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May 9th, 2001

Oreos, Part 6: The Ultimate Oreo

I realize this is really “Oreos, Part 10” if you include Paul’s three Oreo-related Pings and his most recent Pings to Do. But I don’t care.

A couple weeks ago Paul and his significant other sent me a card with a little girl sitting at a table. In front of her was a plate of empty Oreo tops and bottoms and one gigantic, four foot high Oreo. Little did Paul know that about the time he was buying this card, I had a very similar idea brewing in my mind.

You’ll remember that I mentioned Sm’oreos a few weeks back. Well, that particular night there were three leftover oversized Oreo cookie top/bottoms. Can you see where this is going?

Yup. The other night, Huyen took a full package (minus five or six cookies) of Double-Stuf Oreos and created The Ultimate Oreo:

Click to enlarge to a frightening size.

Keep in mind — that is not ice cream… it’s the real deal. To get a better perspective on its size, I’m providing another picture.

The nutritonal information would look something like this:

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Ultimate Oreo
Servings Per Container 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories 2000                                   Calories from Fat 900
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 100g                 &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                           6%
          Saturated Fat 20g              &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp             100%
Cholesterol 0mg                          &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp               0%
Sodium 2100mg                     &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                   84%
Total Carbohydrate 270g       &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                   90%
          Dietary Fiber 13g           &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                   26%
          Sugars 7g
Protein 13g
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.


Posted in Food and Beverage, The Oreo Family

doctor mario February 7, 2008, 4:58 pm

HOLEE CRAP thats big
i’d love to own one

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