Kit Kat desserts are just what they sound like: desserts made with Kit Kats.
I’m talking scrummy cakes, delicious cookies, yummy truffles, and more!
Kit Kats are classic chocolate bars with a wonderfully satisfyingly crunchy wafer center.
But as fantastic as they are straight out of the packet, they’re even better in these Kit Kat desserts!
And since you’ll no doubt have an abundance of Halloween Kit Kats leftover, why not try out a recipe or two?
I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
15 Easy Kit Kat Dessert Recipes To Use Up That Leftover Halloween Candy
This ice cream cake looks like so much fun – because it is!!
Full of Kit Kats, ice cream, cookies, and more, it’s hard to beat that kind of over-the-top indulgence.
Surprisingly, it’s also spectacularly easy to make.
You won’t do any cooking. It’s more about arranging, filling, freezing, and decorating.
Start with the Kit Kats, arranging them as a barrier to hold the ice cream. Then, fill the bottom of the cake pan with an Oreo cookie crust.
Finally, add layer after layer of softened ice cream, top with Cool Whip, and decorate with candy.
(Remember to freeze when appropriate between layers.)
I know this cake looks similar to the one above. But there’s one key difference: the filling is sweet-n-tangy cheesecake instead of ice cream.
You can prepare it with just seven ingredients in as few as 30 minutes.
Then, stick it in the fridge to chill for several hours before serving. (Overnight is best.)
Pretty easy, huh?
In the mood for something thick and fudgy? These Kit Kat brownies are just the thing.
They’re similar to regular brownies but have crunchy Kit Kat centers.
They’re super rich, so one will probably be enough to satisfy you. And you’ll absolutely love the contrasting textures.
Make these for your next Halloween party, and everyone will go nuts!
Because I love Kit Kats so much, I always have them in the house. And this cookie bar recipe is my favorite way to use them.
These bars are so easy to make and are somewhere between cookies and blondies.
They’re thick, chewy, and feature a double dose of chocolate.
You’ll use mini chocolate chips and mini Kit Kats. Could it get any better than that?
(Hint: the answer is no!)
While cookie bars are great, there’s nothing wrong with classic cookies. And these are soft, chewy, and will melt in your mouth.
The only parts that aren’t pillowy soft are the broken Kit Kat pieces, which provide plenty of crispy goodness.
Why settle for chocolate chip cookies when you can have something better and more chocolatey?
One look at that picture, and I know you know they’re pure decadence. I mean, check out those layers!
You’ll make the base with peanut butter and Rice Krispies. Then there’s a rich chocolate layer on top of that.
And finally, you’ll load it down with crunchy toppings, including Kit Kats, more peanut butter, Rice Krispies, and chocolate!
One piece is all you’ll need to satisfy even the most severe sweet tooth.
Want to make something impressive but hate cooking? No problem!
These five-ingredient dessert squares require no cooking whatsoever – just a little microwaving, some assembling, and chilling.
They’re chocolatey, crunchy, and delicious. Best of all, they look great and take no effort to make.
Oh, man, skillet cookies…I don’t make them often because they’re so indulgent and impossible to resist.
When I do make them, though, this recipe is one of my favorites.
It makes a warm, thick, Kit Kat-infused cookie that’s simply to die for. And the dulce de leche and chocolate topping? A dream!
Serve a slice of this with a big glass of milk, and you’ll send everyone around the table into a silent, blissful stupor.
Craving Kit Kats but don’t have any? Make your own with this eight-ingredient no-bake dessert!
The bars don’t look like Kit Kats but do taste and feel like them.
If you’ve looked at the ingredients list, I know what you’re thinking. There’s no peanut butter in Kit Kats!
True. Still, these somehow are almost spot on in taste and texture.
10. Kit Kat Cake
I know! I know! We’ve already seen something like this one – twice!
It isn’t an ice cream cake or cheesecake, though. It’s just a regular cake surrounded by crispy Kit Kats.
If you follow this recipe, you’ll have a chocolate-on-chocolate cake that’s about as indulgent as it gets.
That said, this would work with any sponge you prefer!
So, whip up your favorite cake, and line it with Kit Kats. Just don’t forget to tie a bow to hold them in place.
Then, fill the top with M&Ms or another favorite candy. Voila! Kit Kat cake!
11. Kit Kat Cupcakes
Kit Kat cupcakes are fluffy, moist, and full of chocolatey goodness.
You can use any recipe to make the sponge, although the one here is great if you like light, airy cupcakes.
The Kit Kat component comes in with the frosting. It’s rich, creamy, and so incredible.
Stick a Kit Kat on top, and call it a day!
Everything about this pie screams SUGAR HIGH WAITING TO HAPPEN!!!
And to be fair, it pretty much is.
After all, you can’t combine ice cream, Kit Kats, and caramel without the result being super sweet.
Still, it’s a gorgeous dessert that’s perfect for breaking out on special occasions.
There’s something about blondies that makes them irresistible. Maybe it’s the sweet, vanilla flavor or the gooey texture.
Whatever the case, blondies rock. And these fudgy Kit Kat blondies are even better than most.
They’re perfect for dessert or even a snack on the go. And they’re Thick, with a capital T.
Featuring whole Kit Kat bars, they’re too good to share!
This easy-to-make trifle is the ideal dessert for parties. It’s quick, uses just seven ingredients, and tastes heavenly.
It’s also layer upon layer of cake, Cool Whip, chocolate pudding, and candy. What’s not to love?!
15. Kit Kat Truffles
You can whip up these tasty Kit Kat truffles with just three ingredients: Kit Kats, chocolate, and sweetened condensed milk.
They’re sweet, rich, and slightly crunchy in the center. They’re also beautiful and make excellent gifts or party treats.
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