This retro dessert of store-bought “famous” chocolate wafer cookies and whipped cream is lightened up with yogurt which also gives it a pleasant tang.  After some time in the refrigerator, these icebox stacks are transformed from crispy cookie stacks to single serving cakes.  Garnish with leftover wafer crumbs, grated chocolate, cocoa, raspberries, or cherries.

Chocolate Wafer Yogurt Stack Cakes

This retro dessert of store-bought “famous” chocolate wafer cookies and whipped cream is lightened up with yogurt which also gives it a pleasant tang. After some time in the refrigerator, these icebox stacks are transformed from crispy cookie stacks to single serving cakes. Garnish with leftover wafer crumbs, grated chocolate, cocoa, raspberries, or cherries.

Ready In: 03:00-06:00 (includes chilling time)

Level: Easy


Prep: 15 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: 6-7 mini cakes

directions

Step 1

Whip cream until thickened and then add sugar and vanilla. Continue to whip until soft peaks form; add yogurt and beat until stiff peaks form.

Step 2

Assemble a stack by taking a heaping teaspoonful of filling and laying it on a wafer. Top with second wafer and gently press until about ¼ inch thick (the filling should be flush with sides of wafer). Continue until you have 5 wafers stacked. Finish with a dollop of cream/yogurt mixture. Repeat until you should have 6 or 7 stacks. Chill stacks for at least 3 hours or overnight. Garnish with desired toppings before serving.