snickers certainly is a crowd-pleaser with its caramel-covered nougat layered in peanuts and dipped in milk chocolate.
Originally, they made the Snickers bars by pouring peanut butter nougat onto a large tray, layering caramel and peanuts on top, hand-slicing then dipping each bar into melted chocolate.
It is a nougat confection made from sugar, honey and egg whites.
4. Verb, base form
A close cousin to marshmallow and nougat, divinity candy is made by whipping a hot mixture of sugar and corn syrup into meringue until it becomes stiff.
5. Noun, plural
Sugar, chocolate, caramel, nuts and nougat are several examples of ingredients used to make candy that are high in calories and, in some cases, fat.