Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Oreo has dropped a new biscuit that tastes like Neapolitan ice cream

16/06/2022

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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Oreo has released a new Neapolitan ice cream flavoured biscuit, and they truly sound like a summer dream.

We all know that cookies and cream are an age old combo – but cookies and ice cream? Yes, please.

Oreo announced the new flavour live on TikTok recently, and as you can imagine the excitement was palpable. 

The biscuit will be waffle-cone flavoured, and it’ll be stuffed with a vanilla, strawberry and chocolate triple-layered creme filling. Dreamy, right?

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Forget cookies and cream, it’s all about cookies and ice cream (Credit: Oreo)

Oreo dubs the biscuit a “playful twist on ice cream” and we think we can all agree that’s something we can get on board with this summer.

The Neapolitan flavour won’t officially be available until July, and (sorry fellow UK residents) it’s only available across the pond… SOB.

Yep, lucky American shoppers will be able to sample the flavour from next month, and they’re pretty damn smug about it.

“When does it hit shelves? I’m already on my way!”, wrote one person after the flavour was announced.

Whilst another penned: “Hooooly shit”.

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The popular vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream has been immortalised in biscuit form (Credit: Alamy)

“Well these sound delightful,” wrote a third. That they do.

Once they’re on sale, the biscuits will be limited edition, so it’s worth moving quickly if you wanna try them.

The launch comes after Oreo’s most recent collab with a rather unlikely brand.

The cookie company teamed up with Ritz Crackers to create a sweet and savoury mish-mash, and it sold out in literal minutes.

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Oreos and Ritz Cracker combo, anyone? (Credit: Mondelēz)

So keen to try the salty and sugary combo that we actually attempted to construct our own at home. You can read how that went here.

Spoiler: not well.

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