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Sunday, May 12, 2024

Heath Bar Cake Easy Recipe

Do you like Heath Bar? You'll love this cake!

Heath Bar Cake Easy Recipe - (Cakes)

Ingredients:

1 angel food cake (ready-made is fine)
6 crushed Heath bars
2 cups heavy cream
1 jar caramel/butterscotch sauce (10.4 ounces)

Directions:

Slice the cake horizontally into 3 layers. Whip the cream until it is stiff, and add sauce slowly. Ice each layer with the mixture and sprinkle with candy crumbs. Ice top & sides after the cake is back together. Refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight.

Thoughts On Heath Bar Cake:

I love toffee, almonds, and milk chocolate, so it goes to say that I love Heath Bars. This candy bar is the perfect mix of the three mentioned ingredients. This Heath Bar Cake recipe is super simple and you can make it quick. If you don't have much time, and you have an event you are going to where a sweet treat is needed, you will hit a home run with this easy recipe.

More Information For You:

The birthday of The Heath Bar was in 1928. Eventually, the candy bar made it into the hands of soldiers who fought in World War II. You can discover more information on this candy bar by visiting the True Treats article called The Heath Bar: America's "Finest" Toffee which includes great historical pictures.

Some Questions For You:

Do you like candy bar cakes? If you do, what is your favorite candy bar cake? Do you have a favorite you would like to see here on my recipe blog? I would love to post it for you. Also, did you miss my last recipe? If you did, it is called Cashew Chicken Easy Recipe and you will enjoy it too. Let me know what you think of it in the comments on that post as well.

My Thoughts For Today:

Weber Grill

Pork Steaks

I feel I am a little late in getting the grill out and cooking great-tasting meats but I had a craving to make the time. I wanted to cook pork steaks. To me, the taste of charcoal-grilled pork steak is very nostalgic. I have great memories of my family cooking pork steaks. It was a great summertime for the family. The cookout would usually include canned pork and beans, BBQ chips, potato salad along green beans.

I have mentioned in previous posts I love using Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning and I use that seasoning on my steaks and black pepper as well. The taste is terrific and I would suggest you try it. You will want to lightly sprinkle the creole seasoning as it can be very salty. The combination is wonderful.

As always, Keep on cooking!

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