Kit Kat Cake Recipe

Show Stopping Kit Kat Cakes Recipe Roundup

 

One of my most popular posts is the Kit Kat Cake that I created for my sister. It is a very easy cake to make and looks very impressive. I use a box mix to make the process even simpler. I love the look of these cakes so much, they can be adapted to any occasion, I even made a version for Canada Day.

I have seen some other A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. Kit Kat Cake versions and wanted to share some of them with you.

how to make a kit kat Cake recipe Round Up

 

Kit Kat Canada Day Cake via Little Miss Kate

Kit Kat Birthday Cake via Little Miss Kate

She’s A Teenager Cake via Mom Vs The Boys

Kit Kat Birthday Cake For Boys via Mom Vs The Boys

Easter Kit Kat Cake via Jade Louise Designs

Halloween Kit Kat Cake via Jade Louise Designs

Easy Colourful Crunchy Candy Cake via Raising Memories

Remember a little slice of Kit Kat cake (2 bars) is all you need, so 1 cake can feed a large group of people.  And trust me when I say that this cake is a show stopper! Guaranteed you will get tons of compliments, and shhhhh you don’t have to tell anyone just how easy it is to make!

So have you tried a Kit Kat cake before?  How did you decorate it?

 

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15 thoughts on “Show Stopping Kit Kat Cakes Recipe Roundup”

  1. I really love the look of these cakes – I can totally see myself creating a Pinterest fail but I still love the idea of something different 🙂

  2. Jodi Mitrovic

    Oh my goodness… these look like heaven and cutting based on your 2 stick guide definitely means there’s lots to go around! I love the Birthday Cake!

  3. Yum! I had never heard of a KitKat cake before reading about it here. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  4. Thank goodness I saw this post today! I’m going to attempt to make the Canada Day one for the fam jam! They all look absolutely amazing!

    thanks

  5. the possibilities are endless…..definitely using Kit Kat for my girls cake. I better start planning this out, her birthday is coming up soon!

  6. Shannon comerford

    hey, i was thinking of doing this cake for my junior cert Pratical.
    I was going to make a Victoria sponge cake with a layer of chocolate butter icing on top and in the middle. .
    Then adding the kit kat around it and designing the top with the sweets as you did so..
    I was just wondering is there any other way of decorating the top other than the one line of sweets you have on yours.
    I think this is a fab cake! but in order for me to be able to do it i need a creative top to for me to get the points i need.

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