OREO Cookies have become so much popular globally. With the festive season upon, people have been searching for recipes for desserts online that they can make.
But it seems that the company is trying to make this festive season even more interesting. In a recent post on Twitter, Oreo announced a new way to customize Oreos called Oreo ID. While sharing a sneak peek in the OREOiD, the company wrote, “Say hello to OREOiD, the first-ever custom OREO cookie experience.”
— OREO Cookie (@Oreo) November 14, 2020
Through OREOiD, people can choose their own crème colors, decorate their cookies with sprinkles or fudge, and even top their chocolate treats with photos or messages.
The customization can be as simple as just choosing the color of the crème from a choice of eight different colors to create a completely unique cookie. According to the website, fans can upload personal photos to be printed on the cookies, along with personal messages.
Customers can purchase 20 two-count packs of cookies at $2.50 each, five eight-count boxes for $8.95 each, or a set of 24 cookies for $19.95.
While talking about the new experience, Oreo’s Brand Manager Olympia Portale, in a statement, “We’re so excited to unveil this new customized experience for our fans to engage with Oreo on a whole new level, just in time for the gift-giving season.”
People reacted to the introduction of OreoID with excitement and shared how they would definitely try this for their upcoming celebrations.
This is the coolest thing to happen to the cookie world since Oreos.
— G.Mo. (@TheKidFromBKLYN) November 14, 2020
If I become addicted to this I'm totally blaming you 👀❤
— BUTTERCUP (@50shadesoforeo) November 14, 2020
I love this amazing idea! 🥰. Is there an option to add bacon?
— L҉A҉S҉ 🤷♀️🏒🏈 #Outlander (@Skorupasdragon) November 14, 2020
Already did mine 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/XOkA1IqqFA
— Z (@zanderjustdont) November 15, 2020
I ordered some! How could I not?
— Caryn (@RealCaryn) November 16, 2020
OREOS cookies are always on fleek. I can't stop designing tbh.
— Shaina Rosario (@sliverseachains) November 14, 2020
In other recent Oreo news as reported by NY Post, the company took to YouTube to discuss that, in order to ensure the snack’s longtime survival amidst apocalyptic scenarios as extreme as an asteroid striking the Earth, the company commissioned a vault to protect and store its cookies.
Will you try thee if OREOiD is launched in India? Share your opinion in the comment section.