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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:
4/3/2008
I loved this recipe, but next time I would skip the top layer of graham crackers and chocolate and just use crushed fudge-striped cookies on top instead!
posted:
4/3/2008
I've also made this using oreo pudding and chocolate graham crackers (no peanut butter) It's wonderful!
posted:
4/1/2008
Loved this!! Its easy to fix in the day and have after dinner I used chips instead of bakers chocolate and it worked great. It's a huge hit with the family. Without a doubt its going to be a fav at our home from now on!!!!!!
posted:
4/1/2008
Its delicius!!! and mi nephew were so happy eating it!!! Was a success!!!
posted:
4/1/2008
Mine turned out looking nothing what is pictured, but I was tasting as i went along and cant wait till it sets up, (my daughter and i made it together).
posted:
3/31/2008
I have to agree with a lot of the other reviews. The chocolate was just too hard, & cutting it make for "squishy" servings. IF I make this again, I'll use a tub of whipped or regular frosting, and double all other ingredients for thicker layers.
posted:
3/31/2008
Delicious! I followed the recipe and the only thing I would do suggest is adding more chocolate. I ended up using 8 pieces of chocolate instead of 6. Maybe using chips next time or just a few more squares. It was really yummy! Adding chocolate syrup to your cut piece of cake makes it even better!
posted:
3/31/2008
I didn't have problems with the chocolate being hard. I used MILK chocolate chips instead (avg size bag). I melted it in a pot and put in about 1/4 cup of milk to easily stir. After sitting in the fridge the whole night, the chocolate was firm, but soft enough to cut through.
posted:
3/31/2008
My mom and I have made this recipe for years, but we have always substituted regular chocolate fudge frosting from a tub. Works much better, less work, and tastes great!
posted:
3/30/2008
I didn't have any problems with the chocolate being too hard. I used half chocolate bars, and half chips. I could have eaten the peanut butter mix straight out of the bowl. I think I will skip the graham cracker layer just below the chocolate, and see how it works without it.
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