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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.
30 min
8 hr 30 min
24 servings
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It was simple to make but kind of soggy. Not my favorite.
This recipe was FANTASTIC!! It's very true...this recipe is EASY! The only change I made was to double the ingredients for the chocolate layer. My group never goes back for seconds and they did with this dessert.
I took it to a cookout and not one drop was left. It was fantastic.
This one is very easy to make and the taste is wonderful. My family loved it and can not wait for me to make it again!!
I made this recipe and even though it was delicious it was extremely frustrating!! I made as directed, the frosting was the most difficult, you need to work quickly before it hardens or it won't work on top of the cool whip/pudding mixture. Also made it extremely difficult to cut into pieces so we ended up having to spoon it out onto plates! Very embarrassing, I've never had a problem making a dessert in 40 years! This was my first!
I made this recipe and loved it! Coming from someone who does not cook at all!! I did not add the peanut butter and I doubled the other ingredients so there was a little more filling in between the layers and instead of using the baking chocolate for the top, I just got cans of chocolate cake frosting and used that. Got rave reviews from the guests and am planning on making it again for a potluck at work.
got better as it got older. the peanut butter flavor came out more too. might add more peanut butter next time because i am a big PB fan. used french vanilla pudding rather than just plain vanilla-still good.
I made this recipe for a potluck at church, it has a good taste, however, the chocolate on top was hard, I may have over cooked it in the mircowave, when melting. However, it was still a hit, and most of it got gone! It was very easily prepared!
DELICIOUS. We were wondering if it would be easy to slice cosidering graham crackers usually would just crack and fall apart, but the graham crackers seem to get soft in the refrigerator and it was fairly easy to slice with a sharp knife. I did not have vanilla pudding so I used banana and it was very good. I would definitely make it again and again.
I have a large family and everyone who ate it loved it!
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