Philadelphia® Cream Cheese Says Anything Can Be Turned Into a Bagel With “Bagel That” Device
New “Bagel That” Tool Allows You to Punch a Hole in Almost Anything Instantly Turning it into a Bagel to Top with Philadelphia ® Cream Cheese
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Can a piece of toast be a bagel? Can a waffle be a bagel? Or even a hot dog bun? With the Philadelphia ® “Bagel That” tool – they can. Introducing “Bagel That,” a revolutionary new tool that helps cream cheese lovers punch holes in the middle of anything, instantly turning it into a bagel.
To use the Philadelphia ® “Bagel That” tool, simply put your waffle, pancake, hamburger bun, or other bread item into the center of the device. Next, press the lever down to punch a hole to instantly create a bagel. Because if it looks like a bagel, you can put Philadelphia ® Cream Cheese on it.
“People love spreading Philadelphia® Cream Cheese on bagels, but what happens if you’re craving Philly and don’t have a bagel?” says Megan Magnuson, Associate Director of Marketing for Philadelphia®, “We created a device to transform other food items into bagels. Have toast? Bagel That. A waffle? Bagel That. Even a tortilla? Bagel That too.”
Philadelphia ® created limited-edition “Bagel That” devices available directly through Amazon.com for just $10, so you can create your own bagels at home to top with Philadelphia ® Cream Cheese. Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8p93bJZpu0&feature=youtu.be to see the Philadelphia ® “Bagel That” tool in action.
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