WHAT: Kit Kat Sandwich
MADE OF: In further proof that you can stuff anything between bread (heh), a Japanese fast food chain launched a Kit Kat sandwich.
The recipe opts for a crispier “Kit Kat for Cafe” designed for dipping into hot drinks and nestles it between two spongy slices of white bread. Other frills found on the sugar high include orange peels and whipped cream. Each sandwich runs a mere 220 yen ($1.83) and is available for a limited time. Not bad for a 3D Nutella sandwich.
For everyone else not in Japan, you’ll have to settle for swapping the sausage in a McMuffin with the Kit Kat bar you found melting in your car.
FOUND: First Kitchen