Happy Birthday Oreo!
Whether you twist, lick or dunk -- grab a glass of milk and celebrate this favorite cookie's birthday.
Happy Birthday to us! We made the cake — what are you bringing to our #NationalOREODay party? pic.twitter.com/n0vq8oomDP— Oreo Cookie (@Oreo) March 6, 2019
The classic cream-filled chocolate wafer cookie turned 107 on Wednesday.
Whether you enjoy classic, peanut butter and jelly, double stuf, red velvet, mint, carrot cake, lemon creme or an array of other options, it's no wonder the cookie has crushed the snack game since it was first created in 1912.
In honor of National Oreo Day people celebrated the beloved cookie on social media.
Let’s celeBAKE #NationalOreoDay with Double Stuffed Oreo cupcake. Available today only at all Sprinkles bakeries - while supplies last. #treatyoself pic.twitter.com/iCoPnbJjQB— Sprinkles Cupcakes (@sprinkles) March 6, 2019
Sprinkles Cupcakes announced that they made a limited edition Double Stuffed Oreo cupcake that would be available for one day only.
#NationalOREODay means it’s okay to have dessert before dinner, it’s a holiday after all! Come see us for our Double Stuf @OREO Waffle Cone, you won’t regret it. ?? pic.twitter.com/GKR8vMnXyS— Sonic Drive-In (@sonicdrivein) March 6, 2019
Sonic shared that they are serving a Double Stuf waffle cone.
Oreo is enjoyed in more than 100 countries and comes in a wide variety of flavors, according to Mondelez International.
Oreos for days! #nationaloreoday pic.twitter.com/oCXBif9Bur— Ben Bell (@BenjaminBell) March 6, 2019
Oreo Cookie Art
The Lunchbox Dad shared his love of the cookie by creating a special twist on the treats.
Coffron hand-carved the Oreo filling to make watermarks that look like Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Leia and Han Solo and even Harry Potter.
"I open up the Oreo and then just use a toothpick to draw the designs," he told ABC News. "They took about 20-30 minutes each depending on the design. The Mickey Mouse and Harry Potter ones were easiest."
Coffron said his favorite way to enjoy an Oreo is the "twist and open" method before eating it. "Sometimes I'll go frosting first -- I rarely dunk them unless I'm really hungry!"
His favorite flavor is Double Stuf, "but those new Most Stuf ones are amazing," he said. "If I want a different flavor the Lemon ones are fantastic."
For the first time Coffron tried making Oreo doughnuts and said "they were very good."
His method is simple and he said it could be replicated at home by any Oreo lovers.
"We made the doughnuts all ourselves. We made the dough using a mix," he said. "Then we used round cookie cutters to form them into doughnut shapes."
He continued, "From there we popped them into our air fryer. While they were baking I made the glaze from scratch. Then I spooned on the glaze and sprinkled the cookie bits on top."