Food of the Eighties, Butter Cookies (Daisy Shaped)
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Remember these things? A classic - little butter cookies shaped like daisies, with a hole in the middle (so you can put it on your finger as you eat it of course!). I loved these things when I was really little, and the shape was oh-so-70s and early 80s. You can still find them today. Gerber makes a yummy Arrowroot version for babies. The shape is what sells them!
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Nina - February 13, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember taking these cookies into kindergarten when it was my turn to eat with our milk.I loved to put them on my finger. Yum
ajl2 - June 25, 2010 - Report this comment
We got these as snacks in grammar school, presumably because there were so many in a package and therefore cheap - we'd get 2 or 3 on a napkin plus a little Dixie paper cup of syrupy orange drink. The 1st grade teacher seemed okay with wearing them on fingers but had ZERO tolerance for breaking them along their "petals" to savor. She'd swoop in, pick up the whole napkin and throw them out. Anyway - Anyone remember the "chocolate chip" flavor of these?
SZA - June 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow, sounds like your teacher had some serious issues!

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