Chocolate not doing it for you? Try some baked Kit Kats instead


But I'm lazy so bake them for me

Japan is well known for its exclusive and extravagant Kit Kat flavours, with the likes of cherry blossom, green tea and wasabi joining the more standard milk chocolate and orange varieties. Creating new flavours just isn't enough these days, as Nestle have just released their first bakeable Kit Kat.

It will initially be available in custard pudding flavour, but they've already begun trialling new flavours at the Kit Kat Chocolatory in Ikebukuro. After just two and a half minutes in the oven, you'll have yourself a delicious baked treat! I don't know about you, but I think that qualifies as changing the chocolate scene. If custard pudding bakeable Kit Kats still have any chocolate left in them, anyway. 

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