Oreos are America's most iconic cookie. Nothing's better than a tall glass of milk and a bunch (a whole row) of these classic sandwich cookies. Granted, Nabisco's risks have set them apart in the snack aisle, but there have been times when their risks have gone, er, shall we say, berserk? Here are 21 weird Oreo flavors that are definitely the strangest ones that ever existed.

1. Caramel Apple

The Caramel Apple Oreo. It is two Golden Oreo cookies containing one caramel side and another green apple creme flavor. They were on the shelves two fall seasons in a row, so I guess someone liked them enough to give them a second try.

2. Lemon Twist

This one was odd to me because they have Lemon Oreos in stores everywhere. But Lemon Twist Oreos were available in both chocolate and Golden varieties, and apparently, the creme is not as potent as the classic Lemon Oreo. So what I'm saying is, yes, there's a difference here after all. 

3. Blueberry Pie

Blueberry pie is an irresistible dessert, but in Oreo form? I don't think I need to explain why these were only on store shelves for a limited time. Why ruin a good thing like pie?

4. Banana Split

One side of the creme is yellow and one side is pink, but then, also it kind of has a heads or tails thing going on with both the chocolate and the Golden Oreo. This is one confusing Oreo, but combining the flavors of chocolate, banana and creme was surely epic. 

5. Candy Corn

Candy corn is popular during the Halloween season, and these Oreos attempt to take it to the next level. Unfortunately, it's impossible to get over the overwhelming taste of sugar. 

6. Jelly Donut

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Alaina Tepper

Jelly donuts —  you either love 'em or hate 'em. Same goes with these inventive, strange Oreos with a jelly-flavored center. On the plus side, the jelly-flavored center of the Oreo version won't spill on your shirt.  

7. Swedish Fish

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Lucy Bedewi

The Swedish Fish Oreo just sounds like an artificial-tasting sugar bomb to me. According to my friends who've tried it, it's pretty horrendous. Nice try though, Nabisco. 

8. Fruit Punch

I have nothing to say about this one except: Go home, Oreo, you're drunk. If you're really craving a glass of fruit punch, cookie form is not the way to go.

9. Neapolitan 

Okay, I'll admit, this is actually one flavor I can get behind. In this interesting combination, chocolate and strawberry creme are sandwiched between three vanilla Golden Oreos. 

10. Limemade

This one is another odd ball because these probably taste similar to Lemon Oreos. The only potential appeal is the vibrant green.

11. Root Beer Float

These Oreos are known to have a strong root beer flavor. Hey, if you like root beer floats and are feeling adventurous, they just might be the junk food for you. However, I'll continue to have my root beer floats in a glass. 

12. Cinnamon Bun

If you enjoy Cinnabon, maybe you'll enjoy this new take on Milk's Favorite Cookie. To you 90's kids out there, you should know that they taste like Dunkaroos

13. Marshmallow Crispy

Rice Krispies Treats and Oreos are two of my favorite junk foods. Crumbled Oreos on Rice Krispies would probably be a good idea. But this representation of the marshmallow treat in cookie form is a bit on the strange side. Not saying I wouldn't try it, but it is a pretty odd. 

14. Filled Cupcake

Filled Cupcake Oreos are probably there to make us feel nostalgic about eating Hostess Ho Hos as a kid or something. But I think Nabisco went too far. These cookies are just Chocolate Oreos with a hint of creme in the middle, and they probably just taste like sugar. 

15. Creamsicle

Creamsicles are a nostalgic summer treat, but I never thought they'd make an Oreo flavor to represent them. However, they did for a limited time. The key word here is limited time — these were not good enough to eat all of the time.

16. Fruity Crisp

These are similar to the Marshmallow Krispy Oreos, but they give you a chance to taste the rainbow. If you think about it, this isn't so different from Fruity Pebbles — you put cereal in milk, and this "cereal" is in creme, then just added to cookies. 

17. Candy Cane

Candy Cane Oreos are a holiday season staple, but I'm guessing they probably just taste like Mint Oreos. The red creme filling adds a bit of holiday flair, so I guess Nabisco gets points for that. 

18. Berry Burst Ice Cream

I've actually had Berry Burst Ice Cream Oreos and they're not that terrible, but it's still a weird flavor. It doesn't really taste like ice cream, however. It tastes similar to Strawberry Creme Oreos, which also aren't half bad. 

19. Chocolate Strawberry

Speaking of strawberries, how 'bout we dip them in chocolate and make a cookie out of them? Yes, these Chocolate Strawberry Oreos have actually existed and are perfect for future Galentine's Days. 

20. Waffles and Syrup 

Oreos for breakfast, anyone? At least with the cookie form, you won't have to get out your waffle iron or clean up the sticky syrup you inevitably would spill on your couch while you eat and watch "Friends" reruns. 

21. Watermelon

I think Nabisco needs to learn that some fruits just don't "cookie" as well as others. Watermelon Oreos are some of the weirdest cookies ever invented. Sure, I love fresh watermelon and Oreos, but together? Just no. 

If you're an Oreo fan (this should be everyone) and are feeling adventurous, try some of these strange flavors. Some of these may be a little off the shelf, but like they say, #noregrets. And watch out for Nabisco — I'm sure that there's a lot more where these flavors came from.