Kit kat chocolate
Last Updated : Jan 05,2018

Kit Kat Chocolate Glossary |Health Benefit + Recipes with Kit Kat Chocolate |
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Kit Kat is a chocolate-coated wafer biscuit bar. Each bar consists of fingers composed of three layers of wafer, covered in an outer layer of chocolate. Each finger can be snapped from the bar separately. Bars typically have 2 or 4 fingers. Larger Kit Kat Chunky bars are also becoming popular now. These chocolates serve as tasty snacks, and are also used in a variety of desserts like cakes, pastries, milkshakes etc.

Crushed kit kat chocolate fingers
To get crushed kit-kat fingers, you can place the fingers in a dry grinder and crush into smooth or crumbly texture. At the same time, you can also crush the fingers by breaking them into pieces and then placing them between two sheets of butter paper or wax paper and crushing them using a rolling pin to a desired consistency. They can be crushed coarsely or finely as per the recipe requirement.
Kit kat chocolate fingers
Kit Kat fingers are slender crispy wafer fingers covered with creamy milk chocolate, which are attached to each other to make up a complete bar. These individual fingers are generally used for decorating and garnishing desserts like cakes, pastries, gateau etc.

How to Select
Check the expiry date before buying the Kit Kat chocolate.

Culinary Uses
Kit Kat chocolates are a popular confectionary item amongst children and adults alike.
They can be used to decorate puddings, cakes, biscuits, homemade chocolates and cookies.
They may also be added as a topping on ice creams, custards and frozen yoghurt desserts.

How to Store
Always store the Kit Kat chocolates with the wrapper or in an airtight container, either in the refrigerator or in a cool and shady place away from direct sunlight.

Health Benefits
Kit Kat chocolates are a quick source of carbohydrate,and help ward off hunger.
Since Kit Kat has layers of milky chocolate, it is high in calories and sugar content and should be eaten in moderation. Else, it may cause dental caries.

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Kit kat chocolate
 on 31 Jul 21 04:57 AM

This chocolate is so yummy!!
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Tarla Dalal    Thanks for the feedback !!! Keep reviewing recipes and articles you loved.
31 Jul 21 03:45 PM