The Cheesecake Factory Is Diving Back Into The Dessert Game With 2 Ice Cream Bar Treats

Fans of The Cheesecake Factory know that it's difficult to leave one of the franchise's restaurants without a full stomach. A standard dinner at The Cheesecake Factory consists of several filling courses. After chowing down on heaping pasta dishes, many of which have calorie counts in excess of 2,000, the chain's celebrity chef Alain Ducasse-inspired fried mac & cheese balls, and of course, towering slices of cheesecake, it's unlikely that you'll have enough room leftover for even a single bite more.

Nevertheless, if you somehow manage to leave the table after a colossal Cheesecake Factory dinner feeling a bit unsatisfied, you can now stop by your local grocery store and keep the meal going. Just pick up a box of the chain's new original-brand ice cream bars, which feature all the flavors of the chain's classic cheesecake. While there are some Cheesecake Factory foods you might want to avoid, these two delectable dairy desserts certainly shouldn't be included on that list.

The Cheesecake Factory's new ice cream bars

In a recent press release, The Cheesecake Factory revealed that it was introducing a pair of ice cream bars to grocery stores across the nation. Though these dessert items are not currently available in all of the company's more than 30 cheesecake flavor offerings, the Original Cheesecake and Strawberry Cheesecake ice cream bars are sure to tickle the taste buds of the franchise's fans. Both bars have a base of cheesecake-flavored ice cream and are coated in a layer of crunchy chocolate. A four-pack of the Original Cheesecake bars costs $5.49, whereas a pack of the Strawberry Cheesecake flavor will run you $5.99.

This isn't The Cheesecake Factor's first foray into the realm of frozen desserts – in 2020, the chain started selling pints of cheesecake ice cream. Furthermore, the restaurant hasn't only created products that cater to fans of its sweet selection. The Cheesecake Factory's brown bread is sold in supermarkets, which means that you can now have essentially the full Cheesecake Factory experience from the comfort of your own home.