Are you in a hurry to make a nice birthday cake or a cake for a leaving do? If you are you might want to try and make a Kit-Kat cake. Why? Because they look amazing, are pretty simple to do and you can make them in a variety of styles, much like the ten you are about to see…
This little piggy Kit Kat cake is one of the newest Kit-Kat cake styles on the scene! With pigs bathing in mud theme on the top and the outside of the cake surrounded by Kit-Kats it looks rather complicated to make, but a winner for sure. If you liked this style and want to see more designs do check out my post “Pigs in mud Cakes”.
When is a cake not a cake? When it’s a cheesecake! And this looks like one very tasty cheesecake indeed. I would only take one slice from this, then the rest is mine!
Do you hate Christmas pudding? Well, why not try something slightly different with this very festive Kit-Kat cake! With green and red coloured M&Ms and a nice snowman ribbon, it is sure to go down a lot better with the whole family than some sill traditional fruit and spicy pud!
While it can be done, making the KitKat bars stick to the side of the cake is not easy at all and is best done with a ribbon. Or maybe some quick freezing would do the trick.
Talk about tasting the rainbow! What about tasting double the rainbow, with this rather sugar coma-inducing 2 tier cake! I do have to be fair and say that this is one very impressive Kit Kat cake indeed.
With the M&M’s perfectly arranged, this one stands out from the crowd and will make anyone with OCD very happy indeed. That is what I love most about these cakes, the sheer number of layouts and designs. Everyone seems to have their own way of making them.
Just when you thought a Kit Kat cake was sweet and sugary enough, along comes this bad boy. Made with Nothing more than layers of Ice-Cream and layers of Kit Kat cakes it sounds just too good to be true. Just pass me this and a spoon and stand well back!
It does have to be said that this one is rather beautiful! With a pretty white ribbon bow to finish it off, this would be perfect for an anniversary party or happy event other than a wedding. The only problem with this style is as soon as you cut a slice of cake out, there is then an avalanche of Maltesers to deal with!
Chocolate cake, covered in Chocolate cream, surrounded by Chocolate Kit Kats and all finished off with Chocolate Rolos! I would have liked to have seen more Rolos on this cake, but I suppose beggars can’t be choosers and besides, it looks classier that way.
Not so much a full-on Birthday cake, more party snack cupcakes, but that doesn’t stop these Kit Kat cupcakes from being epic! I will tell you now that getting hold of the mini kit-kat bars is not easy. But the good news is, that there is now a KitKat bar that is made up of the little KitKats! That or the party ones will be perfect.