Sunday, September 6, 2020

Taste testing Cinnamon Toast Crunch Ice Cream

Phew, it's hot in Southern California. I could use some ice cream to cool down.
Good thing I picked up something new that we can all taste together! Cinnamon Toast Crunch now makes an ice cream!

We'll be tasting the Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal along with the new Cinnamon Toast Crunch ice cream.

I like that the packaging looks so much like the box design.

I do like cinnamon ice cream. I think the cinnamon graham swirl is going to be great. Not too sure about the cereal pieces. When we taste tested the Kit Kat ice cream the wafer pieces had gone all soggy.

Assuming these are 2 cup serving of each, that's 340 calories versus 510 calories.

There's a big swirl of cinnamon going through this. I hope it's delicious.

Can we eat now Daddy?

Ice cream first. And speaking of, I need to get that ice cream back into the freezer!

The bowls are big enough for a few pieces of cereal too.

I was right on both of my suppositions. The cinnamon swirls are delicious! I love the cinnamon flavor it gives to the ice cream. The cereal pieces are there and they're a bit soggy. They do still hold together, just like soggy cereal does in milk. I don't mind it as much in this ice cream as I did in the other Kit Kat ice cream.

Mommy likes the cereal.

The kids like them both.

I agree Alli. It's tasty with the crunchy cereal pieces and the cinnamon ice cream. Just the thing we needed to cool off!


  1. Today's temperature was SUPER HOT...the cooling breeze was nowhere to be found this morning & afternoon!!! Cold ice cream sounds like the perfect way to help cool off :-) Never had cinnamon in ice cream, but it sounds delicious in that new ice cream. Having the cereal on hand allows you to give it that extra crunch and cinnamon kick! EOM

    1. I'm really surprised there isn't more cinnamon ice cream. It's a really delicious addition to the creamy ice cream. But I guess it's easy enough to add a dash of cinnamon to the top of vanilla ice cream. We'll see how that goes in the future.