Giggles cookies were made by Nabisco in the 1980s. They were sandwich cookies made with chocolate or vanilla outsides and two types of cream in the middle. They were called Giggles because the outside cookies had holes in the shapes of smiley faces.
Giggles were a slightly different take on a British biscuit (aka cookie) called Happy Faces. The American Giggles cookie contained two kinds of cream filling. Happy Faces were shortbread sandwich cookies filled with raspberry jam and cream. Happy Faces came in five different face designs with holes where the eyes and mouth would be and a stamp for the nose. Giggles cookies had a simpler design with just one face option and holes for the eyes and smile… read more >