Pitter Patter Cookies

Pitter Patter cookies used to be one of my favorite after-school snacks. Here is a photo of a package of these cookies, which were made by Keebler.

Pitter Patter cookies were sandwich cookies filled with peanut butter creme. The cookies themselves were crunchy and made with oats. I liked to take them apart, eat one of the hard cookies, and then eat the remaining one with the peanut butter creme.

These were similar to Do-Si-Dos, the Girl Scout version of a peanut butter sandwich cookie. The main difference was that Pitter Patters were much harder and crunchier, whereas Do-Si-Dos tend to be crumbly and somewhat easier on the teeth.

4 comments:

M Pax May 19, 2011 at 2:43 PM  

Oh, those were delicious. I'd forgotten about them.

Tours of the Vatican May 20, 2011 at 2:53 PM  

I honestly think I may be a little too young for them. I had never heard of them growing up, but they do sound delicious! (I'm a thin mint girl when it comes to the Girl Scouts' cookies.) Why'd they stop making them?

Sara

Anonymous June 16, 2013 at 5:38 AM  

They are back, can be found at Walmart.

Eliza Wynn August 7, 2013 at 2:39 PM  

Thank you! I had no idea they were back! I'll have to look for them. I hope they taste the same.

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