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Limited Edition Rainbow Oreos Are Back for LGBTQ+ Pride Month

June is Pride Month and Oreo is here to remind us all! The brand has new flavors that come out ALL the time, like Tiramisu and Strawberry Frosted Doughnut. Now, they’re releasing brand-new limited edition sleeves of rainbow cookies to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. We love to see it!

That’s right: rainbow Oreos are back. But there’s only one place to find ’em.

What Do the Pride Oreos Look Like?

The centerpiece Oreos are as you’d expect: classic chocolate biscuits with creme in the middle, in an array of rainbow colors. Oreo doesn’t skimp on the brightness of the colors, either. The hues are bold. But just when you thought that was enough…there’s more!

For 2021, Oreo is also adding four new flag color schemes to the batch: the trans flag, the lesbian flag, the pansexual flag and the bisexual flag. That’s five Pride color schemes in total.

You better be quick—only 3,000 boxes are being made, so there’s a limited number to go around, and finding them isn’t as easy as strolling down to your local Walmart or Target.

Where Can I Find Rainbow Oreos?

Oreo says the cookies won’t be available in stores; they’re part of Oreo’s #ProudParent campaign. The #ProudParent campaign, in partnership with PFLAG, aims to offer words of support, affirmation and inclusivity for LGBTQ+ youth that may be struggling. Because the limited edition packages won’t be available in stores (upsetting, I know!), it’s up to you to share words of love and acceptance. The Oreos are being distributed “via giveaway to reward acts of allyship for the LGBTQ+ community.”

If you’re an LGBTQ+ member or ally that would like to enter, share your words, phrases and pictures on Twitter or Instagram with the tags #ProudParent and #Giveaway. Don’t forget to follow and tag @Oreo in the post! Like I said before, Oreo is only giving away 3,000 of these boxes. The event starts June 29 and ends July 29, or while supplies last.

Bummed you won’t be able to get the rainbow Oreos at the grocery store? So were we—but there are plenty of other rainbow treats you can make at home.

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Rainbow Gelatin Cubes

Rainbow Gelatin Cubes

These layered jello cubes are fun to serve and to eat! I vary the colors to match the occasion. Kids of all ages snatch them up. —Deanna Pietrowicz, Bridgeport, Connecticut

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From out of the blue this time comes a truly beautiful sight. As soon as folks get a glimpse of it, though, it’ll likely disappear fast! Conjured up by CT’s cooks, the colorful rainbow cake features pound cake topped with a creamy spread and fresh fruit. An orange “pot” at the rainbow’s end is full to the brim for dipping, too. You’ll have a good-as-gold treat sure to shine at a St. Patrick’s Day party! —or any festive event.

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Rainbow Snack Platter

Rainbow Snack Platter

This fun assortment combines all of your favorite snacks in one place. Use raw vegetables, cheese cubes, crackers—whatever you’d like!

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The name “rainbow cookies” is actually a bit of a misnomer for these classic New York treats. To make the pretty layered cookies, you’ll bake three thin cakes, spread jam between them and coat with smooth melted chocolate. —Shannon Sarna, South Orange, New Jersey

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Homemade Oreo-style cookies are pretty great on their own, but they’re even better when you add graham cracker crumbs to the cookie dough, stuff them with marshmallow creme, and then roll them in sprinkles. You can change the color of the sprinkles depending on the holiday or occasion you’re baking them for. —Colleen Delawder, Herndon, Virginia

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Frozen Banana Cereal Pops

Frozen Banana Cereal Pops

When we want a healthy snack, we dip bananas in yogurt, roll ’em in cereal, then freeze. Ta-da! —Scarlett Elrod, Newnan, Georgia

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Some cakes stand on their own without icing. For this bright Rainbow Cake, use a little whipped cream to make fluffy clouds. —Janet Tigchelaar, Jerseyville, Ontario

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Chocolate-Glazed Doughnut Cookies

Chocolate-Glazed Doughnut Cookies

My little nieces love to help decorate these doughnut-shaped cookies. They top them with sprinkles, chopped pecans or crushed candy canes. —Jolie Stinson, Marion, Indiana

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Rainbow Fruit Toast Exps Jmz18 224564 D03 15 3b 6

Nothing will brighten up your morning more than one of these colorful and tasty toasts. —Shannon Roum, Taste of Home Food Stylist

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Rainbow Strawberries

Rainbow Strawberries

Dip fresh strawberries in melted candy-coated discs to create a rainbow of color. Or get adventurous and make a unicorn. The creative possibilities are endless. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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I’ve been making these colorful cupcakes with my mom since I was in high school. The cheery sweets are as fun to make as they are to eat. —Tammy Quinn, Lynden, Ontario

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Rainbow Fruit Salad

Rainbow Fruit Salad

When my children were young, I would often dress up fresh fruit in this easy salad. Decades later, my grandchildren and great-grandchildren still love digging in to the fruity layers. The salad goes well with barbecued meats or cold sandwiches. —Jonnie Adams Sisler, Stevensville, Montana

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Easy Confetti Pie Exps Thcom16 199536 D06 10 4b 3

Sugar cone crust makes a pie that tastes like birthday cake when you add a colorful, creamy no-bake confetti filling. —Gina Nistico, Taste of Home Food Editor

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These fun and colorful wands don’t need to be made by a magician to be magical. You can change the colors to fit any party theme. —Renee Schwebach, Dumont, Minnesota

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Unicorn Cake

Unicorn Cake

This magical unicorn cake tastes as good as it looks. Baking in smaller pans creates impressive height, and a few simple decorating tricks turn it into a showstopping dessert. —Lauren Knoelke, Des Moines, Iowa

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Fruity No Bake Cookies Exps Cbz16 193297 D05 20 2b 9

Keep your kitchen cool with these freezer cookies made with fruity cereal. They’re extra sweet and even more fun for kids to help make.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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There’s nothing better than a guilt-free dessert, especially when it’s topped with refreshing and colorful fruit. We skimmed the calories and fat from a traditional fruit pizza to create one with about half the calories, fat and cholesterol. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Princess Toast Exps Dai19 230060 B08 15 1b 11

I made these sparkly treats for my daughter’s brownie troop and they’re great for princess parties. Sometimes I use lemon curd in place of the jam. —Marina Castle Kelley, Canyon Country, California

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Ice Cream Cone Treats

Ice Cream Cone Treats

I came up with this recipe as a way for my grandkids to enjoy Rice Krispies treats without getting sticky hands. You can also pack the cereal mixture into paper cups and insert a wooden pop stick to create cute pops. —Mabel Nolan, Vancouver, Washington

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Layers of colorful fruit submerged in a fizzy, sweet beverage make this a kid-friendly sipper that gets two thumbs-up. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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Cream Cheese Sheet Cake

Cream Cheese Sheet Cake

This tender, buttery cream cheese cake with a thin layer of fudge frosting is perfect for a crowd. It’s always popular at potlucks and parties. It’s not uncommon to see folks going back for second and even third pieces. —Gaye Mann, Rocky Mount, North Carolina

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Talk about a dessert that pops. Sometimes I make this easy cake even more eye-catching by coloring the whipped cream too. Use whatever sherbet flavor combination you like. —Bonnie Hawkins, Elkhorn, Wisconsin

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Whenever I used to make cookies, my three boys would always find something they didn’t like about them. After some trial and error, I finally came up with a cookie they all enjoyed. —Heidi Cretens, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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