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Easter Kit-Kat Cake

Easter Kit-Kat Cake is so quick and easy to make, AND if you use a store-bought cake, you can have the Cake ready in minutes !

Easter Kit-Kat Cake

Most of you must have seen these Kit-Kat cakes going round. It is a great deal of fun making them and so quick and easy too.

After I baked the Cake and slapped some Icing on, it took me only minutes to finish this Easter Kit-Kat Cake.

Easter Kit-Kat Cake

I used a Cake Mix and made a simple Strawberry Buttercream frosting. You could also use a store-bought cake, which will save you even some more time.

Above you can see the pink of the frosting peeking out from underneath the Easter Eggs.

I did have a slight problem when I tied the ribbon around as my one arm was just not into working with the other one. But I think it still turned out kind of cute.

Easter Kit-Kat Cake

Something else I have seen, which I also like, is the use of those round cigar-shaped wafers instead of the Kit-Kat bars. Either way, one of these two (Kit-Kat or the Wafers) cakes will be on our Easter table this year.

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You can also use just about any Easter candies to fill the top of the Easter Kit-Kat Cake. Have a look around, the stores are packed with the most adorable Easter themed mini chocolates and other candies.

Easter Kit-Kat Cake

Easter Kit-Kat Cake
Prep Time
20 mins
Total Time
20 mins
 
Easter Kit-Kat Cake is so quick and easy to make, AND if you use a store-bought cake, you can have the Cake ready in minutes !
Course: Dessert
Servings: 1 Medium Cake
Author: Linda Nortje
Ingredients
  • 1 std Cake any flavor
  • 1-2 cups Frosting any flavor
  • 450 g Kit-Kat Chocolate Bars ( 16 oz )
  • 1 1/2 cups Small Jelly/Chocolate filled Easter Eggs
  • 6 medium White Candy Easter Eggs
  • Colorful Ribbon to tie around cake
Instructions
  1. Place one Cake layer on a serving tray – spread some Frosting over and top with the second Cake layer – lightly spread some Frosting over the top and also around the sides (spreading around the sides will help to keep the Kit-Kat in place once you remove the Ribbon)

  2. Break each Kit-Kat Bar into 2 or 3 sections and press onto the side of the Cake, going all around – tie with a pretty Ribbon
  3. Now fill the top with the Small and Medium Easter Eggs

That’s it ! Done in no time at all.

LINDA

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Carole

Thursday 3rd of March 2016

Hi Linda, this would be a great contribution to Food on Friday: Easter Foods over at Carole's Chatter. Please do bring it over. Cheers

Manila Spoon

Wednesday 1st of April 2015

How gorgeous, Linda! My whole family will rejoice if I make this cake for them! Love it!

Michelle Meche

Sunday 29th of March 2015

Nice Easter/Spring version of this cake. Kit Kat is my son's favorite candy and he especially loves white chocolate. Thank you for sharing with the final See Ya in the Gumbo party. And thank you for all of your participation over the years, Linda.

Dee M

Saturday 28th of March 2015

Love it, Linday -- it's just beautiful! :)

Mariet at Practicingnormal

Thursday 26th of March 2015

What a very pretty and easy cake to make. Great idea. I'm going to copy you for easter. Thank you for sharing. #MarvelousMonday

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