Take this quiz and see if you can spot the fakes.
Tastes like dipping cookies in Kool-Aid. (That’s a thing, right?)
We don’t know if Kool-Aid cookies are a thing now, but these were back in 2014.
Swedish Fish Oreos have got nothing on this chewy, fruity candy reimagined as a cookie.
We totally made up this flavor, but Mondelez, we won’t stand in your way if you want to bring them to fruition.
It’s the best of the fair, made even better (no sticky fingers!).
They were sold for a limited time last spring.
For best results, eat them straight outta the freezer. (Just be careful you don’t chip a tooth.)
We’re cold-hearted like that.
This double decker-style, similar to Neapolitan, features three cake-like cookies sandwiching layers of pineapple and cherry creme filling. (The verdict’s out on whether the latter tastes more like cough syrup.)
This is the point where you should probably listen to BSB’s “Quit Playin’ Games with My Heart” for the rest of the quiz.
These are all about that (short) cake, cake, cake, cake, cake.
No, you weren’t seeing things. They were a Walmart exclusive earlier this year.
You can skip the Sonic drive-thru; this Oreo packs all the flavor of the classic summertime drink in one sandwich cookie.
Before there were Key Lime Pie Oreos, the brand went rogue with limeade-flavored ones. They probably tasted the same—and maybe we’re alone in thinking this—but pie just sounds so much more delish.
Just like Momma used to … buy from the grocery store.
You might be able to still snag a bag at Target (they debuted there earlier this summer).
Red velvet was just the beginning of the regional-desserts-gone-Oreo trend.
But if you want to launch a petition to make them a reality, consider us signature No. 1.
Complete with two-tone frosting to mimic the dessert itself.
The only tragedy here is that they’re no longer sold in stores.
They’d be a spectacular addition to this Yoo-Hoo Freakshake.
Better drown your sorrows with a glass of the OG chocolatey drank.
Pebbles and Bamm Bamm would go HAM over these.
You might be able to get a pack at Wegmans, Giant Eagle or a slew of other stores, if you act fast. They were offered for a limited time starting this past June.
PSL addicts have one more way to get their fix.
It seemed too Basic to be true, but we’re not messing with you. We wouldn’t joke about autumnal spices. (Oh, wait—we would. Our bad.)
Hey, stranger things have happened.
And by ‘stranger things,’ we mean someone has already created a fake Oreo flavor inspired byStranger Things, so we had to come up with other ideas. Like one based on the drink that basically powers Delish editor Jo Saltz’s veins.
Watermelon without seeds? Score! Watermelon-flavored cookie? Um …
They’re just one of many unexpected flavors Oreo has dreamed up over the years.