When it comes to cookies, Oreos has always been one of Americas favorite cookie. Especially during Christmas time, I mean who wouldn’t want to put Oreos with a big glass of milk for Santa Clause to drink. This Oreo Joy! Winter Cookies are very cool for the season so I Knew I had to get them from Target. They come with red filling cream inside instead of white and they have 5 holiday cookie designs. They taste just like the original ones except they look more appealing as its for the holidays.

The Ingredients:

  • Sugar
  • unbleached enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin b1), riboflavin (vitamin b2),
    folic acid)
  • palm and/or canola oil
  • cocoa (processed with alkali)
  • high fructose corn syrup
  • leavening (baking soda and/or calcium phosphate)
  • salt
  • red 40 lake
  • soy lecithin
  • chocolate
  • artificial flavor
  • contains: wheat, soy

As good as this Oreo Joy! Winter Cookies look I wouldn’t really recommend them because of the ingredients. I mean they have artificial flavor, red 40, soy, high fructose corn syrup, who would want to give those to their kids? This cookies are really good for the looks and taste, however, the ingredients really could be improved with more quality and healthy ingredients.

White Fudge Covered Oreo Cookies

This White Fudge Covered Oreo Cookies are by far the best ones I’ve ever tried. I absolutely love this creation and just wonder why this wasn’t created before? Great Taste, but weighting at 100 calories per 1 cookie is a smack to the butt. I mean why couldn’t weight just 40 calories a cookies, but no it has to weight 100 calories. Its super addictive so when you eat one, you might go for 6 more of this cookies. And next thing you know you’ve just ate 600 calories which that’s almost a meal. The calories is absolutely a turn down for this cookies, but by far the best in taste and creation of Oreo Cookies that I’ve tried.

This White Fudge Covered Cookies are soo good that I’m not even going to talk about the ingredients. Yes its not the best, but definitely worth the add to any holiday cookie collection. The fudge chocolate version is also available which that is on my try list. Until now this is my top favorite, and I love it so much that I don’t think the fudge covered will top this. I think the fudge covered will be my 2nd favorite, but until I try it, by far this wins the champion chip belt of all Oreo Cookies.

Gingerbread Oreo Cookies 

This Gingerbread Oreo Cookies were really good for taste wise. The crème in the middle is a nice kick to the gingerbread flavor. This are great to add to other Oreo Cookies to mix with in a bowl. But, really when I think about it, this cookies are good but I really didn’t like the ingredients. I mean it has 2 different versions of red 40 colors on top of that it has artificial flavor. As it comes to the gingerbread flavor, natural and organic is what comes to mind.

This Oreos are good in terms of mixing with other Oreos to make it looks nice. But as Gingerbread goes I would consider an organic gingerbread cookie with natural ingredients.