Celebrate 100 years with all things Oreo
On March 6, 1912 Nabisco—formerly known as the National Biscuit Company—gave birth to one of the greatest inventions of all time: the Oreo cookie. It was sweet, a tad bitter, a bit crunchy and 100 percent delectable.
One hundred years later, Nabisco is still churning out its world famous chocolate and cream cookies. Over 30 billion cookies are sold across the world each year, and the cookie’s popularity is gaining momentum in Asian markets.
There are countless ways to eat an Oreo, and I’m not just talking about pulling it apart or dunking it whole. Check out a few creative recipes using the century-old favorite:
- If you’re a purist, you can visit the Nabisco World website and checkout multiple tried and true recipes that are endorsed by the company. If anyone should know how the cookie is best prepared, it would be the cookie’s creators. The Easy Oreo Truffles are as pleasing to the eye as they are to the tongue.
- For a few off the cuff recipes, try deep frying those bad boys. Coat them in pancake mix and fry them like there is not tomorrow. No harm done. Oreo’s aren’t good for you, anyway.
- Adults can savor a classic Oreo Martini. The blend of chocolate and vodka is like a party in your mouth.
- Sex up your evenings with Oreo Kisses. Attach hot little notes that are personalized for the special someone in your life.
- Oreos aren’t just for dessert. Add some buzz to your morning with Oreo Pancakes. They’re delicious without syrup.
What are your favorite Oreo recipes?
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