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  • Serves 20
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients

154 Comments

This¬†Kit Kat Cake is a quick no bake, no fuss cake.¬† But when you put it together, it’s a fancy looking celebration cake!

We love how easy it is to pull this cake together; just grab a few packets of Kit Kats, a bag of Smarties and a big piece of ribbon and you’re ready to roll out the Kit Kat Cake.

There are so many variations you could create for this Kit Kat Cake – replace the smarties with crushed Oreo Cookies, make a Rainbows & Sprinkles theme by using pink Kit Kats and a mound of multicoloured sprinkles and glitter!

Or you might like to turn your Kit Kat Cake into a farmyard – replace the Smarties with green coloured coconut and add a bunch of tiny little farm animals (just don’t let the kids eat them)!

Above all, have fun! This cake is wonderful in so many ways – easy, quick and everyone is guaranteed at least one yummy Kit Kat finger!


Ingredients (serves 20)

  • 1 Cadbury Chocolate Ice Cream Cake (from Coles)
  • 38 Kit Kat fingers (19 twins)
  • 400 grams Smarties/Beanies

Method

  1. Take ice cream out of packaging and place on round cake board. Be sure you have a container or box that can fit cake as you will want to put this back in the freezer when finished.
  2. Use twin kit kats or break into twins and place around cake. Tie ribbon around kit kats.
  3. Pour Smarties or Beanies on top and distribute evenly. Wah la!!!

Notes

Keep a stock of Kit Kats in the pantry - buy them when they are on special. You will need 3 packets for this Kit Kat Cake.

  • You could totally make this for Xmas by just using red and green smarties or M&Ms.

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  • Wow. A great celebration cake.

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  • Ooh yummy, that looks very nice.

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  • Looks amazing and it’s such a good idea!
    Will need to try making it.

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  • Such a great fun idea that the kids would love

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  • So easy and so colourful

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  • Not something I would make I’m afraid but it looks colourful.

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  • Wow this is a great cake hack for beginners! Love it

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  • Love these cakes. So easy and effective

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  • Think I have found a cake for next month. It has chocolate and ice cream, think might even get the two of them to share it two. Now to figure out another cake for that day for 3rd person.

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  • Fantastic idea – who needs to wait for a birthday – this cake can be a special award cake for good kids.

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  • Looks like an expensive cake to make but, since it’s only once in a while, it will be worth it to make the person feel very special

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  • Most unhealthy thing I have seen, would be expensive to make too, hate to see the kids going hyper afterwards too.

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  • Wow!!!!!! Kitkats around a cake actually look quite fancy!

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  • Looks simple and super sweet

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