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New Oreo Flavors: Cookie Dough, Marshmallow Crispy Unveiled

Friday, 24 Jan 2014 02:47 PM

By Ken Mandel

Oreo is expanding their cookie empire, adding the new flavors Cookie Dough and Marshmallow Crispy in limited supplies.

Both flavors officially come out Feb. 3 and are expected to sell for six to eight weeks.

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The cookie dough variety is a chocolate-flavored cookie with a dough-flavored filling. Marshmallow Crispy is likely inspired by the Rice Krispies treat, with crisped rice dotting the vanilla-flavored cream filling. Last year, Nabisco created two other Oreo flavors, watermelon and Candy Corn.

Indie rockers Tegan & Sara will appear in a commercial that will show a one-time-only hashtag for "fans with the fastest thumbs" to tweet for some new cookies, according to USA Today.

Twitter was pretty excited about the additions.

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