Oreo Pudding Poke Cake


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I'm pretty sure you guys love chocolate cakes, right? High five! Ok. So what about this, Oreos? Every day at school, I see Oreos. My friends are big fans of it. They could have a pack of Oreos in a day! But hey! What about this delicious recipe we have today: an Oreo pudding poke cake! A chocolate cake with Oreos on top! Oh. My Gosh. *heavy breathing* A combination of your favorites? Delicioso! But wait…have you ever wondered about Oreos? Well, you might want to know who is responsible for this delightful cookie! Well, if you want to know, I'm going to tell you a little about this sweetheart!

To start, Oreo, according to Wikipedia, is “sandwich cookie consisting of two chocolate wafers with a sweet creme filling in between”. In 1912, Nabisco, known previously as National Biscuit Company located in New York, is the one who first developed Oreos that is actually called Oreo biscuit. In 1921, it is renamed the “Oreo Sandwich” and in 1948, the “Oreo Crème Sandwich”. About the cookie’s design, the original one has a word “Oreo” in the center of it. However, in 1924, a new design is passed. The modern-day design by William A Turnier has the company’s logo in it. And did you know that lemon-filled Oreos were also available before? Ok, over 90 years ago, during the 1920’s. For the filling, the modern Oreo cookie filling is developed by Sam Porcello, Nabisco’s principal food scientist. He is also responsible for the dark chocolate and milk chocolate covered Oreos. Ladies and gentlemen, let us take a moment to appreciate and thank Mr Sam Porcello for his contributions in the development of our beloved Oreos. Thank you, Sir!

Now that you know a little bit about Oreos, why don't you try this Oreo pudding poke cake recipe? It would be a lovely snack to share with your family and friends!

Now it is time for you to enjoy! The link to the recipe is found on the "For the Love of Food" website below.


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