Walmart Is Selling an Oreo Variety Pack with Everything from Most Stuf to Thins

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Money can't buy love, but it can buy this Oreo variety pack.

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t like Oreos in some way, shape or form. Walmart knows this, and Walmart loves us. So much that it’s releasing this brand-new Oreo variety pack with five (!!!) different types of cookies, the perfect creation for any cookie-related craving.

What’s in the Box?

No matter what part of the Oreo is your favorite, this variety pack has you covered. The “What’s Your Stuf” box includes standard-sized packages of regular Oreos, Double Stuf, Mega Stuf, the Most Stuf and Oreo Thins. There’s also an Oreo-themed t-shirt, so you can display your affection for milk’s favorite cookie.

It was first spotted by @candyhunting and shared on Instagram. It looks as heavenly as it sounds.

As mentioned previously, this beautiful behemoth is available at Walmart. It’ll cost you $24.99, and you’ll find it on the shelves by looking for a box with diagrams of the different types of Oreo cookies. While you’re there, take a look for these two new flavors.

What Can I Do With My Oreos?

Besides just dunking them in milk and chowing down—the serving size is just a suggestion, right?—there are plenty of awesome dessert recipes that use Oreos. Try Cookies & Cream Brownies, the classic Dirt Dessert or any of these Oreo recipes to satisfy your cookie craving.

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