Santa Could Enjoy a Glass of “Pilk” in Florida this Year…
I used to have to bake the nicest Christmas cookies on Christmas Eve only for Santa when I was a child. I used to beg my mother to bake her renowned peanut butter cookies with a chocolate kiss on top every year. Do you remember the song I Saw My Mommy Kissing Santa Claus? I’m pretty sure it had to do with those Kiss cookies with peanut butter and sugar. If you’ve never had peanut butter, the ideal way to drink it down is with a fresh glass of milk.
Santa Loves it:
Naturally, I wouldn’t overlook the reindeer. Carrots were their favorite. And I can prove it since every morning when I check at the plate, all that was left were crumbs and perhaps a few pieces of carrot for the reindeer. However, let’s focus on the milk, which was always mid-way full.
I’m uncertain if Santa had a lactose intolerance or if he simply didn’t care that much about milk. Because of this, I’m going to attempt something new this year. Maybe even some Pilk? So, you wonder, what precisely is that? It has a blend of Pepsi and milk. That’s right, it exists.
Pepsi has unveiled a new ad campaign to encourage more people to drink “PILK,” Sounds really weird. Fans have likened the flavor to that of a “Coke float,” which is made by sprinkling soda over vanilla ice cream.
A few years ago, the notion also gained popularity. Additionally, it is comparable to the current “dirty soda” craze, which involves adding cream and flavoring syrups.
Pepsi is currently attempting to make Pilk popular for the holidays. They are running a contest and an advertisement with Lindsay Lohan.
Between now and Christmas, if you share a photo or video of yourself enjoying “Pilk and cookies,” you’ll be entered to win holiday cash. There will be 25 $1,000 prizes. Simply use the hashtag “PilkAndCookies” to tag Pepsi on TikTok, Instagram, or Twitter.
They also developed a few recipes. Like substituting Wild Cherry Pepsi for ordinary Pepsi or adding flavoring to the