Disc Chockey - Chocolate covered biscuit with sticky marshmallow

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Disc Chockey - Chocolate covered biscuit with sticky marshmallow

It seems that a lot of us were watching The InBESTigators Season 1 Episode 3: "The Case of the Big Mouth Challenge". Many of us were intrigued by the cookie that the new student, Ben, could fit into his mouth without breaking it. So we all started searching on Google for this amazing sticky marshmallow cookie, or as Ezra described it, "a biscuit that's joined to another biscuit with sticky marshmallow and it's round like a disc and covered in chocolate, so it's a Disc Chockey and it's absolutely delicious!"

So we searched for "disc chocky". So many people have searched for it on Google that Google even suggests that you search for it the way other people searched for it:

disc chocky food

disc chocky australia

disc chocky chocolate

disc chocky candy

disc chocky biscuit

disc chockies

disk chocky

UPDATE 05/25/2020

Apparently, the "Disc Chockey" cookie in this episode is based on Wagon Wheels. According to a Wikipedia article Wagon Wheels were originally created in Australia around 1948. Now they are also produced in Canada and the United Kingdom.

According to the Wikipedia article, "The UK Wagon Wheel has shrunk by 12% over the last 20 years and it is noticeably smaller than the Australian equivalent. As of 2006 the diameter of the Australian version is measured at 88 mm which is 14 mm larger than the UK version, while the UK Wagon Wheel is notably thicker by 4 mm."

So what is the closest thing to a Disc Chockey or a "Chocolate covered biscuit with sticky marshmallow"? Here is what I found on Amazon:

Dare Wagon Wheels Original Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies - Canada - 35g each cookie

Dare Raspberry Wagon Wheels - Chocolate Covered Marshmallow cookies - Canada - 35g each cookie

Arnott's Original Wagon Wheels - Choc Coated Marshmallow & Jam - Australia - 48g each cookie

Wagon Wheels Jammie - Biscuit Filled with Mallow and Jam - UK - 38g each cookie

MoonPie Single Decker Chocolate Marshmallow Sandwich - USA - 56g each cookie

Last updated on May 25, 2020
Created on September 11, 2019

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1. Posted By: Robert POND - - September 18, 2019, 1:30 pm
Google joe louis

2. Posted By: MamaQ - - September 20, 2019, 6:26 pm
I absolutely adore the fact that you created a post about Disc Chocky and that so many of us started looking them up- most likely for our kids.
I’m gonna go with the Moon Pie option myself.
Thanks

3. Posted By: Jeff - - September 21, 2019, 10:14 pm
Hi Robert POND,
Thanks for the suggestion! I googled joe louis and I got the result of a boxer. But I then googled "jos louis cookie" and I got the result of a Sponge Cake with Vanilla-flavoured Creme Filling Coated in a Chocolatey Layer. I added it to the list of similar cookies.
Jeff
www.seabreezecomputers.com/

4. Posted By: Jeff - - September 21, 2019, 10:19 pm
Hi MamaQ,

Moon Pie sounds like a good choice! Moon Pie's were featured in a Ryan Reynolds movie called School of Life. It was kind of a kid's movie.

Jeff
www.seabreezecomputers.com/

5. Posted By: Claire - - September 24, 2019, 8:31 am
These are the same as wagon wheels we get in the uk

6. Posted By: Jeff - - September 24, 2019, 8:39 am
Hi Claire,

Yes, they are very similar to Wagon Wheels. I have it listed in the list of similar cookies. I wish there was an easy way to compare the size on all the cookies.

Jeff
www.seabreezecomputers.com/

7. Posted By: Tyson - - October 3, 2019, 12:21 am
Yes! Definitely Wagon Wheels. Wikipedia makes reference to trying to eat them while and the size debate.
“Also, although the UK Wagon Wheel has barely shrunk, it is still noticeably smaller than the Australian equivalent. As of 2006 the diameter of the Australian version is measured at 88 mm which is 14 mm larger than the UK version, while the UK Wagon Wheel is notably thicker by 4 mm.”
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wagon_Wheels

8. Posted By: Jeff - - October 3, 2019, 10:04 am
Hi Tyson,

Thank you for the interesting information. It seems like the inspiration behind the episode might have to do with Wagon Wheels. When watching the episode it looked like there was some kind of jam in the middle also. That made me think of Raspberry Wagon Wheels.

Jeff
www.seabreezecomputers.com/

9. Posted By: Casskun - - December 7, 2019, 10:32 am
Little Debbie marshmallow pies

10. Posted By: Jeff - - December 8, 2019, 5:33 pm
Hi Casskun

Thanks! Yes, Little Debbie marshmallow pies are another one that is similar.

Jeff
www.seabreezecomputers.com/

11. Posted By: Bill Speden - - February 15, 2020, 4:29 pm
This is seriously high quality content. Saved us when our 8yo spontaneously brought up Disk Chockies at the dinner table. Thanks for putting it up.

12. Posted By: Niamh - - February 20, 2020, 12:19 pm
I think it's a wagon wheel. In the 70's they were huge and now they are much smaller. Why have I been watching inbestigators when I was around in the 70's. Well that's why I have kids. I can watch funny prorogramms and pretend I'm doing it for the kids. Top dad.

13. Posted By: Berlani king - - May 16, 2020, 10:42 am
My grandson wanted to do the challenge so I gave him a handy mini moon pie. He's 7 and won the challenge. But he only gets bragging rights. Lol

14. Posted By: Mom to 4 - - May 25, 2020, 10:08 am
This post was great. I checked with my Australian friend after we saw the episode you reference. She said they are not available in the states (that she has ever seen), but can sometimes find them in Canada. So, not made up, a real Australian snack.

15. Posted By: Jeff - - May 25, 2020, 12:16 pm
Hi Mom to 4,

Thank you for the information! I think your friend might be thinking of Wagon Wheels. According to a Wikipedia article Wagon Wheels were originally created in Australia around 1948. Now they are also produced in Canada and the United Kingdom.

According to the Wikipedia article, "The UK Wagon Wheel has shrunk by 12% over the last 20 years and it is noticeably smaller than the Australian equivalent. As of 2006 the diameter of the Australian version is measured at 88 mm which is 14 mm larger than the UK version, while the UK Wagon Wheel is notably thicker by 4 mm."

I will update the website with this information.

Jeff
www.seabreezecomputers.com/

16. Posted By: Felicia - - June 29, 2020, 1:12 am
Hi!
I love the inBESTigators,
I've never had a disc chokey
But I think it's YUMMY!
so ill buy one
It inspired me



Felicia
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