We all know the catchy jingle and slogan “Break Me Off a Piece of that Kit Kat Bar!” But do we think of the repercussions? Once you buy them, you are obligated to share with your peers, and like the good book states: If you give a mouse a cookie, he’s going to want more. You’re only given four pieces to begin with, and if you start sharing that with people, you are left licking the wrapper like you’re in the middle of a broken dream. You can either do that or become a psychopath and take a bite out of the bar as a whole. But then again, you still don’t get to enjoy it to it’s fullest. My solution? Funfetti Kit Kats.
Instead of one break-apart bar, you can make up to 20 individual bars that are easily shareable with friends and family. They are also 115 times better than the regular ones, and better when you sing the unofficial jingle:
“Hey you, look at this. Grab a snack that all the homies git. Kit Kats, BOOYYYEEE!!! Snap it, share it, put ’em in your pocket. YEAH!”
Funfetti Kit Kats
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 25-30 minutes
- Total Time: 30-35 minutes
- Servings: 4-5 servings
- Advanced Course
Place the white chocolate chips and ¼ of the vanilla extract into a medium-sized bowl. Boil over the stove on medium heat for about five minutes, checking every 20 seconds and stirring until mixed.
Remove from heat and mix in the sprinkles until consistent.
Dip each wafer biscuit into the white chocolate until fully coated. Use a fork to take each wafer out of the chocolate and let the rest of the chocolate drip off.
Place each handcrafted Kit Kat wafer onto the wax paper. Place in fridge for 5-10 minutes to cool.
While the coated wafers are cooling, pour in the milk chocolate chips and ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract into a stainless steel bowl. Boil over the stove on medium heat for about five minutes, checking every 20 seconds and stirring until mixed.
Take the Kit Kat wafers out of the fridge and drizzle the chocolate on top of them.