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I like to eat wafer cookies, such as the ones in the picture here. These usually come in three flavors (chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry). Unlike regular cookies, which I can bake in the oven, and come out as round and thick, wafer cookies seem to be made of many layers and have a waffle-pattern on the outside. Unfortunately, cannot find any in the supermarket, so I want to make my own. Do I need any special machinery to create these cookies?

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I am not sure what you mean. Google Images finds both normal cookies and normal filled hard waffles. Could you post a picture, please? – rumtscho Mar 18 '12 at 11:35

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