I made my own revisions to this recipe. And, made the inside more of a rice krispy dessert than pure Nutella. This created a much less expensive dessert as well -- jars of nutella are around $4 each!!!
Here's what I did (with a few unintended bumps along the way)...
Make up two round pan rice krispy cakes.
Then, spread a little JIF Hazelnut Spread on top of one of the cakes. I used this instead of Nutella, and was very happy with it -- it is delicious!!!! And, it's a bit cheaper than Nutella.
Then place them on top of one another.
Then, I began putting the rest of the chocolate spread on top of the cake. I used the whole jar!
Then, I grabbed my bag of Kit Kats, and noticed that I purchased the MINI sized kit kats, instead of the normal sized kit kats!! Dang it!
So, I improvised. I just stuck the mini kit kats into the rice krispy cake and then tied a string around the top to keep it all in place. It didn't look as clean as the picture I used for inspiration, but it seemed to do the trick.
Then, I added my decorations. Candy pigs are not the easiest thing to find, and there is a snowball's chance in hell that I'm going to attempt to make them myself. So, I went to my son's toy box and found some of his farm animal toys. I stuck them in the cake, and then (in pink frosting of course), I wrote "Pig" Thanks!
This was a super fun, and not to difficult little cake to make! The kids got a big kick out of it, too!