You can now buy peanut butter pie Oreos

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While jelly may be the perfect accompaniment to peanut butter, I will forever argue that chocolate is a close second. OK, maybe chocolate actually is the best because while there are some things you can make with peanut butter and jelly, you can get your peanut butter and chocolate fix in everything from candy and cereal to doughnuts and, of course, pie.

If you’ve never had peanut butter pie, I politely suggest you make one ASAP. Or you can just head to the store for some Oreos because the sandwich cookie company has already done the hard work with its newest flavor: chocolate peanut butter pie!


The latest flavor creation is already in stores and features a graham flavored cookie with a cream center that is a combination of peanut butter and chocolate — just like biting into a slice of delicious chocolate peanut butter pie.

The flavor combo isn’t totally new for Oreo, as there are currently peanut butter Oreos that feature the usual chocolate sandwich cookies with peanut butter filling. Sadly, if you actually do love peanut butter and jelly more than peanut butter and chocolate, Oreo used to make those, too, but it looks like they’re currently unavailable.


Will you be trying the new peanut butter pie Oreos?

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