Turtle Cheesecake Dessert

It seems a bit odd that something with caramel, chocolate and pecans mixed together would be named after a cold-blooded reptile, but we’ve found the origin story! It turns out, Turtles brand candy were developed in 1918 by Johnson’s Candy Company. The caramel-chocolate-pecan candies started off as non-uniform blobs, but when one of the candy dippers mentioned that they looked like turtles, the company because producing them in turtle-shaped molds. Now, the “turtle” flavor is on a variety of desserts, but we love it most topped on cheesecake.


 

Turtle Cheesecake  Dessert

Turtle Cheesecake

It seems a bit odd that something with caramel, chocolate and pecans mixed together would be named after a cold-blooded reptile, but we’ve found the origin story! It turns out, Turtles brand candy were developed in 1918 by Johnson’s Candy Company. The caramel-chocolate-pecan candies started off as non-uniform blobs, but when one of the candy dippers mentioned that they looked like turtles, the company because producing them in turtle-shaped molds. Now, the “turtle” flavor is on a variety of desserts, but we love it most topped on cheesecake.


 


Turtle Cheesecake

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Turtle Cheesecake Dessert, One Piece

Serving Size: 1 (Piece)

Order Size: 1 per order

Calories
Calories from Fat
Total Fat
g
Saturated Fat
g
Cholesterol
mg
Sodium
mg
Total Carbohydrate
g
Dietary Fiber
g
Sugars
g
Protein
g
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Allergen Information


Contains: Wheat, Milk, Egg, Pecan

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