Welcome to my food review blog series A Slice of Americana, where I get to try different iconic American foods, based on suggestions from Hubby, and you, my lovely readers!
I will be tasting most things for the first time, and will give an honest opinion of all that I consume – it is important to note that I am not receiving any payment or endorsements of any kind.
With that said, on with my review of . . . White Fudge Oreo
The Oreo cookie has been around since 1912, and it has been the best selling cookie in the US ever since! It has many variations and seasonal themed flavours, but is most commonly known for the chocolate cookie with cream filling. It was made available in the UK in 2008 and is also produced there for the British market (I have tried the original one before I came to America but not any of the different types as they are not so readily available back in Britain).
The Taste Test
This cookie is the basic Oreo (chocolate wafers with a cream filling) that has been covered in a white fudge coating and is only available for a short time during the winter/holiday season.
The Oreo cookies are crunchy and super tasty (I have always liked them) and I was not sure if the covering would detract from the lovely chocolate/cream taste they have. My worries were unfounded as the fudge covering is delicious. It tastes well with the cream filling (even very similar to it) so it does not detract from the traditional Oreo flavour. It is great to have with a hot chocolate, on a cold winter evening, curled up on the sofa (can you tell this is how I eat mine).
If you like Oreo (and I have yet to meet someone who is not partial to them), you will like these – they are sweet, creamy and are a good addition/change to the normal Oreo flavour.
Have you tried these before – what did you think? What other Oreo flavours have you tried? What would you like to see me try next?