The next step was to add a layer of wafer. This was the trickiest part of the whole thing, too much wafer would make a KitKat nothing more that a chocolate box of dust. I eventually added 4 layers.
followed by a little side project called “Pimp My Wafer”, like this:
This tasted wonderful and made me realise that in this project, I could have something very special. The final step was to pour in a load more chocolate, and because of the mishap with the first plastic dish, I decided to fill to the brim:
After this photo was taken, I poured in even more chocolate and smoothed over the top the best I could. This was then popped back into the freezer, and I came back to the computer to type this. So by now it should be finished, and It’s time to reveal…..
Is this the biggest KitKat Chunky in the world – I do hope so! It looks magnificent, and whilst I chickened out of writing “PimpThatSnack.com in chocolate dribbles on the top, I started to wonder how on earth this thing could be eaten. I should have realised. The chocolate is way too thick at the corners, but for a first attempt, it is something to be proud of, and to love.
Finally: The cross-section of this monster bar and comparison.