Have a Bake, Have a KitKat!
Japan is famous for its Kit Kats. The country has a slew of unique flavours that aren’t available elsewhere. In January 2014, it got the first Kit Kat specialty store and now Nestlé Japan has developed a new mini KitKat that can be eaten as chocolate bar or baked. [Click pic to enlarge]
When put in the oven for two minutes, this KitKat becomes like a crispy cookie.
Working with Japanese chocolatier Takagi, who recently developed KitKat‘s first boutique, the company has developed the world’s first KitKat that can be baked to be released across Japan from March 24th.
It comes in two varieties, KitKat mini original chocolate and KitKat mini pudding.
Nestlé advises that KitKat Bake has been developed in Japan, specifically for baking; and that baking of other KitKat products should not be attempted!
Japan is famous for its Kit Kats. The country has a slew of unique flavours that simply aren’t available elsewhere. In January 2014, it got the first Kit Kat specialty store.
Called Kit Kat Chocolatory, the store will open on January 17 at the Seibu Department Store in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro. It will be located in Seibu’s basement, along with the department store’s other food sellers (In Japanese department stores, the basement is typically home to amazing and delicious food vendors.)
According to IT Media, the Kit Kat Chocolatory will offer special Kit Kats that are aimed at adult tastebuds and suit each season. The specialty shop is teaming up with sweet shop Le Patissier Takagi for its gourmet Kit Kat store, with pastry chef Yasumasa Takagai overseeing and developing new Kit Kats.
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