Review: Rocky Road Trip Oreos

Once again, I was caught off-guard at the supermarket when I came across a new Limited Edition Oreo flavor that I wasn’t even aware was coming: Rocky Road Trip Oreos.

I immediately got a good feeling about this one. (Spoiler: Yup. They’re really good!)
Since my daughter is coming home for a visit this weekend, I went ahead and bought two packages, and it’s a good thing I did: the first one is almost completely empty already!  
Confession time: I still have multiple packages of Limited Edition Oreos in the house from past taste tests, because I’m not actually big on sweets when it comes to snacking. I rarely eat more than 2 of them per taste test. If I do indulge in junk food, it’s usually of the salty variety, so for these cookies to disappear this quickly, you know they’re something special.
Right from the start, I could see that this cookie, in particular, has a lot going on: there are marshmallow flecks embedded into the chocolate Oreo sandwich cookies, and the chocolate rocky road flavored filling is infused with “Soy Nut Inclusions.”

I have no clue what that is, but I tell you what–they’re dang tasty.

As soon as you open the package, you get the aroma of marshmallow–oooh, that’s a nice start.
The flavor profile is, not surprisingly, very chocolate-forward, but there’s a great balance between the fudgy chocolate center and the chocolate cookie itself.  The soy nuts give the filling a nice crunch, and every so often, you get a a little extra chewy bit from the marshmallows embedded in the cookie.   
So much to pay attention to as you’re eating them, that you need to have at least 3 to fully experience all of the components.  I’m not even that big of a chocolate cookie fan, and I’m calling this one a home run.
Final grade: A

Seriously, go out and get yourself a couple of packages of these. Here’s an Amazon link, but as usual, you’re going to pay a premium there, so if you can find them in your supermarket, that’s the way to go.

To see ALL of my Oreo Cookie reviews, click HERE to see my Handy Reference Guide with links to all of them.

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