it means "nice bottom"
You are referring to 'gelatin'. The pork product that is found in many foods and sweets/candies. The answer is no, Oreo's do not contain gelatin, so they are safe for vegetarians.
At your local grocery store.
In Europe Oreos are not vegan as they contain whey.
In the US they are generally held to be vegan, but some sugar suppliers may refine their sugar with bone char.
Oreos are made out of a cookie and cream. It's not that healthy.
Halloween Oreos are 70 calories per cookie.
No, chocolate is toxic to dogs. If your dog has consumed any I suggest that you take hum to a vet as soon as possible. The consequences could be deathly.
It's not that they can't, its just that they shouldn't. Dogs shouldn't eat people food, and especially chocolate wouldn't be good for any dog! I'm sure if the dog only has a bit, it's fine, but don't attempt to give it to the dog. I'll know the dogs had some if he goes to the washroom in the house, or is kinda drowsy!
it may be 1077 kg/m3 or 964 kg/m3 according to the website oreos.us - however, the 1077 figure may have been underestimated due to depressions and round ends in the oreo and cream, while the 964 figure may have been overestimated due to water absorption by the cookie. Hooray! Now you have your answer.
Quite a long time (!), if you store an unopened package in a cool place - potentially many months. However, an opened package, at room temperature, stay edible for only days.
it's heavy not really it only1 mg
Yes, you can find Triple Double Oreos and other large varieties at your local supermarket.
16 wafer stix. Twin wrapped. 90 calories per pack. Sugar, Unbleached Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate [Vitamin B1], Riboflavin [Vitamin B2], Folic Acid), Hydrogenated Coconut and/or Hydrogenated Soybean and/or Peanut Oil, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Cornstarch, Defatted Soy Flour, Molasses, Malted Barley Flour, Salt, Vanillin - an Artificial Flavor, Caramel Color, Soy Lecithin. Contains: wheat, soy. Manufactured on equipment that processes milk and peanut.
New York City, New York, USA is where the first Oreo cookies were produced- in 1912.
No! Definitely not healthy!
250,000 miles to the moon x 1.6 = 400,000km to the moon
one Oreo is 1/2 inch high = 1.27cm
400,000km = 400,000,000,000cm
400,000,000,000/1.27 = 314960629921.25AnswerOnly one; you'll choke and turn into a ghost. And everybody knows ghosts can fly. AnswerIf the Oreo is laced with amphetamines, only one.
it takes 147089532,000000000000 Oreo to reach the moon
¼ cup milk
1 teaspoon hot fudge topping (at room temperature)
2 ½ cups vanilla ice cream
3 Oreo cookies
Add ¼ cup milk, 1 teaspoon hot fudge topping, 2 ½ cups vanilla ice cream, and 2 crumbled Oreo cookies to an electric blender. Blend at medium speed about a minute, or until all ingredients are combined and smooth. Do not overblend. Immediately pour blizzard mixture out into a dessert glass. Crumble 1 Oreo cookie over the top for garnish (and for eating!). Provide a long spoon and/or large-diameter straw, and serve immediately.
cooling them in the fridge for atleast 4 hours or 1.5-2 hours in the freezer
basically until the creame inside is frozen
In the book Slob, the person who steals Owens' oreo's is is sister Jeremy. ( Her girl name is Catlin). She does this so she can stay in G.W.A.B, a group of girls who act and dress like boys.
The National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) introduced the Oreo creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookie to the American public on March 6, 1912.
Oreo is a trademark for a popular sandwich http://www.answers.com/topic/cookie manufactured by the http://www.answers.com/topic/nabisco Corporation (National Biscuit Company). The current design consists of a sweet, white filling commonly referred to as 'cream' or 'creme', sandwiched between two circular http://www.answers.com/topic/chocolate http://www.answers.com/topic/wafer.
Not very common. It only happenes if there is a mess up with the constrution of the Cookie.
You're taking a perfectly vegan cookie and dipping it in an animal byproduct.
According to Nabiscoworld.com this cookie has been discontinued.
Actually, "Snack Pack" variety Swiss Cookies are STILL made by Nabisco for vending , and sold by the case online for around $49.99 (120 ct); Simply Google, then make room in your freezer!!