Lika'Oreo Sweet Cheeza
02 July

Dreaming of Oreo’s

Lika’Oreo Cheeza Pleeza is a sweet desert cheese or fruit dip that has a cheese cake consistency and richness. Crunchy chocolate cookie pieces in a mound of vanilla sweet cheese spread that is like “heaven on a spoon.” We love Oreos and the “cookies and cream” flavor so when someone asked us if we could […]

Lika’Oreo Cheeza Pleeza is a sweet desert cheese or fruit dip that has a cheese cake consistency and richness. Crunchy chocolate cookie pieces in a mound of vanilla sweet cheese spread that is like “heaven on a spoon.”

We love Oreos and the “cookies and cream” flavor so when someone asked us if we could make a Cheeza that tasted lika’Oreo we said of course!  After extensive sampling with friends and the staff, we found the perfect balance of cream cheese, chocolate cookies, and sweet cream cheese. Every container of 8-ounce yumminess has 4-5 cookies crushed into the vanilla sweet cheese mix.

There’s no question that Oreo fans – young, old and dedicated – will smile when they taste it. After all, Tasting is believing!

How do I eat Lika’Oreo Cheeza?

People often ask, “What do I serve Lika’ Orea with?” – and we say whatever you want. Some moms serve it with sliced apples, pears, carrots and celery for an afternoon snack.

For breakfast, try Lika’Oreo on toast, bagels or waffles. After all it has protein and less sugar than jelly or syrup. For entertaining why not include Lika’Oreo on a cheese platter as sweet compliment or taste of desert.  For late night snacking we recommend just get a spoon and serve yourself a late night bite of desert. (We know this from personal experience that is s fairly guilt free as long as you stop after 2 spoonful’s.)

We’d love to see how you are eating Lika’Oreo or any other Cheeza Pleeza Product.

OREO – World’s Favorite Cookie 

 The Oreo and “Cookies and Cream” flavor is everywhere. You can find it in cookies, bite size pieces, ice cream, candy, milk shakes, pudding, yogurt, cheese cake, pastries and more. The flavor of these chocolate and vanilla sandwich cream cookies is a universal. It is believed that Nabisco’s Oreo may be the best-selling cookie of all time with over 450 billion sold and loved by millions worldwide. 

Every nation has their own versions of Oreo products. There dozens of Oreo flavors and every nation has its signature time. Yes, there are even Blueberry and Wasabi Oreos.

When you think about it, Oreos are actually one thing that every nation can agree on. Perhaps the UN should consider starting all meetings with a Milk and Oreo snack to help improve global negotiations. And as long as we agree of it’s importance then it might be wise to include Oreo’s in all space launches, in case we need to give Alien visitors something that represents the food of our world.

The Oreo heritage is a bit dubious.

It is reported that the first Oreo was sold to a grocer in Hoboken, New Jersey in March of 1912.

“In 1912, Nabisco had an idea for a new cookie, though it wasn’t exactly its own—two chocolate disks with a creme filling in between had been done already by the Sunshine Biscuits company in 1908, which called the cookie Hydrox. While Nabisco has never named Hydrox as its inspiration, the Oreo cookie invented four years after the world was introduced to Hydrox closely resembled the biscuit that preceded it: two decorated chocolate discs with white creme sandwiched between them.

Despite its potentially suspicious origination, the Oreo made a name for itself and quickly surpassed the popularity of its competitor. Nabisco made sure to file for a trademark on the new cookie soon after its creation on March 14, 1912. The request was granted on August 12, 1913.

“Rosenberg, Jennifer. “A History of the Oreo Cookie.” ThoughtCo, Feb. 11, 2020, thoughtco.com/history-of-the-oreo-cookie-1779206.

Regardless of the history and origins, we love the flavor and crunch of chocolate cookies, rich cream in a sweet cream cheeza base. We hope that you will enjoy the chocolate and vanilla combination in this and all Cheeza Pleeza products.

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