Now you can sprinkle Cheetos pixie dust all over your favorite foods with the Cheetos Duster. Like magic, fill the mini appliance with Cheetos and grind them to dust. It turns Cheetos into delicious dust! You will leave behind your orange fingerprints, the evidence for all to see. This fun gadget is only available on Amazon.
If you are too cheap there is an alternative. Fill a Ziploc bag with Cheetos and step on them to your heart’s delight. Hammers are recommended.
- Frito-Lay brand Cheetos partnered with Amazon as its exclusive selling partner for a novelty kitchenware product, the Cheetos Duster, per details shared with Marketing Dive. The product is available for purchase beginning Nov. 21.
- The Cheetos Duster takes to the likeness of a handheld blender and is intended to blend up a handful of Cheetos into dust, or “Cheetle,” as coined by the brand. Cheetos released a slew of recipes paired with video instructions for making Cheetos cuisine to spark inspiration.
- The novelty item is the latest to hit the market this holiday season and the latest attempt by the brand to generate hype for its orange dust.
Get ready to sprinkle Cheetos on Cheetos Mac ‘n Cheese, spaghetti, tacos, burgers, sushi, pizza, chicken, green salad, mashed potatoes, sausage, ham, lima beans, bacon, popcorn, hot dogs, beef stroganoff, yams, french fries, shrimp gumbo, burritos, rolls, New England clam chowder, barley cakes, pickles, stuffing, pancakes, grandma’s gelatin dessert salad, corn dogs, s’mores, borscht, scrambled eggs, deviled eggs, poached eggs, egg salad, egg fried rice, egg rolls, egg noodles, eggplant, eggnog, lobster tail, açaí bowls, Halloween candy, thanksgiving turkey, Christmas cookies, pigs feet, tuna fish sandwiches, pretzels, chicken cordon bleu, ice cream, frog legs, brussels sprouts, apple pie, grits, crab, imitation crab, tin foil dinners, every food served at a teppanyaki bar, figgy pudding, tea party macarons, okra, all deep-fried fair foods, orange slices, that old box of peanut brittle, and Cheetos.