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Oreo spread is now a thing, which is good isn’t it

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Emily Reynolds
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Ever eaten a biscuit and thought: “this would be better if only I didn’t have to chew? If I could just swallow this biscuit whole, saving precious calories and not moving my jaw or face at all?”

Well, you’re in luck, because there’s an Oreo spread now. Layers of chocolate ganache are “infused” with Oreos, all in spreadable, Nutella-esque form.

The spread was created with Oreo by Dominique Ansel – also responsible for the glorious/overhyped (delete as applicable) cronut – to promote a new social media contest aiming to discover people’s Oreo-themed product ideas.

Looks alright, doesn't it

According to Oreo, the spread is meant to be used on crepes or biscuits, but, let’s be real, it’s just going to be eaten out of the jar with a spoon. That’s it.

Sadly, the spread is only available at the Dominique Ansel Bakery, New York, where you presumably aren’t. The spread itself is free, though, so if you fancy getting a plane ticket there, it’ll only cost you about £500. Bargain.