Saturday, October 20, 2012

Chocolate Wafers with Peanut Butter Fudge, #SeriousSandwich



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Chocolate wafers with peanut butter fudge. Lucy Mercer/A Cook and Her Books
It's been said before, but it's so true ~ two great tastes that taste great together. Peanut butter and chocolate, a pair of ingredients pretty good on their own, are dynamite together.

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Chocolate wafers with peanut butter fudge. Lucy Mercer/A Cook and Her Books
These chocolate wafers with peanut butter fudge are the most decadent treat I've baked lately. Soft, dark chocolate cookies with a simple peanut butter fudge filling of marshmallow creme, pb, 10X sugar, and a shot of vanilla. I wish I could give you the entire recipe, but for that you'll just have to pick up a copy of Emeril Lagasse's newest cookbook, "Emeril's Kicked-Up Sandwiches" (Morrow, $24.99).

Among the 120 recipes in the book are 10 sweet recipes, goodies like Date-Walnut Pockets,  Cafe Au Lait Macarons with White Chocolate Ganache, and Red Velvet Whoopie Pies. Just in time for Christmas baking, to be sure, and I already have requests to bake these chocolate-pb wafers for Christmas.

Please visit again soon for more fabulous sandwiches from Emeril!




This post is part of #SeriousSandwich, a blogalong sponsored by Morrow Books,
 marking the publication of 
 

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Text and images copyright 2012, Lucy Mercer, 
with the exception of the book cover; that belongs to Morrow Books.



6 comments:

Susan 30A EATS said...

Looks so delicious and would have made the perfect mid-night snack! Been a pleasure working with you on Emeril's #SeriousSandwich Cookalong!

Carrie Vibert said...

Those look so good! They're definitely on my must-make list!

Thien-Kim aka Kim said...

These were fun to make and worth the work!

Bunkycooks said...

It's been quite the run making sandwiches with Emeril! Looks like a fun time and some great recipes. Of course, you can't beat dessert. ;-)

Kimberly said...

Oh my goodness ... these turned out so well! Can't wait to make this one ... I adore chocolate and peanut butter!

Great photos too!

Addie K Martin said...

Your wafers came out beautifully :)