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.
This is now a Snacktaku review of the Limited Edition Fruit Punch Oreos — this is a cautionary tale. See this package?
Memorize it. If you see it on store shelves, turn and walk away. If you feel your curiosity getting the better of you, stab your curiosity in then neck and stuff its corpse in the frozen food section.
I was on a mission to find the new Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Oreos — and could you blame me? Failing in my task and not wanting to return home empty handed, I picked up the bag you see above and placed it in my cart.
As it turns out, this was a horrible mistake. It's hard for me to swallow an Oreo cookie when it only contains a single fruit flavor. Hell, even the adventurous Chinese can only handle up to two at a time. Fruit punch is so many fruits. Fruit punch is too many fruits for an Oreo.
I could be wrong. Perhaps fruit punch and vanilla Oreos is your favorite way to wind down after a long day. Turn yourself in to the authorities now and they'll go easier on you.
Look at how the pink, meat-like cream besmirches that sacred mark. It's as if someone were viciously murdered atop it, and no amount of scrubbing could clean it off. That's remnants of the corpse of my taste buds right there, laid waste in a teeth-churned mash of cloying "fruit" flavor and vanilla cookie.
There shall be no full review for the Fruit Punch Oreo; there will be no video. Just a moment of silence as we mourn the loss of those for whom this warning arrived too late.