This Reese's Cup With An Oreo Cream Filling Looks Too Good To Be True


Creating an innovative hybrid food is nothing new.

But few food enthusiasts apply medical practices to the process of crafting seriously impressive food-porn creations.

Unless, of course, you happen to be The Food Surgeon.

Recently, The Food Surgeon posted a video on YouTube capturing his latest Frankenfood endeavor: a Reese's Peanut-Butter-Ectomy with Oreo Cream Transplant.

Yep, surgeons always have to make everything, including snack surgery, sound complicated.

So, let me break the operation down for you.

This dude basically creates a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup filled with delectable Oreo cream filling instead of peanut butter.

In the mesmerizing video, you can see The Food Surgeon prep his "patients" for surgery, carefully make an incision in the Reese's Cup and then remove the top layer of chocolatey goodness.

Next, he uses a razor to remove the Oreo cream from its cookie captor and painstakingly extracts all of the Reese's Peanut Butter with a scalpel.

After that's all done, he delicately fills the empty space in the Reese's Cup with the Oreo cream, seals the subject up with the top layer of chocolate and the surgery is a success!

Check out the video for a closer look at the whole delicious procedure.