Eclair Cake is the perfect dessert after a comfort food dinner. Perfect for get-togethers as well!
Eclair Cake is the perfect dessert to have after comfort food. It’s light and sweet and extremely hard to resist! The recipe only calls for a few ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make.
I have made this dessert for a lot of our family get-togethers, but it’s usually the one I end up taking to the family reunion. Our family reunion is in the summer and eclair cake is a nice cool and refreshing dessert on a hot day. People always flock toward the chocolate!
My best friend requested that I make one for her and her family for their Thanksgiving meal one year. It was a huge hit and my dish came back clean as a whistle.
How to make Eclair Cake
First, you will line the bottom of a 13×9″ dish with graham crackers.
Mix a large box of French Vanilla Jello Pudding with 3 cups of milk as directed on the box. Add an 8 ounce tub of Cool Whip to the pudding mix.
Pour the pudding mix over the graham crackers.
Add another layer of graham crackers.
Heat a can of chocolate frosting in the microwave for a few seconds until it is soft and easy to pour. Pour the heated icing over the top layer of graham crackers.
Chill for at least four hours, or over night.
I love, love, love this dessert!!
- 1 box Graham Crackers
- 1 large box French Vanilla pudding
- 1 8oz tub Cool Whip
- 3 cups milk
- 1 can chocolate frosting
- Line bottom of 13×9″ dish with graham crackers.
- In a bowl, mix pudding with milk as directed on pudding box; add Cool Whip to pudding, mix well. Pour pudding mix over graham crackers.
- Add another layer of graham crackers over the pudding. Heat the can of frosting in the microwave until it is soft and easy to pour, about 30 seconds or so. Pour over the top layer of graham crackers.
- Chill four hours or overnight.
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