Oreos sure have come a long way from being a snack with 2 chocolate cookies and a dollop of vanilla frosting that everyone ate before throwing away the cardboard-like cookies. We eat snacks the way we feel like it, mom!
In honor of the new Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert flavor hitting shelves, here's a look at the most bizarre Oreos around.
DUO Dulce De Leche and Banana
Only Argentinians get the joy of artifically-flavored sweet milk and banana combined. And while you'll likely never get to taste said cookie, you could always try dunking an Oreo cookie and a banana into some dulce de leche coffee like a complete dumb dumb.
Green Tea Ice Cream
China is no stranger to flavoring their desserts with green tea, so this concoction being available only in the Far East makes a lot of sense.
Double Fruit Raspberry and Blueberry
Another flavor you can only find in China, the same place you can find all of the US debt. For an in depth look at the Chinese Oreo scene, check this great piece of journalism from Kotaku.
Golden Birthday Fudge Creme
This features a vanilla cookie, vanilla frosting, a chocolate topping, and sprinkles. Serious Eats also tried a bunch more bizarre flavors.
Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert
Does this look gross to you? Well, according to a Serious Eats Sweets reporter, it tastes gross. And smells gross. Supplies are limited! Act now!
Mini Taco Oreos
With some Golden Oreos and a trip to the candy store, you can make Oreos that look like tacos. This could be Taco Bell's next big thing.
Photos by Kraft Foods, Carrie Vasios/Serious Eats, SheKnows.com