National Oreo Cookie Day March 6


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National Oreo Cookie Day March 6

“Milk’s Favorite Cookie”! How do you like your Oreo? Whether you have an Oreo cookie with milk or celebrate with one of these recipes for National Oreo Cookie Day March 6, you will be enjoying one of America’s most popular cookies!

National Oreo Day March 6

History of The Oreo

The Oreo Cookie, originally called the Oreo Biscuit, was developed in 1912. They were first sold in Hoboken, NJ for 25 cents a pound. The name was quickly changed to Oreo Sandwich and then to Oreo Creme Sandwich. The Nabisco logo was added to the cookie in 1952. The advertising slogan at that time was “Oh! Oh! Oreo!”and today’s slogan is “Milk’s Favorite Cookie”.  However, according to the ingredients the original recipe is milk and egg free so you can enjoy them even if you can’t eat dairy! There are now many different flavors to choose from including birthday cake, pumpkin spice, s’mores and watermelon! I’m waiting for the gluten free, sugar free version!

Here are 7 different recipes using the original flavor Oreo cookie. Which is your favorite?

1.Oreo Cookie Bars – This Autoimmune Life

National Oreo Cookie Day March 6

2. Cookies and Cream Muddy Buddies – Mandy’s Recipe Box

3. Bunny Oreos – Party Pinching

 

4.  Cookies and Cream Oreo Fudge Brownies – Kevin and Amanda

5. White Chocolate Oreo Truffles – Cake’s Cottage

6. Easter Chick Oreo Pops – Delightful E Made

7. No Bake Oreo Cheesecake – Live Well Bake Often

 

 

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10 comments on “National Oreo Cookie Day March 6

  1. I didn’t know! Thanks for sharing this bit of information. We are definitely fans of Oreos here.
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  2. At my college, they made the best cookies in the cafeteria with oreos. I’ve approximated it several times by using my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe and substituting crushed oreos for the chocolate chips.

  3. Great to know more about oreos. Love the treats made with them. Thanks for sharing at DI&DI.

  4. Oh dear! They all look delicious! Thank you for sharing with us on the Art of Home-Making Monday at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! 🙂

  5. I think this should be expanded to be a week-long celebration, don’t you? Love it. Pinned and shared!
    (Thanks for linking up this week at My Busy Beehives #beeparty!)

  6. Who knew a cookie could have it’s own day?!
    Hello from the AIM link party!

  7. Oh so yummy! I have one little boys that just LOVES Oreo cookie anything. Pinned.
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  8. Thank you for sharing this post at the #WednesdayAIM #LinkUp #BlogParty. I shared it on social media.
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  9. These Oreo recipes look amazing! Fun to hear about the Oreo history too! Thanks for sharing at the Friday at the Fire Station link-up!
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