Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Have a Break, Have an Oven Baked Kit Kat

Oven baked Kit Kat from Japan
SIL's boss just came back from Japan and gave her some Kit Kat as souvenirs. In Japan, you can get a variety of Kit Kat and some are as special as this ~ Oven Baked.

We were surprised how does this Oven Baked Kit Kat works. SIL was curious too as this was her first time eating it.

When the Kit Kat went into the oven, the whole house smells so nice ! The white chocolate browned very nicely, just like caramel. It had very milky aromas too.

However, the Kit Kat was TOO SWEET for us even it was unique. The kids loved it nevertheless.

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    1. I find it interesting too....

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  2. Oooh. Interesting indeed. But I also cant take much. Too sweet for me. I am not a sweet tooth person.

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    1. I'm not a sweet tooth person too...I prefer savory food. But once a while, cakes and ice-cream will satisfy my crave.

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  3. I love kit kat, hehe!!! But not the oven baked one...hahaha~~~

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    1. Oh...you tried before ? I kept some kit kat in my office. To munch when I felt sleepy. hehe

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  4. Uiks...dont think i saw that before. Yea I dont like too sweet things

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    1. Too sweet bad for health too. haha...... but I do prefer salty food over sweet.

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  5. oh that's interesting.. must go and find this Kit-Kat when i go to Japan later.. so far i have not seen this, but yeah, there are so many Kit-Kat flavors in Japan, and i love the Sakura Green Tea one the most :)

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    1. I tried the green tea kit kat too (from Japan) but I don't really like green tea desserts / snacks.

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  6. Should be nice to enjoy with a cup of coffee. Strong coffee :-)

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    1. wow....you really knows how to match your food. haha..... Good taste.

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  7. This is really interesting, never can do like that~

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    1. Ya...interesting. But too sweet to my liking

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  8. Didn't know we can baked kit kat ! Really interesting !

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    1. I was curious too at first, but found out that the baking is actually to make the white chocolate browned / caramelized. Too sweet for me.

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  9. Wow, first time I hear this! Hmm, didn't remember seeing this when I went to Tokyo back then.. Interesting :)

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    1. Japan have lots of interesting products. Hope to visit Japan one of the day in my life........

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  10. interesting....can we bake the normal kit kat??

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    1. Will a regular Kitkat bar bake? Watch to find out!
      http://youtu.be/AGdIUSrkO9I

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