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Where to Get Oreo Without Cream?

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Few things rival the pleasure of eating an Oreo cookie. The rich, creamy filling crammed between two chocolate wafers has been enticing people since its introduction over a century ago. However, some people love the cookie but aren’t appealed by the cream filling, and they end up scraping it off. So, are there Oreos without cream, and where can you get them?

Yes, there are Oreo wafers without cream and you can buy them on Amazon. Even though it doesn’t say that the wafers are original Oreo products, they have very similar taste and texture. Moreover, Oreo did commercialized baking crumbs made of wafers only.

To avoid the painstaking process of scraping off the cream, read on and learn more about Oreos without cream, where to get them, and other fun facts.

Where to Buy Just Oreo Wafers?

While Oreo doesn’t commercialize its cookies without the filling, there is a product that resembles the original cookie wafer. You can order the Nabisco Oreo wafer from Amazon here

Another way to eat only wafers is to buy Oreo Sticks ‘N’ Creme. In that package, you will find cookie sticks and cream separately. So, if you are not a fan of cream, just eat cookies and leave the cream inside the plastic dish. Order them here.

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If you need Oreo wafers for the cake, I have good news for you. You can make your Oreo cheesecake using Oreo crumbs, which you can order here.

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No Bake Oreo Cake (Without Cream Cheese) [Recipe]

Are Oreos Better Without the Cream?

While it might be delicious, the sweet, creamy filling could be the unhealthiest part of the Oreo. [1]

This is because the cream tastes artificial and is an unnecessary source of sugar. In fact, science suggests that the high-sugar and high fat in Oreos with the cream are flat-out addictive. Hence, Oreos without cream can be deemed healthier than those with cream.

If we look into the nutrition facts, the cookie with the filling has over 53 calories, 8.3 grams of carbs, 0.67 grams of protein, and 2.3 grams of fat. 

Conversely, Oreos without cream have 20 calories with 8 grams of carbs, 1 gram of fat, and 0 grams of protein. [2] Therefore, the calories in Oreo without cream can be broken down into 78% carbs, 22% fat, and 0% protein.

Typically, 32 sandwich cookies have 5 cups of sugar, of which three are in the filling. That means you consume over 2.5 oz. of sugar for every cookie. However, if you take two cookies without the filling, you’d lower your sugar intake by 1 oz. 

For every Oreo you eat without the filling, you’d have avoided 20 calories. But, if you usually eat the Double Stuf Oreos, you’d have avoided 50 calories since the Double Stuf contains 70 calories.

Moreover, you’d avoid the 2 grams of saturated fats if you eat cookies without the cream filling.


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Can You Buy Oreo Cream?

Oreo sells bags containing nothing but cream. However, the cream is sold only in big boxes consisting of six two-pounds bags. So, when you want to explore the possible uses of the cream, you’ll have to buy 12 pounds of it or find five other people who want a bag of Oreo cream. 

What Is the Cream Inside of the Oreo?

Oreo lists the ingredients on the package but doesn’t distinguish between cookie and filling. However, using simple deduction methods, the creamy goodness is a combination of sugar, soy lecithin, high fructose corn syrup, palm and/or canola oil, and artificial flavor. [3]

Surprisingly, the creamy filling isn’t milk-based. The FDA doesn’t allow commercial white frostings to be called cream if they have no cream at all. Hence, Oreo calls the white center “creme” instead of “cream.” 

There’s no mention of eggs in Oreo’s ingredients. However, since manufacturers aren’t required to label the potential cross-contamination (the statements are voluntary), it’s vital to be careful before indulging in Oreos.

Before diving into the nutritional details, please review our Nutritional Disclaimer page for important context and clarifications.

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