The other day I read about Milky Way Bar Sauce in Tessa Kiros’ Apples for Jam. It is barely a recipe, but I knew I had to try it. We are all about homemade ice cream this summer and I am always looking for new sauces to drizzle on top. This one is decadent to be sure. In fact, it is so rich I’ve only made it twice. The problem with it is that it is so terribly addicting I can’t stop sticking my finger in it when it is in the fridge. I’ve had to resolve to only make it for company so that they eat it all up and I have none leftover! It is literally made by melting Milky Way bars and cream together until a decadent, gooey sauce forms. I usually remove it from the heat before the bars are completely melted so it is still a little chunky. It is so amazing delicious and gooey, nougat, caramel, chocolate and cream, all melted into one rich sauce. It really can’t be beat!
Milky Way Bar Sauce
adapted from Tessa Kiros’ Apples for Jam
6 Milky Way Bars, roughly chopped
1 cup heavy cream
In a small saucepan over medium heat melt the cream and milky way bars until they form a smooth, silky sauce. Remove from the heat and drizzle over ice cream.