Oreo Cookie Flavors Just How Many Are There?

Oreo Cookie Flavors

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If you’re one of the millions of fans of the Oreo cookie, then you’ll want to make sure you’ve tried them all. Oreos, those inimitable sandwich cookies with the creamy middle, come in a variety of flavors.

Oreo Sandwich Cookies

These are the originals. They are chocolate wafer circles on the outside and cream on the inside. This is the Oreo that started it all.

Oreo Double Stuff

These are Oreo wafer cookies on the outside but they have twice the creamy filling on the inside. Too much of a good thing is never enough.

Oreo Golden

These relative newcomers are golden Oreo wafers on the outside and cream on the inside. Many have debated whether the golden or the original is the best. You be the judge.

Oreo Springtime

These seasonal Oreos come with the original chocolate wafers on the outside and a yellow, fresh spring colored cream on the inside. Grab them fast as they disappear after Spring.

Oreo White Fudge Covered

These treats are chocolate Oreos dipped in white fudge. They look like little snowballs and some prefer their ultra-super sweetness to the original.

Oreo Mini Bite Size

Bite sized Oreos are a hit with the preschool set. They’re also great for snacking on the go. They are the same as their older brother, original Oreo, but in a shrunken down version.

Oreo Chocolate Crème

These cookies have a chocolate Oreo outside and a creamy chocolate center. It’s a new take on the old favorite and some prefer it to all others.

Oreo Organic

These Oreos mimic the original Oreo in looks but are made with organic flour and sugar.

Oreo Mint Crème

These Oreos are chocolate on the outside and minty cream flavored on the inside.

Halloween Oreos

Oreos that come out for Halloween are chocolate cookie wafers with an orange crème filling.

Peppermint Oreos

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Peanut Butter Oreos

Peanut butter lovers rejoiced when the peanut butter Oreo hit the shelves. They feature the crisp chocolate outer with a creamy peanut butter center.

Peppermint Oreos

New for the winter holidays, peppermint Oreos are chocolate cookies on the outside with a minty, red and white filling.

Oreo Cakesters

These are a departure from the crispy wafer cookie. They are Oreo shaped, but larger. And the outer is a chocolate cake disc. The center is a whipped creamy filling. They come in vanilla cake or chocolate.

Golden Oreo with Chocolate Crème

These Oreos feature golden cookie outsides with a creamy chocolate center.

Milk Chocolate Dipped Oreos

The newest in the line of Oreo products is the chocolate dipped Oreo. It’s pure milk chocolate coating on the outside and a chocolate and crème Oreo on the inside.

Oreo Reduced Fat

These are the Oreo’s skinny cousin. Designed with less fat, the idea is that you can eat more without feeling as guilty.

Fudge Mint Oreos

As the name would suggest, this is an Oreo covered in chocolate with a mint center.

Try all the Oreo flavors to decide which you like best. And look for new flavors from Nabisco as they come out at different times of the year. There’s bound to be a new one on the shelves soon, so look for it next time you’re in the grocery store.

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17 Responses to Oreo Cookie Flavors Just How Many Are There?

  • Sara says:

    Triple Berry Ice Cream 2011
    Banana Split 2008
    Strawberry Milkshake 2009

  • shirley sagat says:

    We recently bought the springtime cookies and my grandchildren and their friends loved them,I MYSELF ENJOYED THEM and would like to see them on the shelves all year long. Any possibilities of making this a reg. all yr long?

  • David Morrill says:

    The orange creamsickle is fantastic. how about chery creamsickle?

  • Sandra Wright says:

    Trying to vote on new ice cream flavored oreo, but couldn't find where. Tried new Creamsicle because I love orange/vanilla ice cream. Thought the cookies were just too sugary -- not enough orange flavor. Love the idea and would vote for more orange, less vanilla cream. New idea -- lemon custard (my favorite ice cream).

  • sherry curry says:

    I love the Creamsicle.I am for leaving them on the market year round. People are always looking for them in the stores i go to. Please!

  • carmela says:

    I discovered the Creamsicle flavor in the State of Illinoid while on vacation, loved them, when I returned to my hometown, searched for them, found them, I still enjoy them very much. ( allergic to chocolate).

  • Michelle Ireland says:

    I am with Sandra Wright on the lemon. Oh my diet would go to hell quick. I heard there was a sherbert one out for a little while in alaska but now it is gone and nothing in the states =( Is that coming back?

  • Tami Jones says:

    Oreo used to make a cookie that had chocolate fudge in the middle. They weren't round, but oblong shaped. Are they still being made and sold in stores?

  • destiny says:

    Do they have ice cream oreos in the cookie and creme flavor still??

  • chrissy says:

    Will there be a contest where we can come up with a new flavor, n win a prize?

  • S perry says:

    Salted caramel flavor would be lovely

  • Kelly bippus says:

    You brought out a blue creamed oreo about 2 years ago. The best I ever tasted. Would you please bring them back. The were a summer creme.

  • Jeremiah asher says:

    Call me crazy but I swear they had half chocolate cream and peanut butter before they went to solid chocolate cream and peanut butter oreos

  • John M. Malone says:


  • Blake says:

    I love oreos. But you need a list of all flAvors ever made that would help.

  • Sally says:

    Golden filled with strawberry creMe center

  • Cheryl Oliver says:

    You should really make sugar free Oreo's for the diabetics

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