Oreo Cookies' Variety Is The Spice Of Life

Let Me Count The Ways
Do you know how many different variations of Oreo cookies there are? I love Oreo cookies but I didn't realize there were so many variations of the beloved cookie. Let's take a look at some of them.


Original Sandwich cookies
This is the old tried and true beginners cookie. Probably one of your first teething cookies. :-)




Double Stuf
You're only allowed to eat this once you've mastered the above cookie.

Golden Double Stuff
See Golden Originals. Twice as non-chocolate good. Check'em out here. .



Snack Cakes-Soft Cakesters
Anything to snack on is great.


Milk Chocolate Covered, and  Mint Flavored

Off the chain. Off the charts. Don't get arrested.

100 Calorie Oreo Packs
Who are they trying to kid?  They disappear just as fast.

So if you're a Oreo cookie lover like me, one or all of these will meet with your approval. I have to admit, some of these I have never even heard of.  Hmmm, a new adventure awaits.
This is not a complete list of all the variations. This is just some of the many variations. There are more. Click here. Enjoy!

OREO'S IS SAVING YOUR LIFE--- KEEPING IT FRESH!

Nabisco's Oreo's Has New Packaging!
I bought a bag of Nabisco Oreo cookies at a local grocery store. I don't remember the last time I had a bag of Oreo cookies. What possessed me, I don't know but I did it. They still taste the same. Two chocolate cookies sandwiched together with white sugar icing. Ummm good cookies. Nothing new about that.  

News To Me!
What's new to me is the packaging. Once there was a time when you opened a package of Oreo's, that was it. You, or someone helping you, had to eat the whole bag or settle for stale cookies later as there was no easy way to reseal the package once they were opened.

What Will They Think Of Next?
Nabisco has heard the cries of the masses and come to the rescue. The new packaging comes with a easy open lift up pull tab.The pull tab is located on top of the package. This feature allows you to peel back the tab which lifts up the top of the packaging exposing the tray of cookies for easy access. When you've finished eating, you just roll the flap back down and press around the edges thus resealing what's left in the tray. The flap has some adhesive around the edge that allows the package to be resealed. Is this not news?

I think this one feature is a good improvement. It has caused me to go out and buy another bag to test. Nabisco didn't tamper with the cookies. They're still a great snack. I'm glad they left the Oreo's alone. They made it so you can enjoy them longer. That's good. I like Oreo's.

Oreo's To The Rescue!
So, if you haven't had any Oreo's in a while, go ahead and indulge yourself. You don't have to eat the whole bag. Think about it, since Nabisco came up with this resealable package, you don't have to eat the whole bag just because you opened it. Nabisco has saved your life. :-)

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