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post #61 of 347
Thanks ,good to know !
post #62 of 347
I am curious what size of bag I should use to hold two oreos from the molds, back to back?? cuz i don't want it a tight fit, i am going to use royal icing to decorate it and i also don't want it to loose. any suggestions would be so helpful. TIA!! Have a sweet weekend everyone!! icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif
post #63 of 347
angelatx..
Did you see the very first post of this thread where lilybird talks about how she Packages her Oreos? sounds really pretty !
I sure wish Lily could post some pictures !LOL!!
Just kidding Lily, I have not seen you around much ! You must be busy baking ?
post #64 of 347
ok yeah... i am not sure what clear box she is talking about, maybe she will post a pic of one. Could you lilybird purdy pwease post a pic of how you packaged them up??? Have a great day everyone!!icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif Thnx fiddlesticks!
post #65 of 347
hey i found these. is this what she was talking about fiddlesticks?? and they have a bag that holds eight of them. i am going to leave the link, if it lets me.... http://www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/candymolds/M-oreos.htm

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post #66 of 347
oh man, it didn't let me but its at sugarshack. icon_confused.gif the lil clear boxes that lilybird talked about or something similar. hope i can post the name.... icon_smile.gif
post #67 of 347
A quick question...anybody else having trouble finding the banana cream Oreos? I've looked everywhere, but only found the banana cream "Cakesters". I'm totally bummed that I can't find these!
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post #68 of 347
i always hear everyone talking about different flavored oreos and i only have heard of the regular ones and the ones with choco in the middle, but never of any other flavors. gee that kinda bites! have a great day everyone!!! icon_biggrin.gif
post #69 of 347
OHH! I love the pb filled ones !!!
post #70 of 347
i went to the nabisco website and looked for other flavors and they don't even have them listed on there. well i will have to keep my eyes open for sure. pb huh? never had them. icon_sad.gif
post #71 of 347
They also have a mint filled.
post #72 of 347
angelatx,

I live in Texas too and have seen the orange and red filled oreos. I think the mint also. I haven't seen the other flavors but will sure be looking. I have got to try these. Also try the ritz crackers with pb in the middle then coated with chocolate. I have done these by hand but didn't know there was a mold.

To package them for a baby shower how about making a napkin diaper and inserting two cookies in each?

I just finished my DIL shower and wish I had known about these.
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post #73 of 347
hi hummingbird, yeah i have seen the mint ones also, but not any of the others ones. i am in west tx. where you are located at? i am in midland/odessa to be more precise. i have never heard of a "napkin diaper" do you have a pic of it? have a great day everyone!! icon_biggrin.gif
post #74 of 347
I've tried the mint, the strawberry shortcake, and the peanut butter. All have been very yummy! The strawberry ones were a limited run, and I haven't seen them lately. I also haven't tried the vanilla Oreos with the chocolate filling, but I would think they would be good dipped!

Has anyone tried adding flavored chips to the chocolate for dipping? I was wondering what raspberry chips or cinnamon chips would be like if mixed with the chocolate.
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post #75 of 347
I am in East Texas, small town between Lufkin & Beaumont. The "napkin diaper" is made from a cocktail size napkin folded to resemble a tri-fold diaper. (You may not be old enough to remember these.) Glue corners and glue on small safety pin. Plastic if you can find them. Some dip this in wax to seal completely but I didn't this time and they worked fine for mints. This picture isn't very good but there is a site that explains it better. I will pm it to you when I find it.
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