Rich Products creates Heath bar ice cream cake
The dessert contains crushed pieces of real Heath bars and vanilla ice cream.
Rich Products Corp., Buffalo, N.Y., said it created the first premium ice cream cake featuring Heath Milk Chocolate English Toffee bars. The dessert contains crushed pieces of real Heath bars layered between vanilla ice cream. The offering is finished with chocolate whipped icing and Hershey’s chocolate syrup drizzle.
According to Rich Products, the suggested retail price of the cake is around $15.99; the cake serves about nine. Shoppers can find it at Shop Rite, Publix, Stop & Shop, Meijer, Tops, Market Basket, Acme and Hy-Vee stores.
Heath bars are candy bars made with toffee, almonds and milk chocolate. They were invented in 1928 by brothers Bayard and Everett Heath from Robinson, Ill., and the candy bars are still manufactured in the same town where they got their start, Rich Products said.