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Cookies You Loved That Aren't Available Now

I used to love those brown edge wafer cookies in the box wrapped in paper.  They were about 4 inches and yellow in the middle.

 

Keebler had two chocolate elf shaped cookies with a fudge center.  They were great.

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Inthink these flat toasted square crackers with thin raisin filling  were made by Nabisco.  They came in oblong package with about 4 cookies / oblong and about three oblongs high.  I could and probably did eat the whole package while I read a book up in my room.

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Re: Cookies You Loved That Aren't Available Now

Malomars

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@ECBG  A bunch but one comes to mind that my DS and I loved. DH couldn't stand them. They were made by Mother's Cokies, where white squares with little chocolate chips in them. The tops were kind of "powdery" and they were called Angel somethings and I could kill a whole package by myself.

 

For years I've kept looking in the store for them but alas, they are no more.

 

I'm another who still misses Malomars!

 

And Archway Iced Molasses cookies, oh yum. I like cookies, can you tell? LOL

 

 

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We're going back a long ways, but does anyone remember Fudgetown cookies? I don't think they've been around since the 80's now or maybe earlier. It was a chocolate sandwich cookie with chocolate inside. Not gourmet but they were so good!

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@Flatbush wrote:

Malomars


Wow, when did they stop Malomars? I thought they were still sold.

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@daisyk wrote:

@Flatbush wrote:

Malomars


Wow, when did they stop Malomars? I thought they were still sold.


No.  We still have them in our area.  

 

They use to make a cookie called "Yes Yes" and they were made of chocolate, coconut, and caramel.  

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I don't see a lot of cookies that used to be made.

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@ECBG wrote:

I used to love those brown edge wafer cookies in the box wrapped in paper.  They were about 4 inches and yellow in the middle.

 

Keebler had two chocolate elf shaped cookies with a fudge center.  They were great.


 

 

i love the brown edge wafer cookies! i need to make a batch. they are very easy to make.

 

nabisco brown edge wafers.jpg

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i miss lemon coolers and i miss lime coolers......i think they were made by sunshine? they were small cookies with a burst of lemon or lime flavor and covered in powdered sugar.

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