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Today is Chocolate Wafer Day

03 July is Chocolate Wafer Day.

I was pleased to this day turn up as it’s nice to see something lighter on offer than the more usual chocolate cakes, puddings, or biscuits.

I think chocolate wafer fall broadly into two types, those that are open wafers with chocolate fillings or flavouring, and those that are coated with chocolate. I’m happy with either.

I sometimes get the impression they’re not taken as seriously as their more solid siblings, possibly because they don’t last as long. Wafers tend to melt away, unlike other biscuits such as chocolate digestives or similar, which take a lot more crunching to despatch.

Incidentally, I’m specifically EXCLUDING caramel wafers.

I find them no fun at all – nearly always built with a toffee-like caramel that never melts, and simply serves to waste the wafer.

Open Chocolate Wafers

Open Chocolate Wafers

I’m not sure of a plain (ie not chocolate but say vanilla) wafer coated with chocolate counts as a chocolate wafer. But who cares?

Just to be sure though, this is a chocolate coated chocolate wafer.

Chocolate Coated Chocolate Wafer

Chocolate Coated Chocolate Wafer

And.

Chocolate Coated Wafer

Chocolate Coated Wafer

03/07/2018 - Posted by | Civilian |

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