UPDATE: October 19, 2017 at 2:21 P.M.
The U.K. isn't the only place that gets to enjoy Kit Kat quesadillas anymore. Brand Eating reports Taco Bell is testing "Chocoladillas" at several Wisconsin locations, as well as a vanilla iced coffee.
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The dessert has a slightly updated name (in the U.K., it was dubbed the Chocodilla), but is otherwise the same: a large grilled flour tortilla stuffed with chocolate and Kit Kat pieces. It sells for a mere BUCK, which is going to make resisting the urge to try it pretty tough.
So far, Chocoladillas have been spotted in the Milwaukee area, but with Halloween just around the corner, we wouldn't be surprised if they pop up in more states soon. According to Brand Eating, some Wisconsin locations are selling a Twix version too.
ORIGINAL POST: October 25, 2016 at 5:58 P.M.
Taco Bell has created a monster just in time for Halloween. After introducing a dessert quesadilla that's loaded with melted chocolate chips, the Tex-Mex chain is now rolling out another sweet version layered with Kit Kats.
Brand Eating reports that the new Kit Kat Chocodilla is essentially a grilled and folded flour tortilla with melted Kit Kat bars inside. Unfortunately this heavenly treat is only available for a limited time at locations in the U.K. for £1.29 (about $1.58).
But if you're really hankering for one of these babies, you should definitely whip one up at home. It would be simple enough to warm a tortilla in a fry pan, break off a piece of a few Kit Kat bars, and fold it together into one deliciously melty, super chocolatey treat. And then you could try all of our other amazing leftover Halloween candy recipes, too.
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