Taste test: The Oreo Brownie is back for a second try, but unlike the first one we reviewed, which was a licensed product made by Mrs. Freshley's, this one appeared to be genuine Mondelez. Since the other one was mostly just a brownie, with no actual Oreo taste or texture, we were hoping for a more Oreo-like experience this time. Even before opening it the wrapper, we could see white creme showing through one end of the brownie, plus there was a pattern of white frosting on top, so I had reason for optimism.
The brownie was pretty big, at 4-1/2 inches wide, 2 inches tall and over a half inch thick. Officially, it was 2 servings, but for what was basically a single-serve package, that seems like an unlikely use case.
I poured myself a glass of cold milk and bit in to find a soft and generally dry feel with just the slightest sugary-type crunch that seemed to be coming from the creme filling. It didn't taste nor feel like a brownie, nor like an Oreo for that matter. The creme was not bad, but it was only remotely like the stuff that they use in Oreos.
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Smell test: Not much at all, but if I really tried, maybe a weak chocolate cake smell. Not like Oreos or brownies.
From the package: “180 calories per serving” ... “Servings: 2”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Dollar Tree. Review published .
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