In 1912, the first Oreo cookies were made. The beloved cookie brand has since come out with several different flavors — some weird and surprisingly delicious. Obviously, the classic and double stuff variants reign supreme, but it’s still interesting to see what unusual combinations they have pulled off.
Apple Cider Donut
Reminiscent of autumn, apple cider donut Oreo is a sweet, comforting treat. The limited-edition cookies combine wafter cookies and Oreo crÃ¨me.
A top contender in the My Oreo Creation in 2018 features chocolate wafers with a cherry cola flavor crÃ¨me. The filling also contained popping candy to imitate the sensation of drinking a carbonated beverage.
Hot and Spicy Cinnamon
In 2016, Nabisco introduced a Cinnamon Bun Oreo which then became a regular flavor. Maybe that’s why they thought a chocolate wafer with cinnamon candy flavor crÃ¨me would also catch on.
Hot Chicken Wing and Wasabi
These big and bold flavors with orange and green crÃ¨me filling were only available in China in 2018. Similarly, KitKat has released wasabi and hot chili pepper chocolate bars in Japan, so this isn’t totally bizarre for the Asian market.
Chocolate sandwich cookies featuring popping candy sounds like a great Fourth of July snack in theory, but they didn’t work as well as customers hoped. Fireworks belong in the sky, not in your mouth.
The people got what they asked for when they voted for a kettle corn-flavored Oreo during the My Oreo Creation promo. Between the Golden wafers were kettle corn crÃ¨me and puffed millet pieces.
Lady Gaga x Oreo
The Chromatica-themed Oreo were limited-edition cookies in collaboration with pop icon Lady Gaga. It was a pink-colored Golden Oreo with a green crÃ¨me filling inspired by her latest album.
Root Beer Float
The center of the Golden Oreo is filled with root beer and vanilla-flavored crÃ¨me. For those curious about what biting into a root beer float would be like, this condensed cookie turned out unexpectedly okay.
It’s probably best to have Swedish fish candy and Oreo biscuits separately. The red filling tasted like “cherry cough syrup” according to The Impulsive Buy.
Watermelon and cookies seem like an odd pairing, but Nabisco did it anyway in 2013. Red and green watermelon-flavored filling is sandwiched between Golden Oreo wafers.
Even 100 years later, Oreo is still one of the best chocolate cookies out there, with countless interesting limited-edition flavors to boot. Recently, they brought back the coveted PB + Chocolate and Golden Oreo.