Oreo Just Released a New Treat That Is Out-Of-This Galaxy

It takes us to the dark (or light) side.



We love the traditional Oreos like anyone else but also really appreciate when the company brings out brand new delicious treats for us to try. Hello, Oreo Churro.

Now, its most recent collab is bringing us something brand new we haven’t seen before, and we’re ready for it.

Oreo Launches Special Edition Star Wars Cookie Packs

If you’re a fan of Star Wars and Oreos, you’re in luck. Oreos recently teamed up with Lucasfilm for a brand new collaboration featuring the Special Edition Star Wars Oreo Cookie Packs.

"Pairing two tremendously loved communities to launch the Star Wars Oreo Cookie Packs has been an amazing experience," Nicole Fischer, Senior Brand Manager, Oreo, U.S., said in a press release. "We hope fans see how much we loved bringing their favorite stories to life.”



What makes these new cookie treats really fun is the mystery behind them. There are two varieties offered—the “light side” and the “dark side”—but both come in the same exterior packaging so you won’t know what you have until you open the pack. You’ll know which side you’re on thanks to these treats showcasing either an all-dark side or an all-light side character directly on the cookie. Think Darth Vader, Darth Maul, or a stormtrooper for the dark side pack, and Luke Skywalker, Yoda, or Princess Leia for the light side, to name a few. There are 20 characters featured in total.

No matter what variety or which character you receive, you’ll still enjoy Oreo cookies that are made with the beloved treat's signature creme in red or blue, depending on if you're on the dark or light side, respectively. The creme is infused with what the company calls “kyber,” or a type of sugar crystal inspired by the Lightsaber.

Starting on May 30, you can nab these new Oreo Cookie Packs exclusively online. Later, on June 10, you can find them at retailers nationwide for a limited time while supplies last. While you're at it, grab a jug of blue Star Wars milk to dunk them in.

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