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Cinnamon Toast Crunch Made Doughnut Holes and They Look Amazing

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Made Doughnut Holes and They Look Amazing

Cereal takes its latest form as microwaveable doughnut holes

The new snacks only take 30 seconds to prepare.

Cinnamon Toast Crunch, one of General Mills’ many childhood-favorite cereals, is now for the first time the inspiration for a non-cereal snack: Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bites.

“Cinnamon Toast Crunch is now available in a warm, delicious snack,” General Mills announced along with other new products for the summer, including its French-style yogurt Oui by Yoplait. “Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bites are available in your grocer's freezer section and are ready from the microwave in just 30 seconds.”

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bites are cinnamon sugar-covered doughnut holes with a cinnamon filling on the inside, similar to Taco Bell’s Cinnabon Delights.

Aside from cereal-inspired doughnut holes, the breakfast food has also made its way to milkshakes at Burger King with its latest Froot Loops and Lucky Charms shakes.

To read about 10 things you didn’t know you could make with cereal, click here.


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


Recreating Happiness

Several days ago I started a new service for the readers of my blog. Readers are invited to submit recipes they’d like converted to a gluten free recipe. Then I start working my magic and create a (hopefully) perfect copy-cat version.

For more information and to find out how to submit a recipe CLICK HERE .

My first submission was for a Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe that was recently posted on the Food52 blog and is a creation from Half Baked Harvest . I have to admit that I was excited to have this as my first submission. I kept seeing it on my Pinterest feed and it looked amazing.

I’m excited to announce I was successful! In fact if you follow me on Instagram you will see a picture of my daughter having a bowl of them with milk and they stayed crispy! Yes!

My gluten eating, totally addicted to “real” Cinnamon Toast Crunch son tells me they are way better than the cereal from the store. Double yes!


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