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"I'm in love with the dental hygenist who cleans my teeth, but I don't get to spend much time with her. So before an appointment I eat a whole package of Oreos."
It's been 100 years since the first Oreo sandwich cookie was sold to a grocer in Hoboken, New Jersey. Thus began a tradition of dunking, dipping, twisting ...
Read on to see all the creative ways our readers eat their Oreos.
1. With milk
Walter: "Dip in ice cold milk until the cookie under your fingers just starts to get soft, then eat it on one bite. The cookie is soft and the cream filling is still a bit solid. Oh those were the days."
2. More cookie, less filling
mike bartz: "I split them and discard the filling. Love the chocolate cookie. Have to have milk with them."
Jamie: "Twist apart two separate Double Stuf cookies, and put the icing halves together to make a Quadruple Stuf Oreo!"
4. Total immersion
SchuPhli: "Here's how it's done: You buy Double Stuf Oreos and get a glass of whole milk and a fork. You put the fork in the Oreo stuffing then dip it into the milk. Perfect milk coverage without the mess."
5. Dip 'em
Shelbi: "Am I the only one who dipped my Oreos in peanut butter? A la The Parent Trap?"
6. More is merrier
Careme: "I usually only eat odd numbers at a time because the first one goes into the glass of milk to remain there until the end getting fully soaked and becoming fully soft. They others I dunk in pairs until softened then Nom Nom Nom! At the end with my final drink of milk I wash down the one totally soaked in the bottom. MMMMMmmmmmm. Eleven was a daily ritual for about 10 years of my life. I'm sure the dark cocoa and all the rest are going to end up taking that from my life too. Oh well. Eating is my favorite vice."
7. Surreptitious consumption
Kendo23: "I usually eat them in the middle of the night. Usually around 1 a.m. ... then around 2 a.m. ... then again around 3:30 a.m. My wife hides them, but I always find 'em. "
8. Rinse and repeat
Wastrel: "The Oreos today do not compare to the ones that were made with better chocolate wafers and lard-based filling. I'd like to see 'Classic Oreos' or 'Original Oreos' in the store, but of course that would just be marketing some product that that they could make for less and sell for more ... as for eating them, with milk. An Oreo, then some milk, repeat."
9. Cookie inversion
Jessica: "My favorite Oreos are the inside-out ones: vanilla cookie with chocolate cream filling. And my favorite thing about Oreos is that they are vegan!"
10. Bake 'em
Reader t3chsupport shared a recipe for Oreo cookie truffles that is worth checking out. No cooking required, just a little melting and smashing.
"They are so delicious, and fast, and easy and simple," t3chsupport writes. "They're great when you first make them, but after a day or so they are absolutely divine (especially with some chopped walnuts mixed with the Oreo mixture ... drool). An impressive last-minute desert."
1. Get a package of Oreos
2. Smash the ever-living hell out of them! (pro tip: put them in a bag first before smashing)
3. Take a package of cream cheese, and mix it all up with your Oreo crumbs in a bowl. By hand works best.
4. Take the black goo you just made and roll it into little balls, about an inch wide, and put them on a plate or cookie sheet.
5. Put it in the fridge until it's cold.
6. While that's cooling and firming, put your almond bark in a small pot. Put some water in a slightly larger pot, and put it on medium low heat, and put the pan with the chocolate chips/bark in it into that pan, submerging the bottom in the hot water (but not touching the bottom). Or if you're some sort of fancy pants you can use a double boiler if you have one.
7. Let the stuff melt.
8. Take your now cold Oreo and cream cheese balls, and give them a quick dip in the melted chocolate, and put them back on the pan to cool and harden.
9. Stick them back in the fridge. I don't know how long they keep for, they never last that long.
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