Not coated, covered or dipped in but enrobed. Synonym, neologism or archaic?
Off we go, and our first stop is MW Third Universal:
1: to invest or adorn with or as if with a robe; broadly : attire;
2: to cover (confections) with a coating (as of chocolate) .
All synonyms refer to clothing or dressing, and the noun is one who dresses, an enrober.
verb (used with object), en·robed, en·rob·ing.
to dress; attire: The king was enrobed in velvet.
Also from D.com, questions related:
Enrobing Food is when you are Coating one product with another” Chocolate is a popular one when you cover a biscuit, for instance.
An enrober, according to Wikipedia: machine used in the confectionery industry to coat a food item with a coating medium, typically chocolate.
Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary:
“We do not have an entry for enrobe.”
So, what is it? Vanity? Pretentiousness? The wafer cookies are produced by the Loacker family on a mountain in Sicily, and perhaps they are royalty or wish to be so enrobed in the garment sense.
But wasn’t this entry about a word? Mostly. Entries about words (mostly) will appear as things of many things.