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Oct 25, 2017

Taco Bell testing a Kit Kat ‘quesadilla’ in U.S.

Taco Bell's Kit Kat Chocoladilla

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Chunky, matcha-flavoured, two bars at a time or with a friend —  there are many ways to eat a Kit Kat chocolate bar, but the latest may be the most mystifying.

Taco Bell is putting to the test its sugary answer to its standard quesadilla: the "Chocoladilla," which features melted Kit Kat bars in the place of meat and three-cheese blend.

After testing out the product in the U.K. last year, the fast-food chain has brought the Chocoladilla to the U.S. But Canadian Kit Kat connoisseurs are currently out of luck. The hot mess is available for a limited time at select Taco Bell locations in Wisconsin. 

Reaction from the Twittersphere has been decidedly mixed: