REVIEW: Limited Edition Oreo The Most Stuf

Limited Edition Oreo The Most Stuf

Most. Creme. Ever.

Those are the remarkable words I’ve dreamed of seeing since the day I was born. Or at least since the day I ripped into my first Oreo and thought, “Damn, that’s good, but what if…”

No longer are the days of dreaming, as the biggest baddest Oreo of them all is a new limited edition reality. Amidst the slew of fruity, cakey, bizarre, sometimes delicious, and sometimes dysfunctional flavors being cranked out by Nabisco, the cookie gods finally gave us what we all truly wanted – The Most Stuf.

Limited Edition Oreo The Most Stuf Tray

Opening up the package is indeed a visual show stopper. Each cookie takes up a noticeably larger space than your average Oreo and the abundant amount of creamy white filling is nearly oozing from the edges of the wafer. I expected them to be one big clump of crème, but it looks like two regular circles of crème filling smushed together to form one big blob – truly an actual double stuffed, or maybe even triple stuffed, cookie.

Limited Edition Oreo The Most Stuf Stack

The crème is soft and pliable, and biting into one causes the massive mound to squish out of the sides like an epic Oreo Whoopie Pie. The taste is immediately noticeably different, with the creme’s intensely nondescript sweetness taking center stage above the now small-seeming bittersweet wafer.

The lack of vanilla, spice, or anything to make the flavor more than just purely sweet is more apparent than ever, and while it’s no doubt a tasty, if not cloying, treat, it’s almost…too much?

Limited Edition Oreo The Most Stuf Topless

I’m not gonna lie, I felt romantically attached to these cookies before I even found them, and much like a friend who tells you a movie is the greatest film of all time before you even see it, my expectations were high just at the thought of so much stuf. I’m not sure exactly what I expected but what I’m experiencing is different from whatever notion I had in my head.

The usually slightly bitter cocoa notes get drowned out by the sugary crème, and I miss a bit of that balance that is undeniably perfect in the pink-clad Double Stuf. The epic amount of filling makes me realize how much I enjoy the Oreo’s dark chocolaty wafer, and I miss that bold flavor I usually get along with the still present crunch.

This reminds me of the idea that too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. Not that these are bad by any means, but they lack balance. I loved mashed potatoes and gravy, but I don’t want every bite of potato smothered in gravy, taking away from the nuance of the potato. I like a nice smear of mayonnaise on a sandwich, but I don’t want mayo dominating every other flavor in a nice composed sub.

The Most Stuf Oreo is a fun and whimsical junk food creation, but the ideal grocery cookie already exists, and that’s the tried and true Double Stuf Oreo, emanating perfection since 1974.

Purchased Price: 2/$3.00 (sale price)
Size: 13.4 oz.
Purchased at: RiteAid
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 cookie) 110 calories, 5 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 45 milligrams of cholesterol, 12 grams of carbohydrates, 0 grams of fiber, 11 grams of sugar, and 0 grams of protein.

15 thoughts to “REVIEW: Limited Edition Oreo The Most Stuf”

  1. we’ve hit the peak. The toppermost of the poppermost. Where do we go from here? We’ve spent so long searching for the most stuff, and we’ve hit it. What do we do now? The journey is finally over

  2. I eagerly await the release of Oreo’s next version, La Fin Absolute du Stuf, which will be a package with only three cookies: a wafer at each end of a row, with 6″ of creme in between.

  3. Does anyone else remember Oreo Big Stuf, with about 10x as much Stuf in a cookie that was about 4” in diameter? They came in 10-packs of individually-wrapped cookies, and they laugh at the idea that these tiny cookies have the most Stuf ever.

  4. Too bad they are only sold at Rite Aid, since every single store within a 100 mile radius of me has gone out of business. I guess if I want to try them it will result in having to spend $20 on Ebay to get a package.

  5. I wholeheartedly disagree, but I went into it with low hopes. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I love this. I think I like how much the creme flavor takes over. I only ate my allotted two, but I could easily eat at least 6 more.

  6. Went to walmart today and had a full shipper of them out at the front on the side after hittingup all my local rite-aid stores around town.

  7. I tried a bag. The big problem, I felt, was that the cream is so thick it squishes when you bite the cookie. After finishing one row, I tossed the rest in the fridge, and the chill not only firmed up the cream to the point that it felt like biting a regular Oreo, but it also helped bring out the taste a bit more.

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