Chocolate Pudding Sandwiches Recipe
- 1-1/2 cups cold fat-free milk
- 1 package (1.4 ounces) sugar-free instant chocolate pudding mix
- 1 carton (8 ounces) frozen reduced-fat whipped topping, thawed
- 1 cup miniature marshmallows
- 2 packages (9 ounces each) chocolate wafers
- 1. In a large bowl, whisk milk and pudding mix for 2 minutes; let stand for 2 minutes or until slightly thickened. Fold in whipped topping, then marshmallows.
- 2. For each sandwich, spread about 2 tablespoons of pudding mixture on the bottom of a chocolate wafer; top with another wafer. Stack sandwiches in an airtight container.
- 3. Freeze until firm, about 3 hours. Remove from the freezer 5 minutes before serving. Yield: 43 sandwiches.
One sandwich equals 73 calories, 2 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 1 mg cholesterol, 114 mg sodium, 12 g carbohydrate, trace fiber, 1 g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 1 starch.
Reviews for Chocolate Pudding Sandwiches
"definitely did not like the marshmallows frozen and neither did anyone else who ate them"
"Nabisco also makes these chocolate wafers, although many stores do not normally carry them. (Ask your store to order them.) They're also used in many pie crust and cheesecake crust recipes. Good Luck !"
"I have made these before...my grandchildren love them....I order my Nabisco famous chocolate wafers from Netgrocer.com....I've been making the chocolate roll recipe on the wafer box for years...If you are lucky enough to find them at your grocery stores, you'll find them very "pricey"....They are cheaper online, especially if you purchase several boxes as I do."
"Have not tried the recipe yet but you can make your own choclate wafers. Joy of Baking .com has a simple recipe. Cheaper than buying them!"
"nice quick easy treat was able to find the chocolate wafers in Shop Rite"
"I made these with just sugar free Cool Whip in-between the cookie wafers and it was a hit! Just place some Cool Whip between the wafers and then place in freezer in an air tight container. They taste like ice cream sandwiches!"
"I made these sandwiches with chocolate graham crackers. They were very good. After I made them, I found the chocolate wafers--by the ice cream cones and toppings-. so I made this again using the wafers, and we like the graham crackers better because they aren't as "heavy duty" chocolate as the wafers."
"Couldn't find the chocolate wafers either, so made them with French Vanilla pudding and smaller vanilla wafers. Also increased the marshmallows to 2 cups. Got about 60 per batch."
"very good but I could not find the chocolate wafers in any of the stores in my area. So I used chocolate chip cookies. They were very good. NOw I bought chocolate graham crackers. I haven't used them yet but when I do, I'll post a comment to tell how they were compared to the cookies."
"I FOUND THESE AT A PUBLIX STORE WHERE THE ICE CREAM TOPPINGS ARE. THIS RECIPE WAS GREAT EXCEPT IT NEEDS MORE MARSHMALLOWS. I USED 2 CUPS OF MARSHMALLOWS AND IT SPREAD BETTER."
"In Canada I found Mr. Christie's Chocolate Wafers in a coop store. They worked great."
"Try "Anna's." It's a brand that makes all different flavors of thin cookies. They can be found at most grocery stores and specialty Delis"
"can't find the chocolate wafers so I'm going to try making it on choc. chip cookies. .... although it will change the calorie, sodium and sugar content."
"these treats were perfect everyone including the adults at my grandchilds birthday party loved them i made 2 batches and they were all gone before the party was half over"
"where do you get the chocolate wafers to make thse treats i cant find them in the grocery stroe"
"Check Amazon.com for chocolate wafers!"
"I want to make these pudding sandwiches and purchased everything needed....except for the chocolate wafers. I have checked all the stores in my area and none carry them. What else can I use?"
"Someone wanted to know where to buy the chocolate waafers. I bought then in a Superstore and they are made by Christies. Eleanor D"
"I made these cookies this wewek for my grandchildren and they were extremely well received. In fact, I need to make a new batch before the weekend so I can take them to a family reunion ( as instructed by my granddaughter who helped make them) Eleanor D. Chatham, ON Canada"
"easy to make and the whole family loved them"
"The only ones I know of are made by Nabisco, they're actually called Famous Chocolate Wafers. They're difficult to find, not all grocery stores carry them, and they are kind of expensive. Well worth it though for most recipes. We've made the Ice Box cake recipe on the box lots of times, absolutely delicious. If you search on Amazon.com for Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers you can see a good picture of what the package looks like."
"I have been looking for chocolate wafers for other recipes and cannot find them. Any suggestions as to where I can find them."
"Did anyone ever answer what kind of Chocolate Wafer is being used??"
"What is the name brand of thechocolate wafers ?"
"Really like the fact they are a frozen dessert and that adds to protion control. I think I would cut the recipe in half for our household."
"But are the chocolate wafers sugar-free?"
"My grocery store doesn't keep them in the cookie isle (duh?) but I found them with the ice cream cones in the ice cream/frozen orange juice freezers."
"Where can I find chocolate wafers? They are not available in local grocery stores."
"Imade some simular to these with graham crackers, choc. or cinnamon, or plain. We did'nt use marshmallows either. My grandlids loved them.demimom1"
"csimpson asked the question I was going to ask. What brand of chocolate wafers are to be used in this recipe? Are they located in the different ethnic food sections at the grocery store?"
"what kind of chocolate wafers do you use?"
"Going to make some for a take along item at a party this weekend. Adults and kids alike should like these. Yum!"
"I've been making these for ages, but without the marshmallows because I don't like them. I found the recipe in a cookbook 15 years ago."
"A very good recipe,much like the Wagon Wheels."