The best way to eat Heath Bars is nice and slow. Bite a piece off, and allow the milk chocolate to melt on your tongue, leaving behind scrumptious toffee bar. Okay, who are we kidding? This would take some serious will power!
It does not matter how fast or slow you eat one of these tried-and-true favorites, it is sure to satisfy. Heath Bars were first released in 1914, and have not lost their popularity. How many candies can you think of that are at least a century old, and still as popular today as ever?
These Heath Bars are individually wrapped, making them the perfect treat to hand out during family movie night. The chocolate and toffee combination is also scrumptious on an array of desserts. Smash a couple Heath Bars into a crumble, and add a layer to the top of a cheesecake or pan of brownies. They are also an easy way to bring a lot of excitement to plain vanilla ice-cream.