Over Thanksgiving break I decided to make a giant Kit Kat bar. I had recently discovered that Nestle released the passion fruit flavored Kit Kat earlier this year in June. Of course delicious flavors like that would only be sold in glorious Japan and not in the US, so…. I made it myself! :D
This baby weighs approximately 7 pounds! It’s so many calories… I looked up the caloric content for other giant Kit Kats and they were calculated to weigh anywhere from 36,000 to 46,000 calories!!! :O Please don’t eat this all by yourself in one sitting.
Half of this giant Kit Kat is lined with coconut wafers and half is lined with peach wafers. I think the coconut wafer pairs better with the passion fruit flavor.
My mom has been gobbling up the portions the cut from the Kit Kat claiming that she loves it because it reminds her of durian and coconut. :/ The texture is also that of a ganache—very soft and melt-in-your-mouth. Maybe that’s also part of why it reminded her of durian. I’m not so sure I want the name durian attached to this Kit Kat though. My brother did not think it tasted like durian, so I think we’re okay! :)
Anyway, hope you enjoy the photos! :)
Compared to a Matcha (green tea) Kit Kat.
Pictured with the Japanese Passion Fruit Kit Kat label.
OM NOM NOM!!!
This thing was a monster to slice!
My brother, “The Process Documenter”.
Yanyi, my brother’s girlfriend, AKA “The Font Maker”
Step 1: Make and cut out the font.
Step 2: Heating the coconut cream and passion fruit pulp.
Step 3: Mixing the passion fruit cream and baking chips.
Click “Read More” below for the rest of the steps!