June 21, 2008
World's biggest Kit Kat bar — How about 45,000 calories worth? Does that work for you?
Giant Kit Kat is a Mere 45,000 Calories
Some crazy guy created a homemade Kit Kat bar. But not just a normal-sized one, a giant one. At approximately 2 feet long by 7 inches wide and 5 inches tall, this is one big candy bar. It comes out to be a mere 45,888 calories, 1860g saturated fat and, for those of you on a diet, 1120 Weight Watchers points (which is about 3 months worth of points for a woman). For comparison, a normal person probably eats around 2400 calories and 65g of fat per day — very roughly.
The creators used a wallpaper dipping trough as a mold to make the chocolate bar. It took a few days to harden and had to be put into the fridge diagonally since it was bigger than the depth of the fridge. That’s some big eatin’!
If you're from the "see one, do one" old school, well, you're in luck: a June 17, 2008 post on supersizedmeals.com offers a superb tutorial and recipe replete with photo documentation (above) to enable you to create your very own.
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who ate it? im down
Posted by: joe yu | Jan 11, 2010 4:56:34 PM
Wow! amazing so big kit kat chocolate i love it looks so delicious. :)
Posted by: philippines gift | Dec 3, 2009 9:53:08 PM
that was really really big?
Posted by: avery | Nov 17, 2009 4:17:23 PM
Katlin, let's submit your comment to Gizmodo!
Posted by: Flautist | Mar 3, 2009 1:23:31 PM
Kat, your comment is queer.
Posted by: Rocketboy | Mar 3, 2009 12:44:17 PM
that is fucking gay so what if you made a giant kit kat bar it is cheaper to just go to a store or gas station and buy a damn kit kat bar
Posted by: katlin | Mar 3, 2009 11:48:44 AM
WOW. U mind making me one? lol
Posted by: JJ | Feb 5, 2009 8:59:23 AM
that so awesome
Posted by: max | Dec 29, 2008 5:53:27 PM
please send me one of those to share with my little league basketball team it can be a great surprise for them LOL
Posted by: harvey burgess | Jul 26, 2008 8:15:00 PM
Flautist, don't give to do-gooders ideas!:p
Posted by: jim` | Jun 21, 2008 4:00:38 PM
It works real good. Probably polish that sucker off in a week/10 days. I'm just wondering about the taste, though.
And speaking of candy bars, in my spare brain-idl(e?)ing moments, I wonder what it'd be like if all food was priced according to calories contained. You'd be buying a certain amount of energy, like. Raisins, butter, would be astronomical; mushrooms and lettuce and celery and strawberries and such would practically be free; you'd have to take out a loan to buy a case of Milky Ways. Ice cream -- forget it. The poor people would be the skinny ones and the rich folks would be huge -- kind of like it used to be, way back.
Posted by: Flautist | Jun 21, 2008 2:53:20 PM
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