Off Brand Oreos: “Off-brand Oreos” refers to cookies that are similar in appearance and taste to the popular Oreo cookies but are produced by a different company than the original manufacturer, Mondelez International. These cookies are often marketed as alternatives to Oreo cookies and are typically cheaper in price.
Off Brand Oreos
Some common off-brand Oreos include:
- Hydrox: Hydrox cookies were actually introduced in 1908, four years before Oreo cookies. They have a similar sandwich cookie design with a crème filling between two chocolate-flavored wafers.
- Great Value Twist & Shout: This is Walmart’s store brand version of Oreo cookies. They closely resemble the original in terms of appearance and taste.
- Trader Joe’s Joe-Joe’s: Trader Joe’s offers their own version of sandwich cookies called Joe-Joe’s, which come in various flavors including chocolate and vanilla.
- Keebler’s Vienna Fingers: While not an exact Oreo copy, Vienna Fingers are another sandwich cookie option with a crème filling between two rectangular cookies.
- Back to Nature Classic Creme Cookies: These cookies offer an organic and slightly different take on the classic Oreo taste.
- Nabisco’s Oreo Thins Bites: While still made by Nabisco, the “Thins Bites” version offers a smaller, bite-sized take on the classic Oreo.
- ALDI Benton’s Cookies: ALDI supermarkets offer a line of cookies called Benton’s, which includes their take on the Oreo-style cookie.
It’s important to note that while these cookies are similar in concept and appearance to Oreos, taste and quality can vary between brands. Some people find the off-brand versions to be just as satisfying as the original, while others might notice slight differences in taste, texture, or quality.