Oreo Reveals Two New Cookie Flavors

Both new cookie flavors are inspired by classic desserts.

March 01, 2024

Oreo, owned by Mondelez International, announced two new cookie flavors, Dirt Cake and Tiramisu, via social media.

The brand announced that its limited-edition Dirt Cake flavored cookie will make its nationwide debut on March 4. Dirt Cake, a childhood dessert for many, is a mud pie with a pudding and whipped cream base that is topped with crushed Oreos and gummy worms.

The Dirt Cake Oreo will include a layer of brownie-flavored creme and a layer of chocolate creme sandwiched between two Oreo wafers that are topped with gummy-worm inspired multicolored sprinkles.

"Imagine pulling up to the school function with these," Oreo posted on social media with a photo of its newest flavor.

Dirt Cake, as Oreo has described, is a “nostalgic” take on the classic mud-pie dessert that “everyone loved growing up,” USA Today said.

Oreo also unveiled a permanent addition to its assortment with the upcoming debut of Tiramisu Thins, a slimmer and modified version of the previously released Tiramisu-flavored Oreo.

Tiramisu Thins will feature tiramisu-flavored creme, as opposed to the original that combined tiramisu creme and Oreo creme.

The latest Oreo editions will hit shelves just two months after Oreo introduced three new flavors on January 3: Black & White Cookie Oreo, gluten-free Golden Oreo and Peanut Butter Cakesters Oreo.