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Beloved S’mores OREOs Are Back For First Time Since 2015


Oreo’s at it again, dropping a line of flavors hotter than the Game of Thrones finale.

You’d think Oreo would eventually run out of flavors, but they keep cranking them out in bulk, this time releasing four new flavors, along with an old favorite.

The new lineup consists of Marshmallow Moon, Maple Creme, Latte Creme Thins, and Baskin-Robbins Mint Chocolate Chip. Coming along for the ride will be the return of the beloved S’mores flavor.

As far of the S’mores Oreo, arguably one of its top 5 all-time flavors, it is already in stores for the first time since 2015. Unfortunately, it will not be around for too long, is it will continue to be a limited edition flavor, so get your hands on it while you can.

The purple marshmallow creme-filled Marshmallow Moon cookies will be in celebration of the Apollo moon landing’s 50th anniversary. The surface of the cookies will have spacey designs, along with a glow in the dark package, for those who like eating their Oreos with the lights off. The mid-June release will roll out around the same time as the Latte Thins, as those cookies look to tap in to everyone’s coffee obsession, and will actually be a permanent flavor.

In July, the Baskin-Robbins Mint Chocolate Chip will channel a classic ice cream favorite, while in late August, Oreo’s Maple Creme flavor will close out the summer, Canadian style.

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


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.



So S’mores Spaghetti is a Real Thing

He’s already brought us Peep S’mores and S’moreos and even a S’more Quesadilla, and now Nick from DudeFoods is back with his latest choco-mallow-graham-cracker-y concoction: S’mores Spaghetti, molecular gastronomy-style.

Featuring chocolate and marshmallow “noodles” and a graham cracker crumble, S’more-ghetti is admittedly not the easiest thing to make, and chances are the process doesn’t properly capture the all the dimensions of the perfectly toasted ‘mallow (considering gelatin is virtually un-flammable), but it definitely looks worth a try.

And hey, any budding science teachers looking for a fun experiment to try with their students this year might consider giving this a shot. Same goes for anyone who’s always dreamt of eating spaghetti for both dinner and dessert (i.e., everyone).

You’re welcome world?