Playing with your food can be fun, but what about hacking your food? Oreo thinks that's even better. That's why they've launched their Snack Hack initiative by giving Michael Voltaggio a bag of Oreo cookies: they wanted to see how he might remix a snack that's done just fine on its own for 102 years.

Voltaggio, head chef at Ink in Los Angeles, decided to make tortilla chips using Oreo cookies as the base for the dough, rather than masa. That was impressive (and hunger-inducing) enough, but then he somehow made a shandy (using lemon-flavored Oreo cookies) to wash it all down.

Watch the video above to see how he did it, and remember: hacking your food is not only fun, it's delicious.

Got a hack of your own? Submit it here.

This post is a sponsored collaboration between Oreo and Studio@Gawker.