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Nutter Butter

Nutter Butter Cookie

Nutter Butter is a Nabisco brand peanut-shaped sandwich cookie with a peanut butter filling, which was introduced to the public in 1969.

Nutter Butters have a two-ply bread peanut shape with a texture that resembles that of a peanut. The individual cookies are about 3-4 inches in length and have a very recognizable and distinctive look.[1]

Nabisco launched a convenience store pack of the Nutter Butter brand—known as Nutter Butter Bites—featuring cookies that are round in profile, lacking the distinctive peanut shape but retaining the same texture. However, the vast majority of the Nutter Butter cookies sold are of the original peanut shape.


  1. ^ "Nutter Butter". The Snackpot. Retrieved 19 January 2013. 
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