The Milka Oreo Big Crunch Bar and the Milka Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar are the newest products to come out of the cookie company

By Ana Calderone
Updated November 14, 2016 09:51 AM

Oreo has some seriously big news and no, it’s not another crazy new flavor: The cookie company is getting into the candy business.

In a collaboration with the European chocolate company, Milka, Oreo announced on Monday that the Milka Oreo Big Crunch Bar and the Milka Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar are the latest creations to hit shelves. Though similar products from the two companies have long been available overseas, the new chocolatey treats mark the first time the classic sandwich cookies will venture into the candy aisle in the United States.

The bigger of the two bars consists of one layer of the standard chocolate cookies sandwiched between two layers of vanilla creme filling (an inverted Oreo, you could say) and then covered in creamy Milka chocolate candy. At 10.5 oz. for $4.99, the oversized bar is made for sharing — though we don’t blame you if you want to hold on tight to your first bar; they really are as good as they sound.


The Big Crunch Bar will make it’s debut in limited quantities nationwide as soon as Monday before making a full distribution by January. Oreo fans will have to wait until the new year to get their hands on the second bar, though.

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Starting in January, the Milka Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar will be available in three sizes with a price tag ranging from $0.98 for the smallest to $1.79 for the largest. With cookie bits mixed into the creme and then coated in chocolate, it’s definitely more candy bar than cookie, unlike the Big Crunch Bar, while still satisfying your Oreo craving. But rest assured, both go swimmingly with a cold glass of milk.