Mother’s Cookies brand bought by Kelloggs

Mother’s Circus Animal Cookies back on shelves

Hearing about the closing of the Mother’s Cake & Cookie Co. in California just a few weeks ago was devastating to fans of their excellent and unique cookies. News that their beloved Circus Animal Cookies wouldn’t be on shelves for much longer actually caused something of a rush on them in some markets. Fortunately, Kellogg’s has just purchased the Mother’s recipes and trademark to their cookie line, and plans to reintroduce their most popular cookies asap.

I found some Circus Animal Cookies at Target this weekend, still bearing the marks of the original Mother’s brand. Hopefully, there won’t be too much of a gap in availability after Kellogg’s takes over production.

7 comments

  1. Great website, I love reading through blogs and will be sure to look for updates on your site. Keep up the good work.

  2. My husband will be very happy to know that they will soon be on the shelves again.

  3. Phew! Hopefully they will include the Taffy cookies…

  4. Oh yay! These are easily my favorite animal cracker cookies! and the Tim Tams too! it’s like the universe is righting itself after momentarily spinning off it’s access. how exciting!

  5. Keebler also makes circus animal cookies but I don’t think they taste as good as Mothers.

  6. I love the little square white cookies from Mother’s with chocolate chips in them. Remember those??? I would love to go to the stores in MN and find Mother’s Brand Cookies.

  7. I sure hope they hurry with the production…everyone that I ask about the Iced Raisin bars would LOVE to have them back on the shelves again…we used to all have a row to ourselves when my mom purchased them from the grocery store Every week she went shopping!!! I LOVE those cookies!!! Hurry up Keebler…..

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