Growing up in my house sweets and treats were always abundant. My Mom kept a constant supply of ice cream on hand as well as several other treats. When a sweets craving hit, you never had to go much further than the pantry.
Last week OREO celebrated their 100 birthday. Of course, I had to go buy one (or 3) package to celebrate in style. My children's faces lit up when I came home with Double Stuff, Triple Double and Birthday OREO cookies!
As far back as my memory goes, I remember eating OREO cookies. I remember sitting on the back porch at my Grandma's house. We had just finished swimming and I was settled in with a glass of milk and a stack of OREO cookies. I was never really a twister like so many people are. I loved to dunk until they became soft, then pop the whole thing in my mouth, experiencing an explosion of chocolate, cream and milk.
Eating an OREO was something special, something not everyday for me. Despite the large abundance of sweets in my house, my Mom was a cookie baker, so she didn't buy them that often. This made them even more of a treat and therefore, made more of a lasting memory for me.
OREO is celebrating its 100th Birthday by encouraging all of us to take a moment to slow down, and celebrate the kid inside. Celebrate with us for a chance to win $200! Simply follow these two steps to enter:
1. Add your photo or video to the OREO Moments Gallery
2. Come back & reply below describing your photo or video, and tell us about your earliest OREO memory
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