How to make Kit Kat ‘Fries’

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When it comes to guilty pleasure foods, fried candy bars are definitely at the top of our list. Once upon a time, these insanely good snacks could only be enjoyed while spending a day outside at the fairgrounds. But why wait for a special occasion when making them at home is so simple?

As for which candy bar to surround with crispy deliciousness, we found a confection combination that’s a match made in sweet-tooth heaven: Kit Kat Fries.

Can you imagine it? First, you have the already amazing crispy cookie middle surrounded by creamy chocolate. Then, you add a hot, sweet, flaky fried blanket around it until the ingredients blend together into something even greater than a simple candy bar.

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Oh, Bite It’s recipe for Kit Kat Fries only requires five ingredients. Well, six if you want the optional caramel dipping sauce — though we’re not sure why that’s considered optional. But what we really like about this recipe is that it’s as easy as rolling the individual Kit Kat sticks into an egg roll wrapper. There’s no batter to mix with your stand mixer or worry about.

Worried about how to roll the Kit Kats to get the perfect fry bite? Oh, Bite It gives a step-by-step tutorial for the recipe, including helpful photos for the Kit Kat rolling process you can follow in your own kitchen.

The time it takes to roll each bar individually is worth the investment. Between the cookie layers and the other layers created by the egg roll wrap — all fried up to a crisp, golden brown — these Kit Kat Fries are almost irresistible. The combination of the flaky fried layers and the warm, melty chocolate center will make it a challenge to have just one.

We recommend frying up plenty of those Kit Kat fries to feed both you and your family. Otherwise, you may not want to share!


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