We here at Snacktaku have given the Oreo a great deal of attention over the years, but several years before the popular cookie’s 1912 debut there was another. Hydrox, the original sandwich cookie, takes on Nabisco’s usurper in the first-ever Snacktaku Showdown.
You might not always agree with the choices the developers of your favorite games make, but they work hard, dammit. As a show of gratitude, a bunch of Overwatch players have pooled their resources to buy cookies for the development team.
The look of terror in my eyes is half the idea of Oreo cookies filled with Swedish Fish “flavor creme,” half the outrageous pressure put on me to eat them from the moment they became a real thing. I have done your bidding. Please release my family. The good ones, at least.
Roses are red, violets are blue. Both are technically edible. Blueberry Pie Oreos are a sort of a pale violet that looks nothing like something that should make its way to your stomach.
How many Oreo cookies have to die before this man’s thirst for tricksy rebounds is sated?
The year 2014 is nearly behind us, soon to be nothing more than a series of memories of the things we've eaten, places we've eaten and people we've watched eat. Join us as Snacktaku looks back at the year inside the world's stomachs.
Who wants to eat cookies when you can drink cookies? Starting this month in Japan, you can.
Milk and Cookies: remember those scrumptious-looking milk and cookie shots? You can make them too, using this guide/recipe by karinsurance.
I eat a lot of cookies. Really, it's kind of a financial burden. One that just got worse when I walked into the grocery store and saw four new varieties of ice cream-themed Chips Ahoy, which I immediately bought and ran home to try.
How did it take humanity this long to come up with this perfect idea?
If you can stomach the sounds of Whoopi Goldberg talking with her mouth full, you see an impressive demonstration of The Michael Jackson Experience on the Wii and an audience overcome with the thrill of free stuff.
This plate of cookies, complete with bloody bullet holes, was spotted at the offices for the game developer behind F.E.A.R. 3, Day 1 Studios. We're told these iced delights were created by "the girlfriend of one of the designers."
Forget gingerbread men this Christmas — you know you want tasty Vault Boys instead. Spotted on Bethesda's blog, these delicious-looking treats were crafted using a "tortured" gingerbread man cookie cutter and the Joy of Cooking's "Rich Rolled Cookie" recipe.
Sugar cookies are the holidays. It's practically impossible to enjoy the break-neck shopping, light hanging, spiked eggnog without consuming at least one of these bad boys.