Watch: A Kit Kat Gets Surgically Implanted Inside a 3 Musketeers Bar

The surgery, a spinal Kit Kat implantation, actually produces a product that is slightly less unhealthy than its original parts
Watch: A Kit Kat Gets Surgically Implanted Inside a 3 Musketeers Bar

YouTube/The Food Surgeon 

In the time-honored tradition of pushing junk food to its absolute nutritional limits, the Food Surgeon has decided to put a small candy bar inside a bigger candy bar.

A new “medical” procedure, courtesy of YouTube’s Food Surgeon, combines two of the world’s most beloved chocolate bars, like a nesting doll of junk food.

The surgery, a “spinal Kit Kat implantation in a 3 Musketeers,” requires that the nougat be removed from the body of the larger chocolate bar so that the smaller bar can fit inside.

The end result, essentially a giant Kit Kat bar with some nougat on the perimeter, is technically not twice as bad for you as the chocolates combined because of the missing nougat. However, like a savory Turducken, this experience is not about cutting back. “Patient is really, really delicious,” reads a line of the operating surgeon’s “notes.”

For more food surgeries, you can check out the Food Surgeon’s Reese’s Peanut Butter-ectomy with Oreo cream, the strawberry seed extraction with Nutella augmentation, or the cookie reassignment surgery.

For a healthier alternative, watch this tiny robot stitch a peeled grape back together

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