I’ll love you forever if you sign me up for the Oreo Cookie Club and pay $240 a year for me to receive an Oreo subscription box with two boxes of flavored Oreos, an Oreo-related “surprise gift”, and a recipe card. I kid you not, this is a thing. And you can subscribe on Amazon if you’re tired of reading of my beauty subscription box reviews and just want something to freaking eat.
If you’re like me and haven’t walked into a grocery store in awhile (Peapod is nice sometimes), then you may not know that there are actually tons of Oreo flavors. Hot cocoa, Waffles & syrup, chocolate hazelnut, banana split, candy corn, fruit punch, limeade, watermelon, the list goes on. Apparently Oreo has turned similar to the Goldfish brand, where they want to combine with every flavor that’s ever existed. & here’s a spoiler: in your box, you won’t be getting some kind of regular Oreo. You will get a specialty flavor that has likely not yet been on the market. This puts you at risk to receive the new red hot spicy Oreo cookie.
It is mind blowing to me that people are paying $20/month to receive basically two boxes of Oreo’s ($5 value) so I guess you’re paying quite a lot for that secret recipe.
This whole Oreo subscription box thing has really opened up my mind to a whole new world of innovation. Thoughts of starting a bacon subscription box have crossed my mind, where one could potentially receive packs of flavored bacon. Maybe I’ll experiment with cinnamon twist bacon or possibly cheddar jack bacon. The list could go on, and then I could net $15/month by having a secret bacon recipe card. You can’t knock it now that you’ve heard of the Cookie Club.
I don’t mean to rat on this new box; this would probably be an easy gift idea for some dessert enthusiast and you can buy one here, but I think this it’s a sure sign to me that it’s time for a break from subscription box posts.