Pepsi Lindsay Lohan advert Pilk and Cookies

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That Is One Dirty Soda, Santa!

Pepsi unveiled an engaging advert named “That Is One Dirty Soda, Santa!
The Pepsi advert features Lindsay Lohan. Lindsay meets Santa and discovers the Pilk. What Pilk is? Pilk is the delicious and must-have drink that combines the crispness of Pepsi with the subtly sweet and creamy taste of milk, traditionally topped with creamer, and it pairs perfectly with cookies. Known in pop culture as a “dirty soda,” this trending combination has grown over several decades and has recently gained viral fame on TikTok.
The Pepsi Lindsay Lohan advert message is “Milk, and cookies were so last year. Rumor has it Santa prefers Pilk…”

To kick off the challenge and announce this new tradition, Pepsi has partnered with two of the most iconic stars of the holidays – Lindsay Lohan and Santa. Lohan, fresh off her holiday film, Netflix’s “Falling for Christmas” and recently released rendition of “Jingle Bell Rock,” can be seen enjoying Pilk and Cookies in a short clip here along with Pepsi and Santa on the brand’s YouTube.

“Partnering with Pepsi to announce Pilk and Cookies has been an incredible experience,” said Lindsay Lohan. “As someone who loves the holiday season and embracing new traditions, I was thrilled to have a little bit of fun with Pepsi and their take on the dirty soda. For people learning about Pilk for the first time, I won’t lie to you when I say I was a bit skeptical when I first heard of this pairing, but after my first sip I was amazed at how delicious it was, so I’m very excited for the rest of the world to try it.”

Pepsi Lindsay Lohan advert Pilk and Cookies
Lindsay Lohan

“Combining Pepsi and milk has long been a secret hack among Pepsi fans. Now with the rise of the ‘dirty soda’ trend on TikTok and throughout the country, we thought Pilk and Cookies would be a great way to unapologetically celebrate the holidays with a new and delicious way to enjoy Pepsi this season,” said Todd Kaplan, Chief Marketing Officer – Pepsi.

For those that do not know where to start when concocting their own Pilk, Pepsi has been busy mixing up recipes to give you some helpful hints on the perfect ratio of Pepsi and milk, delicious mix-ins, and the ideal cookies to pair it with.

Pilk and Cookies recipes

This holiday season, try these Pilk and Cookies recipes below and let your tastebuds sing with holiday cheer:

The Naughty & Ice: For a pure milk taste that’s infused with notes of vanilla, measure and combine 1 cup of whole milk, 1 tbsp of heavy cream and 1 tbsp of vanilla creamer. From there, pour the mixture slowly into 1 cup of Pepsi – the brand’s hero product – and consume it alongside a chocolate chip cookie.
The Chocolate Extreme: Blend 1/3 cup of chocolate milk and 2 tbsp of chocolate creamer, and transfer the mixture to 1 cup of smooth & creamy Pepsi Nitro to enjoy the richness of the flavor atop of a frothy foam head. This “Pilk” will satisfy the chocoholic in you, especially by pairing it with a double chocolate cookie.
The Cherry on Top: A hint of cherry always sweetens the deal. Combine ½ cup of 2% milk, 2 tbsp of heavy cream, and 2 tbsp of caramel creamer. To bring the complex flavors to life, place the mixture into 1 cup of Pepsi Wild Cherry while pairing the drink with a gingerbread cookie.
The Snow Fl(oat): An oatmeal-based cookie loaded with raisins will complement oat milk “Pilk.” Start by taking ½ cup of oat milk and adding 4 tbsp of caramel creamer. Then, slowly pour the sweet mixture into a glass filled with 1 cup of Pepsi Zero Sugar.
The Nutty Cracker: Combine ½ cup of almond milk and 4 tbsp of coconut creamer and place the mixture atop a pool of smooth & creamy Nitro Pepsi Vanilla. For true richness, pair it with a coated peanut butter cookie.

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