There鈥檚 nothing better than the classic Oreo. Not only is it a deliciously sweet, crispy, cream-filled treat on its own, but you can also make tons of delicious desserts with it. But, as we all know, the days of only having one simple Oreo option are long gone. For the past few years, Oreo has been rolling out TONS of unique flavors 鈥 some that we know and love, and others that leave us a little confused (WTF is a 鈥淩ainbow Shure, Bert!鈥 anyway?). When it comes to quick and easy desserts, nothing鈥檚 simpler than popping an Oreo or two. Here鈥檚 a quick and dirty ranking of 20 *unusual* Oreo flavors, from the most ridiculous to the absolute yummiest.

20. Watermelon: We鈥檙e not sure what people were thinking when they decided to make a melon-flavored cookie, but to each her own. Unfortunately, these didn鈥檛 turn out great: The flavor is completely off, and there are some places you just don鈥檛 go.

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19. Berry Burst Ice Cream: There鈥檚 nothing good about these. Berry filling is one thing, but that extra ice cream-y texture did nothing for us.

18. Rainbow Shure, Bert!: The folks at Oreo get points for trying to be original here, but鈥 nah, actually they don鈥檛. We鈥檙e not sure what they were thinking with these, from the weird decision to make a sherbet-flavored cookie to the odd play on words in the name.

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17. Caramel Apple: When we think of caramel apples, we think of鈥 well, caramel apples. Or at least caramel- and taffy-based candies and desserts. We don鈥檛 think of crunchy Oreo cookies with soft artificial-tasting filling.

16. Blueberry Pie: Don鈥檛 get us wrong, we love blueberry pie. Just not this weird imitation version of it. These cookies are too sweet, too fake-tasting and just not that satisfying.

15. Strawberry Shortcake: These were actually a great idea. Strawberry shortcake is amazing, and shortbread cookies are equally awesome. Unfortunately, the awesomeness didn鈥檛 translate. The strawberry flavoring on these smells and tastes completely synthetic.

14. Cotton Candy: Cotton candy is great, but applying its flavors to Oreo filling seems rather sketch. These taste like pure sugar mixed with artificiality.

13. Banana Split Oreos: Things are starting to get a little yummier now. These are conceptually a good idea, with one chocolate cookie, one vanilla cookie and banana-flavored filling. These are all good things.

12. Key Lime Pie: We鈥檙e not saying these are fantastic 鈥 like many other options on our list so far, the flavoring tastes creepily artificial 鈥 but they鈥檙e kinda refreshing if you love the taste of lime.

11. Cookie Dough Oreos: Okay, things are really starting to look up now. These cookie dough-inspired creations make lots of sense. After all, why not sandwich cookie dough between two cookies? It鈥檚 been done before, but it鈥檚 *always* delicious.

10. Cinnamon Bun: These scrumptious little cookies taste a little bit like Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and we鈥檙e not complaining. The flavor is perfectly balanced. They鈥檙e cinnamon-y, sweet and deliciously gooey.

9. Reese鈥檚 Peanut Butter Cup: You knew this was going to go over well. It鈥檚 hard to go wrong with the classic peanut butter and chocolate combo, and these babies taste just like the Reese鈥檚 cups we know and love.

8. Fruity Crisp: This is our wild card option, but frankly, the entire world is raving about this 2016 flavor. It takes us back to our childhoods by combining the flavors of Golden Oreos with Fruity Pebbles to absolutely delicious results.

7. Pumpkin Spice: The mid 2010s may easily become known as the Age of Pumpkin Spice, and it鈥檚 not hard to see why. It was inevitable that Oreo would capitalize on the pumpkin spice craze, and we鈥檙e happy they did. The only reason this didn鈥檛 score higher was because of the artificial-tasting flavor of the filling.

6. Red Velvet: This crowd-pleasing flavor is usually the stuff of wedding cakes, but it鈥檚 no surprise that it鈥檚 crossed over into Oreo territory. Sweet, rich and flavorful, these cookies are great substitutes to nom on after wedding season comes to a close.

5. S鈥檓ores: TRY TO EAT JUST ONE OF THESE. We dare you. These are delicious, whether you鈥檙e sitting around a campfire or not.

4. Peanut Butter: Sometimes it鈥檚 the simplest things that taste the yummiest. Peanut butter and chocolate may not be the most inventive combination of all time, but there鈥檚 a reason why it鈥檚 a classic.

3. Lemon: Gah, WHY ARE THESE SO ADDICTING? Light, refreshing lemon creme sandwiched between with two Golden Oreo wafers is seriously the stuff dreams are made of.

2. Golden Birthday Cake: We鈥檙e not going to lie, we kinda wish the birthday cake-flavored dessert trend wasn鈥檛 even a thing, because it鈥檚 completely impossible to resist. Eat these and you鈥檒l feel like it鈥檚 your birthday every day.

1. Mint: Rounding off our list at No. 1 is the classic, always delicious Mint Oreo. Why? Because the simplest combinations really are the best combinations. Have you ever heard someone say 鈥渙mg I really can鈥檛 stand sweet mint with chocolate!鈥? We didn鈥檛 think so.

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