Jell-O pudding flavor [4]

I’ll be honest here: OREO Jell-O sounds like the worst thing ever, but kudos to the authors for finding a new way to clue it. (According to the invaluable XWord Info site, OREO has been used hundreds of times under Will Shortz’s editorship, but this is the first time it’s been associated with Jell-O, which is about as modern as you can get with a 104-year-old treat.)

  • Loren Muse Smith and Tracy Gray, The New York Times, 5/4/17
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