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COPYCAT NABISCO OREO COOKIES RECIPE | TOP SECRET RECIPES



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At one time Nabisco actually conducted a study to determined that 50 percent of Oreo consumers twist the cookie apart before eating it. I guess this is important information since it concerns the world's top-selling cookie. Historians at Nabisco aren't sure who came up with the idea for this sandwich cookie back in 1912, but they do know that it was introduced along with two other cookie creations that have long since died. The name may have come from the Greek word for mountain, oreo, which would once have made sense because the first test version was hill-shaped. When the Oreo was first sold to the public, it was much larger than today's cookie, but it kept shrinking over the years until Nabisco realized it had become too small and had to enlarge it again to today's current 1 3/4-inch diameter.  In 1975, Nabisco figured we couldn't have too much of a good thing, so the company gave us Double Stuf Oreos, with twice the filling. But why stop there? Now you're free to pile as much "stuf" on your cookies as you like. Watch this video demo: How to Clone an Oreo Cookie (plus how to make a really BIG Oreo!). Source: More Top Secret Recipes by Todd Wilbur. 

Provided by Todd Wilbur

Total Time 48 minutes0S

Prep Time 24 minutes0S

Cook Time 24 minutes0S

Number Of Ingredients 11

Nutrition Facts : Calories 140 calories

COPYCAT NABISCO OREO COOKIES RECIPE | TOP SECRET RECIPES



Copycat Nabisco Oreo Cookies Recipe | Top Secret Recipes image

At one time Nabisco actually conducted a study to determined that 50 percent of Oreo consumers twist the cookie apart before eating it. I guess this is important information since it concerns the world's top-selling cookie. Historians at Nabisco aren't sure who came up with the idea for this sandwich cookie back in 1912, but they do know that it was introduced along with two other cookie creations that have long since died. The name may have come from the Greek word for mountain, oreo, which would once have made sense because the first test version was hill-shaped. When the Oreo was first sold to the public, it was much larger than today's cookie, but it kept shrinking over the years until Nabisco realized it had become too small and had to enlarge it again to today's current 1 3/4-inch diameter.  In 1975, Nabisco figured we couldn't have too much of a good thing, so the company gave us Double Stuf Oreos, with twice the filling. But why stop there? Now you're free to pile as much "stuf" on your cookies as you like. Watch this video demo: How to Clone an Oreo Cookie (plus how to make a really BIG Oreo!). Source: More Top Secret Recipes by Todd Wilbur. 

Provided by Todd Wilbur

Total Time 48 minutes0S

Prep Time 24 minutes0S

Cook Time 24 minutes0S

Number Of Ingredients 11

Nutrition Facts : Calories 140 calories

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