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OMFG: You Can Make Your Own Dunkaroos At Home With Just 3 Ingredients

The 1990s were a beautiful time. David Beckham was single, Pokémon was all the rage, Blockbuster was killing it and Amanda Bynes was the funniest kid in America. #LOL

This was also an iconic decade for junk food lovers (who now Instagram kale salads rather than wrapping Fruit by the Foot around their fingers).

Ketchup was purple, Capri Sun had high fructose corn syrup, Doritos were 3D and the "Good Burger" secret sauce was under lockdown (until now). We long for the days when Jumbo Push Pops, Oreo O's and Dannon Sprinkl'ins were acceptable.

You can still find some of these favored snacks, but we have a deep, dark longing for our most favorite 90s snack of all.

Let us get you up to speed: Imagine a small blue container filled with crunchy, delicious cinnamon sugar cookies just waiting to take a dip in a pool of sprinkled icing.

Yes, we're talking about Dunkaroos, featuring our favorite Australian kangaroo chilling in a goop of sticky frosting (which there was never enough of).

For some unknown reason, Dunkaroos disappeared from the lives, but not the minds, of Americans.

If you can recall this snack, you might want to take a seat. We have found the solution to the gaping hole left in our hearts and in our cupboards.

This recipe can be made in less time than it takes you to Velcro your light-up sneakers and sit down for an episode of "Are You Afraid of the Dark?," and it tastes just like the real deal.

Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 0 minutes Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 6

Ingredients: 1 box of Funfetti cake mix 2 cups Greek yogurt ½ container of Cool Whip

Here's what you'll need:

 Start mixing everything together in a bowl:

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Eventually, you'll be left with pure gold:

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All you have to do is get your Teddy Grahams out and get your dip on!

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Get the full recipe here.

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This post originally appeared on Spoon University - BU by Julianna Ruo.