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The History Of Oreo and a easy recipe
Transcript of The History Of Oreo and a easy recipe
and a easy recipe
By: Jonathan S.
Oreo brand cookies were introduced to the American public by the National Biscuit Company (now Nabisco) on March 6, 1912
On April 2, 1912, the National Biscuit Company operations department announced to its managers and sales agents that it was ''preparing to offer to the trade'', three entirely new varieties of the highest class biscuit in a new style
The first oreo - Mother Goose Biscuit--a rich, high class biscuit bearing impressions of the Mother Goose legends at 20 cents per pound.
The Second - Veronese Biscuit--delicious, hard sweet biscuit of beautiful design and high quality at 20 cents per pound. This Trio is an exciting innovation, ''we are quite sure it will immediately appeal to public favor''.
The third - Oreo, was evidently just the kind of cookie the American consuming public wanted. the Oreo consisted of two firm chocolate cookies with rich vanilla frosting in the middle. The first Oreos were slightly larger than today's product, but always round. Within a short time Oreo became a fantastically good seller among National Biscuit Company sweet goods...
THE RECIPE: Oreo Truffles
1 (16 ounce) package Oreo cookies, crushed
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
1 (24 ounce) package chocolate bark