Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

From the country with the most interesting Kit-Kat flavours, comes this: a Kit-Kat sandwich you can order at a fast food chain. Sure, why not? Picture: Entabe

Though, I bet somewhere someone in a moment of snacking depravity has put Kit-Kats between bread. However, no fastfood chain has ever sold such madness to the masses. Until now.

Fast food chain First Kitchen is rolling out the Kit-Kat sandwich in Japan. According to website Gigazine, this sweet treat is a Kit-Kat that's topped with whipped cream and orange peel and stuffed between two slices of white bread.

Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

Website Entabe took a photo of the sandwich on a fancy plate. Thanks, Entabe!

This isn't your typical Kit-Kat bar, but rather, "Kit-Kat for Cafe," which is specially designed for dipping in hot beverages. This makes the Kit-Kat sandwich crispier than a regular Kit-Kat bar would. On Twitter, people are saying the sandwich "tastes better than expected."

Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

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Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

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Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

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Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

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Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

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Kit-Kat Sandwiches! Japan Has Kit-Kat Sandwiches.

Picture: Gigazine

Available for a limited time only, it's priced at 220 yen ($2.40) per sandwich. Chocolate. Whipped cream. Orange peel. Bread. What's not not like? Maybe the bread part. But I might give it a whirl. I might not! WHO KNOWS. I do, that's who.


Comments

    Ima be honest...

    It looks absolutely delicious :(

      Agreed!

      Luckily it's probably a pretty easy DIY recipe.

        Looks like two pancakes, kitkat, spray cream and orange peel..... NUMMY.

          Yeah. When you start saying pancake instead of implying two slices of a loaf of bread it becomes way more appealing.

            It's not white bread as we know it, it would be one of the many sweet milk dough breads.
            Some do taste a little like pancakes with a fresh bread texture, really light and fluffy

            Last edited 22/03/15 5:00 am

    You're killin' me Smalls. It's basically a s'more but substituting the cracker for bao bread and marshmallow for cream. Looks delicious.

    This actually looks nice. A lot better than some of the stuff that Americans come up with. I think it's the clean presentation that's fooling my arteries from hardening just at the sight of it.

    Your "two slices of white bread" look like pancakes.

    I feel like if this was freely available at fast food stores in my vicinity I think I would live of the things, however short that may end up being after taking up such a diet. Next time I get the chance I will try my own interpretation of this to determine whether the lesser foods surrounding the Kit-Kat detract from or add to the Kit-Kat experience and whether this would be a viable whole (albeit small) meal.

    Immediately went to check if there's a First Kitchen near me. There is! Delightful! It is listed as permanently closed. Less delightful. I have only one day here left. :(

      Ok. So I got one in Shibuya. It's sandwiched between 2 pikelets, and the cream should be substituted for ice cream. Surprisingly, the marmalade is what makes it. As it is though, would not recommend.

    “Kit-Kat for Cafe,” which is specially designed for dipping in hot beverages.

    I'm sorry, but this implies that normal Kit-Kats aren't perfectly designed for this purpose. They clearly are.

    You might be able to make a substitute with thick flapjacks or piklets instead of the bread.
    Will have to give that a go sometime soon.

    Like a Nutella sandwich, but with proper chocolate rather than something diluted wih hazelnuts.
    i'm rying to think of who mkes extremely thin chocolate bars, to substitute for the Kit Kat.
    Hershey, perhaps?

    One could substitute the KitKat alternatively for two TimTams and...

    Oh christ. Oh dear lord. Dare we...?

    I'm in japan as we speak, totally getting one

    Should use brioche and ice cream :)

    Hmm wonder if waffles will work this.

    shopping list for the week kit kat, whipped cream, waffles. Is the orange peel really needed?

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