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Mallomar Cookies



Mallomar Cookies consist of a graham biscuit on the bottom, topped by a dollop of marshmallow.

Both are coated with a thin layer of dark chocolate.

The chocolate is poured over the assembled cookie, rather than the cookie dipped into it.

70% of all production is sold in New York.

Mallomar Cookies are made by Nabisco, except in the summer months: Nabisco says they are too hard to ship in the heat.

Tunnock's Teacakes, Mallomar Cookies, Whippet Cookies, Moonpies and Krembos are quite similar. Whippets are the longest-made of these.

History Notes

Mallomars were first made in West Hoboken, N.J., in 1913.

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Cookies

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