If Oreos with one layer of creme are good, how much better is an Oreo with three layers of creme? The world is about to find out, and we don’t have to wait much longer. Oreo teased the release on Twitter, then revealed that two new Oreos are coming on January 3. If you like chocolate and/or toffee, then 2022 is going to be your year!
Someone on the Oreo assembly line went a little bit over the top with the new limited-edition Ultimate Chocolate cookie and just kept piling on the layers of creme filling. Oreo calls this one a “chocolate lover’s dream,” and it’s hard to argue once you see the three separate layers of white, milk and dark chocolate creme all stacked on top of one another. Is there a right way to eat this Oreo?!
The Big Mac of Oreo hits shelves nationwide on January 3, 2022, but it’s a limited-edition flavor. Be sure to grab a package when you see one, because Ultimate Chocolate Oreos will only be available while supplies last.
New Oreos #2: Toffee Crunch
Love the sugary bite of toffee? The new Toffee Crunch Oreos will join the Ultimate Chocolate Oreo with a January 3 debut. These treats will feature Oreo cookies filled with toffee-flavored creme dotted with sugar crystals, all combining for what Oreo is calling a “perfect cookie crunch.” And unlike the Ultimate Chocolate Oreo cookies, this toffee treat won’t be temporary—it’s a permanent addition to the Oreo family.
These darling little desserts are my daughter Crystal’s favorite. At family birthday parties, no matter how fancy the dirt cup looks, each person gets a gummy worm, too. —Linda Emery, Bearden, Arkansas
With layers of crushed chocolate sandwich cookies and creamy filling, this is definitely a rich dessert. You can decorate the top with a few wrapped chocolate coins. —Betty Jean Jordan, Monticello, Georgia
There are incredible surprises in this festive bark, including dark chocolate, candy canes and cream-filled cookies. We keep a big supply ready for gift-giving. —Robin Turner, Lake Elsinore, California
Eating a slice of this decadent dessert is like biting into a smooth truffle candy. You can vary the flavor by using raspberry-flavored chocolate baking chips.—Sally Sibthorpe, Shelby Township, Michigan
You won't want to frost these brownies, since the marbled top is too pretty to cover up. Besides, the tasty cream cheese layer makes them taste as if they're already frosted. The crushed cookies add extra chocolate flavor and a fun crunch. —Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon
I first made this irresistible dessert for some dinner guests. They were overwhelmed by it's rich flavor and appearance. My husband commented that it was the best dessert he had ever eaten in his whole life. —Heather Bennett, Dunbar, West Virginia
My son introduced us to this twist on classic s'mores when we were camping. Have a jar of Nutella around? Slather on the inside of the graham cracker halves before you build this one-of-a-kind treat. —Christina Smith, Santa Rosa, California
I invented this confection for a bake sale at our children's school. Boy, was it a hit! The crunchy chunks of sandwich cookie soften a bit as the mixture mellows. It's so sweet that one panful serves a crowd. —Laura Lane, Richmond, Virginia
Of all the recipes in my repertoire, I knew my Quadruple Chocolate Chunk Cookies would have the best shot of winning. But really, when your cookies feature Oreos, candy bars and all the other goodies that go into this sweet treat, you’re nearly guaranteed to turn out a winner. —Jeff King, Duluth, Minnesota
Here's one of those "looks like you fussed" desserts that is so easy it's become a standard for me. I love the mocha version, but pure chocolate lovers may prefer using chocolate chip ice cream. The cookie crust is a snap to make.
—Debbie Terenzini-Wilkerson, Lusby, Maryland
If you like cookies-and-cream ice cream, you'll love this cake. Chocolate sandwich cookies are mixed into the batter and pressed into the sweet and creamy frosting for a fun look. —Pat Habiger, Spearville, Kansas
Gael Fashingbauer Cooper is a pop culture junkie and the co-author of Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops and The Totally Sweet '90s. She covers TV, movies, books and pop culture, as well as food news of all kinds. Gael is a weblog pioneer who started her first blog, Pop Culture Junk Mail, in 1999.