Cookies

Soldato
Joined
1 Nov 2004
Posts
4,161
I don't get why people have such a love affair with Oreo Cookies?

The biscuit has an odd cracker like texture and the aftertaste is nicer than when your actually eating them.
 
Last edited:
Consigliere
Joined
12 Jun 2004
Posts
150,381
Location
RH20
Love Cadburys Oreo. And other variations including donuts (is it meant to be doughnuts?), cheesecake etc.

To be honest the latest "trend" is biscoff flavour. Its everywhere!
 
Soldato
Joined
27 Mar 2016
Posts
6,836
Location
Bristolian living in Swindon
Love Cadburys Oreo. And other variations including donuts (is it meant to be doughnuts?), cheesecake etc.

To be honest the latest "trend" is biscoff flavour. Its everywhere!

I've never been a fan of oreo's and all their different flavours, Like you say though, the Biscoff biscuits have been my goto biscuit for a long time, such a simple biscuit but tastes lush
 
Consigliere
Joined
12 Jun 2004
Posts
150,381
Location
RH20
I've never been a fan of oreo's and all their different flavours, Like you say though, the Biscoff biscuits have been my goto biscuit for a long time, such a simple biscuit but tastes lush

To be honest I have never actually tried a biscoff biscuit BUT my social media is filled with biscoff pancakes, waffles, cheesecakes, ice cream etc. :p

I had the Five Guys biscoff milkshake last year and it was incredible. :o
 
Soldato
Joined
27 Mar 2016
Posts
6,836
Location
Bristolian living in Swindon
To be honest I have never actually tried a biscoff biscuit BUT my social media is filled with biscoff pancakes, waffles, cheesecakes, ice cream etc. :p

I had the Five Guys biscoff milkshake last year and it was incredible. :o

Ohh really, you need to have some, they're moreish for me... Not had the Five guys shake but will do when everything's open again...

When I worked with my mum back when I was 16 (14 years ago) the hairdressers had biscuits exactly like the biscoffs but were called something else, I'd end up eating loads while we were there cleaning the hairdressers on a night time :p
 
Consigliere
Joined
12 Jun 2004
Posts
150,381
Location
RH20
@Minibiker - I better not. May get addicted. Making the family a cookie dough biscoff thingy next week as they have never tried it. :)

@Ice Tea - Have you tried other Oreo flavours out of curiousity? This is me trying to get the thread back on track haha!
 

SPG

SPG

Soldato
Joined
28 Jul 2010
Posts
8,572
American trash biscuit.

Get yourself a jammy Dodger and be proud of your herratige
 
Soldato
Joined
7 Dec 2012
Posts
16,595
Location
Gloucestershire
Yeah they're crap.

We had a packet in the cupboard, opened around Xmas, that only just got finished today. My son seems to like them, but none of the rest of us do.
 
Soldato
OP
Joined
1 Nov 2004
Posts
4,161
@Ice Tea - Have you tried other Oreo flavours out of curiousity? This is me trying to get the thread back on track haha!

I don't mind people discussing other cookies. :)

I've only ever tried the original ones and like Cheesyboy we have had a packet open since Christmas that have gone uneaten as nobody here likes them.
 
Soldato
Joined
21 Oct 2011
Posts
19,324
Location
ST4
The biscuits are /meh, but the Oreo chocolate muffins are nice.

ERvCvjy.jpg
 
Soldato
Joined
3 May 2012
Posts
5,337
I agree they're crap.

It's because the pussy generation of kids are brain washed by advertising and want to be like each other eating the same crap to try and fit in like sheep.
 
Soldato
Joined
7 Dec 2012
Posts
16,595
Location
Gloucestershire
I agree they're crap.

It's because the pussy generation of kids are brain washed by advertising and want to be like each other eating the same crap to try and fit in like sheep.
Not sure kids even see adverts now, tbh. Mine mostly watch streaming stuff, Netflix etc.

It's actually difficult coming up with Xmas presents sometimes because they haven't been advertised into wanting stuff :D
 
Soldato
OP
Joined
1 Nov 2004
Posts
4,161
I just Googled "difference between cookies and biscuits" and there seems to be a lot of differing ideas...
 
Top Bottom