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April 24, 2014 8:56 am
From:Sioux Falls, SD
Message:Hydrox Cake was always my favorite dessert growing up in the 1960's. There are many recipes, and some may be easier than this one, but it's definitely worth the effort. The only difference between this one and my grandma's recipe, is Grandma used 1/2 tsp salt instead of 1/4 tsp. I hope the company that makes these, publishes the recipe on the package. http://cooks.com/hp3c34xv

Ellia Kassoff
April 17, 2014 11:53 pm
From:Leaf Brands, LLC (Newport Coast, Ca)
Message:We are very excited to announce Leaf Brands has acquired the Hydrox trademark and formula and will be reintroducing the best sandwich cookie in the world later this year!

March 27, 2014 1:44 am
Message:My mom was a Hydrox fan when we were kids in the 1960's, and so were we, as they were by far superior to Oreo. The filling had a unique texture, Oreo is filled with sweet wax/lard texture. I make my own cookies now, but thought of Hydrox, and recently noticed they were gone. Bummer!

robin wod
March 14, 2014 9:08 pm
Message:If they are EVER produced again I would really like to know how & where to get them!

Geoff Jones
February 7, 2014 6:12 pm
From:Allentown, PA
Message:I have always been a huge Hydrox fan and have found that Twisto's from Walmart taste exactly the same. I thought that maybe these are hydrox under a generic name.

January 31, 2014 3:22 am
Message:I remember the crispness, the distinct smell, and the cream filling was firm and sweet...I have never been a fan of Oreo ... I love me some Hydrox and cold, cold milk...Devine!

Sally Morgan
January 27, 2014 12:14 am
From:Fremont, CA
Message:My friend's mother recently passed away. She worked at the Sunshine Bakeries in Oakland in the 1950's. Pat has fond memories of her Mom working there. I wanted to offer a special touch of the bakery at her upcoming memorial service. Any advice of what I could get? Thanks, Sally Morgan

January 15, 2014 10:10 pm
From:La Jolla, CA
Message:Hydrox rules! Always have. Always will. I eat homemade chocolate chip cookies now, but I want my Hydrox back.

Bill Burnett
January 6, 2014 6:21 am
From:Salina, OK
Message:I was born in 1947 and spent many of fun memory filled camping trips with Hydrox cookies. My brother and I LOVED them. I never got a taste for the inferior "Oreo", which was far less tasty as the wonderful Hydrox. I think I've only bought one package of them in 50 years! Bring Hydrox back again!!!

Caren Ryan
January 4, 2014 2:49 am
Message:Can't stand Oreos. The filling is waxy. Seems like lard. Hydrox were sweeter with a better ratio of cookie to filling.As a child 50 year s ago I knew the perception of Hydrox being the cheaper brand. But it was the better tastier cookie. Too bad it's gone.

Anne Sprague
November 7, 2013 4:19 am
From:Volcano, California
Message:Born in 1955, I grew up with Hydrox cookies also. And, when Oreo cookies came out, I immediately could tell the difference. They were definitely inferior! I just don't understand why Kellogg's doesn't bring Hydrox cookies back, since they have the "original" recipe. I have NEVER bought Oreo's! Not once! I would like to be able to give my Granddaughter the wonderful, chocolaty, not-so-sweet-it's-cloying, Hydrox cookies with her milk. That's what my Grandmothers gave to me when I was little. I wish I could have followed with a tradition. Hydrox cookies were the BEST!

j watson
October 28, 2013 8:29 pm
Message:I'm in the process of writing my annual request to Kellogg. I do this each year and will continue till they bring Hydrox back or I die. This is a great site...where our generation can come and share such a common love of a simple, but great cookie. I like the idea of buying the rights to Hydrox...i have suggested that in the past to kellogg. Join me in contacting Kellogg...you never know?

October 28, 2013 11:16 am
From:NC now but suburb of Philly is home
Message:When I was still in a highchair staying with my grandparent's, they introduced me to a couple of things that stayed with me for life, Coffee and Hydrox Cookies. While I wouldn't introduce coffee to my grandkids, I surely do regret not being able to pour them some milk then sit with my coffee & open a pack of Hydrox to share with them.

October 16, 2013 11:52 pm
From:Irvine, CA
Message:Of course Hydrox is the better cookie. Oreo put too much filling in the middle, and didn't have the right crunch. Hydrox was the perfect cookie (if you didn't look at the ingredients). I totally enjoyed eating them as a kid. The best was to open up a new package when they were fresh.

October 16, 2013 10:01 pm
Message:I was just reminiscing about my most favorite cookies growing up in the 50's and 60's. Husband grew up in Fair Lawn, NJ, near the Nabisco factory. He missed out on Hydrox cookies. Oreos just can't shine a light on them! Wish they were still around!

September 23, 2013 4:26 am
From:FL, but grew up in Queens, NY
Message:What is wrong with Kellogg's? Did any of them ever try the original Hydrox cookies? Famous Amos sandwich cookies are not the same. Hydrox were always better than Oreos. They need to remarket them with us fans in the ads. Or we need to buy the rights to the brand and sell it ourselves to ourselves. Please let me get involved if this ever happens. Thx.

September 20, 2013 1:35 pm
Message:I just have such nice memories about these cookies, I wish they'd come back!

September 8, 2013 1:52 am
Message:Who knew, it is all true a superior cookie to Oreonot . What has this country come too when the inferior triumphs

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