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Date: June 13, 2010 09:19PM
3000g x Belgian Chocolate
900g x Sugarpaste
1500g x Chocolate wafers
1 x Wallpaper dipping trough (or very large square container)
1 x Sticky backed vinyl floor tile (not essential)
Day 1. We cut out the KitKat logo from the floor tile and stuck it to the
bottom of the trough ( in reverse). Melted about 1 third of the chocolate and
poured it into the mould. The kids have never seen so much melted chocolate
Day 2 The chocolate set over night.. Next stage was to arrange the wafers
in five layers along the chocolate.
Then melted the rest of the chocolate and poured it carefully around the
wafers, then over the top.
The house was starting to smell like Cadbury World. MMMMMMMMM! Could not fit
it in fridge flat, cos it was far too big.
Day 3 Woke up early to check the BigKat. Still not Hard enough! Had to
put it in fridge, but on a slant.
Finally at around 6pm our creation was hard enough to be born! It turned out
ANYONE FOR A SLICE OF BIGKAT. HAVE A BREAK, HAVE A (SLICE OF) BIGKAT.
Vital statistics Size L 59cm x W 17cm x H12cm
1860g saturated fat
1120 Weight Watchers points ( this equates to 3 months worth of a daily
allowance for a woman) Cost $74.42