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You may not have been keeping up with the latest snack-food news, but we certainly have. In the last few years Oreos have become the chameleons of the cookie aisle, branching out into new forms and even wilder flavors. The international Oreo varieties are even more bizarre. Some, we're totally on board with, while others have us questioning the sanity of these mad cookie scientists. Peanut Butter? Yes. Green tea? Maybe not.
When Nabisco announced last week that they will soon release a watermelon-flavored Oreo, we decided to sit down and do some research, eyebrows fully raised. Keep up with the snack-food news cycle, and check out these 14 shocking varieties of bizarre Oreo flavors we found. It's a cut-throat world in the science of cookie innovation. But we're starting to wonder if cookies may have jumped the shark.
Photos: via Oreo
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