Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Product Review: Limited Edition Marshmallow Crispy Oreo
I'm one of those wieners that falls for the limited time Oreos when they come out.
Right now they have Marshmallow Crispy and Cookie Dough. We looked for the cookie dough but couldn't find it. Probably better anyway because a lot of people were saying it tasted like coffee. No thanks. *heebie jeebies*
But when we saw the Marshmallow Crispy Golden Oreo version, we knew we had to try it since we could fit a few into our weekend calories.
Please excuse the crappy quality since these were taken at night. They look like a plain golden oreo.
Open it up and it's got crispy rice cereal in a marshmallowy cream.
I took someone else's advice and tried the cream alone because they said if you eat it as is, you won't really be able to taste the filling and they were right. But the filling is very tasty and tastes just like a rice crispy treat. When you eat it whole it tastes like a super crunchy golden oreo, almost like there's no filling at all.
So I ate my next two the way anyone should consider...I double stuffed it.
Now THAT tasted good! I just chucked the tops from the other two. Thankfully we didn't consume the entire box that day. We still have quite a bit of them left and we'll share them with our friends this weekend so it'll be about two a piece. Pretty good willpower considering how good they are.
Just like the candy corn version we love so much, we're glad these are a limited time only deal. I don't know if I'd have to get them again, if they ever make them again. But if you love you some Rice Crispy treats then swipe a few and send the rest to work or put a few in the hubs lunch. Or if you have a friend who loves them, this would make a nice little 'thinking of you' gift if they indulge on occasion. They're available for about three more weeks.
Obviously not a health food at 140 calories per two cookies but not a deal breaker if you play your cards right and practice moderation.
Have you tried these? Do you like old school Oreos or do you like to branch out on occasion?
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