Here are cookies flavored with cookie-flavored cookies
It's 21st-century America, and brand crossovers are king. Wherever you look, Mountain Dew is collaborating with Cheetos and Doritos are collaborating with... well, just about anyone. So when your favorite snacks haven't yet, uh, mated, what do you do? Fortunately, Redditor Dreznych came forward with a solution to that problem when he created cookies that are a combination of Cookie Dough Oreos and Hershey's/Betty Crocker Cookies n Creme baking mix, thus producing cookie-flavored cookie-flavored cookies. God bless America.
Dreznych's revelation came about when he realized that there were two cookies flavored to taste like each other, and he set out to combine them in the most confusing and utterly ridiculous way possible. If you want to make your own cookie-flavored cookie-flavored cookies, you can follow his step-by-step here.
Or, y'know, just make something that's flavored to taste like them.
Adam Lapetina is a food/drink staff writer at Thrillist. He had an existential crisis while writing this article and was brought back to reality with a really good-tasting cookie. Read his musings on Twitter at @adamlapetina.