Class of KidsPost: Fourth-graders at Breakthrough Montessori
Placeholder while article actions loadSindy Rodriguez’s fourth-graders at Breakthrough Montessori Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., are the April Class of KidsPost. Rodriguez’s 15 students, most of whom are posing above with class pet Oreo the bunny, are known as the Locust Tree class. Choose your plan ArrowRight We plan to feature one class in grades two through seven each month of the school year. Classes chosen receive a KidsPost Chesapeake Bay poster or Journey to Space poster, a KidsPost pencil for each student and a selection of books. Favorite author and favorite book: Rick Riordan is the only author to receive more than one vote from this well-read class.washingtonpost.com
Daywatch: Pritzker expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility, CPS reopens after union fight and Paczki Day is coming
Paczki Day will be different this year — just like everything else. Oh, there will still be myriad flavors, natch, from traditional (strawberry, custard, cherry) to creative (cannoli, bananas Foster and raspberry hibiscus, with Oreo coming on as the go-to). And there will be lines and waits. Here’s everything you need to know to secure the once-a-year fried dough, jelly-filled indulgence.chicagotribune.com
Oreo announces new limited-edition flavor that combines brownie, cookie dough and creme
Milk’s favorite cookie decided to ring in the new year with a new cookie creation, combining all your favorite decadent desserts. Oreo announced on its social media Tuesday that it will release “Brookie-O” cookies, the newest limited-edition flavor for 2021. Three layers of creme are better than one 👏 Say hi to Brookie-O, our newest limited-edition flavor with brownie, original creme, and cookie dough! pic.twitter.com/a72xQMWChB — OREO Cookie (@Oreo) December 29, 2020The cookie brings all the components of a traditional “brookie” (chocolate chip cookies and brownies) to an Oreo cookie. The “Brookie-O” will consist of three layers of creme with brownie, original creme and cookie dough.
Oreo is giving away 10,000 packs of rainbow cookies. Here’s how to get yours
We’re PROUD to announce the first-ever Rainbow OREO Cookies made in honor of our partnership with @PFLAG 🏳️🌈 Join our #ProudParent campaign and you could snag a pack of Rainbow OREO Cookies! pic.twitter.com/Sg5U6Q7sTb — OREO Cookie (@Oreo) October 9, 2020These rainbow Oreo cookies could be yours, here’s how the company said you can get the cookies:“Join OUR #ProudParent campaign and share a photo of what allyship means to you. Don’t forget to follow @OREO too.”Here’s how:1️⃣ Join OUR #ProudParent campaign and share a photo of what allyship means to you. Don’t forget to follow @OREO too. — OREO Cookie (@Oreo) October 9, 2020According to the company, 10,000 “rewards” will be made available to participants throughout the contest, which ends Oct. 31 or when all of the rewards are claimed.
Oreo presents the Holiday Chocolate Cookie House kit
WGRZOreo saw the classic gingerbread house and raised it the Holiday Chocolate Cookie House Kit. This upgraded kit gives you another option to work with when having edible house-building competitions this holiday season. You can buy the kit at Big Lots. It has everything you need to build and decorate your very own OREO holiday chocolate cookie house:Pre-baked chocolate cookie piecesPre-made icingOREO cookiesOREO mini cookiesFruity gummiesCandy jewelsIf that's not enough, feel free to add other candy and goodies to make your house unique. You might want to start thinking about getting one - there are only 10 weeks until Christmas!
The smart cookie who guesses Oreo's new mystery flavor wins $50,000
Oreo's new mystery flavor looks exactly like the classic cookie but has a secret mystery cream inside. The winner who guesses the flavor correctly could win $50,000! The mystery flavor hits stores Monday, September 16. Once you make your guess, you can enter it on Oreo's website. ' The mystery flavor in 2017 was "fruity pebbles."
Outsourcing the Oreo
With Donald Trump's mention of the Nabisco plant that makes Oreo cookies moving to Mexico, "America's cookie" and its maker find themselves at the heart of a politcal issue. Dean Reynolds reports on why the factory is sending 600 jobs down south, and how those getting laid off feel about it.cbsnews.com