We are all in need of a little pick me up, especially after the year we've all had. Now Oreo's are going to cheer up everyone's breakfasts by launching their Oreo O's breakfast cereal. The perfect treat for Oreo fans everywhere.
With all the iconic features of the classic Oreo, if you're looking to treat yourself occasionally at breakfast time or for a tasty snack during the day, then this is the cereal for you. With crunchy cocoa 'O's and vanilla flavour discs, Oreo O's are inspired by all the characteristics that Oreos are best known for. So, if you're an Oreo fan, then it's safe to say this cereal is going to be just up your street.
To enjoy a bowlful of delight, simply pick your bowl and then pour your choice of cold milk over the Oreo O's.
You can even make the bowl a little more healthy by adding a spoonful of yogurt and fresh berries to go alongside your Oreo O's.
There are already so many Oreo flavoured versions of our favourite food, from chocolate bars to ice cream, why not add cereal into the mix.
A tasty twist on the average cereal and inspired by the iconic Oreo snack are available to buy now for only £3.99 at Asda, Morrisons and Dunne's, with many more retailers set to sell the cereal in 2021 too.
Whatever you have in store for the day ahead, whether it's working or studying from home, a socially distanced shopping trip or a walk around your local area, starting your morning with a bowl of Oreo O's will be sure to add a playful twist.
If you have a sweet tooth like us and are in the mood for more Oreo treats, Asda launched a strawberry cream-filled Oreo doughnut this year.
The sweet snack comprises a chocolate ring doughnut filled with strawberry-flavoured pink crème, topped with a sweet white icing and (of course) tiny Oreo cookie pieces that promise 'the perfect doughnut texture where soft dough meets crunchy biscuit.'
Who says breakfast has to be boring?
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