As someone who has identified as an Oreo-lover since the beginning of time, I’ve been both interested and hesitant to try some of the more…unique flavors. Carrot cake?! Coconut?! But can I really call myself an Oreo-lover without at least trying them? Well, I’ve done the work and here it is – some classics and some new “stuf,” all in one list!
1. Double Stuf
This is our ole’ reliable. The sweetness and crunchiness level are at maximum perfect.
So classic they turned it into a candy bar! Fits into all types of desserts and snack options too!
3. Peanut Butter
The Parent Trap taught us well in combining the classic Oreo with the homey flavors of peanut butter. Oreo made it one-of-a-kind!
4. Golden Oreos
These are the true hidden treasure of the Oreo kingdom! Sweet and light.
If you’ve ever had the Girl Scouts’ Lemonades cookies, these are their identical twin. Fresh with a touch of lemon! Check it out in this cheesecake!
6. Chocolate Hazelnut
This hazelnut creme taste exactly like a combo of double stuf creme mixed with a shot of Nutella. It’s as delicious as it sounds!
I firmly believe you can never have too much chocolate, so if you agree with me, give these babies a try!
8. Salted Caramel Thins
Very sweet, but their thin form ensures the right amount of sweetness per bite of crunch.
9. Carrot Cake
A new take on a classic dessert. The cookies themselves smell like gingersnaps, while the creme has some hints of cream cheese frosting.
10. Coconut Thins
Like a balmy day on vacation! One bite of these and you’ve arrived in Aruba!
11. Red Velvet
Didn’t do the original cake justice, and the flavors just kind of mushed together.
12. Birthday Cake
Overrated and too sweet (and that’s coming from someone with a HUGE sweet tooth)!
Flavors to Try:
The Most Stuf (the more stuf, the better, right?)
All the Stuf (literally just the creme!)
Rocky Road Trip
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie
Heads or Tails Double Stuf
Hot Spicy Cinnamon Creme
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup