Nutter Butter Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies were launched in 1969, the cookie has become America’s favorite peanut butter sandwich cookie, pleasing fans with its signature look, shape, and taste through the 70s, 80s, and 90s, and into the new millennium.
With its one-of-a-kind peanut shape, peanut butter biscuit base, creamy and real peanut butter filling, and dual-sided waffle pattern, it’s an iconic piece of design and cookie history. Unless you have a peanut allergy, there’s a good chance you agree it’s the pinnacle of all PB treats.
Americans have been enjoying peanut butter cookies since at least the 1910s. Nabisco is not clear on who actually came up with the famous peanut-shaped design, let alone the recipe for it. Former Nabisco design engineer William Turnier is in part responsible for creating the cookies since he is widely credited with developing the unforgettable waffle pattern that gives Nutter Butters their signature look.
Nabisco just considers the creation of the Nutter Butter recipe a team effort, and it looks like that’s going to remain an utter Nutter Butter mystery. What makes them so unique is that they are made with real peanut butter. The taste can be described as a balance of creamy and crunchy textures.
The brand’s mascot, the Nutter Butter Man, who offered the cookies to kids on the playground, is considered kinda creepy. He reminds me of Willy Wonka with his fiery red hair, oversized top hat, and bowtie, he looks like a dead ringer for the famous candy factory leader.
As a youngster, I loved these cookies, with or without a glass of milk. Each year, it has a turnover of approximately one billion cookies. Customers have loved the taste of the treatment since its first appearance and have stayed loyal to it for decades now. There have been Double Nutty Nutter Butter, Nutter Butter Cereal, and even a chocolate fudge-covered version of Nutter Butter Doughnuts introduced by Krispy Kreme in 2019.
Nutter Butter is made from two crunchy cookies that are stacked together with a creamy filling. Altogether, all the ingredients create a perfect balance and bring satisfaction to the tastebuds. The cookies have a rich nutritional value.
It consists of B1 and B2 vitamins. Vitamin B is responsible for the general well-being of the body. Specifically, it affects metabolism, brain functioning, and overall body energy. Cookies are made from unbleached flour, which is a mixture of wheat flour, niacin, folic acid, and reduced iron. Another main ingredient is peanut butter, which is made from peanuts, corn syrup, rapeseed, cottonseed, soybeans, salt, and peanut oil. For a sweeter taste, sugar and high fructose corn syrup are added. added to the mixture. Additional ingredients are cornstarch, soy lecithin, and artificial flavors.