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It would take a few thousand words to describe and list each and every flavour of Oreo cookie that has existed since the conception of this dual biscuit. However, we are happy to share with our lovely viewers a current list of available Oreo flavours that are filling the supermarket shelves of America, as well as a taste of some of the flavours that have already passed us by and been discontinued.

For this list, we will be focusing on flavours, rather than listing the other shapes and styles of Oreo cookie that are available; such as Double Stuf Oreos.

Current Oreo flavours:

Chocolate Oreos

Brownie Batter: Though these Oreos are technically limited edition, an extremely similar version of them is available everywhere; simply titled “Brownie” rather than “Brownie Batter”. Brownie Batter Oreos are a great twist on the standard Oreo, keeping the chocolate cookie, but replacing the centre with a brownie-flavoured crème.

Enrobed/Milk Chocolate Coated & White Chocolate Coated: Though fairly new to the shelves, these coated Oreos have become hugely popular. They’re a bit more expensive than other Oreos that are stocked in stores, and there are less of them in a pack than their counterparts, but we have to admit that this enrobed Oreo has captured our hearts and our stomachs. Fun fact: There is a third type of coated Oreo that is coated specifically in Cadbury’s milk chocolate.

Dark Chocolate: An Oreo we can trust to not be limited edition (because the company announced it so), and great for lovers of dark chocolate. Dark Chocolate Oreos have the same beautiful cookie on both sides as regular Oreos, but the dark chocolate crème takes the standard Oreo to a new level of richness.

Spread Oreos

Peanut Butter: Peanut butter is similar to mint, you either love it or you hate it. But for those many peanut butter lovers in our audience, you’ll be happy to know that Peanut Butter Oreos are readily available. There are technically two different types of Peanut Butter Oreo; the standard Peanut Butter Oreo and the Peanut Butter and Chocolate Oreo. The latter is much more difficult to find, whereas the former can be found in the US and the UK.

Chocolate Hazelnut: A cookie that brings the likeness of Nutella to the world of Oreos.

Cookie Butter: Unfortunately, limited edition, the Cookie Butter Oreo seems to be based on the delicious Lotus biscuit or Biscoff spread (both a well-loved cookie butter spread). The cookie, itself, is a graham cracker cookie, which pairs amazingly well with the cookie butter crème.

Citrus Oreos

Lemon: A lighter cookie with a lemon crème filling and a vanilla cookie to wrap around it.

Dessert Oreos

Ice Cream Rainbow: New and certainly interesting in colour, the Ice Cream Oreo is very hard to find. Sherbet flavoured with a golden Oreo cookie.

Mint Chocolate Chip: Produced with the help of Baskin-Robbins, this Oreo cookie is utter perfection for lovers of mint choc chip ice cream.

Marshmallow Crispy: A golden Oreo cookie with a marshmallow centre. Technically, limited edition, but can still be found.

Cake Oreos: There’s Red Velvet, Birthday Cake, and Carrot Cake. Birthday Cake Oreos can be found in the UK, and Carrot Cake are the newest; having been released this year (2019).

Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie: Perhaps a cookie with a couple too many flavours, this Oreo variation seems to have it all. Starting with a graham wafer cookie on either side, the filling is a rich chocolate mixed with peanut butter crème.

S’mores: With a double filling of marshmallow and chocolate, as well as two graham cookies to cushion each side, S’Mores may be limited edition, but everyone is hoping they stick around for a long time.

Common variations

We couldn’t think of where else to put these Oreo variations, except in their own section. These four Oreos are easily found in the UK, which means that, among the ones listed in this blog, you can pick them up without needing to get them shipped in. They’re not adventurous flavours, but certainly worth a try.

Chocolate: Similar to the Brownie Oreo, but a little less rich in flavour.

Golden: The standard Oreo with a golden cookie and vanilla flavouring, as opposed to vanilla crème with a chocolate cookie.

Mint: A great year-round cookie for mint lovers. A similar limited edition cookie has been released with Baskin-Robbins.

Strawberry: Like the chocolate and mint flavours, the Strawberry Oreo is a standard chocolate Oreo with a strawberry filling.

Soon to be gone

Though these Oreos were made for specific holidays, they still exist on the shop shelves. We don’t know when these Oreos will stop being sold. At the time of writing, they can still be purchased; either from stores or online on sites like Amazon.

Valentine’s Day: Considering how long ago Valentine’s Day was, it’s a bit strange that you can still find these Oreos. With a pink filling that is a sweet, tangy strawberry flavour, these Oreos were certainly made with love.

Hot & Spicy Cinnamon: Another Valentine’s Oreo, but with a bright filling of cinnamon crème that people either loved or hated.

Nascar: Another standard Oreo with just a small twist. These Oreos have Nascar car numbers printed on them. Released to celebrate Oreo’s 100th birthday.

Spooky: Obviously, a cookie for Halloween. There have been a few different variants of Halloween Oreos over the years, but the Spooky ones are still available to buy in Walmart.

Game of Thrones: A classic Oreo cookie embossed with Game of Thrones detailing. Released for the final season premiere but can still be found in some places.

Marshmallow Moon Landing: Released to celebrate the Moon Landing’s 50th anniversary, these cookies are home to purple marshmallow crème, and a cute moon design.