the cookie quest with oreo biscuits

With winter been the worst it has been in years this is a prefect excuse to join Oreos Great cookie quest and have some family fun.

I have been sent some amazing Oreo biscuits to make our own cookie quest to highlight their amazing on pack promotion to win some amazing prizes.

Well how can you have fun as a family even on these harsh winter and snowy days?

see below how we made our cookie quest something of an adventure as a family.

The great Oreo Cookie Quest
see the amazing on pack competition for yourselves who knows you could be the California dream holiday winner

So whilst the my son was  out the house I thought I hide a few biscuits throughout the house and tell him how the cookie monster had taken our biscuits.

Why not make a fun-filled moment that will get you all as a family hunting down the hidden cookies?

So as my son comes home the quest begins and I give him a clue where the hidden cookie maybe.

the cookie quest
where is the cookie hidden today?

Off we go adventure up the stairs and start thinking of where he will be sleeping tonight. Off he ponders and gets excited as he finds the cookie sat on his pillow.  Next we go hunting for another seen I hid 2 as this is a perfect snack size treat for children.

The second I hid back downstairs and on the sofa arm where it well blended in and didn’t get noticed originally to my surprise.

The quest ended (sad face here)

What was great on our quest is the fact this is so much more fun as a family making a mini adventure that all can do.


how can you join in and have your own #cookiequest with Oreo biscuits?

Well all you have to is keep an eye out in the shops for the Oreo promotional packs. Pick one up and scan the barcode to see if you have won anything today. Who knows you could be the big holiday winner with your Oreos packet.

How will you use oreos to have a cookie quest? let me know in the comments below.


Disclosure: This post is an entry for brit mums #oreocookiequest, sponsored by Oreo.






      Thanks yes. I thought normally kids come home from school and want to go straight for the tablet or slump in front the TV for the rest the night. It just a great way to encourage children to have a bit of time away from technology and parents spend time even after a long day as a family. Chill out and have fun together.


      it was a great pleasure and I hope it has inspired many other parents to have loads of fun with their own mini adventures too.

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