Moreos Prove That A Brilliant Child Still Lives Inside Of Us

Julie Gerstein | July 31, 2013 - 11:40 am

I think it’s really hard to keep up your childhood wonder and curiosity as you get older. Your priorities shift, you suddenly have to pay “rent” and “feed” yourself and “get a job.” You don’t have time to do awesome stuff, like create earth-shattering snack innovations. The Moreo, pictured above, is clearly the result of much thought and contemplation: What would improve the Oreo-eating experience and reflect our very human need to feel special and unique? It’s a simple concept: A not-actually-real-product derived by completely separating all the Oreo filling from its chocolate cookie shells. But it yields remarkable results. You’re able to custom design the Oreo of your dreams. Want five times the filling? Go crazy. Or, content to dunk your chocolate cookies in milk? Add peanut butter, and make yours double-decker? You can do that, too. Sure, there are Moreo detractors, like Tumblr user shslvalkyrie, who believes that “no human should have this much power,” but we beg to differ. Whatever your particular Oreo choices are, we respect that, and hope that you’ll have a Moreo of your own, very soon. [Food Beast]