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Oreos New Most Stuf Cookies Are MASSIVE, Packing An Absurd Amount Of Creme

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When it comes to Oreo cookies, the more creme the better. When Nabisco launched their Double Stuf Oreos, our eyes lit up. When Mega Stuf Oreos came out, we could feel the butterflies dancing in our stomachs. So you can imagine how ecstatic we were to discover that Most Stuf Oreos just dropped.

Nabisco’s new cookie has approximately four times the creme of a regular Oreo cookie, dropping in grocery stores aisles as a HUGE kickoff to 2019.

There had been rumors during Q4 of 2018 that Oreo would be releasing such an item, but now we have tangible confirmation for all the Oreo creme filling lovers out there.

Photo Courtesy of @MunchieBunchie

Instagrammer @MunchieBunchie spotted a bag of these new cookies at a RiteAid in Beverly Hills, California, as well as a Target nearby. Because they’re so thick, each bag only comes with about 15 cookies.

Said to have the most creme ever for an Oreo, the new cookies will be available for a limited time. Oreo also launched a few new flavors this month that include Carrot Cake and Love Oreos for Valentine’s Day.

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Meet Oreo’s Newest Flavor: SWEDISH FISH?

The newest flavor Nabisco is adding to the Oreo cookie flavor collection is SWEDISH FISH! And there are very mixed emotions about it:


The beloved childhood candy has just taken the chocolate cookie sandwich lovers by storm with the “WTF” evoking flavor, and if you’re lucky enough to live near a Kroger store you might just be able to get your hands on a package.

Dan via The Impulsive Buy, posted a detailed review of the product which gives us great insight of what is actually going on with the red fish gummy- flavored, creme-filled cookie.

His review begins with a genius Jurassic Park anecdote that’s too good not to share,

“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.” Dr. Ian Malcolm famously spoke this line in Jurassic Park, and ever since, it echoes in my brain whenever a particularly weird, strange, or repulsive snack food is released.”

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I’ve often thought the same thing when some of these weird flavored snack foods are released.

Here’s what he had to say about the Swedish Fish flavored snack,

“It has potent, puckering pops of candied cherry and a slightly off-putting finish of waxy gelatin.”

“There’s a processed chocolate aftertaste, but even then, it has to battle for supremacy with the cherry cough syrup layer that the creme plastered on the back of my throat.”

So clearly Dan has mixed feelings about the flavor as well, as I’m sure we all would. But it boils down to human nature and the instinctual curiosity in us all that makes us want to experience this, and every other weird food trend for ourselves.

Judging by consumers’ reactions, Nabisco should have just left the fish in the ocean on this one.

 

Source: Food and Wine Photo Credit: Kapado Fernandesh

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Sweets

Nabisco Drops A Flavor Bomb With Their New Filled Cupcake Oreos

Looks like Oreo doesn’t plan on slowing down any time soon as evidenced by their second newest cookie in less than a month after the Cinnamon Bun Oreos: the Filled Cupcake Oreos.

This newest addition to the twist-and-lick family is another dream-turned-reality thanks to the nostalgic minds over at Nabisco.

The new Oreo features the well established chocolate cookie wafers with a sweet chocolate filling instead of the customary sweet creme, then a bit of vanilla creme in the middle.

Oreo also recently made their Red Velvet Oreos a staple, solidifying their spot on the shelves in your local market. However, according to the team over at Huff Post, this new cookie tastes eerily similar to Nabisco’s Chocolate Oreos, which are virtually the same thing, only these ones have a drop of vanilla no larger than a dime in them.

These delicious new delectables hit shelves February 8th.

 

Photo Credit: Huffington Post, NY Daily News

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Hit-Or-Miss Packaged Food

S’MORE-FLAVORED OREOS Are Finally Coming To A Store Near You

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According to Mashable, starting May 22, we’ll all be able to try out these chocoalte and marshmallow-flavored snacks, as Oreo officially announced the launch of its S’mores Oreo.

Earlier this year, there were some serious leaks within the Oreo family that let us feast our eyes on these campfire-inspired cookies for the first time, but Nabisco tried to deny their existence.

This will be the first time that Oreo will feature a graham cracker cookie and it will be sandwiching a half-chocolate, half-marshmallow creme filling.

This is just the latest of a bombardment of flavors Oreo has dropped, as it also released a Red Velvet flavor and cotton candy flavor this year.

Unfortunately, they’ll only be available for a limited time, but at least they’ll be around for the summer.

It still sucks that they didn’t call them S’moreos, but they can’t stop us from calling them that. There’s a 100 percent chance I’ll be camped outside of Wal-Mart, waiting to get some S’MOREOS this weekend.

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Sweets

Oreo Creme-Stuffed Chips Ahoy Cookies, Because It’s About Time

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Making healthy eating choices can be exhausting. Organic? Gluten free? What the hell are chia seeds? Let’s be real, some days it’s just easier to eat badly. For days you’re feeling especially shameless, Nabisco wants to help you indulge in the most soul-satisfying way possible, with Oreo Creme-filled Chips Ahoy cookies.

Like the Birthday Cake Chips Ahoys we covered last week, these creme-filled beauts are of the chewy variety, featuring a tiny sliver of sweet Oreo filling encased by a pliable chocolate chip cookie shell. Considering both brands are owned by the same company, you can’t help but wonder why Nabsico didn’t just stuff the whole Oreo inside, but for the luxury of (almost) not having to do it yourself, it’s hard to complain.

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It’s like having your cookies and milk at the same damn time.

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Packaged Food

Uhhh, Nabisco Just Unveiled Bacon-flavored Ritz Crackers

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Because it’s never too late to go the bacon route, Ritz crackers is stepping onto the bacon train, ticket in hand. The Nabisco cracker company has announced that they just released their new bacon-flavored Ritz Crackers with black pepper seasoning.

When thinking of cheese and crackers, bacon is definitely a strong possibility when it comes to jazzing up snack time. Though, I’d much rather have heaping chunks of fried salted pork embedded right into the cracker, I guess these flavored crackers will have to tide me over.

While the novelty value of bacon has wavered to some degree, it’s still nice to see some childhood favorites take their own spin on the flavor profile.

Ritz Bacon is now available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.99.

 

 

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Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy…

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Nabisco Cookie Chocolate Bark

As you might have noticed, I have an innate desire to take awesome things and figure out how to make them even more awesome. Do you know what’s awesome (besides me, bacon, and basically everything else that I’ve previously declared as such)? Nabisco. And do you know how many amazing cookies/crackers/etc. this company makes? Three…at least in relation to today’s recipe.

Nabisco Cookie Chocolate Bark

Ingredients

– 12oz milk chocolate chips

– 1 Go paks! Mini Oreo®

– 1 Go paks! Nutter Butter® Bites

– 1 Go paks! Mini Chips Ahoy! ®

Directions

1. Coarsely crumble all three “paks” of cookies. (I tried to get about 4 pieces from each cookie).

2. Sift the cookie crumbles to get rid of the dust and tiny crumbs and combine the left over chunks in a bowl.

3. Prep a baking sheet with wax paper.

4. Melt chocolate chips and spread onto prepared baking sheet.

5. Evenly distribute the cookie mix over the chocolate and press it all down in there so it stays.

6. Chill in freezer until it is set. Then break it up and buy stock in Nabisco.

I chose these three cookies because I thought they would go well together and cohesively work with a milk chocolate base. But there are so many combinations you could try. If I were to do it again, I think I would try Teddy Grahams®, Nilla® Wafers and Barnum’s Animal® Crackers (Best. Animal Crackers. Ever.) on white chocolate.

If you are a chocolate lover, stick with the recipe above. If you are more into vanilla, try the second option. I know I will.