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Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ Milk Shakes MashUp

Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ Milk Shakes MashUp

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    • Prep 10min
    • Total10min
    • Servings2

    MashUp SmashUp: When Flavors Collide. What happens when crunchy Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ cereal collides with creamy ice cream? Another sweet MashUp SmashUp recipe from Taste Seekers.MORE+LESS-

    ByBetty Crocker Tasteseekers

    Updated August 4, 2016

    Ingredients

    2

    cups vanilla ice cream

    1/2

    cup milk

    1

    cup Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ cereal

    Steps

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    • 1

      In blender, place ice cream and milk. Cover; blend on high speed until smooth and creamy.

    • 2

      Add cereal; blend about 5 seconds or just until cereal is slightly crushed.

    • 3

      Pour into 2 glasses. If desired, top each serving with tablespoonful of cereal. Serve immediately.

    Nutrition Information

    No nutrition information available for this recipe

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    Unless you’re at a frozen yogurt shop this summer, you might be disappointed by your local ice cream stand’s topping choices. Oh, wow guys sprinkles… Life-changing. But if you’re at home and attempting to dress up plain old vanilla ice cream, we can hook you up.

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    Take creamy vanilla and make it refreshing. Add fresh mint and the zest of a lemon to make it feel and taste tropical. The texture is also really unique.

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    I believe this cereal, with its utter sweetness and perfect texture, was born to be paired with ice cream. Cinnamon Toast Crunch adds flavor and crunch without getting soggy or breaking your teeth. This might be the best breakfast ever.

    5. Toasted Day-Old Croissants

    Hear us out on this one. Day-old croissants make an excellent pairing for sooo many things. The flakey texture and buttery flavor are the perfect complements to creamy vanilla ice cream. For an extra kick, add raspberry preserves or any kind of sweetened fruit.

    6. Molasses and Granola

    Whether it’s blackstrap (the real deal) or Grandma’s (for the sweet-lovers), molasses has an amazing flavor that should not be limited to cookies. Drizzle a little over ice cream to create an awesome color and taste, and throw on a handful of granola for crunch.

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    The new ‘cakes and shakes’ are the inspiration for IHOP’s latest ad campaign, which is all about letting go of ‘adulting’ and harnessing your inner child.

    The campaign features a Child Executive Officer, the brains behind the new menu innovation.

    “This new line-up challenges the conventions of what we think pancakes and shakes should be. Our Child Executive Officer is the perfect spokesperson to deliver the message because, well, she doesn’t know what conventions are just yet , ” says Gmelich .

    The new cereal pancakes and sha k es are available at IHOP restaurants across the U.S. now through April 12.

    And if you’re lucky enough to make it there on St. Patrick’s Day, IHOP is serving up $1 St. Paddy’s Day Cakes – a short stack of Irish-green pancakes topped with sweet cream cheese icing, F ruity Lucky Charms cereal and whipped topping.

    For more information or to find the nearest location, visit IHOP.com.

    Have an idea for a story you’d like to see on “A Taste of General Mills”? Email us at [email protected] .

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