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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:
7/21/2005
An old roommates mother made this recipe and I "stole" it from her. Didn't know she got it from Kraft, but we love it! We make it with French Vanilla Instand pudding for added richness. Just tried substituting middle layer of graham crackers with chocolate graham crackers for a change. Nice difference! I recmommed it for an easy desert to bring to someones house. I make it in rectanglar disposable plastic containers and don't have to worry about traveling, serving, or storing. The longer it sits in the fridge, the better it gets!
posted:
6/21/2005
Per the receipe, there was not enough topping for the 13/9/2 pan. I had to double the chocolate squares,milk,butter,confectionary sugar. However, I would make the receipe again and everyone enjoyed it at Father's Day dinner.
posted:
3/5/2005
I had this at a potluck and had to find the recipe. It was just delicious.
posted:
2/12/2005
I made this recipe with fat free cool whip and fat free pudding to save on calories and fat grams. Turned out great. I did use the canned icing for this recipe.
posted:
11/23/2004
I have a variation of this recipe from an old Cool Whip book. Instead of making the icing you use a container of ready-to-spread chocolate fudge frosting heated in the microwave until pourable. Spread this on top of the last graham layer. This makes it simple and very yummy.
posted:
10/22/2004
the frosting did not work as was written- the chocolate separated from liquid!!!!! I did it twice- whole milk, real butter
posted:
2/25/2004
I made the éclair recipe for my bridge group and they like it; they said it doesn't seem real sweet. I used light cool whip, crackers and Jell-O. Will bake again for a large crowd. I did add a 1/2 tsp. vanilla to the chocolate frosting
posted:
11/24/2003
This is the easiest, tastiest dessert around! Way better than a regular eclair.
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11/26/2002
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10/18/2002
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