- 52 kcal per serving (1 cookie).
Country of Origin
|Typical Values||100 g||1 Biscuit (11 g)||%* / 1 Biscuit (11 g)|
|Energy||1983 kJ||218 kJ|
|473 kcal||52 kcal||3 %|
|Fat||20 g||2.2 g||3 %|
|of which saturates||5.4 g||0.6 g||3 %|
|Carbohydrate||67 g||7.3 g||3 %|
|of which sugars||35 g||3.9 g||4 %|
|Fibre||3.8 g||0.4 g||-|
|Protein||5.6 g||0.6 g||1 %|
|Salt||0.73 g||0.08 g||1 %|
|* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (24)
OK but not the best Oreo variant
Didn't personally find these any real different to the standard Oreos, the Birthday Party ones are the best of the bunch i think so long as you have a sweet tooth
This is my favourite Oreo flavour, so chocolatey but not too decadent with that Oreo crispiness.
These are tasty - a little bit like a bourbon in flavour. Wouldnt buy at full price but nice as a treat when on offer.
not nice at all
disgusting. Tastes like what I imagine mouldy coffee would taste like
Not Fudgeos, 1/10, would not cookie again. But in all seriousness, they’re ok, it’s just chocolate cream instead of vanilla, pretty much same as normal Oreos. Uk version seems incredibly fragile compared to Oreos from home, but maybe they changed the recipe for ingredient reasons. Do not buy expecting Fudgeos though.
These are our firm favourite flavour from the Oreo range. Its slightly embarrassing how quickly we can demolish a packet.