Kit Kat. Definitely one of my favourite brands for chocolates but what’s even better is one that comes overseas! One of my best friends sent me a bunch of different Asian snacks. I told her to surprise me with various kinds so I could review them!
Kit Kat Cheesecake is one that I’ve been wanting to try for awhile. This Kit Kat is something that you have to bake yourself before having to eat. Unfortunately since I was unable to read the instructions in Japanese on the back, I just googled the instructions online.
I was instructed to pop it into a toaster oven and to toast it for 2.5 minutes. They specifically said not to toast it for any longer than that or it goes up in flames and you’re left with this burnt melty mess. There was quite a few explicit photos of the burned products, so if you want to see how they look, feel free to find them online.
I had two little packages of the Kit Kat Cheesecakes and I placed both o them into my little toaster oven and set my timer to 2.5 minutes. Immediately I knew it was beginning to melt and “bake” because the tops began to turn brown and it began to melt.
The little Kit Kat bars melted and ended up looking exactly how I wanted it to be. One of them was a little more melted than the other but it was tasty nonetheless. It was a lot sweeter than most of the Kit Kat bars that I’ve had, but it might just be due to the fact that it was white chocolate.
Overall I really enjoyed the experience of having to bake a chocolate bar, but I still much prefer to just open the wrapper of my chocolate bar and immediately eating it. I think it would be more worth while if there as some sort of cake that could feed more than one person. If you ever get a chance, I recommend trying it at least once.
~Miss Happy Penguin