Neapolitan wafers (also called gaufrettes in some countries, though this term can refer to other foods) are a wafer and chocolate-cream sandwich biscuit, first made by Austrian company Manner in 1898.
|Place of origin||Austria|
|Created by||Manner (confectionery)|
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.
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