These delightful wafer cookie chocolate bars couldn’t possibly be any easier to make! And using vegan chocolate at home lets you make a nice vegan treat that you can eat guilt free!
These crispy candy bars are made with old-fashioned wafer cookies you can pick up in any grocery store. The cookies are the kind that have cream between the layers and are like a particular “snapable” chocolate bar but without the chocolate coating. You’ll take care of the chocolate part in your kitchen!
Wafer cookies are typically accidentally vegan, but be sure to check the ingredients listed on the package to be sure.
Just melt vegan chocolate chips, dip the cookies into the chocolate and arrange them on a sheet you can place in the freezer. Within minutes, you and the kids (or whoever eats the snacks at your house) will be in chocolate cookie crisp heaven! You can also add crushed roasted nuts or colorful sprinkles to the tops of these before freezing, for special occasions and holidays. I saw these wafer cookies available in a lot of flavors, including key lime! Experiment and let me know which cookie flavors are your favorite for this recipe.
The chocolate in my candy bars started to dry out a little bit after a couple of days, so I recommend serving these to guests or giving these as gifts on the day you make them or the day after. The oil content in the chocolate must be low, which is good, so you have to work around that. If you are just keeping them at home for yourself, I wouldn’t worry about the chocolate drying out and changing color slightly, the candy bars still taste scrumptious.
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