Oreo Strawberry Crème Biscuit Review – Chocolate + Strawberry Sandwich Cookies
Fresh, berrylicious, and chocolatey- Oreo Strawberry Creme was a delight in each bite. Read more in our detailed review.
Brining a twist on the iconic vanilla creme biscuits, Oreo added flavors to the creme like chocolate, strawberry, red velvet, and more.
We ordered a pack of the strawberry variant for our Oreo Strawberry Creme biscuit review. The overall flavor of this sandwiched biscuit, the textures, and more details are discussed in our review.
Does the strawberry-chocolate pairing work?
Key details on Oreo Strawberry Creme are listed in the table below.
|Oreo Strawberry Creme Biscuit||Product Details|
|Main Ingredients||Wheat flour, sugar, palm oil, cocoa powder, fructose syrup|
|Buy Now||On Amazon|
|Mishry Rating (on 5)||4|
Our Review Factors
We were looking for crisp biscuits with a smooth creme filling, the characteristic flavor of Oreo cookies with a prominent, non-industrial-tasting strawberry flavor. Identical-looking, unbroken pieces would be a plus.
How do the chocolate-flavored biscuits taste with the strawberry creme? Is this too sweet?
How did these components taste individually? Was the creme tangy or sweet or a mix of both? Any displeasing industrial aftertaste?
Crisp biscuits with a smooth creme is what we were looking for.
We also discuss the price, packaging, shelf life, and other non-tasting parameters.
Oreo Strawberry Crème Biscuit – Detailed Review
Price & Packaging
A 133-gram pack is priced at Rs 95/-. The biscuits are stacked horizontally, without a tray in a blue pack. These have a shelf life of one year.
Wheat flour, sugar, non-hydrogenated vegetable oil (palm), antioxidant (INS 319), cocoa powder, fructose syrup, corn starch, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate) (INS 500 (II)), ammonium bicarbonate (INS 503 (II)), salt, emulsifier, soya lecithin (INS 322)
It also contains flavors- artificial strawberry, nature identical vanilla, acidity regulator (citric acid- INS 330 (I)), colors (carmine (INS 201)
Allergen info states this contains soy and wheat.
What is Carmine and why is in my pack of Oreos?
Carmine, also known as cochineal extract, is a bright red-colored pigment derived from carminic acid’s aluminum complex. It is considered safe as it is naturally obtained.
Taste & Texture
The biscuits had ‘Oreo’ embarked on the surfaced. Thumbs up for zero broken/cracked pieces. Individually, the biscuits lent a floral, vanilla aroma and the strawberry creme emitted that of the fruit. It did not feel synthetic.
The biscuits had the ideal crisp texture, indicating they were well-baked. The evenly spread layer of strawberry creme had an appealing pink hue. The creme looked smooth but had a subtly grainy mouthfeel, owing to the use of castor sugar.
The biscuits taste fairly good, neither too sweet nor bitter, just subtly salty. The creme had a subtle strawberry flavor with rounded sweetness. We liked how the strawberry flavor did not taste industrial. Together, both the flavor and the bite of this sandwich biscuit was a treat to the tastebuds.
- No broken pieces.
- Inviting appearance.
- Natural aroma.
- Commendable crunch.
- Lip-smacking flavor.
Need a break from vanilla? Looking to dunk a berry-flavored biscuit in your glass of milk? We’d suggest trying Oreo Strawberry Creme biscuits.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Oreo strawberry crème biscuit.
One pack holds approximately 14 biscuits.
The creme alone does not negatively impact dental health.
That said, overconsumption of suar-laden treats may harm gum health. It is crucial to maintain oral hygeine by garlgling, flossing, and brushing your teeth at least twice a day.
Yes, it contains nature-identical vanilla and strawberry flavors.
Yes, you can. Alternatively, the biscuits can be paired with plain milk too.
Yes, this would fit a vegetarian diet.
Mishry liked these Oreos with a fruity twist. The strawberry flavor did not feel synthetic and tasted delightfully delicious sandwiched between chocolate Oreo cookies.This is something we’d recommend you try once.
Would you be open to trying this or play it safe and stick with the classic vanilla creme?