Red, White and Blue Oreos Are Here Just in Time for the 4th of July

We can't get over how deliciously beautiful—and patriotic—these Red, White and Blue Oreos are!

The hits just keep coming with Oreo! With flavors like Tiramisu and innovations like the Brookie-O, we just can’t get enough of everyone’s favorite cookie. That’s just the tip of the Oreo iceberg, though.

Oreo’s red, white and blue patriotic Oreos are back, and they’re popping with a new update. And yep, they’re the perfect treat for the Fourth of July!

What’s in the Red, White and Blue Oreo?

These star-spangled Oreos came out last year, and are triple-stuffed with red, white and blue creme. Sure, the flag-themed creme might taste just like a regular Oreo, but it looks so deliciously patriotic. Plus, the creme is now embedded with popping candy for that extra kick!

They’re made for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which are taking place this year after being postponed due to the coronavirus in 2020, and have now been dubbed Team USA Oreos. The flag-colored Oreos are also coming out just in time for Independence Day, so you can support Team USA AND freedom!

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That’s not all—you can also get a matching pack of red, white and blue Chips Ahoy!, for all you chocolate-chip cookie lovers out there.

When Will They Be Available?

Both the red, white and blue Oreos and their Chips Ahoy! counterparts are available right now at Target for $3.59 and 2.69 respectively. And before you grab ’em, you need to know the right way to eat an Oreo.

If you want to celebrate the red, white and blue theme on your own, we have tri-colored desserts that will have you all set for the Olympics as well as 4th of July. From Red, White and Blue Berry Pie to Star-Spangled Parfaits, there are plenty of Uncle Sam-approved treats.

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