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Oreo May Be Releasing Hot Cocoa-Flavored Cookies Next

Oreo May Be Releasing Hot Cocoa-Flavored Cookies Next

Oreo’s newest cookie innovation will likely be hot cocoa-flavored and will appear on shelves in 2017

We can’t wait to dip these hot cocoa-flavored cookies into real hot cocoa.

After multiple iterations of crazy flavors, Oreo may be finally coming out with a signature cookie that we can all agree would fly off the shelves: hot cocoa Oreos.

Although the release of these cookies has not yet been confirmed by Nabisco, these hot cocoa and marshmallow-flavored Oreos are coming sometime in 2017, likely by October, according to Instagram user @Thejunkfoodaisle.

That’s not the only Oreo flavor that @Thejunkfoodaisle has predicted. Over the past several weeks, they have also “leaked” a chocolate-covered strawberry-flavored Oreo and “fireworks” Oreo where the cream is dotted with explosive Pop Rocks sprinkles.

Although we’re skeptical about getting our cookie intel from Instagram profiles, @thejunkfoodaisle has correctly predicted other confectionary sweets.

The Daily Meal has contacted Nabisco to find out whether hot cocoa-flavored cookies are indeed in the works.


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning. 


Oreo Starts 2021 With Two (More) New Flavors

There are a lot of aspects of 2021 that might be different from 2020. However, it&aposs almost certain that some things are going to stay the same. Among them, it would seem, is the continued onslaught of new Oreo flavors. 

Just in time to test whatever resolution-based willpower you&aposve accrued since January 1, it appears that Nabisco&aposs signature cookie is now available in both Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut flavors, according to visuals and intel provided by Instagram snack hunter @JunkBanter.

That&aposs right: not just one, but two distinct new varieties of Oreo, both made with real cocoa. First there&aposs the Java Chip Oreo, which takes a coffee flavored-creme and imbues it with the taste of chocolate chips to really seal in all of the ice cream attributes you&aposre looking for. What might prove even more wildly popular, however, is the introduction of the Chocolate Hazelnut Oreo. While Nabisco/Mondelez probably can&apost mention Nutella by name for trademark reasons, there&aposs little doubt that the popularity of the sugary, chocolatey spread paved the way for this particular sandwich cookie. 

Though we&aposre less than a week into it, the introduction of these cookies proves that 2021 is off to a hot start for Oreo. Soon (if not already) we&aposll also see the "Brookie-O" featuring one creme with three distinct flavors (including, somehow, cookie dough). What a time to be alive. 

While you might assume that the Java Chip and Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos are limited-time offerings, @JunkBanter&aposs caption implies that these are, in fact, joining the Oreo family on a full-time basis. That might mean some past flavors might get the boot to make room in the product lineup, but let&aposs just focus on the positives for now. 

So if you love coffee ice cream but hate cold temperatures and/or love Nutella but hate utensils, then Oreo has already made your new year a bit better. Hopefully this is just the beginning.