What is your favorite cookie? Is it the traditional chocolate chip or raisin oatmeal cookie, or is it the tasty and creamy Oreo? Oreos are amazing cookies as you can open up the cookie part and kick off the cream in the middle. You can also dunk it in milk. However you eat your Oreo cookies, you will want to do it on national Oreo cookie day!
March 6th urges you to enjoy a few Oreo cookies. And there are so many flavors of Oreo cookies that range from salted caramel, golden, lemon, mint, chocolate cream, chocolate-covered Oreos, and so much more. Let’s not forget the Double Stuff Oreo cookie when you cannot get enough of that cream in the middle. Oreo thins or small Oreos come in a 100 calorie bag for those who are watching their caloric intake. Either way, you will want to enjoy an Oreo cookie on that national cookie holiday. That being said, if you are cutting down your caloric intake and losing those pounds, you can indulge in a way that will not blow your caloric bank account. Life is too short not to enjoy one of America’s favorite cookies.
If you feel like ice cream on that day, then why not order Oreo crumble toppings? You can also find some online recipes that involve the cookie too. If you are planning to adopt a pet on that day, well, if the pet is black or black and white, wouldn’t Oreo be an appropriate name? Whatever you do on March 6th, make sure you make Oreo cookies relevant and part of that day.
History Of National Oreo Cookie Day
On March 6th, 1912, Oreo cookies became a thing thanks to the late Sam J. Porcello, who worked as a food scientist at Nabisco. Ever since that day, Oreo cookies have significantly impacted people’s lives for the better. Life is hard, and Oreos make life just a little sweeter. During that year, the first grocers that bought Oreos were in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Oreos that early on came with lemon meringue, but in 1920, there was the discontinuation of the flavor and only came in the original cream. Then in 2012, Oreo turned 100 which made national Oreo cookie day that much more special!
How To Celebrate National Oreo Cookie Day
You can enjoy your favorite Oreo cookies in moderation by dunking them in milk or by themselves. Eat the stuffing first, and then eat the cookie parts. Why not crumble up some Oreo cookies and sprinkle them on your ice cream. Or, if you want to bake an Oreo treat, find a recipe online! However you celebrate the holiday, why not share it by using #NationalOreoCookieDay on social media.
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