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Giggles Cookies (Nabisco, 80s)

In the UK, there is a brand of biscuit that is composed of two pieces of shortbread with raspberry jam or cream in the middle. The shortbread were printed with any one of five faces that had eye and mouth holes cut out so
you could see the filling. These cookies were sold in a package of 10 and called Happy Faces.

Not to shortchange American children of the 80s, they brought the concept across the pond and called them Giggles sandwich coookies. Giggles Cookies came in either chocolate or vanilla, but both varieties featured chocolate
fudge and vanilla cream in the centers. Every cookie featured a smiling face. In addition, every box came with a prize inside (a sheet of stickers).

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