In the 60s there was a cookie that came in a box that you could buy at most grocery stores. It was made by a well-known company, as I recall, such as Sunshine, Keebler, Nabisco, etc. They were made of apples and/or had a distinct apple flavor. Each cookie was maybe 1-2" big, and I think more of a rectangular or crescent shape rather than being round, and were maybe covered with a powder sugar coating. They were my dad's favorite and I'd love to tell him of this memory. Each time our family went to the lake for the picnic we bought a box to take. Thanks!