Easy Homemade Kit Kat Bars

Two ingredients and about 5 minutes is all it takes to make these Easy Homemade Kit Kat Bars!

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Easy Homemade Kit Kats with just 2 INGREDIENTS!! This 5 minute No Bake treat is dangerously good!! @Backforseconds http://backforseconds.com #kitkats #candy #nobake #dessert

The recipe I am about to share may be dangerous information for all you Kit Kat lovers out there. It’s so incredible easy it’s ridiculous. I mean, Kit Kat’s made at home with 2 ingredients in 5 minutes?? I’m sorry I’m not sorry.You know those cream wafer cookies they sell everywhere? They come in vanilla chocolate and strawberry and have layers of cream in between each wafer. Buy the vanilla ones to make these Easy Homemade Kit Kat Bars. Then dunk them in melted chocolate and stick them in the refrigerator for a couple minutes until the chocolate is set.  Then eat 15 of them :)

I told you this was easy!

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Easy Homemade Kit Kats with just 2 INGREDIENTS!! This 5 minute No Bake treat is dangerously good!! @Backforseconds http://backforseconds.com #kitkats #candy #nobake #dessert

Easy Homemade Kit Kats

This easy copycat recipe for Kit Kat Bars is almost too good to be true, 2 ingredients, no baking required, and they take just a few minutes to make!


  • 1 bag vanilla cream wafer cookies
  • 12oz chocolate (can use chocolate chips, almond bark, or any of your favorite chocolate)


Step 1
Melt chocolate according to package instructions. Dunk each wafer cookie into the chocolate until completely coated. Lift cookie out of the chocolate with a fork letting the excess chocolate drip off. Set coated cookies on a wax paper lined cookie sheet and let chill in the refrigerator for a few minutes until set.
These store well at room temperature or in the fridge in a covered container.

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  1. says

    those look incredible!!! WOW!! Yum! I’m currently hosting a Sewing series called Sew Many Books.. I’d love for you to come over and check it out! EMily @nap-timecreations.com

  2. says

    I definitely could eat 15 of these!!!! They look great!!! What a great idea to make them using the vanilla wafers…… I need to give this a try!!!!!! Thanks for sharing, they sound amazing!!!!

  3. carole a kennedy says

    I can not see where the recipe and diretions are to make this treat. Can you send it to e please. Thanks.Carole

    • says

      Hi Carole, I don’t know how that happened, I’m sorry! It’s fixed now and you should be able to see the recipe after the last photo. Thanks and hope you enjoy!!

  4. says

    These look better than the original! They make my mouth water. We would love to have you share this at our Saturday Link Party. Each link will be shown on two blogs, Made From Pinterest and Bakerette! It starts Fridays at 3pm, hope we see you there!

    Please remember to put a link back to Made From Pinterest at the bottom of your post(s).

  5. says

    Wow, I can’t believe I never thought that Kit Kat bars would be somewhat like a wafer wrapped in chocolate! I have a BUNCH of stale, plastic-tasting-supermarket wafers that have been hanging out in my biscuit drawer for ages. This would be a good excuse to finish them off for good … or for now :)

    So, has anyone tried these bars before? I’m wondering if they taste like Kit Kat Bars or if they’re a bit different.

  6. says

    Thanks so much for the excuse to buy some! I might try it with the Nabisco Nutter Butter wafers (if I can find them). Not sure if they even make them anymore.

  7. Jo says

    How much is 12 oz. chocolate? If I buy the chocolate chips to melt would that be half a bag? Or how many cups of chips?
    Thank you.

    • says

      12 oz is one bag of chocolate chips. If you use chocolate candy coating instead, it depends on the brand you buy, but the number of oz is listed on the package. Enjoy!

  8. Kimi says

    My beloved dude is obsessed with the concept of dark-chocolate kitkats, which don’t exist in the U.S. and cost about $50 to ship from overseas. I finally got the bright idea to make my own out of vanilla cream wafers and melted dark chocolate. Thanks for providing the proof-of-concept for me. I can’t wait to try this!


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