Cookie lovers, rejoice — the Hydrox cookie is making a comeback. And it won't just be a limited-time thing, like the brief reprise it had in 2008. The precursor to the Oreo will find a permanent home on store shelves later this month.
Original Cookie: The Carvel ice-cream franchise still sells ice-cream goods manufactured with "Hydrox" cookie crumbs. Carvel used the cookies' all-kosher status as a selling point as the original Oreo recipe used lard. The cookies are not specifically mentioned by name on the Carvel website, but they are identified as hydrox (lower-case 'h') on the in-store posters