I can't believe I haven't talked to all of you about Oreo Thin Crisps. They are a dieter's best friend. They come is 4/5 oz. 100 calorie individual bags, and what you get is a bunch of Oreo crackers (they look like chocolate cheez-its) without the cream inside. Why do I love them? Let me count the ways. They're crispy, chocolaty and not too sweet. Unlike many Oreo lovers, I do not have a passion for the grainy, sugary filling inside regular Oreos. So I don't miss the cream filling at all. Because they come in these nifty 100 calorie bags, you are automatically practicing portion control when you eat them. There are perhaps 20 in each bag, so it take you awhile to get through a bag. Lastly, they have o grams of Trans Fat and no cholesterol. They satisfy my sweet tooth and my chocolate craving. I have tried the 100 calorie bag of South Beach Diet peanut butter cookies, but they only come two to a bag, and they taste too damn healthy. So I say this to the food scientist team at Kraft Foods that developed Oreo Thin Crisps. You have the undying gratitude of dieters everywhere, and I personally think you should receive a MacArthur Genius grant. Please note: I have no connection with anyone at Kraft Foods.
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