Neapolitan wafer

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Neapolitan wafer
Neapolitaner Waffel 2.jpg
Neapolitan wafers stacked, showing five layers of wafer and four of hazelnut-chocolate cream
Type Wafer
Place of origin Austria
Created by Manner (confectionery)
Main ingredients Hazelnuts
Cookbook: Neapolitan wafer  Media: Neapolitan wafer

Neapolitan wafers are a wafer and chocolate-cream sandwich biscuit, first made by Austrian company Manner in 1898.[1]

Using hazelnuts imported from Naples, Italy, to make the hazelnut-flavoured chocolate cream filling, they have five wafers and four layers of cream in their 49 millimetres (1.9 in) x 17 millimetres (0.67 in) x 17 millimetres (0.67 in) biscuit size. The basic recipe has remained unchanged to the 21st century.[1]

Manner still sell the biscuits in blocks of ten.[1] Many other companies have copied the idea, most often coating the bar in chocolate.

References[edit]