July 28, 2014 7:50 pm
|From:||San Francisco, CA|
|Message:||I'm a 55 year-old woman.|
I heard that Hydrox cookies are coming back. I hope it's not just a rumor. I'm dying to get my hands on some.....on a permanent basis.
I'm not just trying to recall my childhood. The better taste of Hydrox is not "mind over manner."
I'm not allowed to use the language needed to describe the detestable Oreo cookie. I will say that Oreos are inferior to Hydrox....big time. Oreos have a funny after taste...and the texture is terrible.
Does anyone else share my feelings....or am I being a whiny cry-baby?
Thanks to all who reply.
July 15, 2014 4:13 am
|From:||Concord, CA...Originally Broooklyn, NY|
|Message:||Read in USA today that Hydrox might be back in September...Let's all keep our fingers crossed and then buy them like crazy! Thanks for this site.|
July 9, 2014 12:10 pm
|From:||New Boston New Hampshire|
|Message:||Love Hydrox Cookies.Can't wait to have them back! Does anyone know when They will be for sale in New Hampshire?|
July 1, 2014 6:04 pm
|From:||grew up in Kansas City, live in Israel|
|Message:||We were a Hydrox family because of kashrut; Oreos were treif! Anyway, now Oreos are kosher, but I'm wondering: What's the origin of the name "Hydrox"? Not very appealing for a cookie.|
June 30, 2014 3:55 pm
|From:||San Francisco, CA|
|Message:||I grew up in the late 50"s, early 60"s - and absolutely LOVED the original Hydrox cookie. Hated Oreos (and still do!). I really didn't care for the ''new recepie'' of Hydrox, and wondered if they weren't trying to copy Oreos...? If someone would bring back the original Hydrox cookie, I'd buy every package the store would have. If they were available only by the carton - I'm afraid I'd buy the whole carton! I truly miss my favorite cookie - from childhood on! Best flavor, not overly sweet, not too tart - JUST THE PERFECT COOKIE EVER! If you ever learn of any company producing the original receipe, it would be ever so appreciated if you would let me know! Thanks, Jan|
June 29, 2014 12:51 pm
|From:||originally- Richmond, CA; now Berwyn, PA|
|Message:||Grew up in the 60's. I remember the war between Hydrox and Oreos even back then. My mom bought Hydrox as the Cub Scout Den Mother. I hated when my friends' moms became Den Mothers and they bought Oreos as our meeting snacks. Still a big Hydrox fan and missing the taste that I can still distinctly remember!|
June 25, 2014 3:52 pm
I was telling a young guy in the office about Hydrox cookies and how I thought they were better than Oreos. I thought that I'd search for more information and came across this site.
If Hydrox cookies return, I will be very happy.
By the way, nice site. Very well designed and easy to navigate with NO ads.
June 19, 2014 3:22 pm
|Message:||I used to love hydrox cookies! I hope they're coming back.|
June 1, 2014 12:06 am
|Message:||What I wouldn't give for a pkg. of Hydrox Cookies right now, I can still taste them sometimes. Our youngest son only knows OREOS, hope that Hydrox does come back so he can taste a "real" cookie.|
May 20, 2014 3:47 am
|Message:||I'm glad to hear that Hydrox will be back this Fall. I always liked Hydrox better than Oreos. I never buy Oreos but would buy Hydrox if they taste the same in September 2014 as they did back in the 90's and earlier. No hydrogenated fats and/or trans fats would make a difference, too.|
May 14, 2014 5:52 am
|Message:||The Kraft/Mondelez plant on Roosevelt Blvd in Northeast Philly announced it closing in Feb of this year 2014 to be completed by Feb of 2015. It is a major baker of Oreo, and the only baker of Lorna Doone cookies in the U.S. 350 workers will loose their jobs. I have heard that there may be a potential buyer for the facility and am wondering if it is Hydrox who may need an east coast plant. There is the original Oreo line as well as an unused prototype Loesch Pack German cream filled cookie maker on site. Makes me go hmmmmmm.|
May 13, 2014 8:51 pm
|Message:||Now living in Denver, CO. Hydrox was always my favorite and I found Oreos to be a poor imitation of the real thing. Can't wait for them to come back, I will do my part to keep Hydrox going!|
May 13, 2014 8:52 am
|Message:||I hope they use the original recipe and NO PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED OIL like they used the last time they brought the cookie back. This cookie blows Oreos away in taste.|
May 12, 2014 12:04 am
|Message:||I always thought that Hydrox tasted much better than Oreos. I wondered why they disappeared.|
I won't buy Oreos. They are poor copies!
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|
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!|
March 14, 2014 9:08 pm
|Message:||If they are EVER produced again I would really like to know how & where to get them!|