You Can Finally Create Your Own Oreo Flavor
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You Can Finally Create Your Own Oreo Flavor

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You Can Finally Create Your Own Oreo Flavor
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Dessert lovers and cookie monsters rejoice because Oreo wants YOU to come up with its next great flavor. Kicking off the first ever My Oreo Creation Contest, anyone over the age of 18 can submit their very own Oreo flavor via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #MyOreoCreation and #Contest.

You can also submit your flavor via text by sending your idea to 59526. Additionally, on May 25 their official My Oreo Creation Website will allow you to register and submit your greatest flavor ideas.

There are several rules and regulations, but it doesn't get much easier than tweeting your ideal Oreo flavor, my friends. Just don't be that person that submits a flavor that is currently available or has been produced in the past. (That's not allowed anyways.) Do yourself a favor and take a look at the present and past oreo flavors.

And just a heads up, here are some flavors that have just hit the shelves or haven't yet become available but are set to be produced within a year:

1. Fireworks/Popping Candy (available)

2. Dunkin Donuts Mocha (available)

3. Fireworks (available)

4. Waffles and Syrup (available)

5. Mississippi Mud Pie (available)

6. Jelly Donut (coming soon)

7. Apple Pie (coming soon)

8. Blueberry Pie (this is the second time it's been released as a limited edition summer flavor)

Since opening the contest in early May, some seriously stellar flavors have been submitted. Some of my favorites are PB&J, cookie butter, Butterfinger and hot fudge sundae. I, myself, have submitted coconut cream pie, Nutella and seven layer bar via Twitter.

The competition is open until July 14 and Oreo urges people to get creative with their flavors and attach pictures to their social media posts.

So what are you waiting for people? This is your chance to finally reach celebrity status (not really) and to tweet as much as our president (really).

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