Pillsbury's New Lisa Frank Cookies Are A '90s Kid's Delight

If you grew up in the 1990s, we're willing to bet that you or a friend owned a few Lisa Frank-designed school supplies, such as stickers, notebooks, or a backpack. Perhaps you even went all-in on the Lisa Frank craze, collecting a stationery set, photo album, and diary. Well, even though '90s kids are approaching their thirties, their birth decade long behind them, they can still enjoy some nostalgic objects from their youth to this day. This is thanks to a renewed interest in all things 1990s, including, yes, Lisa Frank.

It's not like Lisa Frank ever went away, really, since you can still go to the brand's website and buy a wide variety of Lisa Frank coffee mugs, apparel, and more. Plus, Lisa Frank has collaborated with beauty brand Morphe on several colorful makeup collections (via Morphe). Now the brand is involved in yet another partnership, which should prove especially interesting to food fans. Coming soon to a kitchen near you: Lisa Frank cookies, reads a press release sent to Mashed.

These ready-to-bake cookies have a Lisa Frank unicorn design

According to a press release shared with Mashed, Pillsbury is introducing a brand-new ready-to-bake cookie dough in collaboration with Lisa Frank. They taste like Pillsbury's standard sugar cookies, but they each have a pink Lisa Frank-esque unicorn and three blue stars in the center. Though not particularly Christmassy, the dough appears to be a holiday offering and will be available for a limited time beginning sometime in mid-December. 

The Lisa Frank unicorn cookie dough is pre-cut into 20 cookies, which are ready to be popped in the oven, for the price of $2.97. They're even safe to eat raw, in case you can't wait for them to bake. So, will you be first in line to buy these cookies when they finally hit stores? If so, are you actually going to bake them up and share them with Santa, or will you hoard them all for yourself? Perhaps you could just stick them in the freezer along with those last cartons of Flintstones Push Ups, Jell-O Pudding Pops, and other discontinued '90s foods. Who knows, maybe someday you could be curating your own little frozen museum of edible nostalgia!