Until recently, no one really seemed to know or care what was inside their Kit Kat candy bar.
All we really knew was it probably wasn’t broccoli, chicken or brown rice.
Instead, it’s…well, just more Kit Kat stuff.
Granted, that doesn’t really explain the tan, flaky filling, but that’s exactly what it is, as relayed by both the BBC and YouTuber Zack D. Films.
“Some Kit Kats get broken while they’re being made, and instead of throwing them out, the company crushes them up and adds sugar.,” Films said, via Lad Bible. “And that’s what’s inside of a Kit Kat bar — it’s literally crushed up Kit Kats.”
What’s Inside a Kit Kat Bar?
All of this, of course, has led to some surprises from people who have enjoyed the mix of chocolate and wafers for a number of years.
“I’m now in an infinite loop trying to figure out what came first,” commented one viewer under Films’ video short.
Another was similarly perplexed. “It’s just a loop of Kit Kats that never ends,” the comment read.
And yet another spelled out the loop altogether.
“There is a KitKat that is made from a KitKat that had a KitKat inside of it that was made of crushed up KitKats that had KitKats in them made by KitKats,” the comment read.
Wow. No kitting.
But it is fairly remarkable when you think about it. The inside of Kit Kats are made from the outside of Kit Kats, and the result is a smash hit of a sugary snack that no one really before discussed. They just accepted that whatever it was sure tasted good. And in the world of sugary snacks, that’s good enough.