The Best Part of Cinnamon Toast Crunch Is the Leftover Milk, and Now You Can Just Buy It
Despite what nutrition experts may tell you, there are a lot of reasons to enjoy Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Chief among them is the fact that the General Mills cereal can magically transform ordinary milk into a pool of cinnamon-flavored liquid gold.
Now, it seems like someone finally had the brilliant idea to bottle the stuff. Nestle, a long-standing partner of General Mills, will be releasing their take on Cinnamon Toast Crunch — Cinnamilk, which is probably pretty much exactly what it sounds like. That is to say that it will taste like drinking sugary manna from the heavens.
As you might imagine, this isn't the first time someone's had the bright idea to repackage elements of Cinnamon Toast Crunch in a new format. In 2019, General Mills and famous bakery Milk Bar collaborated on a special edition "Cinnadust" seasoning, which was made widely available at Sam's Club in 2020. Whereas that was meant to be sprinkled on various other food items, Nestle's Cinnamilk comes packaged ready to drink right away, which definitely gives it a distinct advantage.
As of now, it seems that Cinnamilk should become available in January 2021, giving you at least one real thing to look forward to in the new year. Given Nestle's big footprint, this should hopefully be pretty easy to find once it's out in the world.
Is Cinnamilk a healthy alternative to traditional dairy milk? Probably not! But after how 2020 has gone, I don't think you can really blame anyone for wanting to chug as much Cinnamilk as possible once January comes around.