KFC Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart
Legions of fans flock to KFC not only for fried chicken, but also for their Portuguese-style egg tarts known for their fluffy puff pastry and a caramelised top. Occasionally, KFC also sells make with a chocolate hazelnut centre. This festive season, KFC has zhng-ed up their egg tarts even further to give us the Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart.
If you’re the s’mores-loving sort, this new Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart was made for you. Though best when fresh, you can also give it a light reheat before you dig in. We recommend using an air fryer, if you have one.
Not only does the crust get crisp, the chocolate centre turns molten and the marshmallow oozes. To top it off, the marshmallow gets toasty and slightly caramelised, just like fire-roasted s’mores!
The sweetness of this treat is offset by the buttery, salty pastry crust, and the very light dusting of bitter cocoa powder over the top.
Even with these extras, each tart is priced affordably at $1.50 each, or $5.50 for four. This is just slightly more than their regular Portuguese Egg Tarts, which are usually priced at $1.30 each.
Do note, however, that the tarts are $3.60 for two tarts when you order them for delivery. Or buy five at $9, and get one free!
Get these tarts alongside KFC’s newest, limited-edition Shoyu Crunch─a savoury, slightly spicy fried chicken that’s marinated in spicy shoyu sauce and fried with a breading that’s coloured red with natural paprika and hibiscus. It’s finally tossed with fragrant seaweed and sesame seeds, reminiscent of Japanese furikake rice toppings. This is priced at $8.95 for a two-piece meal.
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