Food of the Seventies, Fudgetown Cookies

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Small cookies, flower-shaped. Choc. cookie on both sides, with fudge type cream in the center.
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Mike - January 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Those used to be my favorite cookies. They were made by keebler.
JEANNIE - February 06, 2008 - Report this comment
Joe Poss - March 11, 2008 - Report this comment
I used to smoke a bit of weed and get home and eat packages of Fudgetown Cookies. Oh, what memories or did I forget.
z.grant - September 12, 2008 - Report this comment
I just loved these cookies, wish I can find them. Woul d bring back alot of peoples childhood memories. does anyone know where i csn find them
Mike R - April 04, 2009 - Report this comment
Actually, they were made by Burry. delicious!
Bob - July 14, 2009 - Report this comment
There were two varieties: regular and Funilla, which had chocolate fudge between two vanilla cookies. Each box contained several wrapped packs of six, the perfect snack size. When I was a kid, the perfect summer afternoon was spent swimming in the backyard pool, followed by a pack of Funilla Fudgetowns and a glass of milk. The proper way to eat a Fudgetown: push out the little fudge "bullet" through the hole in the center, and eat it first. Then pull apart the two cookie halves, lick off the fudge, and eat the cookies last.
Lori - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Bob you are absoluely right. That is the exact way that I used to eat them too. I wish they would bring them back. Why is it that all the good stuff goes and the crap stays?
Rob - November 25, 2009 - Report this comment
Fudgetowns were made by Burry.I loved them.A good substitute is E.L.Fudge by Keebler.They come regular and double stuffed. - January 25, 2010 - Report this comment
*** I am looking to BUY a vintage box of Fudgetown (either flavor) if anyone has one please email me. I'd pay good cash for one.
soupy - January 28, 2010 - Report this comment
I don't know about any Burry's cookies, but the Keebler Fudgetown cookies were the absolute best along with the cookie break cookies by nabisco.I wish they would bring back my favorite childhood cookies:(
Joe - February 13, 2011 - Report this comment
I grew up on these cookies. I forgot all about them and for some unknown reason, they popped into my head earlier today when I was shopping for cookies for my kids. I miss them so much. YES!! Pop out the center (sort of an appetizer) then eat the cookie. Why do we always look back at how good things were and never forward? Say's a lot about society. Everythinds gone to crap! I decided to google it and can't believe the love out here for my beloved childhood cookie. With the popularity they enjoyed, it's a wonder that no one resurrected the recipe.
bill - May 24, 2011 - Report this comment
they were great.....wish they made a comeback!
Matt - July 18, 2011 - Report this comment
OMG, I can't believe that others remember these awesome cookies. I remember eating these with Nestle's Quik. Bob nailed it on how to eat them. Now that I'm 40, remembering all these things from my childhood makes me sad. Rob said the EL Fudge is close and he's right, but it's not the same. Love Joe's comment...always looking back and never forward.
skiers - August 17, 2011 - Report this comment
O m g I loved keebler fudge town cookies I would buy them today. so many other products are bringing out the old retro items why not keebler? I hope keebler is listening to us
Cindi - September 08, 2011 - Report this comment
There must have been 2 companies that made Fudgetown cookies, because I know mine were made by Keebler. We lived in CA at the time. Sure wish they still made them!
Jack - December 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Are these cookies made anymore? If anyone knows, please email me @
Ivan - January 01, 2012 - Report this comment
There is a company, Dare, that makes an all fudge cookie much like the fudge town, only a larger cookie size, only carried in some stores, here on Long Island I have found them in King Kullen. Brings back the good memories.
Don - January 26, 2012 - Report this comment
If I'm not mistaken, Burry was bought or disolved somehow into Keebler; they have the same cartoonish packaging which evolved into the current elf characters. I'm a Los Angeles native and remember Scooter Pies during the 60s & 70s...Burry was the supplier of "thin mint" cookies to the girl scouts, which is identical to Keebler's grasshopper cookies???
Nancy - June 21, 2012 - Report this comment
So funny! I googled Fudgetown cookies and found this page... I thought I was the only one who would love to find those old time favs. I thought Vermont Country Store would have them but nope. Let's write to Keebler!
donna - July 15, 2012 - Report this comment
Fudgetown cookies were the best cookies. I havent tasted anyting close to them. I wish they would come back. I remember eating with a boyfriend I had afyer high school.
Bart - August 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Burry Biscuit Company was located here in New Jersey. We used to go to the factory to buy five pound boxes of imperfect cookies that they could not sell to stores. Mmmmm....
Liz - August 19, 2012 - Report this comment
DON! You mentioned you have found the Dare cookies in some King Kullens on LI!? Which store?? I live on LI and am looking for them! THANKS!
Michele - September 18, 2012 - Report this comment
My favorite cookie when I was growing up. Nothing compares oe comes close to them. Please bring them back.
Marianne - November 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Fudge town cookies were the best. They need to bring them back. They were cute too! A childhood staple. Wonder if cookie monster ever had one?
steve - February 03, 2013 - Report this comment
Keebler never made the fudgetown burry did then salerno ,I also miss the Mr chips ,lickety-splits gaucho
Joe - March 06, 2013 - Report this comment
Fudgetowns were the BEST! I used to take 6 and put them all in the bottom of a glass of whole milk. Then wait a minute...drink the milk, then spoon out the cookies one at a time. The BEST!
lisa - March 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Weren't they in a white package?
julia - August 08, 2013 - Report this comment
keebler fudge town cookies, were made by keebler
Howie - August 09, 2013 - Report this comment
Why did the marshmallow cookies have to disappear they were my favorites from the 70s
William - January 08, 2014 - Report this comment
Fudgetown were the absolute best cookie ever made. The only thing that came close was, strangely enough, a Target store brand that has also gone extinct.
Lizzie - March 09, 2014 - Report this comment
I remember the other cookies in t 6 pack- there was lemon luv, gauchos, chipparoos, (I think) the fugetown and one other??
gail - June 24, 2014 - Report this comment
They were the best cookies! Perfect pack of 6. I always pushed the filling from the whole first...they also made butter cookies that I loved too.
Andrea - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Fudge town cookies by Burry were the best. I remember the vanilla ones too. Totally brings me back to my youth! Wish they'd make a comeback!
Eddie - August 30, 2014 - Report this comment
I LOVED Fudegetown cookies. My grandparents spoiled me with Fudgetowns and Hershey's chocolate drink.I have tried to find a substitute all these years and have found cookies that are close...but not exactly the same. Dare chocolate cremes are similar in taste,especially the creamy center. One cookie has the hole in the center but the other doesn't.I found these at our local Big Lots. $2.00 a box. Now if I could find a substitute for Nabisco Tid Bits cheese sticks I'd be in heaven.
Fudgetown Dreaming - November 11, 2014 - Report this comment
I LOVED them too!!!! I can't find anything that tastes as good (and yes I tried the Dare cookies). Wish they would bring these back!!!!
Kathy - November 20, 2014 - Report this comment
Best Cookie ever!!!!!!!
Elaine - December 18, 2014 - Report this comment
I loved these cookies!! I'm hoping one day some other company produces them again. I have not found anything like them.
Claudia - December 28, 2014 - Report this comment
Yes, they were definitely one of my all time favorite cookies. I just don't understand why they are not being made anymore.
mark - January 06, 2015 - Report this comment
Okay people - I actually found a cookie similar to the chocolate Fudgetown cookies. Fudegtowns were my absolute favorite. I used to beg my mother for them at the Acme and Pathmark on Elmira Ave in Elizabeth. I had no idea that Fudgetowns were actually made in Elizabeth NJ! Anyway... I was at Ikea recently (hmmm also in beautiful Elizabeth by chance) and got these cookies that reminded me so much of Fudgetowns. They were chocolate cookies with chocolate icing (of course) - but something was so similar. Since I got them a few months ago I have just seen them with vanilla cookies :( On the Ikea site the vanilla ones are called Kakor Choklad. Just thought I'd let me fellow Fudgetowners know about this.
D - January 30, 2016 - Report this comment
My husband just bought cookies from Kroger in Dallas - they're called PSSST Chocolate Fudge Sandwich cookies, distributed by Kroger, and after eating one I was transported to my childhood. They are that close to the originals!
Steve - February 06, 2016 - Report this comment
I remember having them with milk while watching Saturday morning cartoons as a kid in the early 60's in Florida. I think I remember that they made a short comeback sometime in the 80's, but then they disappeared again. I think about them from time to time because they were the ONLY store-bought cookies I ever really liked.
Rob Lambert - February 07, 2016 - Report this comment
Burry's Fudgetown Cookies go back to 1936. Found a few box images. First, one from around 1958, with the words FUDGE and TOWN printed on separate flags, sandwich cookie and houses pictured. Burry logo in English Gothic script. Second, appeared to be a camouflage box from World War 2, possibly used for overseas field rations. Seemed to be a strictly East-Coast product, a direct competitor of Drake's line of products in the greater New York City area. No TV commercials to be found. YouTube has a radio spot c. 1977.
Chinese Ark - July 20, 2016 - Report this comment
yeah, Burry's did these! I loved them!
Jane - July 26, 2016 - Report this comment
There is a 1966 tv commericial on youtube for fudgetown cookies. Blast from the past

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