White Rabbit Ice Cream Bar
Do you ever tell yourself that you’re not going to buy any desserts this week, but you find yourself peering into the Costco dessert freezer doors just to “take a look,” and you mysteriously end up with a box of something sweet in your cart? That was me. I mysteriously ended up with a box of White Rabbit Ice Cream Bars in my cart! I couldn’t resist seeing if the White Rabbit Ice Cream Bar stacked up to the iconic candy from my youth.
Read more to get information on the White Rabbit brand, nutrition information, and shopping information.
White Rabbit Candy History
Like many of you, White Rabbit Candy was part of my childhood. I remember unwrapping those little white, chewy, creamy-flavored candies covered in rice paper.
That iconic red, white, blue, and black design with the side profile of a rabbit was quickly recognized in candy aisles, and it definitely caught my eye when I saw it in the ice cream case at Costco.
The famous candies were first made in the 1940’s in Shanghai, China. Guan Sheng Huang Food Group, a government run company, currently owns it. Over the decades, it has become a symbol of China and is loved around the world. There is even an ultra-modern flagship store in Shanghai that features all things White Rabbit.
If you’re interested in learning more about the candy’s history, check out this article by CNN: How Shanghai’s White Rabbit candy became a globally beloved brand.
Nutrition Information for White Rabbit Ice Cream Bars
Now, back to those ice cream bars! See below for the nutrition facts from the back of the box.
- Purchased a box of 10 White Rabbit Ice Cream Bars for $11.39 at Costco in Hawai’i.
- They were delicious and creamy! Think soft, cold version of the famous candy.
- Would I buy it again? Heck yes! I’m already thinking of stocking up, before it sells out!
- Interested in other frozen desserts from Costco? Check out these posts: Jonny Pops or Mauna Loa Ice Cream.