Remember when you’d go camping as a kid and sit around a campfire roasting marshmallows for s’mores? I don’t, which is why I used a cigarette lighter on a S’mores Oreo instead.
You're looking at an extreme close-up of the horrid goo smushed between the vanilla cookies of the Limited Edition Fruit Punch Oreos. It looks like meat paste. Meat paste would probably taste better.
The recently released (and recently reviewed) limited edition Cookie Dough Oreos do not contain actual uncooked cookie dough. What they do contain, is a clever bit of mental marketing called 'permission'.
My mother used to tell me not to play with my food, but the rule never applied to Oreos. It's almost as if the cookie was meant to be played—you take apart the Oreo, lick the creamy center first and then eat the cookie as a whole.
Famous foodstuffs frequently double-stuffed, Oreos tun 100 next month. The Pac-Man-inspired ad on the right of the image above is just part of the campaign for the very old cookies.