Taste test: This bag contained crushed Oreo sandwiches, with not just the cookies but also the creme broken into fine bits. The intention here was to aid in using Oreos as part of a recipe. Having twice made the same Oreo Cookie Balls recipe provided on the back of the bag, I can attest that it's quite labor-intensive to crush Oreos into bits as small as the ones in this bag. So taking advantage of whatever industrial machinery Oreo uses to crush them in bulk is a big help.
They managed to crush the Oreos quite well, so the bits were smaller on average than the ones that I crushed (and they were also smaller than the ones pictured on the bag).
We're a snack review site, so we're not reviewing these as ingredients, but as an out-of-the-bag snack. I opened the bag and poured a bunch of the Crumbles into a small bowl, put a spoon in the bowl and poured myself a glass of milk. The Crumbles tasted just like Oreos, except with more of a cereal-like experience — a really good one (vastly better than real Oreos cereal). After alternating spoonfuls of Crumbles with sips of milk for a while, it occurred to me, why not pour the milk into the bowl? So I did, and the Crumbles were quite good that way too. There are probably lots of other equally delicious ways to eat them.
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Smell test: Regular Oreos smell.
From the package: “Chocolate sandwich cookie pieces” ... “Enlarged to show detail” ... “about 16 servings per container” ... “Also try them in your milkshakes”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .