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Calories in Every Type of Oreo Cookie

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Oreo Cookies are one of the best cookies out there.

With crunchy chocolate cookies and a delicious cream filling, there’s really no better combination out there.

Since they’re so delicious, it’s not uncommon to polish off a bunch of Oreo cookies in one sitting. There’s nothing particularly wrong with that (we believe every food is totally fine in moderation around here) but those calories can add up pretty quickly.

If you’ve ever wondered how many calories are in Oreo cookies, I’ll break down every type of Oreo out there on the market for you to see the differences.

I’ll list the nutrition facts for a single cookie, but since serving sizes may vary, I will also list the nutrition facts you can expect to find on the packages.

Fun fact: When I was going to write this post, I typed “calories in Oreos” and it didn’t look quite right. I’ve come to find out that the plural of Oreo is still just Oreo. It seems like they can be used interchangeably, but “Oreos” is not used very much, if at all… the more you know!

Calories in Every Type of Oreo

 

Can you eat Oreo cookies while dieting?

If you’re reading this post, clearly you are someone who cares about your calorie consumption in some capacity.

And as you probably know, calories are the driving force behind managing your weight (being in a calorie deficit leads to weight loss, and being in a calorie surplus leads to weight gain).

Many people wonder if they can eat Oreo cookies or other treats that are not considered particularly healthy while dieting.

Let me put your mind at ease: you can 100% enjoy Oreo cookies while dieting!

As long as you keep your calories in-check and don’t go overboard, no single food will ever be off-limits. Are Oreo cookies healthy? By most definitions of the word, no, they’re not. But that doesn’t mean they cannot be enjoyed!

Enjoying some Oreo cookies will never de-rail your progress.

But if you’re truly concerned and you do want a healthy, high-protein version, check out my Protein Oreo recipe that will blow your mind.

 

Ingredients in Oreo cookies

We’re going to explore the general nutrition of each type of Oreo cookie, and we won’t dive into the specific ingredients for each.

However, knowing the ingredients of what you are consuming is also very helpful, so here are the ingredients for an original Oreo cookie:

Unbleached Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate {Vitamin B1), Riboflavin {Vitamin B2}, Folic Acid), Sugar, Palm and/or Canola Oil, Cocoa Powder (Processed with Alkali), High Fructose Corn Syrup, Leavening (Baking Soda and/or Calcium Phosphate), Salt, Soy Lecithin, Chocolate, Artificial Flavor.

Note: many people are afraid to consume high fructose corn syrup, but my motto is that any ingredient will always be okay in moderation. Even if it is not an ideal ingredient, the amount you are consuming from eating the occasional Oreo snack is totally acceptable!

 

Calories in every type of Oreo cookie

We’re going to look at the calories (and full nutrition facts) for each type of Oreo out there. In addition to listing the nutrition facts that you’ll find on the package, we’ll also list the nutrition facts and calories for a single cookie to make the comparison as straightforward as possible.

A quick note on fat content: Oreo cookies will contain a small amount of saturated fat in each cookie, but they do not contain any trans fat. I have listed total fat for each cookie rather than differentiating the types.

 

Original Oreo

Oreo Cookies

1 Cookie: 55 Calories | 2.5g Fat | 8.5g Carbs | 4.5g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (3 Cookies): 160 Calories | 7g Fat | 25g Carbs | 14g Sugar | 1g Protein

 

Double Stuf Oreo

Double Stuf Oreo

1 Cookie: 70 Calories | 3.5g Fat | 10.5g Carbs | 6.5g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (2 Cookies): 140 Calories | 7g Fat | 21g Carbs | 13g Sugar | <1g Protein

 

Mega Stuf Oreo

Mega Stuf Oreo

1 Cookie: 90 Calories | 4.5g Fat | 12.5g Carbs | 8.5g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (2 Cookies): 180 Calories | 9g Fat | 25g Carbs | 17g Sugar | <1g Protein

 

Golden Oreo

Golden Oreo

1 Cookie: 55 Calories | 2.5g Fat | 8.5g Carbs | 4.5g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (3 Cookies): 170 Calories | 7g Fat | 25g Carbs | 12g Sugar | 1g Protein

 

Double Stuf Golden Oreo

Double Stuf Golden Oreo

1 Cookie: 75 Calories | 3.5g Fat | 10.5g Carbs | 6g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (2 Cookies): 150 Calories | 7g Fat | 21g Carbs | 12g Sugar | <1g Protein

 

Flavored (Limited Edition) Oreo

Flavored Oreo

Most of the various flavored Oreo cookies will have identical nutrition information. Whether it’s Mint Oreo, Cookie Dough, Carrot Cake, or any other flavor, you’ll find the nutrition to be the same (give or take 1 or 2 grams of total carbohydrates).

Note: A regular Oreo cookie will have a serving size of 3 cookies, but each flavored Oreo cookie has a serving size that is only 2 cookies.

1 Cookie: 70 Calories | 3.5g Fat | 10.5g Carbs | 6.5g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (2 Cookies): 140 Calories | 7g Fat | 21g Carbs | 13g Sugar | <1g Protein

 

Gluten-Free Oreo

Gluten-Free Oreo

The nutrition of a gluten-free Oreo cookie is the same as an original Oreo. The only difference here is that instead of wheat flour, the gluten-free Oreo uses white rice flour, tapioca starch, and whole oat flour.

1 Cookie: 55 Calories | 2.5g Fat | 8.5g Carbs | 4.5g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (3 Cookies): 160 Calories | 7g Fat | 25g Carbs | 14g Sugar | 1g Protein

 

Oreo Thins

Oreo Thins

Due to the smaller cookie size, Oreo Thins have the largest quantity serving size of any Oreo variety.

1 Cookie: 35 Calories | 1.5g Fat | 5.25g Carbs | 3g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (4 Cookies): 140 Calories | 6g Fat | 21g Carbs | 12g Sugar | 1g Protein

 

Extra Stuf Oreo Thins

Extra Stuf Oreo Thins

Due to the smaller cookie size, Oreo Thins have the largest quantity serving size of any Oreo variety.

1 Cookie: 45 Calories | 2g Fat | 6.5g Carbs | 4g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (3 Cookies): 130 Calories | 6g Fat | 19g Carbs | 12g Sugar | <1g Protein

 

Golden Oreo Thins

Golden Oreo Thins

1 Cookie: 35 Calories | 1.5g Fat | 5.25g Carbs | 3g Sugar | 0g Protein

1 Serving (4 Cookies): 140 Calories | 6g Fat | 21g Carbs | 12g Sugar | 1g Protein

 

Fudge Covered Oreo

Fudge Covered Oreo

1 Cookie: 90 Calories | 4.5g Fat | 12.5g Carbs | 8.5g Sugar | 0.5g Protein

1 Serving (2 Cookies): 180 Calories | 9g Fat | 25g Carbs | 17g Sugar | 1g Protein

 

Oreo Cakesters

Oreo Cakesters

1 Cookie: 130 Calories | 6.5g Fat | 18g Carbs | 10.5g Sugar | 1g Protein

1 Serving (2 Cakes): 260 Calories | 13g Fat | 36g Carbs | 21g Sugar | 2g Protein

 

A few healthy recipes for Oreo lovers

If you’ve read this far, clearly you have great taste and you love Oreos as much as I do.

I have plenty of Oreo-related recipes right here on my blog that I highly recommend checking out!

Healthy Oreos

 

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