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Oreo Candy Canes Are Here To Make Your Holidays A Lot Sweeter

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I don't think I've ever met anyone who doesn't like Oreo cookies. They're not only delicious on their own, but the chocolate and creme-filled biscuits are perfect for dunking into milk, making them the ultimate comfort snack.

Being the most beloved cookie means that it was only a matter of time until Oreo became a part of your regular holiday treat assortment.

Last month, Nabisco, the company that makes Oreo, announced that they've come out with a brand new Peppermint Bark flavor just in time for the holiday season.

Shortly after, a new Oreo "Ultimate Dunking Set" started popping up on store shelves.

The kit includes a mug with an attached cookie holster and small tongs to dunk the cookie into the milk without getting your fingers wet.

Now, Nabisco is really hitting the ball out of the park with another Christmas-inspired novelty treat.  

The popular cookie company has re-released Oreo Candy Canes in their signature black and white coloring.

When the candy canes were first released in 2017, they flew off the shelves so it only made sense to bring them back.

Sure, they may not look traditional, but they're definitely much more appealing than the pickle candy canes that everyone has been talking about over the last few weeks.

Candy Hunting, a junk food Instagram account, first broke the news that the special candy canes would be available again this Christmas season, but we were all forced to eagerly wait for five months before we could purchase them.

Since they're part of a limited-edition release, you'll want to scoop them up before they're sold out. They're currently available at major stores like Walmart and online on Amazon.

You can get a 2-Pack of 12 Oreo Flavored Candy Canes for just $9.67 on Amazon.

Are you excited to try the Oreo Candy Canes?

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