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Easy Peanut Butter & Chocolate Eclair Dessert

Easy Peanut Butter & Chocolate Eclair Dessert recipe
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Creamy, crunchy layers of peanut butter, graham crackers and rich chocolate make this easy pan éclair a uniquely delicious addition to the dessert table.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
8 hr 30 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
8/13/2011
I would make this recipe again ONLY if the chocolate topping was changed. I have made this twice and the eclair part is delicious; however, the chocolate hardens much to much. Today,I made it for a potluck and ended up leaving it at home because of the mess that was made when I attempted to cut into serving pieces. Perhaps Kraft could revise the topping?
posted:
5/18/2011
I give it 4 stars as written, 5 with my changes. I double the pudding to make thicker layers. And for those who have trouble with the top making it hard to cut. I had that problem the first time I made it too, so the second time I used a can of chocolate frosting that I microwaved until thin enough to spread easily. It was much quicker, cut better and tasted better!
posted:
3/26/2011
Best dessert
posted:
2/13/2011
This recipe is a hit with my family, in fact everytime we get together for any type of holiday, they request that I bring it. I did change the recipe a little bit, I use 2 pkgs of Jell-O pudding but I use french vanilla and sometimes I cut on bannans and put in the pudding mix. I also use low fat Honey Grahams (they taste the same as the regular) I make 3 layers instead of two. It is really easy and good!
posted:
11/14/2010
Easy to make and delicious
posted:
9/27/2010
I do not put peanut butter in this recipe, and I use frosting melted to put on the top. It is really good!
posted:
9/14/2010
This is a crowd pleaser! with or without peanut butter, it's super delicious! The only thing I don't like about it is how hard the chocolate sets-making it hard to cut or eat without a mess. I've made this at least 10 times-but haven't figured out my way around that. <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Wendy ~ Sorry you have trouble cutting this dessert. Please note the tip titled “How to Easily Cut Dessert into Serving Pieces” for help. >>>
posted:
12/28/2009
I am not impressed with this recipe. As soon as the butter mixed with the chocolate it started setting. Even before I could get it on the rest of the dessert. The chocolate set so hard that I couldn't cut pieces. It would break apart everywhere and made an ugly mess. The taste was only okay. I won't make this again.
posted:
10/20/2009
I make this cake for all of our family functions, but I have never tried it with peanut butter before now. I have to admit, adding the peanut butter was a great idea. This recipe is simple and delicious. If you like chocolate and peanut butter, then you will love this recipe.
posted:
6/27/2009
The graham crackers lost their crispness after the dessert chilled, but it tasted good and was received well.
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