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Joe-Joe’s- Ah, Joe-Joe’s. Oreo lookalikes produced by the well-known market, Trader Joes. I’ve had the pleasure of tasting these, and they are quite delicious. However, they are more expensive than normal Oreos.

Thank you for the submission, tumblr user simplyprofessional.


Q
Interesting tumblr. How do you get the pictures/info? Do you go to the store and look for them, or do you just google them up?
Anonymous
A

A combination of both. While some brands we already knew about (for instance, Newman-O’s and Kid-O’s), many brands are searched.

Especially because half of the things we’ve posted are not available in America.

-Jules


WhoNu?- As far as we can tell, WhoNu? is their very own company. Their boxes do not seem to be labeled with any company, and their site says nothing. Yet another ridiculously-named knockoff. The Oreo-like WhoNu?’s also come in vanilla. WhoNu? also supplies two different varieties of chocolate chip cookie.

WhoNu?- As far as we can tell, WhoNu? is their very own company. Their boxes do not seem to be labeled with any company, and their site says nothing. Yet another ridiculously-named knockoff. The Oreo-like WhoNu?’s also come in vanilla. WhoNu? also supplies two different varieties of chocolate chip cookie.


Cream-O- Another very popular Oreo knockoff, created by a company called Jack ‘n Jill. Cream-O’s have their very own website, which includes a recipe for Cream-O Cheesecake, a game, a quiz, and a list of flavors that Cream-O’s come in.
Actually, not all Cream-O’s are Oreo-based! While there are sandwhich cookies, there are also wafers, crinkle cookies, and chocolate chip cookies, among others.

Cream-O- Another very popular Oreo knockoff, created by a company called Jack ‘n Jill. Cream-O’s have their very own website, which includes a recipe for Cream-O Cheesecake, a game, a quiz, and a list of flavors that Cream-O’s come in.

Actually, not all Cream-O’s are Oreo-based! While there are sandwhich cookies, there are also wafers, crinkle cookies, and chocolate chip cookies, among others.


Neo- Neo’s are another Oreo knockoff produced by the company DeemaH, which seems to be based in Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, the DeemaH website held no information about these cookies.

Neo- Neo’s are another Oreo knockoff produced by the company DeemaH, which seems to be based in Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, the DeemaH website held no information about these cookies.


Creme Betweens- Almost entirely identical to Oreos in appearance, Creme Betweens are sandwich cookies made by LeCour’s Finery. According to one source, the outer cookies of Creme Betweens had a crunch that was “more pronounced” than that of Oreos, just enough to make the experience different.

Creme Betweens- Almost entirely identical to Oreos in appearance, Creme Betweens are sandwich cookies made by LeCour’s Finery. According to one source, the outer cookies of Creme Betweens had a crunch that was “more pronounced” than that of Oreos, just enough to make the experience different.



Newman O’s, quite possibly the greatest thing ever because they’re organic Oreos, and they taste just as good as the original.

Thank you very much for this submission, Tumblr user shockofthelightning.

Newman O’s, quite possibly the greatest thing ever because they’re organic Oreos, and they taste just as good as the original.

Thank you very much for this submission, Tumblr user shockofthelightning.


Kid-O’s- An Oreo knockoff made by the company Kroger. These are more popular than the other brands we’ve posted, and can be found in many stores. Like most Oreo copies, they are cheaper and less healthy than Oreos themselves.
Not saying that Oreos are healthy.

Kid-O’s- An Oreo knockoff made by the company Kroger. These are more popular than the other brands we’ve posted, and can be found in many stores. Like most Oreo copies, they are cheaper and less healthy than Oreos themselves.

Not saying that Oreos are healthy.


Black Domino- According to several articles we read, the most repulsive cookies ever. Do not be fooled by their innocent Oreo-esque appearance.

"Salty liquorice, also known as salmiakki or salmiak is a variety of liquorice flavored with ammonium chloride, common in the Nordic Countries, Netherlands, Baltic States, and Northern Germany." -Wikipedia

One blogger described them to smell strongly of polyurethane.

Black Domino- According to several articles we read, the most repulsive cookies ever. Do not be fooled by their innocent Oreo-esque appearance.

"Salty liquorice, also known as salmiakki or salmiak is a variety of liquorice flavored with ammonium chloride, common in the Nordic Countries, Netherlands, Baltic States, and Northern Germany." -Wikipedia

One blogger described them to smell strongly of polyurethane.