Taste test: The limited-edition Oreos keep getting weirder, and this one certainly followed that trend. It essentially promised a creme filling with bits of colorful Fruity Pebbles cereal in between two Golden Oreo cookies. Although everything on the package closely resembled Fruity Pebbles, it appears that the folks at Oreo/Nabisco/Mondelez didn't want to pony up the dough to use the actual trademark, hence the odd "Fruity Crisp" name. (This is much like the lack of the Rice Krispies Treats name for the Marshmallow Crispy Oreos.)
We crunched in to find that the taste was very sweet and very fruity — it really did taste a lot like Fruity Pebbles. We shared them with lots of snackers, and opinions were mixed. Some people found the fruit and sugar to be overwhelming, while others were just impressed by how closely the taste matched Fruity Pebbles and liked it.
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Smell test: Very sweet and fruity, a lot like Fruity Pebbles.
From the package: “with Fun, Colorful Rice Crisps!”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Oreos (160 snacks)
- Cookies (650 snacks)
- Fruit Snacks (446 snacks)
- Sandwiches (288 snacks)
- Snacks containing cereal (160 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2016
This snack was discovered by Jeremy. Review published July 2016.
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