Happy 106th Birthday, Oreo! You don't like a day over 100. 

Every morning when I come into the studio, I say good morning to Alexa on my Echo Dot so that she gives me a fun fact.  Today's fun fact? This day in in 1912, Oreos debuted in stores for the first time.  From their inception to present day, over 480 billion of the iconic sandwich cookies have been sold across the globe.  If placed end to end, that's enough cookies to make to to the moon and back five times!

To celebrate the cookie's big day, Oreo is giving away 1 million of their new Oreo Big Crunch Bar creations.  It's a partnership between Oreo and chocolatier, Milka. If you're one of the first 1 million people to register, you can expect one to show up in your mailbox around March 16.

I don't know how many are left, but I figured "why not?" If you want to try and register for your free Oreo candy bar click HERE. 

Miss out on being one of the first million? Why not eat your feelings by having one of these amazing Oreo desserts right here in the Treasure Valley?  They're not free, but they sure are irresistible. Take all of our money.

  • Muddy Ice Cream Cupcake

    The RAM, Boise and Meridian

    Kona coffee ice cream and Cookies ‘n Cream ice cream served in an Oreo cookie crumb shell

  • Oreo Dream Extreme Cheesecake

    The Cheesecake Factory, Boise

    OREO Cookies baked in The Cheesecake Factory's creamy Cheesecake with layers of fudge cake and OREO Cookie mousse. Topped with a milk chocolate icing.

  • Oreo Dessert Pizza

    Pizza Pie Cafe, Boise

    Cream Cheese Frosting with Oreo Crumbs & drizzled with delicious caramel

  • Oreo Overload

    Cold Stone Creamery, Multiple Treasure Valley Locations

    This is one of Cold Stone's "signature creations." It’s just like dipping an OREO in milk. Except with added chocolate chips and fudge and sold in a cone bowl!

  • Cookie Shaker

    Elmer's, Boise

    Located on the kids menu, even adults will love the Elmer's twist on the classic Oreo milkshake