Food of the Seventies, Chocolate Covered Cookie/Shortbread

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It was in the early 70's (mid 70's). A chocolate bar/wafer kind of shortbread consistencey (flaky) covered in Chocolate. The package was purple, gold, white. Each package had about 6 square size cookies/shortbread covered with chocolate. Back then it was about .25 cents ??? I was born in 1959 - so remember buying it at the grocery store with my mom...
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K- - November 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Those were so good! They were made by Cadbury and you can find similar biscuits but not the same size texture....
karen - February 19, 2009 - Report this comment
those were like the best cookies, they were like melt in your mouth good. there is another that we bought alot in the 70's that were caramel nuts, etc.if anyone has an idea what they were called, i would love to know.
Angela - May 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Man, I loved those cookies. I do remember that they were made by Cadbury They are probably one of the best cookies I have ever had. It is on of my best childhood memories. Is there anywhere I can purchase these again.
Sharon - January 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Looking for the same cookie.
sandy - March 10, 2011 - Report this comment
i want to know what they were called as well they were the best wish they would come back!
sheryl - October 10, 2012 - Report this comment
OMG those were the best cookies ever why would they stop selling those cookies they started out with 6 in the pack then went to 4 OMG if anyone know where i can find them please hit me up at sherylportis@yahoo.com
shelia h. - November 30, 2012 - Report this comment
This was a great cookie.I wish they were still availiable.Things were really good when the kit-kat candy bar was made by roundtree company, some things should be left alone
Maribella - February 11, 2013 - Report this comment
These were my favorite cookies when I was a kid!I used to buy it from the truck that was like a little store that would come around the neighborhood. They were my favorite! I wish someone would bring them back. I want those cookies!!!!
hutchinaugusta - November 07, 2013 - Report this comment
my dad use to bring these home to me back in 1969 or 1970 from the hospital he worked at, had the sleeve covering a gold tin wrapper, so good, I also am looking for these
chuckthefreek - June 29, 2014 - Report this comment
During my summers as a child in Ontario, Canada, my grandmother would always buy these Cadbury 'cookies' for me from Cleve's Hi-Way Market in Tobermory. At the time in Canada, one side of the box would be in English and the other side printed in French. This was the same for all products like cookies or boxes of cereal. I remember the French side saying 'Biscuit' instead of cookie. The cookies were long and rectangular. Two flat 'biscuits' with chocolate in the middle between them and then covered in Cadbury chocolate. They also made these with orange cream in the middle, two, so you had a choice. If it got warm the cookies would kind of melt together in the white cardboard box. I remember the boxes being covered in a white wrapper with the familiar Cabury logo in dark violet blue with gold letters. They were always imported from England in those days and I've yet to find them since. Cadbury makes Fingers now which are long thin cookies covered in their chocolate and they taste similar but not nearly as good. I went to a World Market store in Ann Arbor, Michigan today and found the Cadbury Fingers, but also Cadbury Crunchie cookies and Cadbury Dairy Milk cookies. The Dairy Milks looked kind of like the old biscuits without the chocolate filling and these were more square shaped. Their Cadbury Crunchie candy bars are similar to a Butterfinger here in the states, I believe, so those cookies has pieces of peanut butter candy in them. Still I'm sure these new found cookies cannot compare to the original biscuits in taste. Even now when I cross the border, I still look for those original biscuits, just like other Canadian products from my childhood like Chocolate Soldier drink and Humpty Dumpty Chips and snacks.
wendyg - July 22, 2014 - Report this comment
I remember those six square chocolate covered shortbread cookies. There was only one store in our small town that carried them. When I was in high school my mom would take me every week to get enough packs to pack in my lunch bag for school. I've looked for them everywhere would love to have them back. They were the best.
Rita - February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember those cookies and they were absolutely delicious. Where can I find the recipe?
Leah - March 29, 2015 - Report this comment
OMG! I was starting to think I had imagined those cookies. I have been looking for those things for over 40 years!!!! Whose idea was it to stop making those? Obviously I am still looking....I'm on this site :-(.
Ena - April 25, 2015 - Report this comment
And to think, I thought I imagined these cookies. They were real and I remember them to well and I want them please tell me if you get any information about them .i just need to know why they stopped selling them. Help me !!!!
Seasuns - May 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Not only were these Cadbury chocolate covered short bread cookies around in the '70s, they were around in the early '60s. When I was in junior high (65 now) I would take my daily lunch money of 35 cents to buy a package of 6 small squares wrapped in thin aluminum every morning at the neighborhood store for 25 cants. I remember them because they were absolutely decadent.
k - May 19, 2015 - Report this comment
Cadbury snacks are what those cookies are now called and, sadly, you can only buy them from England. I did have a connection a few years back online with a British foods importer so the price was not too high but they seem to have gone out of business. if you "Google" Cadbury snack, you will find them, even on a amazon, but be prepared to pay handsomely. yes, they are still as delicious as they were back then.
Angela - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
I found the cookies online I so believe these are the cookies, im going to order a few packs and I will report back if they are the same.
Sandra - February 04, 2016 - Report this comment
Please share where you bought them from
linda - March 05, 2016 - Report this comment
No the cadbury snack is different . Those cookies weren't cream filled with the snack .
SS - April 06, 2016 - Report this comment
They are available in the US on Amazon.com for around $10 for 6 packages (6 cookies in each),free shipping. Just ordered and received in mail, but the chocolate was melted. Tasted just like I remember though!
Linda - January 02, 2017 - Report this comment
TimTams are so much like Cadbury chocolate covered shortbread. They are made by Arnott, a company in Australia. Kroger supermarket sells them They are delicious. The cookie is chocolate but a very mild flavor. They taste just like the original.
Ann - January 04, 2017 - Report this comment
Man, those were the best ever! I have searched high and low trying to find them!! Please! Please! Please! Let me find them again

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