Right up there at the top of the list of geek foods are Kitkat bars. It is one of the best candy bars around and Google even named their OS after it. Well, now Nestle is launching a version that you need to bake. A Kitkat cake if you will.
Nestle has been known to release some really strange flavors of Kitkat in Japan. Everything from Soyabean to Sweet Potato to Red Chilli to Wasabi to Blueberry cheesecake, and more. Too bad they don’t try this tactic everywhere. However, this new flavor is something entirely different.
The top layer of the pudding flavored mini Kitkat slowly melts when heated and fuses with the wafer-biscuit giving a dark brown texture. But you do have to bake it. What do you think Kitkat aficionados? Is this something you would like to try? It is scheduled to hit the Kitkat cafe on March 24th, where the baked “Kitkat” will be sold for 500 Yen (or $4). It sounds good to me. Hopefully it will be available elsewhere soon as well. If you try it, let us know.
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