I can’t wait to make all my old Oreo recipes. I make these delicious Oreo cream cheese balls covered in chocolate. I’ll post the recipe once I can contain myself from eating the entire box! They just were not the same with the other brands. Don’t get me wrong though, the other brands such as Trader Joe’s, Glutino, and Kinnikinnick are very good, but come on… it’s Oreos!
Gluten Free Oreos are a Game Changer
This is a big move in the gluten free community. Not only is Oreo making a gluten free cookie, but they are going all in! They are getting the highest gluten free certification on the market from gluten.org.
What does that mean? Well from my perspective Oreo is not cutting any corners. They are spending the money in manufacturing and certification to get the best gluten free certification in the business. This is HUGE!
I really hope other companies see how successful this cookie will be and follow their lead. I know there has been some dislike for the fact that they waited this long to go gluten free, but if the market is not there, I can’t blame them.
How Do Gluten Free Oreos Taste?
These gluten free Oreos do not disappoint. As a matter of fact, from what I have seen so far on social medial, the gluten free community has fallen in love again with Oreo.
I purchased mine from Walmart.com. I order 15 boxes…. Needless to say I had some cookies for a while.
Bottom line… gluten free Oreos taste as good as the regular version. I’ve had non-gluten free folks try them and that is the consensus. These are not cheap knock offs. They also don’t break the banks. I think I pain $2.99 for the box. Very reasonable!
Gluten Free Oreos and Their Oat Flour
There has been some pushback on the recipe due to the oat flour used in the recipe. I understand the concern as it is very much an issue in the gluten free community, but with the Gluten Intolerance Group certification, it does not get any more certified here in the US. As always, use your judgement, but in my opinion if we can’t trust the highest certification then there is something wrong with the process. As it comes out and people eat it, I’m sure more will come to light.
So give me a shout when you get your hands on these Oreos! I hope you are excited about these as much as I am. This is a huge win for the gluten free community that I hope really launches others brands to follow! Only time will tell!
Let me know your thoughts in my comments or better yet… post your favorite recipe to make with Oreos down below so I can give it a try! Thanks for stopping by!