We Tried Watermelon Oreos So You Don't Have To
The Guilty Pleasure: Two limited-edition varieties of Oreo cookies
JK Grence One of these things is not like the other.
Where To Get It: Your favorite grocery store
The Price: About $3
What It Really Costs: It's all in the aftertaste.
I have to hand it to Nabisco for revving the Oreo marketing machine in recent years. The product line was once just a choice of Regular or Double Stuf. Now, there's a new one every time you shop, it seems.
Most of the variations are fairly simple. There are seasonal color variations. There are reverse Oreos with vanilla cookies and chocolate crème filling. Then there's a fairly new offering, the Heads or Tails Mega Stuf Oreo.
The Mega Stuf Oreo obviously targets those folks who can't get enough Oreo filling. Ever jury-rig a Quadruple Stuf Oreo by twisting apart two Double Stuf Oreos, and pressing the fillings together? That's the idea behind Mega Stuf. Judging by the size of the Mega Stuf, it has about three times the filling of a regular Oreo. To give it a little extra novelty, one of the chocolate wafers is replaced by a vanilla golden wafer.