Oreos Birthday Lunch and a Memory for Muffin Tin Monday

Oreo are turning 100 this year.In honor of their birthday I created a birthday lunch. I made it at night while JDaniel was asleep and he found it first thing in the morning.

He decided we needed to celebrate Oreo birthday over breakfast. I decided a ham and cheese sandwich with cookies and fruit wouldn’t make a bad breakfast.

Oreo are great all during the day.

My sisters and I played a lot outside when we were little. The house that we lived in when we were really small had a big backyard. While we played there a lot, my mom also took us to local parks a lot too. Sometimes we headed out in the morning and other times in the afternoon. It probably depended on when she needed a change.

She would usually bring a snack for us to have during our outting. I remember enjoying getting to enjoy Oreo when she bought them as our snack. We didn’t get cookies often and so Oreo were a treat.

Recently JDaniel and I went with friends to explore local science center and park and brought the some of the Spring Oreo with us to have for dessert after lunch!

Both children loved getting to have Oreo as a special treat just as I did when I was little.

It looks like they are starting their own Oreo memories.

Have fun writing about your earliest OREO memory! Remember that this is a four-month campaign that will follow moments and memories from childhood to adulthood, so start with a young memory and then we will move up from there.

OREO is celebrating its 100th Birthday by encouraging all of us to take a moment to slow down, and celebrate the kid inside. Celebrate with us for a chance to win $200! Simply follow these two steps to enter:

1. Add your photo or video to the OREO Moments Gallery

2. Come back and reply below describing your photo or video, and tell us about your earliest OREO memory

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Oreo. The opinions and text are all mine. Official Sweepstakes Rules.


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