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Oreo’s New Mystery Flavor Is Definitely Something Cinnamony

Oreo’s New Mystery Flavor Is Definitely Something Cinnamony

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Oreo just launched a new cookie flavor and it’s up to you to figure out what it is. When the brand released its last batch of Mystery Oreos in 2017, we thought it was Fruity Pebbles — and it was. So, since we’re clearly a bunch of amateur sleuths over here, we dusted off the old spyglass and smoothed back our mustaches to try and crack the case once more.

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Thanks to the team at Oreo, Daily Meal staffers were able to taste test the new limited-time flavor before it hit store shelves on September 16. Although the actual cookie is chocolate, our taste buds were in agreeance that the cream has undeniable fall flavors and aromas. We were reminded of other cookies at first, with Dunkaroos and Teddy Grahams coming to mind when we sniffed the cookies. They also taste undeniably of cinnamon. One editor even said she may have tasted a hint maple. Our guess is that the new Mystery Oreo flavor is French toast.

Per usual, a few celebrities are onboard with the promotion, and each one is tied to some sort of mystery or detective show. Aja Naomi King, who plays Michaela Pratt on ABC's “How to Get Away With Murder,” shared her best guess in a video posted to Instagram and, not to brag, but it was the same as ours.

Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin on Netflix's “Stranger Things,” also said that he tasted cinnamon. While he momentarily mulled over the thought of it being bread pudding, he too landed on French toast as a final answer.

Last but not least is Terry Crews, who currently plays Lieutenant Terry Jeffords on NBC's “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” During his taste test, the 51-year-old actor said the cookie smelled like a pastry, but after taking a bite he confidently asserted that it was graham cracker-flavored.

To try the new Mystery Oreo for yourself, head to the store and snag a package. You have until November 10 to crack the case and if you do, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a grand prize of $50,000. Fans can submit a new flavor guess to the sweepstakes every day, and you get a bonus entry for each friend who also registers a guess. If you don’t like cinnamon or you don’t care to risk noshing cryptic confections, take a bite out of the best cookie in your state instead.


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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About Erin

Erin is a mom of two human babies and two fur-covered babies. She loves comfy clothes, eats too much peanut butter, and watches excessive amounts of Netflix. Make her day and toss her a like on Facebook or follow her on Instagram. Post may contain affiliate links including those via the Amazon Associates program


The Most Creative Oreo Flavor Ever

All right, Nabisco, now you've gone and done it. You've been churning out new limited edition Oreo flavors so fast that we can barely finish one package before another one is being announced. To be honest, you've had some winners. The Pumpkin Spice and Red Velvet varieties deserve eternal spots in the Oreo Hall of Fame, but you've really raised the bar with the latest Kroger-exclusive addition to the line of limited edition flavors: Oreo-flavored Oreos.

Cookies & Creme Oreos showed up in Krogers across the nation a few weeks ago. Before seeing them or tasting them I tried to come up with ways that these might not taste like a traditional Oreo. Maybe we'd get a dark chocolate cookie? Maybe a different kind of creme filling with more of a pronounced vanilla flavor? Maybe even a Golden Oreo cookie dotted with chocolate chips?

My hopes weren't as high as my curiosity as I nabbed a package of these to give 'em a try, so let's rip into them and see what we've got.

When I cracked open the package I did what I normally do when reviewing a new flavor: I lowered my nose and took a big sniff. I smelled. Oreos. Just regular ole Oreos. Certainly not a bad smell, that signature chocolate cookie aroma mingling with the sugary sweet creme filling, but c'mon, this is a limited edition flavor. The people want something new, something exciting! Ah well, on with the show.

Call me crazy, but I'm convinced that Oreos come with varying amounts of filling depending on the flavor. Now I'm not talking about Double Stuf vs. brand spankin' new Oreo Thins, I'm talking about the amount of filling in the regular Oreo cookies. Cookies & Creme Oreos definitely don't skimp on the filling - you can even see a little line of bifurcation down the middle, perhaps indicating the maybe these cookies got a double pump of cream on their way through the production line.

So let's talk about the filling. It appears to be a regular Oreo creme filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies mixed right in. I took a little bite of the creme by itself and found that it tastes exactly like it looks - regular Oreo filling with teensy bits of crushed Oreo cookies. I re-assembled the cookie and took a bite of the whole thing and got nothin' except the expected taste of an original Oreo.

Try as I did to find something new or interesting about Cookies & Creme Oreo, I have to say that these are a product of packaging and marketing and nothing more so congrats to the food marketing agency in charge of launching this product. Since they are also being packaged in the smaller containers typical of the limited edition flavor, I see no reason to not buy the larger package of regular ole Oreos.

But don't despair, fellow Oreo fans, for there is hope! I have a package of the new Key Lime Pie Oreos sitting in my pantry right now and I'm excited to talk about that one in a post next week. Stay tuned!

Where to buy Cookies & Creme Oreos: Found only at Kroger grocery stores.

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