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Easy Chocolate Eclair Squares

Easy Chocolate Eclair Squares recipe
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Super easy. Layers of vanilla pudding and Cool Whip along with sweet graham crackers stack up to the most popular dish at the potluck. Sorry, other squares.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
4 hr 30 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
3/23/2008
Super easy! I used french vanilla pudding and a can of frosting for the topping it was to easy.
posted:
9/26/2007
This is such an easy delicious recipe that we have made it a few times now. I have done all sorts of variations with it, mostly experimenting with the pudding flavors. So far, the best flavors for pudding we have found are banana and cheesecake (banana being the favorite for kids and cheesecake the favorite for adults. Go figure.) OH! We just recently tried it with chocolate graham crackers, chocolate coolwhip and chocolate pudding and for a twist, we did white chocolate frosting. To DIE for!
posted:
11/21/2006
This was an easy recipe but instead of making your own frosting you can buy cake frosting and it's just as good if not better than making the frosting yourself. Also I layered the eclair with vanilla pudding and the next layer with chocolate pudding. It was great!
posted:
10/16/2006
for the chocolate topping i just melted prepared chocolate frosting in the microwave for one minute and poured the melted frosting over dessert, its so much easier to spread. everyone loves this dessert.
posted:
9/18/2006
Do not make this unless you are prepared to eat the ENTIRE thing! Definitely use the French Vanilla Pudding. Also, make a double batch b/c you will eat half of it with the graham crackers before it even hits the pan. Also, make the layer of chocolate very very thin-I made a double dose of that thinking it would be better, but it was too rich. My friend suggested just making the filling and putting it in a bowl with the crackers around it like a dip. YUMMY!
posted:
7/26/2006
It was wonderful! I first had it at a friends house and everyone raved about it. It is so light and airy and easy to prepare.
posted:
7/15/2006
this was easy to make very light,everyone enjoyed it!
posted:
7/2/2006
The first time I made this it seemed a little thin so I increased some of the portions. I use 1 pkg. 6-serving size pudding with 2- 2 1/2 cups milk, same amount of cool whip and use enough graham crackers to cover all the layers. This way the layers are fuller. Also I add more powered sugar to the chocolate to stretch it so it covers the top better. This works well if I need to make two small 8x8 dishes. Keep one in the refrigerator for the late arriving guests.
posted:
1/10/2006
Very easy and good!
posted:
10/12/2005
I made this recipe before I knew it was on this website. It is super easy and tastes great. We always made it with a tub/container of chocolate frosting that we microwaved (minus the lid) for 1 minute. This makes the recipe that much easier, and no cooking required. I recommend.
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