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Easy Peanut Butter & Chocolate Eclair Dessert

Easy Peanut Butter & Chocolate Eclair Dessert recipe
photo by:kraft
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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This was a big hit at a family party I held at my house. I did not make the topping as written in recipe, I actually made my own chocolate frosting because I was afraid that using melted chocolate squares would get too hard to cut (as stated in other reviews). When I make in the future I will use frosting again.
I have made this for several occasions.I did it for one of my catering jobs, and they loved it.I fixed it for a family get together and it was a BIG hit. It is so simple and quick to prepare.
I made this recipe last night using the lowfat peanut butter, lowfat graham crackers, sugar-free pudding, fat-free milk, and lite cool whip. Instead of using the melted chocolate, I used reduced-sugar chocolate frosting from the container so it would be easy to slice. It was easy to spread on the graham crackers and easy to make overall. I am anxious to try tonight for dessert! As I was making it, I tasted the peanut butter pudding mixture and it was delicious by itself! I used a smaller casserole and was able to make 3 layers so it would be thicker.
Tried this for Easter dinner - YUM! Everyone really liked it. I will try this for my Bible study, omitting the peanut butter (allergies). The filling is delicious enough to eat by itself! A couple of disappointments-the graham crackers were a little soft the day after, and it was hard to spread the chocolate without moving everything. But all in all, REALLY good!!
Great recipe.....but any suggestions on keeping the chocolate topping from getting so hard. Made it difficult to serve. Still tasted great....thanks KRAFT!
This is an excellent, quick dessert to make for yourself or take to a gathering. I made it using skim milk, sugar free pudding, reduced fat peanut butter and grahams, and Cool Whip Free. Everyone loved it!!
This recipe was easy and delicious. I know I will make again and again. I served it at my women's group and everyone raved.
This was simple to make and quite tasty. The peanut butter wasn't too obvious and the next day it was even better.
I made this recently for a church dinner. It was so easy and everyone RAVED over it! I'm planning to make it for our family reunion at the end of the month--if I can wait that long!
Very easy! Give it at least overnight to come together, possibly even longer. Really yummy tasting. The chocolate was a bit challenging to cut through but if it sat out for a bit that helps. Will definitely make this again!!
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