I know it’s not necessarily a popular choice, but I’ve always been fond of Heath bars. They’re on par with Skor in terms of crunchy toffee deliciousness, and they’re great on their own or crushed up on top of ice cream, in brownies and cookies, etc. Well, now they’ve gone and made a Heath ice cream cake and I’ve never wanted anything more.
- Ice cream cake is super underrated. I know, I know, who eats ice cream cake anymore? They are popular at children’s birthday parties but not necessarily at any adult gatherings. BIG MISTAKE. Ice cream cake is delicious, and now that there’s Heath goodness in it, I’m even more convinced that it needs to make a comeback.
- The cake isn’t entirely like the candy bar. Heath bars are comprised of a layer of crunchy English toffee covered with milk chocolate. Obviously that translates a little differently in ice cream cake form. This one is layers of vanilla ice cream and crushed up Heath pieces, chocolate whipped cream topping, and some Hershey’s chocolate syrup on the top. Sounds delicious to me!
- It serves about nine people… apparently. I mean, frankly, this would only serve one to two people in my house, but maybe you have more self-control than I do, I don’t know. Technically speaking, you should be able to bring this to a small gathering or dinner party and everyone can have a slice. Maybe not a big slice, but a slice nonetheless.
- It’s only available in certain stores. You’ll need to hit up your local ShopRite, Publix, Stop & Shop, Meijer, Tops, Market Basket, Acme, and Hy-Vee if you want the Heath ice cream for yourself. It’s sold at each of those shops for $15.99 each, which is a total bargain for all the deliciousness you’ll get out of it. What are you waiting for?