Oreo doesn't shy away from fun flavor combos. They've joined the beloved sandwich cookies with many iconic desserts, like carrot cake and red velvet. But now, the cookie company has teamed up with one of its most playful partners yet, the Trolls World Tour. And in celebration of the new movie and the tour, Oreo is introducing two limited-edition cookie packs: one for Queen Poppy and one for Pop Troll Tiny Diamond.
Queen Poppy's cookie features a pink-colored creme with — naturally — glitter, while Pop Troll Tiny Diamond's cookies have a green-colored creme with glitter and popping candy. What's more, each pack of cookies features three fun cookie designs for the pack's characters. Cookies will begin hitting shelves this week, but they'll only be available for a limited time and while supplies last.
If the glittery cookies leave you feeling full of love and sunshine, there's more Trolls happiness to be found: Oreo just released the song "Just Sing (Trolls World Tour)" from the movie's soundtrack, and you can hear this awesome song and get pumped for the tour by listening to it exclusively on your OREO cookie — yes, on the cookie!
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Beginning today through Wednesday, the only place you can hear the full-length original track from the movie is by going to oreo.com and scanning an Oreo cookie.
The song features the entire cast of the film, with big names like Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Kelly Clarkson, James Corden, George Clinton, Mary J. Blige, Anderson .Paak, Rachel Bloom, Kenan Thompson, Anthony Ramos, Red Velvet, Icona Pop, and Sam Rockwell.
Then, you can take your cookies over to Instagram for an augmented reality (AR) experience where Queen Poppy performs a special dance to the new song. You'll need a pack of the Trolls World Tour Oreo cookies to see the lively little troll dance, so be sure to grab a pack when you see one. And keep a countdown to the release of the new Trolls movie, which will be in theaters April 10.
This story originally appeared on Allrecipes.
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