The world’s biggest Oreo cookie may belong to an Ohio grandmother.
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Social media influencer Ross Smith and his 95-year-old granny believe they have broken the Guinness World Record with their massive 180-pound recreation of the beloved cookie.
Earlier this month, the duo joined forces with chefs Stephen Miller and Roddy Martin in an attempt to break the current record for largest Oreo cookie, a 161-pound concoction set by a Bahrain cookie manufacturer in 2018.
Smith and his team have yet to get official certification from Guinness indicating they now hold the world record.
"We are in talks with Guinness World Records but they won’t have anyone come out for a few weeks, unfortunately," Smith told Fox News in an email. "But as of now with weight and length (circumference) we are the largest in the world [at] 180 pounds and 4 feet wide."
It took Smith and his grandmother 24 hours to make their chocolate cookie with creme filling monstrosity, which required 72 pounds of butter, 25 pounds of pure sugar, 34 pounds of powdered sugar, 15 pounds of cocoa powder, 25 pounds of all-purpose flour, 90 eggs, 1.5 cups of vanilla, salt and baking soda, per the outlet.
The undertaking was nothing new for Smith and his grandmother who have been creating viral videos for over 9 years amid a following of more than 65 million across various platforms. Naturally, their latest endeavor was shared on their official YouTube and Instagram profiles.
The nonagenarian shared her excitement for the ginormous Oreo.
"This has been one of the best experiences I have had in a long time, to see how amazing the cookie turned out. And oh boy was it delicious," she told Fox News in a statement. "It’s going to take me another 95 years of life to finish this thing unless I get some help."