Take a bakery-inspired break with crispy wafers coated in smooth milk chocolate and donut flavored creme. You "donut" want to miss this flavor!
The KIT KAT® Bar got its start across the Atlantic in 1935. Originally known by Londoners as "Rowntree's Chocolate Crisp," the candy was renamed in 1937 to "Kit Kat® Chocolate Crisp."
We make more than 15 million KIT KAT® Bars a day at our Hazelton, Pennsylvania factory, located in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains.
Cookies are for Santa. These KIT KAT® Bars are all yours. Make this holiday break one to remember with a KIT KAT® Holiday Yardstick featuring 18 full size packs!
KIT KAT® Bars have long been associated with breaktime. The "break" tagline was first introduced in 1957, then later evolving into the iconic "Gimme A Break" jingle in 1988.
The KIT KAT® candy bar dates back to 1935 when the wafer crisp chocolate bar was launched in England. Originally, it was known as “Rowntree’s Chocolate Crisp,” but in 1937 the candy bar was renamed as "KIT KAT® Chocolate Crisp".
KIT KAT® Bar flavors in the US include such favorites as milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white creme, mint & dark chocolate "Duos", birthday cake, lemon, and apple pie; plus a few more!
The KIT KAT® brand has long been associated with breaktime. The very first tagline was "the biggest little meal in London." In 1957 the "have a break, have a KIT KAT®" tagline was introduced. The "break" concept would continue to evolve, culminating in the incredible success of the "Gimme A Break" jingle in 1988, which continues to this day.
A KIT KAT® bar is made of three layers of wafer separated and covered by an outer layer of chocolate. The standard bars consist of four pieces, called fingers, and each finger can be snapped from the bar as an individual piece.
KIT KAT® Chocolate Wafer Bars are not gluten-free as they contain wheat.
KIT KAT® Bars are not vegan. However, KIT KAT® Bars are entirely vegetarian!