It's Worth Breaking Your New Year's Resolution for These Cookie Dough Kit Kats

Yes please.

Kit Kats
Bars of original KitKat chocolate, produced by Nestle SA, and without the fair-trade logo sit arranged for a photograph in London, U.K., on Monday, Dec.7, 2009. Nestle SA, the world's biggest food company, will start certifying some KitKat bars in the U.K. Photo: Bloomberg via Getty Images

Behold, mortals: the food of the gods.

We've barely had time to recover from the news that Oreo-flavored Cadbury Eggs are a thing, and now we're already being hit with yet another brilliant candy mashup. They've been taunting us from the supermarket shelves of Europe since August. Now, Kit Kat Chunky Cookie Dough (yes you read that right) candies are finally making their way to North America.


The mouth-watering new treat infuses Kit Kat's classic configuration of crunchy wafers and creamy milk chocolate with layers of deliciously chunky cookie dough. And this week, after months of struggling to keep them on European shelves, the elusive treat was spotted for sale in—you guessed it—Canada. C'mon Kit Kat, where's that break you always talk about!? We could seriously use one right about now...

There's no word yet on whether or not we can expect them to be available in the U.S. any time soon, but you can buy them on for a cool $25 a pop. Worth it? We're willing to vote yes on that one.

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