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 !
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.
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.
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.
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
- 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
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)
- 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
- Now fill the top with the Small and Medium Easter Eggs
That’s it ! Done in no time at all.
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