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Nabisco Royal Lunch Milk Crackers

Sorry folks, they don't make them anymore. They were really popular around Thanksgiving and Christmas, because a lot of people used them in their dressing or stuffing recipes.

However, the holiday season sales weren't enough to make up for the rest of the year's sales slump, so Nabisco discontinued them. They were just discontinued last year. so there may still be a few boxes around in stores. If Nabisco gets enough mail, they might bring them back. If they do, and if you have proof of manufacture in 2007, let me know.

As for a recipe, the Nabisco recipe isn't on the Internet. Even if it were, Nabisco made these things in huge quantities, in a factory. What would you do with a recipe that said "take fifty pounds of flour and add twenty pounds of milk powder...", etc. Where would you get ingredients like "stabilizers, emulsifiers, artificial preservatives, artifical flavors and colors"?
What you'd really like to have is a copycat recipe - something that you can make in your kitchen that will taste like the commercial product. Nabisco probably doesn't even have such a recipe. They never made them that way. So far, no one has created a copycat recipe for them. If they ever do, you can bet I'll post it here.

There is another product called:

Mrs. Allison's Milk Lunch, New England Biscuits
12.3 ounces for $2.99 (in Fairfield Country, CT)
Archway & Mother's
Battle Creek

There is a lot about Royal Lunch Milk Crackers on this message board:
There is contact information for both Nabisco and Archway there. Some of the people posting there have tried the Archway product and say that they don't taste quite the same - more of a baking soda taste. However for those who use milk crackers in cooking, the Archway product may be the solution.

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