Swiss rolls are such old news.
TikTokers is bringing a modern twist to the cookie-roll dessert flavor with âOreo Sushi,â a DIY food trend that’s gaining popularity on the video sharing app.
Dozens of TikTok users have shared videos of themselves turning Nabisco’s famous cream-filled cookies into tube-shaped cakes, which have racked up over 10.3 million combined views under the application Oreo Sushi Hashtag.
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The first Oreo Sushi video to hit TikTok came straight from the popular TikTok page Cheeses or Desserts January 21.
To celebrate surpassing one million subscribers, the two-person team shared their Oreo Sushi recipe. The short tutorial showed TikTokers that they only need Oreos and condensed milk to make a black and white sushi cake.
To prepare the dish, home chefs must first separate the wafer shell of each cookie from its cream center. When the cookies are separated, the wafers should be crushed and mixed with three tablespoons of condensed milk, according to the TikTok video.
The wafer mixture can then be flattened with a rolling pin on a plastic sheet or specialized sushi rolling mat. Cheese or Desserts also add a tablespoon of condensed milk to separate cream. Once the milk and cream are well mixed, the spread can be spread evenly over the layer of crushed wafer.
Finally, the cheese or desserts rolled the two layers together and cut them into pieces, so that the dessert could look like a sliced ââsushi roll.
Cheese or Desserts did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Over the past five months, this viral video has generated over 455,800 views and 99,500 likes. It also inspired several other TikTok chefs to try or bring their own twist on Oreo Sushi.
Some designers have chosen to use regular or dairy-free milk to mix with their cookies. Others have made Oreo Sushi by replacing traditional Oreos with one of the brand’s other flavors.
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Meanwhile, reviewers who dislike the cream filling have suggested alternatives like cream cheese, melted marshmallows, or a ready-to-spread marshmallow under several Oreo Sushi videos.
So far the Most Popular Oreo Sushi Video on TikTok comes from a 14-year-old pastry enthusiast named Siena Candy, which received over 655,400 likes last week for its two-ingredient recipe and chocolate sauce.
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Over the past year, Oreo Sushi has been a search term that has increased sporadically on Google, according to data at google trends. Interest in the no-bake dessert trend peaked in mid-December and mid-April to the end of April, and it has again Wednesday June 2.