Butter Cookies, Mystic Mints, and Marshmallow Sandwiches are a few of Nabisco’s past-favorites. The Kettle Cookie was also removed from an assorted box.
From the 1940s to the 1960s, Marshmallow Sandwiches from Nabisco were quite well-liked. Marshmallow Sandwiches were cake-like cookies with a marshmallow sandwiched in the middle.
Many people attribute the flavour of these pastries to marzipan. The Mallomars cookie, which is more well-known, took their place when Nabisco stopped making the cookies sometime in the 1970s.
Mystic Mints are a different cookie that Nabisco has stopped making. These cookies, which had softer cookie pieces and cream in the centre like Oreos, were popular in the 1970s. The chocolate mint frosting covered the whole cookie. A Girl Scout Thin Mint or an Oreo with mint taste are frequently used as comparisons for the flavour of Mystic Mints.
A spherical, flower-shaped Butter Cookie with a hole in the middle was likewise withdrawn by Nabisco. These biscuits reminded me of butter cookies from Denmark. The cookies were supposedly abandoned by Nabisco because they were too expensive to create and frequently broke in the packaging.
A packet of assortments that Nabisco used to sell is no longer manufactured. Because of the diversity they offered, assortment packs with multiple cookie varieties were marketed for families or gatherings.
Oreos, Butter Cookies, Sugar Wafers, and Kettle Cookies were all included in the packets. After Nabisco stopped selling the selection pack, the only place where the Kettle Cookie could be purchased was in that packaging.