I have been thinking about the sugar wafer cookies that I loved as a kid, but that turned out not to be so delicious.
Rectacular, waffled wafers with a chocolate cream -- or a white vanilla or a pink something else -- in the middle. I remember loving them, but realizing later that the wafers were dry and the filing wasn't great. This was about when I discovered Milanos and realized that I could afford adult cookies.
Now, I'm back to those sugar wafers thanks to a Turkish bar that took that cookie to the next level. Ulkerin bars take those sugar wafers and fill them with a hazelnut cream. Then the whole thing gets wrapped in chocolate. It's halfway between a cookie and a candy bar. I ate through an entire bite-sized bag of Ulkerin over the past three weeks. Two bucks for a few dozen little bars that I tossed in lunches and chomped after dinner.