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  • Kathy Jimenez

    Kit Kat M& M cake...

  • Kelsey Spivey

    Candy Cake Ideas - Kit Kat Cake

  • Nicki Wilberger

    Kit Kat Cake All you do is take your favorite cake recipe, bake and let cool. Before frosting, make sure your cake is shorter than a kit-kat bar, if not trim some off the top to leave room for the M’s. Frost with your favorite frosting. Take a bunch of kit-kat bars (about 4 large packages), cut or gently break each bar into two sections. Place the bars on the cake, gently pushing into the frosting. Tie with a ribbon and fill the center with M’s (about 1 large bag). You can leave some out to pour around the base of your cake, but since this cake was traveling with me to work, I didn’t bother. That’s it! Easy peasy! I used Hershey’s Perfectly Chocolate Cake and Frosting for this cake

  • Karen Taylor

    What a cute idea for a kid's birthday cake. (You can't see from the photo, but there's a frosted chocolate cake behind the Kit Kat bars that probably is tall enough so that the M layer is only about 1/2 - 3/4 inch thick). Sounds easy though and would be a crowd pleaser!

  • Donna Gualandri

    Kit Kat cake! Or even just make a kit kat candy dish!

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Before frosting, make sure your cake is shorter than a kit-kat bar, if not trim some off the top to leave room for the M’s. Frost and take a bunch of kit-kat bars (about 4 large packages), cut or gently break each bar into two sections. Place the bars on the cake, gently pushing into the frosting. Tie with a ribbon and fill the center with M’s (about 1 large bag). This cant be good.

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No idea what's on the inside of this cake - the photo is actually about the wooden pedestal - but it looks delicious!