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Cinnamon Bun Oreos debut while a once limited time flavor returns


There’s a new kind of Oreo on the block. To the delight of cookie lovers, Cinnamon Bun Oreos hit the shelves Monday.

They consist of a cinnamon bun-flavored cream nestled between a pair of cinnamon cookies. They’re designed to have a “fresh-from-the-oven” taste and cost $4.49, according to Eater.

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The cookies appeared on shelves alongside a much-loved, limited time flavor that is making its comeback: red velvet. The flavors were added to Oreo’s regular line-up as part of the company’s “Open Up with Oreo” campaign, which encourages people to “open up to new people as well as new flavors.”

The brand plans to release another, as-yet unidentified flavor in February.



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