SPOTTED: Fudge Covered Nutter Butter and Oreo Cookies

Fudge Covered Nutter Butter Cookies

Fudge Covered Oreo Cookies

It brings tears of joy to my eyes to see Nutter Butter get some love from Nabisco. It’s been neglected for so long. I’m happy for you, Nutter Butter. (Spotted by @TheJoshCatlett at Schnucks.)

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5 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Fudge Covered Nutter Butter and Oreo Cookies”

  1. I gained almost 7 pounds going through a box of the Oreo’s in a couple days back in the day (when I wasn’t working).

  2. Both were underwhelming IMO. The Fudge coating is waxy and lacks flavor. The White Chocolate coated are still the best they offer.

  3. I’m also glad to see Nutter Butters getting some attention. Personally, I’d love to see Double Stuf Nutter Butters one day. A white chocolate version would also be great!

    1. Double Stuffed Nutter Butter??? HOW DOES THAT NOT EXIST ALREADY????…I mean we already know that they would taste awesome since I don’t think anybody has ever had two Nutter Butters and didn’t make their own Double Stuffed version.

  4. I LOVE Nutter Butter so yeah had to test these out. I was very unimpressed. The Nutter Butter flavor is not there and it seems like there’s less filling, or maybe i couldn’t taste it. Chocolate covering did nothing but cover the peanut butter flavor. Really not that tasty, kind of blah. Also they’re round not the awesome peanut shape we have grown up on. Couldn’t just coat a regular one with chocolate? Hhhmm…

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