Heath Bar Dessert Topping
Heath candy bars are one of my favorite treats. When I discovered the Heath Baking Chips I was one happy momma! Don’t tell anyone but I keep baking chips in the pantry for those times when I need a chocolate fix. For some reason the guys think baking chips are not the same as regular chocolate so they are always ready for me to grab a handful.
I like to sprinkle the chips over ice cream, brownies..ok just about anything! While making a soufflé the chocolate sauce was burned and the only other chocolate in the house were my treasured Heath chips.
Now… we have another amazing dessert topping!
3 ounces half and half or heavy whipping cream
1 bag Heath candy baking chips
Place cream in small pan and heat on low just until it starts to bubble (don’t boil it).
Remove pan from burner and pour in the chocolate chips
Whisk until the chocolate is melted. The toffee chips will not dissolve.
Serve over.. right.. just pass a spoon please!
This can be stored in an airtight container for quick snack bites or you can warm it in the microwave for 10 seconds at a time.
Wow this sounds so delicious and I am going to try it and quite possibly not share. Well I might share or take to coffee morning next week with my gal pals at book group Thanks for sharing
Kalliope D. says
Delicious recipe!! <3 Thank you so much for sharing it! 🙂
Sandra Watts says
That looks so delicious drizzled over that cake. Great idea and recipe.
This looks delicious and would be so good on ice cream. I may have to try it as a treat sometime.
Michael Lambert says
I love heath bars and this sounds so good. I will have to see if my wife could make this!
This is a great, simple recipe. Now we have another topping for our homemade ice cream sundaes.
kathy downey says
Oh my goodness,this looks delicious
DEBRA GIFFORD says
This looks and sounds delicious to me! I love Heath bars so I am certain I’d love this topping. Thank you for sharing. I am going to pin it for later use. Merry Christmas!
Deb E says
I remember trying the chips before and they were delightful. I misread the title though and thought it was Health bar topping. One can only hope!
Jennifer Hiles says
I haven’t had a heath bar in forever. I must have forgot how good they are. Oh my goodness looking at this is making me so hungry. I’ve got to try this one too!
Dorothy Boucher says
yummy!! what a quick way to put something together for pop in guest for the winter time 🙂 and yes I do love that the recipe is easy and it doesn’t take much time up loll thanks for share
They make heath bar chips? I’m going to buy a few bags. It’s one of my favorite candies. I keep bags of chocolate, white chocolate, butterscotch chips on hand to snack on too. I have to make this. Please, keep the recipes coming!
Heather Swarthout says
Oh my, there’s almost no ingredients in this recipe and it looks so darn delicious. I’m drooling over that second photo up there. Thank you for sharing this!
Natalie Schwartz says
Wow! This looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing 🙂
MaryJo Tsitouris says
I love heath bars and this sounds easy (super yummy too)! Thanks for the recipe! 😉
Rebecca Parsons says
I love heath bars and can imagine this now on anything I make.
laura rubenstein says
All I can say is OMG!!! AMAZING
carol L says
OMG, my mouth is watering.:). I love Heath Bars aand to see this mixture brings aa big smile to my face.Thank you so much.
Trish F says
Oh its recipes like this that makes me miss sugar. I can’t have sugar and Heath Bars were always my favorite candy. Well thanks anyway I will need to keep searching for a recipe for sugar free Heath candy.
Tracie Russell says
Thank you so much for posting this! My Son just saw it and said “Mom, we have got to make that!!!” Heath Bars are his all-time favorite <3
Shannan Robeton says
This looks so delicious.I will be making this recipe this year for sure!
Jodie Rector says
Wow! I love Heath bars but I didn’t know about baking chips! I going to try this, thank you!
kathy downey says
Thank you for the recipe.
Carolyn Massey says
Didn’t know you could find Heath Bar Toppings until I saw this blog. I found them at my local store. I put it in brownies when baking and on top of ice cream or sometimes just eat them out of the bag.
Debra Evanson says
This recipe for Heath bar dessert topping sounds wonderful! I am definitely going to have to make it
denise low says
Thank you for the recipe. We make all kinds of candy for christmas.