I’ve been dunking my cookies ever since Oreo launched their Twist, Lick, and Dunk campaign. Suffice to say, I’ve encountered a number of problems in the dunking process that you might have experienced yourself.
For example, spilled milk. When you’re dunking in a full glass of milk, there’s bound to be some spillage. Then there’s the opposite problem of too little milk left. You have to tilt the glass and push your hands as far into the glass as you can to dunk your cookie. Not a very pleasant experience.
So for these and all your other cookie dunking woes, there’s the Cookie Dunker.
Cookie Dunker looks like one of those wide-mouth cups that toddlers use to practice drinking from a glass, but there are a couple of marked differences: the rounded internal bottom, to fit the curve of your cookie perfectly; and the narrow cross section at the bottom that makes dunking in lower milk levels easier to achieve.
These are all first-world problems, of course – problems that we’re all very lucky to have.
The Cookie Dunker is up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $23(USD) will get you a two-pack. Because one should never dunk alone.