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How many Oreos are too many? Is it 25? I’d like it to be more than 25.

Duke 8 July 5

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One is too many! Just say NO! ?

You beat me to it, Bee. It's really an individual thing, isn't it? I can't eat those things anymore.

@Condor5, I love them I just refrain. I don't buy any sweets, if I don't have them, I can't eat them. But unfortunately this summer staying with family, they do buy lots of sweets. So my willpower is constantly tested.

@BeeHappy I get it, believe me.

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I never buy them but I had an interesting treat with an Oreo center at Summerfest. Was pretty tasty. Here is the description.

Deep Fried Double Stuffed Oreo S’mores Ice Cream Sundae
Cedar Crest Premium Vanilla Ice Cream surrounded by a trio of sweet vanilla corn flake
dunked deep fried Oreos drizzled with chocolate sauce and topped with marshmallow
fluff and graham cracker crumbles.

That sounds so decadently delicious I need 6 units of insulin just from reading the ingredients?

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There is no such thing as too many Oreos.

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OK ! make it 26 !

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Too many Oreos? What sort of blasphemy is that? There are never enough Oreos. And not those Sunshine Hydrox crap, I want real Oreos.

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I won't buy cookies or candy. Where I live there's too many hills, I could roll down, but I wouldn't be able to roll up. People are very lucky that live on level ground.

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I have intensely disliked Oreos, whether whole, separated, or dunked, since a child...so 1 is too many for me. Hey, more for you!

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the answer is always 1 more than however many you have left.

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LOL!!!

I would too!

On the rare occasion I have them (Lemon Oreos are the best!) in the house, I limit myself to 3-4 per day.

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When you run out of milk.

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If I am hypoglycemic, I might have two. Otherwise, a diabetic should have none.

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I think even one is too many. There is no nutritional value in those at all, just "empty calories" from a variety of chemicals, which happen to be edible.

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