The New CinnaGraham Toast Crunch Cereal Will Be Hitting Shelves Next Month for a Sweet Holiday Treat
Cereal lovers, rejoice because General Mills has something so sweet and tasty for you, you’ll feel exactly like a kid again. While some may agree that Cinnamon Toast Crunch is one of the best cereals around, this new and improved version of the breakfast-time chomp, just might put that into question.
Right in time for a holiday gift worth receiving, the new CinnaGraham Toast Crunch is a mix of the iconic cinnamon taste of the original cereal thrown together with the sweet honey flavor of your favorite beloved graham crackers. And if you’re wondering if it’s as good as it sounds, don’t worry; it’s actually irresistibly delicious. Delivering the perfect taste for breakfast, brunch, or even snack time, the new graham cracker-flavored cereal is scheduled to hit select shelves in mid-December with a full nationwide rollout beginning in early January 2022.
That’s not the only new spin on an old classic that General Mills is rolling out though. In addition to the new CinnaGraham Toast Crunch, the brand will also be releasing a few other varieties including Strawberry Banana Cheerios and Reese’s Puffs Cluster Crunch.
Made with real strawberry and banana puree, the Strawberry Banana Cheerios can be found at select retailers later this month and will hit nationwide shelves in early 2022. The Reese’s Puffs Cluster Crunch, however, won’t be available until 2022, and will feature light and crispy peanut butter and chocolatey corn cereal clusters the entire family can enjoy. How delicious does that sound?
For those of you ready to get your hands on the CinnaGraham Toast Crunch right now, you can expect to pay $4.31 for a mid-size box and $5.08 for a family size box. Strawberry Banana Cheerios on the other hand, will only come in large-size boxes and family-size boxes for $5.17 and $5.38, respectively. And, if you want to know what you’ll be paying for the new Cluster Crunch option from Reese’s Puffs, expect to add about $4.31 (for a mid-size box) into your grocery store budget.