People.com Lifestyle Food Oreo Debuts Swedish Fish-Flavored Cookies Because Why Not By Ana Calderone Ana Calderone Instagram Ana Calderone is the Digital Food Editor for PEOPLE. In her nine years at the brand, she's appeared as a judge on Beat Bobby Flay, traveled on the road with the late Anthony Bourdain, and hosted cooking segments for the Food Network Kitchen app. When she's not leading PEOPLE's coverage of celebrity chefs and food news, she's often baking up cake content on TikTok @ana_calderone. People Editorial Guidelines Published on August 10, 2016 01:16 PM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Photo: Oreo Have you ever wished your favorite cookie would morph with your favorite chewy candy? Neither did we, but hey, that didn’t stop Oreo. A spokesperson for Nabisco confirmed to PEOPLE on Wednesday that Swedish Fish Oreos are in fact a very real thing. The only catch is the limited-edition pack is available exclusively at Kroger, an Ohio-based supermarket chain. The New Oreo Flavor Is the Cookie Mashup You’ve Been Waiting For The new cookie maintains its traditional crunchy, chocolate wafers but the flavored crème is where the Swedish Fish taste comes in. The bright red frosting is described “sticky, chewy” and even “slimy” by the food blog, The Impulsive Buy, who got their hands on a pack. And unlike some of the other crazy Oreo flavors Nabisco has rolled out, this one actually tastes just as you’d imagine it would. WATCH THIS: YouTube Star iJustine Whips Up a Steak ‘N Shake Oreo Mint Cookies ‘N Cream Milkshake! “It has potent, puckering pops of candied cherry and a slightly off-putting finish of waxy gelatin,” they wrote. We Tasted (and Graded) Every Crazy New Oreo Flavor If a Kroger location is a bit too far for your bait and tackle to reach, the latest creation to come out of the Oreo Wonder Vault is already going for as much as $12.50 on eBay. Just whatever you do, please don’t dip them in milk.