It's rumored that the recipe for Wild West Cookies dates back as far as 1873. During the long cattle drives on the Chisolm Trail, the famous Chuck Wagon cook named Cookie, developed a special cinnamon-graham snack. This snack soon became a favorite among the trail hands, who called them "Cookies." These 2oz. boxes of cookies remind us of a time when, after a long day on the trail, cowhands would sit around the campfire, play the banjo and sing songs under the stars.