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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Star Wars Wookiee Pepperidge Farm Cookie


In the Fall of 1983, Pepperidge Farm launched a line of Star Wars Cookies. Yum!

The ad for these cookies featured one of the easiest games of Connect the Dots ever created.


These cookies were at the grocery store at about the same time as Kellogg's C3POs Cereal. This let kids have the option of having Star Wars themed food at Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner!

6 comments:

  1. Wow, I think I remember these, but it's a vague memory! Just think if we had purchased a bunch of these and saved the boxes....big bucks on ebay, I'm sure.

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  2. I remember these! I loved the Peanut Butter ones the best. I'd love it whenever I discovered a few of these cookies in my lunch sack in grade school (my mom still packed my lunch back then. lol)

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  3. TokyoMagic!: Yes, I'll bet there would be a buyer for one of these boxes (it would probably bring in more money if it still had the cookies sealed in the package, too!).

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  4. Tom: You know, I don't remember eating these, but I was thinking the Peanut Butter ones were probably the best!

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  5. I remember my mom buying these for me! TOTALLY forgot about them until seeing your post!!

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  6. Hey Darrin! I just remembered the multi-restaurant promotion for Star Wars Episode I (Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut). I wonder how many moms (and dads) tried to get their kids all the cups and toys back then--- :-o

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