The proliferation of Oreo flavors is, depending on your point of view, either a global nightmare or a an exciting new source of awesomeness and variety. We’ve made it our mission to bring you the latest novelty Oreo flavor news, even when those flavors don’t make a whole lot of sense. Like the limited-edition Marshmallow Crispy flavor.
Of course, regular people would call this flavor “Rice Krispies Treats,” but Rice Krispies are a different product owned by a different company. Instead, they’re called Marshmallow Crispy, with a picture of a crisped-rice cereal/melted marshmallow treat on the package just to make sure that consumers get the message.
Of course, the precise opposite of this product also exists: Kraft features a recipe for Rice Krispies Treats with Oreos in them.
Everyone knows what a chocolate chip cookie looks like, though, so the “Cookie Dough” flavor of Oreos needs no vaguely similar names. Just cookies. Delicious, delicious cookies.
We haven’t tried either of these flavors yet, and the first we’ve learned of their existence were some quick photos posted in The Impulsive Buy’s Spotted On Shelves section. They’re available at Dollar General, but not listed on the official Oreo site. If you’ve tried them, please let us know what you thought!