This no bake Chocolate Eclair Dessert has layers of graham crackers, peanut butter pudding, a sprinkling of mini chocolate chips, and a chocolate peanut butter frosting. It’s a chocolate + peanut butter lovers dream.
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Serve this easy peanut butter chocolate eclair dessert after BLT Pizza or Crockpot Salsa Chicken.
My ::little:: brother went back to MSU last week so we wanted to have a family dinner to send him off. He requested taco night and a peanut butter centric dessert.
My mom handled the tacos and I tackled the dessert. He shares my love of chocolate and peanut butter so making him treats is easy.
I loaded Julia up for a Target trip to get ingredients. I used to stop at Target at least twice a week but since having a baby and moving, I don’t get to go nearly as often. Our old house was one mile from Target. I feel like everyone should live one mile from a Target but now it’s six miles to the nearest one. I’ll add that to my criteria for the next house.
CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER ECLAIR DESSERT INGREDIENTS
- Vanilla Pudding – One package of instant vanilla pudding.
- Milk – I use 2%.
- Peanut Butter – Creamy peanut butter. I usually use Skippy Natural.
- Chocolate Chips – Use mini chocolate chips.
- Cool Whip – One container of whipped topping, thawed.
- Graham Crackers – You’ll need the whole box of graham crackers (about 45 crackers).
- Chocolate Frosting – One container of your favorite pre-made chocolate frosting.
This no bake chocolate eclair dessert is so easy to put together. Layers of graham crackers, layers of peanut butter pudding, sprinkling of mini chocolate chips, then topped with a chocolate peanut butter frosting. It’s a chocolate + peanut butter lovers dream.
HOW TO MAKE CHOCOLATE ECLAIR DESSERT
Because this dessert is no bake, it comes together in about 20 minutes but you do need to let it sit in the fridge for hours, so it’s best to make the day before you plan on serving it. You know how I’m in a “simplify all the things” stage in my life so this is perfect.
First, in a large bowl, add the instant pudding mix and 1 3/4 cup milk and stir until it is thick.
Add in 1/4 cup of peanut butter and 1/4 of milk and whisk until fully combined.
Gently stir in the thawed whipped topping and set aside.
Line a 9 x 13 baking dish with graham crackers until fully covered in a single layer. Pour 1/3 of the pudding mixture on top then sprinkle with mini chocolate chips.
Repeat the layers until you’re out of pudding mix, making sure to end with a graham cracker layer.
In a medium microwave safe bowl, add the frosting and 1/4 cup of peanut butter. Microwave for approximately 15 seconds, until just softened, so you can easily stir it to combine. Pour over the top layer of graham crackers and smooth with a spatula.
Finally, you have to let it sit in the fridge for 8 hours to fully set up and come together.
TOOLS TO HELP YOU MAKE THIS CHOCOLATE ECLAIR DESSERT
- Offset Spatula – An offset spatula makes it easy to spread the frosting.
- Mixing Bowls – You’ll need a large and a medium one for this recipe.
- Whisk – You’ll need a whisk to bring the pudding together.
- 9 x 13 Baking Dish – I love that it has a lid for storing leftovers.
NEED MORE NO BAKE TREATS IN YOUR LIFE? TRY THESE:
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HOW TO MAKE NO BAKE CHOCOLATE ECLAIR DESSERT
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Originally published September 8, 2015