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February 4, 2020 / Posted by:

Dunk-a-roos!

If you’ve been screaming your vocal cords off for the return of Dunk-a-roos for years now, then I need to tell you that you could’ve easily gotten your fix by dipping some cookies in Duncan Hines frosting. But if cookies and frosting just isn’t the same without the Dunk-a-roos name attached to it, then your Diabetes-filled dreams have definitely come true. Because Dunk-a-roos is back!

Betty Crocker started selling Dunk-a-roos in 1990. They were a deliciously gross lunchbox dessert that was made up of ten cookies and a pile of frosting. The cookies came in several different shapes and you could get them in different flavors, like chocolate cookies with vanilla frosting, vanilla cookies with vanilla frosting, graham cookies with chocolate frosting, vanilla cookies with strawberry frosting, etc… Dunk-a-roos’ mascot was a kangaroo who pushed those ‘Betes-inducing nuggets to kids. At one point, the mascot was voiced by John Cameron Mitchell (aka Hedwig) who did an Aussie accent:

Dunk-a-roos were discontinued in the U.S. in 2012, and probably because parents weren’t into the whole “feeding your children massive amounts of sugar at lunchtime” thing anymore. But the makers of insulin in FUN child-friendly colors can rejoice, because Buzzfeed says that Betty Crocker is bringing Drunk-a-roos back to the U.S. this summer.

Dunk-a-roos also announced its return on Twitter, and it looks like it’s not changing its “turd pooped up by the Saved By The Bell opening credits” aesthetic. The announcement of its return also co-stars Guy Fieri Jr.

FINALLY, some good news! Although, with the way that 2020 has been going, I’m sure Dunk-a-roos will announce that they have changed up the recipe and the cookies are now gluten-free and sugar-free, and the frosting is made of avocados, flax eggs, and date syrup.

Pic: Twitter

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