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Good, but not as good as you might think from the description

  • Mar 21, 2011
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I like Oreos. OK, I love Oreos. I am one of those people who need to hide them from myself because it is way too easy to go through a whole bunch of them before I realize that I've just surpassed my weekly caloric intake. I also love peanut butter, and am definitely not impartial towards fudge. So when I read the ingredients of these little cookies I was really excited. When I got my package in the mail form Amazon, I couldn't wait to try them. Overall, I like the way they taste, but they didn't live up to my expectations.

The cookies are much thinner than the regular Oreos. They are essentially "half of an Oreo" covered with fudge, although the crispy part may be even thinner than that. The peanut-butter crème filling is tasty, but it doesn't have as much of the peanut-butter flavor as I had expected. It is certainly not on par with Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. The fudge covering is very tasty as well, but again nothing spectacular.

When it comes to nutritional content, these cookies are definitely inferior to the regular Oreos. They contain 9 g of fat, 4.5 g of saturated fat, and 17 g of sugar as opposed to 7 g, 2 g, and 14 g respectively in regular Oreos.

These cookies are very tasty, but not as tasty as you would have suspected based on the list of ingredients. I certainly prefer the regular Oreos taste, and when it comes to similar fudge-covered cookies I think they are better alternatives out there.

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March 22, 2011
Ohhh, never heard of these before, but based on the nutritional value, I'd rather have a few more of the regular ones :P
 
March 22, 2011
I have tasted the regular flavored fudge cremes and definitely agree with you that they don't live up to the hype. A better treat, though you'll have to put some work into it, is if you take an Oreo (whatever flavor you want) and dip it in melted milk chocolate. Then, put the cookies in the fridge to chill them and as soon as they're chilled, you have some yummy fudge covered Oreos!
March 22, 2011
I heard that the deep-fried Oreos are even better. ;-)
March 22, 2011
Wow...that sounds tasty! I'd never heard of that before....mmmmm.....
 
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review by . March 19, 2011
Oh, dear lord... merely looking at these was almost enough to send me into a diabetic coma. They are so incredibly rich it's insane. I was able to eat about three before I was willing to say "Yep, I'm done!" These really aren't as good as regular Double Stuff Oreos and you don't get very many. I counted, and you get 28 cookies. That's all. For the price you're paying you can find better. Heck, you can do what I suggested with the mint creme Oreos and buy normal ones and dip them into bark chocolate.  &nbs …
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