An Oreo cookie is a popular sandwich cookie made by Nabisco, part of the Mondelez International group. It consists of two circular, embossed chocolate-flavored wafers with a sweet, creamy filling in between. The classic Oreo filling is white and is primarily made from sugar and vegetable oils, with a vanilla flavor.

Over the years, Oreo has introduced a variety of flavors and limited editions, including double-stuffed Oreos with twice the filling, and versions with different flavored fillings such as mint, peanut butter, and lemon. The cookie’s design is iconic, featuring a pattern of the Oreo logo and intricate designs on the chocolate wafers.

Oreos are commonly enjoyed by themselves, dipped in milk, or used as ingredients in desserts like milkshakes, ice cream, and cakes.

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