Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Melt white chocolate and add almond oil.
  2. Toast nuts and spread on cookie sheet.
  3. Spread chocolate over nuts and chill.
Most Helpful

The easiest candy to make in the world I think. I was looking for one that kids could start with and this was perfect. It was good that you mentioned toasting the nuts. It gives a much better flavour result. I also chopped them first and mixed the nuts in with the chocolate before pouring and that worked as well. Good with slivered or sliced almonds. Because I wanted it to be really, really thin, and didn't know how much it would produce, I just spread parchment paper over the countertop and started pouring. Tips learned from (expensive) experience: white chocoate melts at a really low temperature, and can burn easily if you have it on direct heat. I melt it slowly in a mixing pan set over hot water. Thanks, Moe.

Jangomango November 13, 2002

Good recipe. I made it with just almonds. I was trying to duplicate the hard to find expensive "Almond Bark" that you buy in candy stores. It worked. For my purposes I would not mix the nuts in again as recommended by a reviewer, and would definately heat the white chocolate over a double boiler to insure that it becomes "very" soft and creamy.

Bob Jr December 19, 2002

Things were going well with melting the white chocolate until I added the almond extract instead of almond oil. Next time I'll know better.

dobradenkam December 22, 2015