Released January, 1921
The Pros:An officially licensed product of the MLB - a way to support baseball. Covered in lots of peanuts - great for nut lovers. Unique center - a combination caramel/nougat filling.
The Cons:Very sweet - might be too sugary for some. Not much nutritional value. The tasteless chocolate coating is overpowered by the nuts and filling.
Baby Ruth is a popular candy bar, originally released in 1921. The product is purportedly named after former President Grover Cleveland’s daughter, Ruth Cleveland – not the famous baseball player Babe Ruth.
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However, Baby Ruth remains the official candy bar of Major League Baseball. The major components of a Baby Ruth are chocolate-covered peanuts, caramel and nougat. The product is available in several different sizes; Full Size, King Size, Fun Size and Miniatures. A variety of spin-offs exist as well, including a Baby Ruth ice cream bar and the Baby Ruth Crisp, which is also an ice cream product.
- Rich chocolate outer layer
- Chocolate-covered peanuts
- Caramel filling
- Nougat filling
- Fudgy taste
- Official candy bar of the MLB
- Baby Ruth ice cream bar and Crisp versions
- Full Size (2.1 oz), King Size (3.7 oz), Fun Size, Miniatures
User Reviews (2)
an officially licensed product of the MLB - a way to support baseball
covered in lots of peanuts - great for nut lovers
unique center - a combination caramel/nougat filling
above average taste for a mass-produced candy bar
very sweet - might be too sugary for some
not much nutritional value
the tasteless chocolate coating is overpowered by the nuts and filling
slightly unappetizing appearance
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