Chocolate Wafers

Crispy, crunchy and loaded with chocolate flavours. Those chocolate wafers are perfect ANYTIME sweet treat! Serve with ice cream, or sandwich them together with whipped cream. They're also great by themselves.
Adapted from Smitten Kitchen

  • 200 g All purpose flour
  • 70 g Unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 200 g Sugar
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Baking soda
  • 180 g Unsalted butter, slightly softened and cut into smaller pieces
  • 3 tbsp Whole milk
  • 1 tsp Pure vanilla extract
  1. Whisk the flour, cocoa powder, sugar, salt and baking soda in the bowl of food processor and pulse to mix thoroughly. Add in butter, milk and vanilla extract and process until the mixture clumps around the blade or the sides of the bowl.
  2. Place the mixture on the work surface and form into a log about 14 inches/35 cm long. Wrap the log in wax paper or foil and refrigerate until firm, at least one hour, or overnight.
  3. Position the racks in the upper and lower thirds of the oven and preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Cut the log of dough into slices a 1/8 inch/3 mm thick and place them 1 inch/2.4 cm apart on the lined sheets (cookies will spread). Sprinkle the top lightly with granulated sugar if desired.
  4. Bake for 12-15 minutes until the the cookies puff up Remove from oven and let the cookies cool on the baking sheet for about 5 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely. These cookies may be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to two weeks.


Elisabeth 5/6/11 15:56

Just popped over from Foodbuzz...buzzed you!
These wafer thin cookies are so irrestable, I can eat that whole stack by myself. My first love is "chocolate" of course, and these wafer thin cookies look ever so yummy, and delicious:DDD
BTW-first time, ever...your first commenter?...yeayyy!!!

Jeannie 5/6/11 16:01

Wow! You really can bake yummy cookies! These sounds good! I love crispy cookies!

Lisa H. 5/6/11 16:15

the nicely tied up choc wafers are for me? Thank you Angie ;)
Great to have it with tea... and munch away with a good book in hand.

Gloria Baker 5/6/11 16:23

WOW! Angies these cookies look delicious! love them! gloria

Patty Price 5/6/11 16:26

Love your photos, wish I could have a little tast test here-your chocolate wafers look good;-)

tinyskillet 5/6/11 16:32

Mmm,...these look perfect. I was thinking ice cream sandwich when I first saw them. Cookies is one thing I can bake, so I bookmarked this one.

Vimitha Durai 5/6/11 16:51

Angie, looks so rich in chocolate and those are irresistible wafers...

Three-Cookies 5/6/11 17:03

Looks really delicious. This would make a nice cookie sandwich

WendyinKK 5/6/11 17:33

I've earmarked this recipe from Smitten Kitchen for a long long time.
I really should try making this.

Rosa's Yummy Yums 5/6/11 18:16

They look very tempting! Crispy cookies are irresistible and quite addictive.



adorasbox 5/6/11 18:21

They look so moreish. I could probably eat the whole lot in one go.

Maris(In Good Taste) 5/6/11 18:31

Crispy, crunchy and chocolate is an unbeatable combination for a cookie!

ann low 5/6/11 19:21

Really love this crispy & crunchy cookies! Must bookmark this and make it soon :)

Finla 5/6/11 19:46

Looks so so good, i love the way you have bundeld them up.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 5/6/11 20:18

They look so good! I love chocolate wafers with ice cream in the middle!

pigpigscorner 5/6/11 20:37

Very versatile wafers! I'd love to snack on these!

TinaRBK 5/6/11 21:20

Thanks for posting this! There is only one brand I found on the grocery shelves. It was a tiny 4 inch box costing nearly six dollars-they are proud of them. I am sure that this recipe makes more delicious cookies than those at a much cheaper cost.

ANNEMİNELİ 5/6/11 21:43

Ellerine sağlık,çok güzel görünüyor.Sevgilerrrrrr....

Belinda @zomppa 5/6/11 21:58

You'd have to lock the cabinet or I'd eat all of these!

Anonymous 5/6/11 22:16

Oh YUMM! looks so tasty! :)

Beth 6/6/11 00:11

Those wafer cookies look adorable. I love the way you photographed them!

Unknown 6/6/11 00:26

what a nice thin wafer, perfection

Maria 6/6/11 01:17

These would make a lovely home-made gift, they look so pretty!

OohLookBel 6/6/11 01:39

'Sandwich together with whipped cream' - the perfect thing to do with these perfect wafers. Yum!

Cathy 6/6/11 02:17

Your chocolate cookies look so tasty and you have packaged them up very nicely. I would love their rich chocolate flavor and crunchiness. Very nice photos.

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 6/6/11 02:27

Mmmmmmm....I know these would disappear quickly here! Such a cute presentation, too :)

OysterCulture 6/6/11 03:52

These are the kinds of cookies that cause me grief. I can never stop with one and the numbers rapidly increase. They look divine.

Katie@Cozydelicious 6/6/11 03:52

oooh, I love thin crisp little cookies! These would be great crumbled in ice cream (coffee ice cream!), or crushed and sprinkled over a fruit salad.

Jocie's Mom 6/6/11 04:19

Having just devoured 4 pounds of wiener schnitzel, NOTHING should be making my tummy growl...these yummy wafers sure as heck did though. Mmm...i'd love them with some strawberry ice cream in between :)

Torviewtoronto 6/6/11 05:10

delicious looking wafers looks wonderful

Foodness Gracious 6/6/11 05:40

I would definetely sandwich these, they look awesome!!

Roxana GreenGirl 6/6/11 07:06

wonderful presentation as usual Angie.
The cookies sound amazing, bet them make a great ice-cream sandwich ... mmmm

Priscilla - She's Cookin' 6/6/11 08:41

Oh, those slim wafers are dangerous! And I have to agree that they would make delicious whipped cream or ice cream sandwiches. Beautiful styling, Angie :)

Anonymous 6/6/11 08:49

I absolutely love a crunchy cookie / biscuit and these chocolate wafers looks incredible! I am hoping to try them today if not tomorrow.
:-) Mandy

Priya Suresh 6/6/11 11:11

Wonderful looking wafers, feel like munching some..

Unknown 6/6/11 13:14

The wafers look fantastic. Beautiful presentation.

Jo 6/6/11 13:43

The chocolate wafers look absolutely delicious .. wow bet it'll go nicely with a cold glass of fresh milk!

kitchen flavours 6/6/11 14:43

These look great! A full jar of these will be empty in a flash! Crunch...crunch....yummm!

Unknown 6/6/11 15:08

I saw the posting for these on Smitten Kitchen....must be a sign that I need to make them :)

norma 6/6/11 15:11

They are really god looking wafers...

In Katrina's Kitchen 6/6/11 15:55

Oh my head is churning with yummy ideas of what to do with these!! Yum-o!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 6/6/11 16:59

Ooooo, I can't wait to try these. They look perfectly delicious!

My Little Space 6/6/11 17:16

Angie, I wonder why they call this as wafer! They look more like cookies to me. :o) Well, I was quite curious actually! thanks for sharing. Hope you're having a fabulous day.
Blessings, Kristy

Sutapa 6/6/11 17:33

No other words for this choco wafers only .... irresistible!

Sarah Naveen 6/6/11 18:34

Beautiful presentation..nice clicks..looks so perfect and yummy!!

tigerfish 6/6/11 18:59

I love how thin these choc. wafers are! But danger danger, I may just eat lots without realizing it! :O

Cheah 6/6/11 19:09

This is perfect snack anytime of the day!

Unknown 6/6/11 20:07

Oh they look great, I want to try making these too :)
*kisses* HH

Nourhan @ Miss Anthropist's Kitchen 6/6/11 20:36

Those look absolutely PERFECT! Thanks so much for sharing!

Anne 7/6/11 00:38

Oh how perfect! I love to use chocolate wafers a lot instead of graham crackers in making the base of a cheesecake! Thanks for sharing this recipe! : )

Janine 7/6/11 01:41

These look really good, and I imagine a dollop of cream sandwiched in between these two wafers would be ....mmmmm heavenly! Bookmarking!!

Reeni 7/6/11 03:18

I love the idea of eating these with ice cream! Such delectable little treats - I bet they pack a punch of chocolate!

Tiffany 7/6/11 04:26

What a great sweet treat!

Zoe 7/6/11 04:39

I love these thin crispy cookies. Very nice recipe and I will bookmark this.

Ivy 7/6/11 11:33

I can imagine how perfect these would be with ice cream:)

Faith 7/6/11 13:40

These crispy cookies look divine! They're so pretty, especially the way you presented them!

Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 7/6/11 16:02

Angie - These looks so delicious! I love how you tied them up.... simple yet elegant! Good job on presentation and photography.

Anonymous 7/6/11 18:51

I am in love with your photography...
and those wafers look heavenly..they should be eaten by the stack hehehe

Juliana 7/6/11 22:46

Angie, these cookies look delicious, my husband will go crazy with them...and yes I want mine with ice cream :-) Hope you are having a great week!

Unknown 7/6/11 22:48

piled up wafers makes me want some right away yumoo!


Wow, do I eer need a few of those right now. :)

Bakerbynature 7/6/11 23:23

I see ice cream in these cookies future; they look like the perfect crunch chocolate treat!

Claudia 8/6/11 02:58

I often have one fabulous piece of dark chocolate every day for a pick-me-up. These wafers would serve as well. Of course, I would have to hide them from the family if I wanted them to last more than a day. By my count, I see a sweet stack for each of us!

sweetlife 8/6/11 03:13

great wafers..i have still to master these!!


Sue 8/6/11 07:17

Oh Angie, Your chocolate cookie stacks look awesome! Such a versatile cookie.

blackbookkitchendiaries 8/6/11 11:37

you are super talented my friend! i love how these cookies look:) they are to die for! thank you fr sharing this.

Lindsey @ Gingerbread Bagels 8/6/11 15:33

These chocolate wafers look sooo good. I have always wanted to make my own! Thanks for the recipe. :)

Joanne 8/6/11 23:08

these babies with ice cream in the middle? Ultimate dessert!

Catherine 9/6/11 00:44

Dear Angie. The chocolate wafers look perfect. I am sure that they would go great with coffee or tea. I love anything chocolate!
Thank you for your visit to my blog and for taking the time to leave a comment. Blessings your way, Catherine.

Barbara 9/6/11 02:32

These look fabulous, Angie. I'd much rather make these than buy those awful ones in the market! I'd sandwich some ice cream in between. I am so bad!

Raina 9/6/11 03:51

Yum! They look delicious:)

Miriam 9/6/11 04:14

Delicious! These would be perfect dipped in chocolate as well (for us die hard chocoholics :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

grace 9/6/11 07:08

these are definitely screaming for a filling of some type, and the list of possibilities is endless!

Lynda - TasteFood 10/6/11 15:59

Oh, how I love these! They look like perfect little chocolate pick-me-ups.

Barbara Bakes 10/6/11 23:29

Love the pictures. Such a great, versatile cookie.

sensiblecooking 10/6/11 23:42

Say no more then crispy, crunchy and LOADED WITH CHOCOLATE. I am sold. Making these tonight and finishing tonight and make more tomorrow morning.

FOODESSA 13/6/11 20:17

Well Angie...did you think I'd leave and not grab a few of these chocolate wafers? I am very much a sweet case you hadn't noticed. LOL

Flavourful wishes,

lena 17/6/11 17:57

angie, i'm just so impressed with your made them look really really good! If i were to shoot cookies, i think i would just lay them straight on the boring looking!

tasteofbeirut 17/6/11 19:16

I used to buy boxes of chocolate wafers and eat them plain. They were my favorite boxed chocolate, but they are very hard to find these days; so I am grateful that you have posted a recipe that will be a great solution for my predicament!

apaler1 22/6/11 18:30

Another great recipe Angie. Thanks for posting and the photos are gorgeous. I'm so envious! What I really love about this recipe is that its made with ingredients that I always have on hand so I don't need to worry about ordering anything in advance. :)

janakidiary 28/6/11 12:16

I tried this recipe and it's sooo good! Thanks for sharing and thanks to Smitten Kitchen :)

Anonymous 5/7/11 13:47

So pretty! I love the format of your blog, btw--it reminds me of Tastespotting. It's a visual feast browsing each recipe by photo. :)

German Mama 28/7/11 01:18

These look great. Saved and buzzed the recipe.


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