My Guilty Pleasure

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Being a Mom is hard. Like cry in the shower hard- we’ve all done it. So how do we survive? I’m guilty of hiding treats where my kids can’t find them and as soon as my kids heads hit their pillows for naps, you better believe I’m reaching up on the fridge and pulling out something sweet. It helps give me a little escape from all the craziness I have going on and take a minute to just indulge myself. Oreonowthin

Have you tried OREO THINS? This week I went to Sam’s Club and bought their big box of OREO THINS to hide for myself. 35 packs of OREO THINS and they are all mine. 35 packs, and four per pack, mean I’ve got 140 delicious, crispy, cookies just waiting for me to sneak away and eat them and not share with any of my adorable cookie loving kids. They’re that good and I’m not going to mention how many of them are already eaten…

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I love them.

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They’re like little adorable, baby size OREOS. Who doesn’t love eating tiny things?

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Like I said, they help me keep my sanity, whether that’s by eating them or apparently making weird faces with them. I call that last picture Janis Joplin OREO THINS. Coming to an art museum near you 🙂 What fun is food if you can’t play with it a little? This is my Sam’s Club’s store’s stock of them. I’m thinking I should have an equally big stock at my house.

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Have you tried them yet? If not, get out there and get you some OREO THINS!

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15 comments on “My Guilty Pleasure

  1. Aren’t these being made in Mexico now? I won’t buy these since the owner of Oreos decided to take jobs away from Americans and move them to Mexico! Sorry, can’t support that move!

    1. They actually are going to continue being made in the US. Their Mexico factory has been open for years and produces the cookies sold to Latin and South America. They have factories all over the world selling to their local regions. Oreos are made in about five different factories right here in the states 🙂 There was a lot of confusing news articles surrounding all of it last year when they decided to expand their Mexico facilities, but they will be staying in the US.

    1. They actually are going to continue being made in the US. Their Mexico factory has been open for years and produces the cookies sold to Latin and South America. They have factories all over the world selling to their local regions. Oreos are made in about five different factories right here in the states 🙂 There was a lot of confusing news articles surrounding all of it last year when they decided to expand their Mexico facilities, but they will be staying in the US.

  2. Another U.S. company sold to a foreign company I believe Oreos now are going to be made in Mexico or China. You just have to read labels most of your stuff coming in food-wise is from China did you know that China makes 80% of our rice? lots of exported food coming in ~ beware of China’s food though it’s been said that they put small bits of plastic in their rice to bulk it up whether that’s true or not I’m not sure but check it out!

    1. They actually are going to continue being made in the US. Their Mexico factory has been open for years and produces the cookies sold to Latin and South America. Their China factory makes the cookies sold to all of central Asia and India. Oreos are made in about five different factories right here in the USA 🙂

  3. You should send this to Oreo or whoever makes them….Nabisco? Great idea for sales add. Now you got me wanting to go buy some to try, and I’m a grandma.

    1. They actually are going to continue being made in the US. Their Mexico factory has been open for years and produces the cookies sold to Latin and South America. They have factories all over the world selling to their local regions. Oreos are made in about five different factories right here in the states 🙂 There was a lot of confusing news articles surrounding all of it last year when they decided to expand their Mexico facilities, but they will be staying in the US.

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