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# Clue
1. Cream-filled cookies
2. Creme-filled munchies
3. Hydrox alternatives
4. Black-and-white snacks
5. Black-and-white cookies
6. Double Stuf products
7. Cookies 1 3/in diameter
8. Lunchbox treats
9. Layered treats
10. Snacks packaged in trays
11. Lunchbox desserts
12. "Dirt cake" ingredients
13. Sandwich cookies now sold by Mondelez
14. Black-and-white sleeveful
15. Cookies in dirt cake
16. Creme-filled snacks
17. Dunkables since 1912
18. Twistable treats
19. A British competitive eater took down 141 of them in five minutes in 2020
20. Black-white-black snacks
21. Cookies in sleeves
22. Cookies with creme
23. Cream-filled chocolate snacks
24. Some sandwich cookies
25. Sweet sandwiches
26. Sandwich snacks
27. Double Stufs, e.g.
28. Droxies lookalikes
29. Separable snacks
30. Stackable snacks
31. After-lunch sandwiches
32. Popular snacks that inspired this puzzle's theme
33. Twisted-apart treats
34. Lunchbox favorites
35. Crunchy pie crust components
36. Sandwiches in lunchboxes
37. 100-year-old treats
38. Dunkable snacks
39. Sweet snacks for over a century
40. Makeup of some pie crusts
41. Tripartite treats
42. Crumbles on sundaes
43. Treats once advertised as "The Original Twister"
44. Three-part snacks
45. Hydrox rivals
46. Cookies similar to Creme Betweens
47. Hydrox look-a-likes
48. Nutter Butters' kin
49. Bicolor cookies
50. Sandwich treats
51. Circular sandwiches
52. Lunch box snacks
53. Sandwich cookies
54. DoubleStuf cookies
55. Layered snacks
56. Double Delight snacks
57. Mini or Chocolate Creme snacks
58. Lunchbox goodies
59. Separable cookies
60. Mint 'n Creme snacks
61. Snacker's stack
62. Double Stuf treats
63. Three-layer snacks
64. Nabisco bestseller
65. Wonderfilled cookies
66. Cookies crumbled in ice cream
67. Crumbly sundae topping
68. Often-dipped sandwiches
69. Layered cookies
70. Layered dunkers
71. They may be licked
72. Chocolate cookies
73. Black-and-white bites
74. Milk-dunked cookies
75. Lunchbox dessert, maybe
76. Two-toned treats
77. Black-and-white treats
78. Bi-colored cookies
79. Black-and-white junk food
80. Bite-size sandwiches
81. Best-selling cookies in China
82. Cookies sold in blue packages
83. Snacks eaten from trays
84. Bite-size sandwiches, maybe
85. Treats sold in a Marshmallow Crispy variety
86. Little dessert sandwiches
87. Black-and-white munchies
88. Milk accompaniment
89. Bicolored cookies
90. Chocolate and creme cookies
91. Dessert sandwiches
92. Popular sandwich cookies
93. Some people choose to lick them
94. Lickable cookies
95. Ingredients in a McFlurry, perhaps
96. After-school treats
97. Droxies used to compete with them
98. Cookies mixed in some ice cream
99. Hydrox rivals, once
100. Some McFlurry ingredients
101. Cookies in some pie crusts
102. Three-layer cookies
103. Watch how wonder unfolds snacks
104. Wonderfilled treats
105. Easily crumbled cookies
106. Lunchbox cookies
107. They have Red Velvet and Watermelon varieties
108. Three-layer treats
109. Former Uh-Oh! cookies, now called Golden
110. Cookie bits in some Milka chocolate bars
111. Nabisco noshes
112. Thins, e.g.
113. Tiered cookies
114. Cookies commonly in cookies and cream ice cream
115. Dunked discs
116. They have Mystery and Birthday Cake varieties
117. They may be crumbled in ice cream
118. Classic chocolate sandwich cookies
119. Triple-decker treats
120. Droxies alternative
121. Snacktime stack
122. Mrs. Fields alternative
123. Best-selling cookies
124. Droxies competitors
125. Triple-layer treats
126. Chocolaty cookies
127. Snacks with milk
128. Triple-decker cookies
129. Cookies 1 3/4" in diameter
130. They need refinement
131. They may hold the lead
132. Some have a silver lining
133. Monteverdi opera partly set in the underworld
134. Seams' contents
135. They're found in rock bands
136. Things picked out of the earth
137. Trilogy that includes "Agamemnon"
138. Homeric character who commits matricide
139. Contents of some ledges
140. Magnetite and others
141. Metals from lodes
142. Some extracts
143. Underground metals
144. They're unrefined
145. They're mined and refined
146. Contents of some dollies
147. Get a lode of these!
148. Smeltery imports
149. Some froyo bar toppings
150. Galena and sphalerite
151. Gold and silver have them, but not bronze
152. Many end in "-ite"
153. Metal deposits
154. Cutting rms.?
155. 'Sabrina' star Julia
156. '... -- quit!' (threat ender)
157. '... -- quit!' (ultimatum ender)
158. Leader of the Knights in "Animal House"
159. Bright Idea band
160. Darwin title word
161. New York Post columnist Deborah
162. Mineralogical deposits
163. Borax and bauxite
164. Hematite and manganite
165. Lode yields
166. Miners dig them
167. Hematite and malachite
168. Minerals in stores?
169. They're in veins
170. Iron and copper, e.g.
171. Miner samples
172. Underground discoveries
173. Circular treats
174. Belted Galloway cows, informally
175. Classic milk-dunking cookies
176. Cookies used in "dirt cake"
177. Dirt cake ingredients
178. Three-tiered treats
179. Cookies crumbled into a McFlurry
180. Often-licked cookies
181. Tiered snacks
182. They go in some shakes
183. Monochromatic cookies
184. Nabisco treats
185. Popular cookies
186. Sandwiched sweets
187. Cookies 'n cream cookies
188. Creme-filled cookies
189. They can take a licking?
190. They're sometimes twisted apart
191. Double Stuf Racing League cookies
192. Snack sensations since 1912
193. Crunchy ice cream mix-in
194. Ice cream mix-ins
195. Nabisco bestsellers
196. Triple-tiered treats
197. Classic sandwich cookies
198. Cookies that are a century old
199. Snack cookies
200. Tiered treats
201. Cinnabar, taconite, etc.
202. Metallurgist's stock
203. Billion-selling cookies
204. Two-tone cookies
205. Cookies
206. Lunchbox snacks
207. Black and white snacks
208. Twistable cookies
209. Chips Ahoy alternative
210. Stackable cookies
211. Double Stuf, etc.
212. Snack items since 1912
213. Three-layered treats
214. Cream-filled snacks
215. Dunkable desserts
216. Round, sweet sandwiches
217. Stackable treats
218. Two-tone treats
219. Some take a licking
220. Nabisco cookies
221. Snacks often served with milk
222. Treats often taken apart
223. They're often twisted apart
224. Snacks dipped in milk
225. Snacks often eaten inside out
226. Filled treats
227. Round snack items
228. Sandwiches for dessert
229. Cookies in a box lunch
230. Topic of Weird Al Yankovic's "The White Stuff"
231. They come in a Triple Double variety
232. Onetime meringue-filled treats
233. They can be licked
234. They may get a licking after dinner
235. White Fudge Covered ___ Sandwich Cookies
236. "Celebrate the Kid Inside" snacks
237. "Double Stuf Racing League" cookies
238. "Double Stuf" cookies
239. "Golden" sandwich cookies
240. "So forget ___ eat Cool J cookies"
241. "Unlock the Magic" cookies
242. "Watch how wonder unfolds" snacks
243. "Wonderfilled" cookies
244. "Wonderfilled" treats
245. 108-year-old cookies that thankfully have a bunch of varieties to keep things fresh
246. 53-calorie snacks
247. 96-year-old cookies
248. 99-year-old cookies
249. After-lunch sandwiches perhaps
250. After-school snacks
251. After-school treat
252. Alternatives to Milanos
253. Belted Galloway cows informally
254. Bicolor snack
255. Bicolor snacks
256. Bite-size sandwiches maybe
257. Black and white cookies
258. Black and white dunkees
259. Black and white nosh
260. Black piecrust ingredients
261. Black-and-white joy
262. Black-and-white stack
263. Black-and-white topic after dinner?
264. Blizzard bits
265. Certain ice cream mix-ins
266. Certain ice-cream additives
267. Chocolate snacks
268. Chocolaty treats
269. Classic cookies
270. Classic dunkees
271. Common after-school snack
272. Common cookies
273. Common ice cream mix-in
274. Cookie choices
275. Cookie favorites
276. Cookie jar contents
277. Cookie jar fillers
278. Cookie sandwiches
279. Cookies containing no trans fat as of 2006
280. Cookies crumbled as a froyo topping
281. Cookies crushed for pie crusts
282. Cookies first made in 1912 at what is now the Chelsea Market
283. Cookies for over 100 years
284. Cookies in "Wonderfilled" ads
285. Cookies in McFlurrys
286. Cookies in a blizzard
287. Cookies in a box lunch perhaps
288. Cookies in a box lunch sometimes
289. Cookies in ice cream
290. Cookies in many a box lunch
291. Cookies in some Dairy Queen Blizzards
292. Cookies in some ice cream
293. Cookies in some ice creams
294. Cookies introduced to the Chinese market in 1996
295. Cookies nearly 2 inches in diameter
296. Cookies often served with milk
297. Cookies often used as crossword clues
298. Cookies or a Greek goddess
299. Cookies since 1912
300. Cookies that can be twisted apart
301. Cookies that come in lemon and birthday cake flavors
302. Cookies that flavor some ice cream
303. Cookies that have their names printed on them
304. Cookies that went on sale in China beginning in 1996
305. Cookies with a "Golden" variety
306. Cookies with a "Thins" variety
307. Cookies with a Double Stuf variety
308. Cookies with a Golden variety
309. Cookies with a Swedish Fish variety
310. Cookies with a limited-edition cherry-cola flavor
311. Cookies with a white filling
312. Cookies with three parts
313. Cookies with white fillings
314. Cookies you might get a small pack of while trick-or-treating
315. Cookies-and-cream cookies
316. Cream cookies
317. Cream-filled treats
318. Creamy cookies
319. Creme cookies
320. Creme-filled treats
321. Cremey snacks
322. Crossword cookies
323. Crosswordy snacks that David Steinberg shares at the ACPT
324. Crumbly cookies
325. Crunchy ice cream ingredient
326. Crunchy ice-cream add-in
327. Crunchy ice-cream ingredient
328. Crunchy snacks
329. Crunchy sundae topping
330. Crunchy treats with milk
331. Crushed toppings for ice cream sundaes
332. Culinary creation of 1912
333. Dairy Queen Blizzard mix-ins
334. Dark cookies
335. Deep-fried fare at fairs
336. Delicious deep-fried fair treats
337. Dipped cookies
338. Dirt cake cookies
339. Dirt pie ingredients
340. Disc-shaped cookies
341. Double Stuf cookies
342. Double Stuf snacks
343. Double Stuf sweets
344. Double Stuf etc.
345. Double Stufs e.g.
346. Double-stufs e.g.
347. Droxies' lookalikes
348. Dunkable cookies
349. Dunkable delectables
350. Dunkable sweets
351. Dunkable treats
352. Dunked cookies
353. Embossed cookies
354. Extras in some ice creams
355. Filled cookies
356. Food in the Wonder Vault
357. Food items often disassembled before consumption
358. Food that comes in a sleeve
359. For a limited time they came in Swedish Fish flavor
360. Former Uh-Oh! cookies now called Golden
361. Green room treats perhaps
362. High-carb cookies
363. Hydrox cookies inspired them
364. Hydrox imitators
365. Hydrox lookalikes
366. Hydrox rivals once
367. Ice cream shop mix-in
368. Ice-cream extra perhaps
369. Ingredients in YoCrunch's Cookies 'N Cream yogurt
370. Ingredients in a McFlurry perhaps
371. Ingredients in some sundaes
372. Items sold in six-packs
373. Joe-Joe's from Trader Joe's are akin to them
374. Layered snack cookies
375. Licked cookies
376. Little sandwiches for dessert
377. Lunch box cookie treats
378. Lunch box cookies
379. Lunch box goodies
380. Lunch box treats
381. Lunchbox dessert
382. Lunchbox dessert maybe
383. Lunchbox sweets
384. Many people like to take these apart
385. Milk accompainment
386. Milk go-withs
387. Milk partner often
388. Milk shake ingredients sometimes
389. Mint 'n Creme treats
390. Modern ice-cream flavor
391. Multi-voweled cookies
392. Nabisco delectables
393. Nabisco dunkers
394. Nabisco favorites
395. Nabisco goodies
396. Nabisco product since 1912
397. Nabisco snacks
398. Newman's Own brand "Newman-O's" treats strongly resemble them
399. Nonagenarian cookies
400. Oft-licked cookies
401. Oft-licked treats
402. Often-dipped cookies
403. Often-dipped snacks
404. Part of some piecrusts
405. Pie ingredients
406. Popular snacks
407. Possible McFlurry mix-ins
408. Product whose package has a splash of milk
409. Round sweet sandwiches
410. Sandwich indulgences
411. Sandwiches that are often eaten open-faced?
412. Shelfmates of Chips Ahoy!
413. Short-lived Domino's "dessert pizza" topping
414. Small sandwiches
415. Snack items with their name on the top and bottom
416. SnackWell's shelfmate
417. Snacks for Santa
418. Snacks in sleeves
419. Snacks in stacks
420. Snacks since 1912
421. Snacks sold in a "Green Tea" variety in Japan and China
422. Snacks that can be dunked
423. Snacks that can be dunked or twisted
424. Snacks whose packages read "Always made with real cocoa"
425. Snacks with three layers
426. Some are fudge covered
427. Some are golden
428. Some black and white snacks
429. Some common cookies
430. Some cookie favorites
431. Some cookies
432. Some crumbled dessert toppings
433. Some parfait toppings
434. Splittable cookies
435. Stackable snackables
436. Subject of Weird Al Yankovic's "The White Stuff"
437. Sugary cookie snacks
438. Sundae crumble
439. Sundae topping
440. Sundae toppings
441. Sweet debut of 1912
442. Sweet dippers
443. Sweet sleeveful
444. Sweet snacks
445. Sweets that may be deep-fried
446. Teddy KGB's favorite treat*
447. The cookies of "Cookies 'n' Cream"
448. Their Halloween version has orange creme
449. They can be crushed for a pie crust
450. They come in a "Thins" variety (as of July 2015)
451. They come three rows to a package
452. They go with milk
453. They may be Golden or Fudge-Dipped
454. They may be crumbled over a sundae
455. They may be crumbled over ice cream
456. They might be "Double Stuf" or "Uh-Oh!"
457. They might be deep-fried at a fair
458. They might get ground up for pie crust
459. They're black and white and a hundred years old and not crossword puzzles
460. They're essential to Midnight Mash Up snacks
461. They're essential to a Dairy Queen "Blizzard"
462. They're often found in balls
463. They're sometimes deep-fried at carnivals
464. They're sometimes pulled apart
465. They're twisted
466. Things to "Twist Lick Dunk" in a game app
467. Thins e.g.
468. Three-layered cookies
469. Three-part cookies
470. Three-part treats
471. Three-tier cookies
472. Tiered sweets
473. Treat with milk
474. Treats first made in Chelsea in 1912
475. Treats since 1912
476. Treats that come in Thins and Double Stuf varieties
477. Treats with milk
478. Tripartite snacks
479. Triple-decker snacks
480. Triple-layer cookies
481. Triple-tier sweets
482. Twist-able lick-able snacks
483. Twistable little treats
484. Twistable sandwiches
485. Twistable snacks
486. Twistable sweets
487. Twisted snacks?
488. Twisted-apart cookies
489. Two-color cookies
490. Two-color treats
491. Two-colored sandwiches
492. Two-tone snacks
493. Two-toned cookies
494. What Newman-Os mimic
495. Wrestling
496. Ornately embossed edibles
497. Ingredients in TGI Friday's dessert Cup of Dirt
498. After-lunch sandwiches, perhaps
499. Cookies in a box lunch, perhaps
500. Bank deposits
501. Lode loads
502. Bauxite and chromite
503. Feldspar and others
504. Bauxite and stibnite, e.g.
505. Hematite and galena
506. Loads from lodes
507. Bonanza discoveries
508. An anagram for "rose"
509. Assayer's samples
510. Assay materials
511. Cookies in a box lunch, sometimes
512. Assayers assay them
513. Some black-and-white snacks
514. Anagram for "rose"
515. =-ite minerals
516. Cookies deep-fried at fairs
517. Argentite and zincite
518. Assayers' samples
519. Underground treasures
520. Some bank deposits
521. Tram loads
522. Part of NATO: Abbr.
523. Rich rocks
524. Aeschylus trilogy
525. Brother of Electra
526. Lode finds
527. Veins' contents
528. Common URL ender
529. Church keys?
530. Star Wars surname
531. They're not refined
532. Assn.
533. Miner matters
534. Raw metals
535. Prefix meaning "bone"
536. Bay window
537. Maryland's state bird
538. Novel
539. Assoc.
540. Rock group?
541. Carmina Burana composer Carl
542. Mine finds
543. Native metals
544. Galena and limonite
545. Miner concerns
546. Mineral deposits
547. Minerals
548. Rock group
549. Vein pursuits
550. Mine rocks
551. Mineral rocks
552. Mesabi Range yield
553. Bonanza finds
554. Lucky strikes
555. Metal containers
556. Celebrate the Kid Inside snacks
557. Buried treasures
558. Many oxides and silicates
559. Blast furnace input
560. Bauxite and columbite, e.g.
561. Refinable rocks
562. Azurite and cuprite, e.g.
563. Rush discoveries
564. Bauxite and cinnabar, e.g.
565. Ice-cream extra, perhaps
566. Popular black cookies with cream in the middle