- There have been many flavours of Oreos over the years.
- Some stuck around while others were only limited edition.
- Flavours include red velvet, peanut butter, and lemon.
Oreo, “milk’s favourite cookie,” has been around since 1912, and in its 107-year history it has released a number of permanent and limited-edition flavours.
Here’s a look at some of the most memorable throughout the years, including ones you can find on the shelves now.
Birthday Cake Oreo was launched to celebrate the cookie’s 100-year anniversary.
In 2012, Oreo released Birthday Cake Oreo (with birthday cake-flavored creme dotted with colours to resemble sprinkles) as a limited-time item. Due to its popularity, the brand kept it on as a permanent flavour.
Carrot Cake Oreos hit shelves earlier this year, just in time for spring.
Eagle-eyed shoppers spotted this limited-time flavour as early as January. This cookie is made with cream cheese frosting-flavored creme, sandwiched between two carrot cake-flavored cookies.
Lemon Oreos are filled with naturally-flavored lemon creme.
Serious Eats tasted Lemon Oreos and likened the flavour of the vanilla cookies to Vienna Fingers and found the filling to be “bright and tangy.” While these cookies didn’t top our list, they’re a favourite for many Oreo fans.
Red Velvet Oreos are a dessert-inspired twist on the classic cookie.
Like the Carrot Cake Oreos, these cookies feature a cream cheese-flavored filling but instead of carrot-cake flavored cookies, they’re red velvet wafers.In our taste test, we found that the cookies (sans filling) tasted no different from the chocolate cookies in classic Oreos.
Hot and Spicy Cinnamon Oreos have a kick.
These flavorful treats have a bright-red filling and have been a hit with consumers.
Cinnamon Bun Oreos have cinnamon-flavored cookies.
Cinnamon Bun Oreo is a newer flavour and got rave reviews in our taste test.
Peanut Butter Oreo is a dream combination for fans of “The Parent Trap.”
Filled with peanut butter creme, we imagine these cookies would be a favourite for “The Parent Trap” twins Hallie and Annie, fictional characters (both played by Lindsay Lohan) who both ate Oreos with peanut butter.
Chocolate Oreos offer double the chocolatey flavour.
For chocolate lovers, this chocolate-chocolate combination (chocolate cookies and chocolate-flavored creme) is a winning combination.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Oreo is another dessert-inspired flavour.
A permanent flavour introduced last year along with Pistachio Thins, these Oreos sandwich a peanut butter and chocolate-flavored creme between two graham-flavored cookies.
Apple Pie Oreos are a fan favourite.
Though this is a limited-edition treat, it’s come back for a few falls in a row.
Chocolate Hazelnut Oreos were a limited-edition treat.
Though this didn’t fare too well in our rankings, many fans liked this spin on a classic spread.
Mint Oreo has a refreshing minty flavour and a soft mint colour to match.
Our favourite Oreos from the taste test, Mint Oreo reminds us of Girl Scout Thin Mints.
Dark Chocolate Oreo is a permanent flavour that debuted earlier this year.
This flavour hit supermarket shelves at the beginning of this year. It takes Chocolate Oreos up a notch with a deep chocolate-flavored creme.
Swedish Fish Oreos had a few people scratching their heads.
Swedish Fish Oreos were only available at Kroger stores but that didn’t stop them from making a splash online.
Pumpkin Spice Oreos capitalise on the trend.
Every fall there is a bevy of pumpkin-spice-flavored products, and these treats often make an appearance.
Hot Cocoa Oreos were a cosy addition.
Hot Cocoa Oreos were a limited-edition flavour for the colder months and fell into the trend of hot cocoa-flavored treats.
Golden Oreos are essentially the opposite of Dark Chocolate Oreos.
Two lightly sweetened golden wafers sandwich the classic Oreo creme filling to create the Golden Oreo.
Mystery Oreos ended up being Fruity Pebble flavored.
This limited-edition cookie looked just like the classic but was later revealed to have Fruity-Pebble-flavored creme.
Kettle Corn Oreos are akin to the classic fair food.
This limited-edition treat features crunchy millet pieces.
Cherry Cola Oreo has a striped creme.
Cherry Cola Oreos are a snack version of the classic soda pop and have a two-toned creme inside.