I hope you’re ready for this, guys. Fetch is totally happening and, despite Regina George’s intense disdain for the word, it’s been well worth the wait. Earlier this month, we revealed that beloved breakfast brand Toaster Strudel would be celebrating their now-iconic mention in 2004’s Mean Girls with the release of a delicious-looking strawberry strudel equipped with pink icing to match. If you’re like me, though, you probably wondered if the pink icing was actually all it’s cracked up to be. And, let me tell ya, it totally is.
Limited-Edition Mean Girls Toaster Strudel with pink icing! They weren’t messing around with this frosting - it is shockingly pink! 💗 . Also be sure to enter ‘The Most Fetch’ Toaster Strudel Icing Sweepstakes: 👍 -Take a photo of your Pillsbury Toaster Strudel icing design with limited-edition pink icing ✔️ -Post the photo on Instagram or Twitter while entries are open through September 20 Include #FetchSweepstakes and @ToasterStrudel in the caption✔️ -Three grand prize winners will receive a personalized video message from Lacey Chabert, one year’s worth of Pillsbury Toaster Strudel and Mean Girls merchandise✔️ . . Thanks to Pillsbury Toaster Strudel for sharing these with us! 🙏 . . . . #pillsbury #pillsburydoughboy #toasterstrudel #strawberrycreamcheese #poptart #poptarts #meangirl #meangirls #threesnackateers #snackattack #snacking #junkfood #foodfind #funfood #newfood #foodiepic #foodfood #instasnack #snacktime @pillsbury @pillsburybaking #fetch
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Instagrammer @threesnackateers took to the app on Sunday to post a photo of the brightly colored icing after picking up two packs of the limited-edition breakfast pastry. “Limited-Edition Mean Girls Toaster Strudel with pink icing! They weren’t messing around with this frosting—it is shockingly pink!” the caption stated enthusiastically. That's one way of putting it! It's, like, neon-meets-radioactive pink, friends.
Those who follow the page were here for the new release, too. “It’s a sign…” one user commented after tagging a friend. “So fetch!!” another account exclaimed while adding in the praise hands emoji. Though the film is over 15 years old, it’s clear that fans—new and old alike—will never not love everything that’s tied to it.
And while I’m still not sure what made Toaster Strudel cash in on this over-a-decade-old mention at this particular time in history, I’m also totally not opposed to it. So, hop in loser, we’re going strudel shopping!
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