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Cookie of Nibbled Circles

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Cookie of Nibbled Circles
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Treasure Catalog icon for the Cookie of Nibbled Circles.
Series Sweet Tooth Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 50
Weight 3
Maximum carriers 6
Locations Crackling Cauldron
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 1

The Cookie of Nibbled Circles (つまみ食いクッキー?, lit.: "Cookie of Embezzlement") is a treasure in Pikmin 4 located in the Crackling Cauldron. It is a kerstkransjes, a Netherland cookie with a hole in the center often decorated with almond chips.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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The strategies shown are just suggestions.

The Cookie of Nibbled Circles is located on top of a block of bricks near the exit of the second sublevel of the Crackling Cauldron, right next to an S.S. Chocolate. Simply throw 3 Yellow Pikmin at the treasure to get it down. The fastest way to retrieve them is to move the base to the location behind the block of bricks, though that requires defeating the nearby Scorchcake, as well as the hidden Shearwig for safety. Instead, the Pikmin can take the treasure back through the southern door of the room, but the sizzling floor right next to the starting base must be cleared. Finally, the Pikmin can instead carry through the tunnel at the center of the sublevel if the nearby dirt wall has been destroyed. Regardless of path, the Pikmin will ignore the sizzling floor right next to the block of bricks, so you do not need to destroy it.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

Someone went to great lengths to first nibble this cookie into a perfect circle and then to nibble a perfect circle out of the middle of the cookie. The cookie craftsmanship exhibited's mind-boggling, really.

Olimar's notes[edit]

Stealing a bite of food before it's been served is quite rude. But I understand the impulse. My son and I are always waiting outside the kitchen, itching to try whatever my wife's been cooking. Thankfully, she finds it charming, or we'd have to curtail the habit!

Louie's notes[edit]

If the missing part is out there somewhere, I will find it. And then I will eat it too.


  • Internal name: The Cookie of Nibbled Circles' internal name is YOSHICOOKIEA as the treasure's design is based off of a cookie type from the game Yoshi's Cookie.

Names in other languages[edit]

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Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese つまみ食いクッキー?
Tsumamigui Kukkī
Pilfer Cookie
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Tōuchī Bǐnggān
Pilfer Cookies
Flag of China Chinese
Tōuchī Bǐnggān
Pilfer Cookies
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Knagende-maagkoek Rumbling Stomach Cookie
Flag of France French Biscuit entamé Started cookie
Flag of Germany German Knabberkreiskeks Cookie of Nibbled Circles
Flag of Italy Italian Biscotto anulare Annular cookie
Flag of South Korea Korean 손이 가는 쿠키
Son'i Ganeun Kuki
Handy cookie
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Biscoito esculpido Carved cookie
Flag of Spain Spanish Galleta anular Annular cookie



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