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.
The name takes its name from the Keebler Elf (E.L.F.), 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) as well as fudge cookies with either fudge or peanut butter filling.
A Hershey dark chocolate marble fudge ice cream variety includes E.L. Fudge cookies.