Consider the Snack Game Changed: New Creme-Filled Oreo Churros Have Arrived

11/18/2015 at 06:08 PM ET

Oreo Churros
J&J Snack Foods

Just when we thought we were done being surprised by crazy new Oreo concoctions, this comes along.

After debuting Oreo churros last year, J&J Snack Foods — the leading maker of churros in the U.S. — has stepped up their game even further, releasing bite-sized creme-filled churros, which are found in the frozen dessert section of the supermarket.

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“We were overwhelmed by the national buzz surrounding the original OREO Churros, so immediately began working on a product line extension so that the snack was available to dippers or grippers,” the company’s CEO said in a press release, continuing, “we feel confident the portfolio now fits into any snacking occasion.”

We love the idea of having an Oreo churro “portfolio”, and when you really think about it, it only makes sense that they be creme-filled: It adds to their authentic Oreo-ness.

Somebody better alert Kim Kardashian of this development.

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Shay Spence, @chezspence

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That just looks like a turd with white stuff in the middle. Gross.

Amy on

Why does Kim Kardashian have to be mentioned in this article? People Magazine, get over the Kardashians already!

PCC on

I’m a bit of a junk food junkie, but honestly the look of that, plus thinking how incredibly sweet that is, makes me feel very queasy.

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This is why people are fat

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I recently heard that Oreo cookies are going to be manufactured in Mexico. I have to wonder about cleanliness standards. Because of this news I will no longer purchase or consume any Oreo product from this day forward (and I LOVE Oreo Thins)…however I care about my health much much more! ! (No offense intended)

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No more Oreo’s in my home.You put 600 Americans out of work and moved your facility in a country where the water is polluted .I hope Nabisco goes bankrupt !!

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Where are these??? I can’t find them ANYWHERE

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OREO Cookies are now made in Mexico? What we get their illegals and they get to make our cookies?

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Nearly one year later, they’re nowhere to be found.
This is a mythical cookie. Just like the propaganda the Oreo people recently said about Oreo cupcakes.

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I Made these and they are so nasty I love Oreo’s but I don’t like these never buying them again

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Anonymous on

Terrible idea that tastes even st. Who ever came up with this shouldnt be allow to live.

Anonymous on

Not good. Not churros and just NOT goid.