E.L. Fudge Cookies

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E.L. Fudge Cookies are an American snack food manufactured by the Keebler Company, a subsidiary of the Kellogg Company. They are butter-flavored shortbread sandwich cookies with a fudge creme filling. The company describes their shape as "elfin," though it is actually Ernie Keebler.[1][2]

The name takes its name from the Keebler Elf, but when they were first introduced, the "E.L." stood for "Everybody Loves".

Varieties include Original and Double-Stuffed (with twice the filling, introduced in May 2002)[3] as well as fudge cookies with either fudge or peanut butter filling.[4]

A Hershey dark chocolate marble fudge ice cream variety includes E.L. Fudge cookies.[5]

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