Can You Believe These Insane Oreo Flavors?

Oreo: Real or Fake?

Michael Stillwell

Take this quiz and see if you can spot the fakes.

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Fruit Punch Oreos

Tastes like dipping cookies in Kool-Aid. (That’s a thing, right?)

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It’s Real!

We don’t know if Kool-Aid cookies are a thing now, but these were back in 2014.

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Starburst Oreos

Swedish Fish Oreos have got nothing on this chewy, fruity candy reimagined as a cookie.

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It’s Fake!

We totally made up this flavor, but Mondelez, we won’t stand in your way if you want to bring them to fruition.

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Cotton Candy Oreos

It’s the best of the fair, made even better (no sticky fingers!).

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It’s Real!

They were sold for a limited time last spring.

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Slurpee Oreos

For best results, eat them straight outta the freezer. (Just be careful you don’t chip a tooth.)

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It’s Fake!

We’re cold-hearted like that.

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake

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.)

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It’s Fake!

This is the point where you should probably listen to BSB’s “Quit Playin’ Games with My Heart” for the rest of the quiz.

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Strawberry Shortcake Oreos

These are all about that (short) cake, cake, cake, cake, cake.

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It’s Real!

No, you weren’t seeing things. They were a Walmart exclusive earlier this year.

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Limeade Oreos

You can skip the Sonic drive-thru; this Oreo packs all the flavor of the classic summertime drink in one sandwich cookie.

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It’s Real!

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.

Blueberry Pie Oreos

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Blueberry Pie Oreos

Just like Momma used to … buy from the grocery store.

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It’s Real!

You might be able to still snag a bag at Target (they debuted there earlier this summer).

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Boston Cream Pie

Red velvet was just the beginning of the regional-desserts-gone-Oreo trend.

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It’s Fake!

But if you want to launch a petition to make them a reality, consider us signature No. 1.

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Creamsicle Oreos

Complete with two-tone frosting to mimic the dessert itself.

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It’s Real!

The only tragedy here is that they’re no longer sold in stores.

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Yoo-Hoo Oreos

They’d be a spectacular addition to this Yoo-Hoo Freakshake.

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It’s Fake!

Better drown your sorrows with a glass of the OG chocolatey drank.

Fruity Crisp Oreos

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Fruity Crisp Oreos

Pebbles and Bamm Bamm would go HAM over these.

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It’s Real!

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.

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Pumpkin Spice Oreo

PSL addicts have one more way to get their fix.

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It’s Real!

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.)

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Diet Coke Oreos

Hey, stranger things have happened.

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It’s Fake!

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.

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Watermelon Oreo

Watermelon without seeds? Score! Watermelon-flavored cookie? Um …

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It’s Real!

They’re just one of many unexpected flavors Oreo has dreamed up over the years.

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