Taste test: These snack cakes had the appearance of giganticized Oreos, with two round devil's food type of cakes surrounding a creme filling.
The diameter of each Cakester was about 50% larger than an Oreo cookie, and the thickness was more than double an Oreo. The box contained six packs, each with two Cakesters, and the Nutrition Facts considered two Cakesters to be one serving. The creme layer was much thinner in reality than it showed in the picture. The taste was pretty good, with a good mix of chocolate and creme, soft and tasty, and not overly sweet. The appearance was clearly adapted from Oreos, but the taste wasn't much like Oreos. It was more like Devil Dogs, though not as dry as Devil Dogs. Overall, pretty good. These went well with a glass of milk.
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Smell test: Kind of like Ring Dings.
From the package: “Soft Snack Cakes” ... “12 Cakes Twin-Wrapped” ... “A delicious new snack cake from Oreo. So rich, so moist, your whole family will love it!”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Oreos (157 snacks)
- Chocolate (1806 snacks)
- Cookies (639 snacks)
- Snack Cakes (206 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2007
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