Are cookies crackers?
it depends. if a cookie is thin and crisp, then i guess you could call it a cracker, because the definition of cracker is a thin crisp biscuit. But if a cookie is thick and chewy then you can't really call it a cracker.
Crackers and cookies vary in a few different ways. A main one is through ingredients, which often affetcs the taste. Usually, crackers have more of a "crunch" to them and are a bit more bland (unless flavors have been added) and drier than cookies are. Cookies tend to be sweeter and moister than crackers, too.
Because they make a loud 'crack' when you break them. Animal crackers are 'crackers' in the shapes of animals, many brands of which are sweetened. There is debate about whether or not animal crackers are actually crackers or cookies. They are like crackers due to the way they are made, with layered dough, but the ones made with sweetened dough are more like cookies. The original version, made by Nabisco in 1902, were crackers in…