Introduced in 1977
Originally a Ralston product, this cereal is now available from General Mills.
When the cereal was first introduced, the cereal's mascot announced the cereal like this (on the back of an early box):
"Kanodle, Kazoo and how do you do? I'm Cookie Jarvis with good news for you!
"Here's a brand new cereal named Cookie-Crisp that comes in two delicious flavors, Chocolate Chip and Vanilla Wafer. My new cereal tastes like little cookies, but stays crisp in milk. Each bite is sweet, crunchy and unbelievably good.
"Cookie-Crisp is fortified with 8 essential vitamins and iron. A bowl of Cookie-Crisp with one-half cup of milk gives you 25% of the recommended daily allowance of these important vitamins and iron.
"Remember, kids, a good breakfast consists of juice or fruit, toast with butter or margarine, and Cookie-Crisp cereal."
Company Description: Ralston was originally part of The Ralston-Purina Company which was formed in 1902. The name Ralston stems from a minor social movement in the late 19th Century called Ralstonism - created by Webster Edgerly. Followers of the movement (about 800,000) followed the motto "Regime, Activity, Light, Strength, Temperation, Oxygen and Nature" - the first letters of which spelled out "Ralston"... Read on and see all cereals from Ralston
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Cookie-Crisp: Chocolate Chip Cereal Theater
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Title: Cookie-Crisp Comics Ad
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Title: Cookie-Crisp Laff-A-Lympics Box
Title: Cookie-Crisp Mini-Skateboard Box
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Cookie-Crisp: Chocolate Chip?
Overall Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)
As stated in a another comment, it is available from General Mills. Ralston, the original manufacturer, went out of business. I can't believe EmptyCanvas is a member...apparently they don't like any of the good cereals lol. I agree with kdj and McFly.... This cereal should be like 2 or 3 on your list of the greatest cereals. It was marketed better and tasted better when Ralston made it. I miss the cop and robber commercials and cereal boxes.
Comment submitted: 5/4/2013 (#11939)
By Carrie Flint
I LOVED this so much as a kid. I can still taste it in my memories. Cereal and cartoons... happy times!
Comment submitted: 12/9/2012 (#10106)
I enjoyed this when it was first released, and I liked the cookie taste, but it was a mouthful to eat!
Comment submitted: 7/14/2012 (#8468)
By MyEmptyCanvas (Team Breakfast Member)
I wish it actually tasted like chocolate chip cookies. After 1 box I never bought them again. (myemptycanvasreviews.blogspot.com)
Comment submitted: 6/21/2012 (#8137)
By McFlyJr1979 (Team Breakfast Member)
#63 (on your list of the top 100 cereals)? This should be least #3! This stuff... man, I would go to our neighbors some days before school just to get this stuff! Heehee!
Comment submitted: 5/2/2012 (#7525)
By kdj997 (Team Breakfast Member)
It doesn't taste nearly as good now. Ralston made the best cereals. The General Mills version is nowhere as good.
Comment submitted: 6/20/2011 (#5163)
This is for vultureboy, they still make them where I live in California. And I eat them everyday.
Comment submitted: 7/12/2010 (#2435)
A decent desert cereal, but it can't stand next to some of the more elusive all-time gems of cereal history (i.e., Monopoly Cereal, Buzz Blasts, etc.)
Comment submitted: 1/28/2010 (#1309)
I loved this cereal! - Wow, nice ethics for the company though, hey? Can't imagine why they went out of business.
Comment submitted: 10/14/2009 (#740)