Snickers bars

  • 2 chocolate bars (approximately 200 grams or 7 ounces in total)
  • 330 grams (11.6 ounces) condensed milk
  • 100 grams (3.5 ounces) toffee
  • 100 grams (3.5 ounces) roasted almonds
  • 100 grams (3.5 ounces) butter (82.5%)
  • 50 grams (1.8 ounces) sugar
  • 200 grams (7 ounces) marshmallows


  • Saucepan

    Make sure to use a thick-bottomed saucepan for even heat distribution. Your chocolate, caramel, and nougat will thank you!

  • Silicone Mold

    A flexible silicone mold ensures that your bars come out easily without sticking. Get creative with different shapes for fun!

  • Spatula

    A heat-resistant spatula will help you mix your ingredients thoroughly. Avoid metal ones to keep your pans scratch-free.

  • Freezer

    Quick setting is key! Make space in your freezer to pace the process.


Step 1

This bar is much tastier than the ready-made original and incredibly easy to make! Use a vessel with thick walls for every cooking process; it’s crucial!

Step 2

Important: Use natural ingredients for the best results. All components are available at a regular grocery store.

Step 3

Step 1: Melt your favorite chocolate bar in a saucepan. Pour the melted chocolate into a silicone mold, ensuring to coat the walls. Place the mold in the freezer. Using a silicone mold will make it easier to release the bars later.

Step 4

Step 2: Mix the condensed milk with the toffee over medium heat until smooth. Add the roasted almonds and pour this caramel mixture into the mold with the chocolate. Put it back in the freezer. Stir continuously to prevent the mixture from burning.

Step 5

Step 3: Heat the butter and sugar over medium heat. As soon as it boils, add the marshmallows and stir until the mixture forms a viscous, homogeneous mass. Pour this nougat over the caramel layer in the mold. Return to the freezer. Keep stirring the marshmallow mixture to avoid sticking.

Step 6

Step 4: Melt another chocolate bar and pour it over the nougat layer in the mold. Place the finished dessert in the refrigerator for 2 hours to set. Voila! For the best texture, allow the layers to fully set between additions.


Serving Suggestions & Ideas: 🍫

Oh, the joy of biting into a cold, homemade Snickers bar on a hot day! 🌞 **Pair these bars with a cold glass of milk** to enhance the creamy taste and crunch. For a more sophisticated touch, serve a small piece on a dessert platter with a scoop of vanilla ice cream 🍨 and a drizzle of chocolate sauce. Are you hosting a party? **Cut the Snickers bar into bite-sized pieces** and serve them on a platter with toothpicks – it’s a crowd-pleaser! 🍢

For a fun twist, try crumbling a bar over your morning oatmeal or yogurt 🍧 for a yummy start to your day. If you're feeling experimental, take the Snickers bar experience to the next level by incorporating pieces into a batch of homemade brownies 🥮 or cookies 🍪. The possibilities are as endless as your creativity!


Gluten-Free and Vegan Variations 🌱:

Gluten-Free: Ensure all your ingredients, especially the chocolate and toffee, are certified gluten-free. Double-checking labels never hurts!

Vegan: Swap out the condensed milk for a plant-based alternative like coconut condensed milk 🥥. There are plenty of dairy-free options for chocolate bars and marshmallows available in stores. Use a vegan butter substitute, and you won't miss out on the classic taste!


  • Why is the thickness of the saucepan important?

    Using a saucepan with thick walls ensures even heat distribution, preventing the ingredients from burning or sticking. It makes the cooking process smoother and the end product more consistent.

  • Can I use regular molds instead of silicone?

    While you can use regular molds, silicone molds are recommended because they are flexible and non-stick, making it easier to remove the bars without breaking them.

  • How can I make sure my caramel is the right consistency?

    Keep an eye on the caramel as you heat it. It should be smooth and not too runny. If it gets too thick, you can add a little bit more condensed milk to achieve the desired consistency.

  • Can I add other nuts besides almonds?

    Absolutely! Feel free to experiment with different nuts like peanuts, cashews, or hazelnuts. Each will give a unique texture and flavor to your bars!

  • How can I store these homemade Snickers bars?

    Store them in an airtight container in the fridge. They can last up to two weeks if kept cold. Just remember to let them sit at room temperature for a few minutes before serving for the best texture.

  • Can I double the recipe?

    Yes, you can easily double the ingredients to make a larger batch. Just ensure your molds and saucepans are large enough to handle the increased quantity.

Nutrition facts

Homemade Snickers bar
Recipe Yield:8 servings
Calories:Approximately 475 calories per serving
Calories (Min - Max):450 - 500
Total Fat:25g
Saturated Fat:15g
Total Carbohydrate:50g
Total Sugars:40g