Japanese Baked Kit Kats (Pudding Flavour)

Finally, my precious, this is in my hands. As the release of these bakeable kit kats went viral on the internet it left me in a pool of my own tears as I didn’t think it would make it to Australia. If you didn’t already know I have a bit of a kit kat obsession – I have eaten 26 different types and wrote about them in these two posts. The hobby of collecting kit kats became too expensive in Adelaide but I caved when I spotted the baked pudding kit kats at the Kawaii store in Chinatown ($7.35). I bought it without a second thought :P

baked japanese pudding kit kats

Maybe buying them on a 40 degree day wasn’t the smartest move as they ended up deformed and melty – oh well they’re going in the oven anyway ;) Eating them by itself was like a normal white chocolate kit kat but I only took one bite and threw the rest in the oven. Totally not wasting that crispy goodness.

baked japanese pudding kit kats

The instructions says to bake them on aluminum foil in a toaster oven (1000W and not preheated) for 2 – 2.5 mins. Bit unsure what that meant for Australian ovens so I fiddled around with the baking method a bit. My first try was setting the oven to grill mode where I watched it bubble away until I could see a crispy burnt top (a few mins).

baked japanese pudding kit katsbaked japanese pudding kit kats

I was actually surprised how good these tasted as it can be a hit or miss with Japanese kit kats. It was a lot like creme brulee with it’s crispy caramelised top, a crunch from the wafer surrounded by melted white chocolate that was like a gooey custard center.

baked japanese pudding kit kats

The second method I tried was just baking it which made it like a cookie – kinda like a sugar cookie where it crumbles away at each bite.

baked japanese pudding kit kats

In the end I liked the first method of grilling it as you get that crunchy caramelised top. Japan you so crazy but this is too awesome and totally worth the $7 :D I ate half the bag on the first day and then about 3 kit kats at once after that muhahaha.

8 comments for “Japanese Baked Kit Kats (Pudding Flavour)

  1. Dee
    February 6, 2015 at 9:55 am

    OHEMGEE. I need to get my hands on some!!

    • February 6, 2015 at 11:01 am

      Haha keep checking the kawaii store and you will bound to come across them :D

  2. priscilla
    February 6, 2015 at 2:09 pm

    Omg the grilled ones look delish @__@ i wanna try some now hahah

  3. February 7, 2015 at 5:14 pm

    I totally love Japanese Kit Kats too-it’s a pity they are so expensive to buy here. When we go to Japan we always stop off at every convenience store-hubby hates that :P

    • February 8, 2015 at 9:07 pm

      Oh I do that too, we would make good travel buddies peeking into every single convenience store and supermarket – you sometimes find flavours that aren’t available in supermarkets :)

  4. Janice Kwok
    February 12, 2015 at 6:40 pm

    Hello stranger! Hope all is well. Haha stumbled across this page :-) I’ve been wanting to try this kit kat, thanks for mentioning that it’s available from Chinatown! I’m so there!!

    • February 15, 2015 at 9:00 am

      Hi Janice! Thanks so much for dropping by and hope you’ve been swell too :) Good luck hunting them down – keep checking on the Kawaii store and you’ll be bound to come across them at some point :D

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