- 1 What are Oreo Thins?
- 2 History of Oreos and Oreo Thins
- 3 What is the Taste and Flavor of Oreo Thins like?
- 4 What are the ingredients in Oreo Thins?
- 5 Nutritional Facts of Oreo Thins
- 6 Video: Irish People Trying Oreo Thins for the First Time
- 7 Oreo Thins Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- 8 How many calories are there in Oreo Thins?
- 9 Are Oreo Thins gluten-free?
- 10 Are Oreo Thins vegan?
What are Oreo Thins?
Oreo Thins are a kind of a cookie sandwich with flavored cream sandwiched between two cookies.
Oreo Thins are similar to the original Oreo cookies. As the name suggests, Oreo Thins are a “thinner” version of the original Oreo cookies. So if you are trying to be “healthier” or fill like there is too much creme filling in regular Oreos, well then these are for you!
The crème filling in Oreo Thins comes in a variety of flavors – vanilla, chocolate, lemon, golden, mint, pistachio, coconut, pina colada, salted caramel, and latte.
Oreo Thins are perfect for snacking during picnics, birthday parties, or even while watching movies.
History of Oreos and Oreo Thins
Oreo cookies were introduced for the first time in March 1912 in the United States. And Oreo Thins came into existence for the first time in July 2015. They are sold in more than 100 countries. The original Oreo Cookie was produced by the National Biscuit Company (presently known as Nabisco, a division of Mondalez International).
Sam Porcello developed the present Oreo filling. He was a food scientist at Nabisco. He replaced the lard with partially hydrogenated vegetable oil. Nabisco replaced trans fat with non-hydrogenated vegetable oil in January 2006.
Interest Factoid: One of the theories behind the name “Oreo” is that it is derived from the Latin word Oreodaphne. The cookies were an imitation of Hydrox cookie (produced by the Sunshine Company).
The first manufacturing unit was set up in Chelsea, New York. Present-day, the block where the factory is situated is called “Oreo Way.” More recently, Mondalez International decided to move the cookie production to Mexico. They shut some of the manufacturing units in America because of huge operation costs.
What is the Taste and Flavor of Oreo Thins like?
Oreo Thins cookies come in the following flavors:
- Pina colada
- Salted caramel
The flavors mentioned above are of the crème filling that is sandwiched between two biscuits. The cookies are crunchy and sweet, and the filling is rich and creamy and leaves a sweet aftertaste in your mouth.
What are the ingredients in Oreo Thins?
The ingredients in Oreo Thins are sugar, unbleached enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), palm oil, canola oil, cocoa (processed with alkali), high fructose corn syrup, salt, baking soda, soy lecithin, chocolate, and artificial flavor.
Nutritional Facts of Oreo Thins
The nutritional facts mentioned below are for a serving size of 29 grams (four cookie pieces approximately).
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat (6 g)||8%|
|Saturated Fat (2 g)||10%|
|Trans Fat (0 g)||0%|
|Total Carbohydrates (21 g)||8%|
|Dietary Fiber (less than 1 g)||2%|
|Total Sugar (12 g)|
|Of which added sugar (12 g)||24%|
|Sodium (95 mg)||4%|
|Cholesterol (0 mg)||0%|
|Protein (1 g)|
|Calcium (3 mg)||0%|
|Potassium (41 mg)||0%|
|Iron (1.1 mg)||6%|
|Vitamin D (0 mcg)||0%|
Related: Loacker Wafers – an Italian favorite.
Video: Irish People Trying Oreo Thins for the First Time
This is a fun video of Irish people trying the Oreo thins for the first time.
You get to see them being unwrapped and many taste tests. Plus some priceless -and funny – reactions!
Oreo Thins Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How many calories are there in Oreo Thins?
Four pieces of Oreo Thins cookies contain 140 calories. A single cookie contains 35 calories approximately.
Are Oreo Thins gluten-free?
Unfortunately, Oreo Thins are not gluten-free. Wheat flour is a part of the recipe, which is a glutenous material. People who have Celiac disease should strictly avoid the consumption of Oreo Thins.
Are Oreo Thins vegan?
Oreo Thins are not vegan since they contain dairy.
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