Church’s Chicken is about to make your year. Starting in December, the fried chicken chain will sell limited-edition Oreo Biscuit Bites, a mash-up of Oreo cookies and its famous honey-butter biscuits. To make the donut hole-like confection, Church’s crumbles Oreos into the biscuit dough and dunks the cooked poppers in vanilla icing. They are served warm.

Mark Snyder, global chief marketing officer of Church’s, tells USA Today that they tried adding a number of different cookies to the biscuits, but the black-and-white sandwich won easily. “We all grew up with Oreos,” he says. But if you want to dunk “Milk’s Favorite Cookie” in milk, you’re out of luck: Church’s doesn’t sell it. “Folks will have to take them home if they want to have them with milk,” Snyder says.

Oreo Biscuit Bites will be available December 1-28 and cost 99 cents for a pack of five.

(via First We Feast)

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