Cinnamon Toast Crunch Seasoning is the Only Cinnamon You’ll Need for French Toast

Forget about the garlic powder versus garlic salt debate, there's a new seasoning that we can't stop talking about. No, it's not for cooking pasta and steak. Cinnamon Toast Crunch is releasing 'Cinnadust,' which is basically the best part of the famous cereal packed into one seasoning dispenser.

You can't even compare this stuff to just basic cinnamon. We all know that the cinnamon-sugar blend in a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal is somethin' special! I can't wait to grab myself some. I'll be sprinkling Cinnadust seasoning blend all over my ice cream, cookies, and French toast.

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnadust

  • Sweet notes of vanilla
  • Sam's Club exclusive
  • ​Perfect for all desserts

Be on the lookout for the Cinnamon Toast Crunch seasoning. You'll be able to find these at your local Sam's Club soon! Take your baked goods to a whole new level with Cinnadust. This new seasoning blend is going to make a great stocking stuffer for fans of the cinnamon-flavored breakfast cereal.

You know this cereal is the best when someone who doesn't like milk enjoys a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch! ​I'm not a huge fan of milk, but it's so easy to drink an entire bowl of cereal milk when it tastes like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Since we're spending a lot of time at home watching Netflix and eating snacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there couldn't have been a better time than now to release Cinnadust. Surely we all can't wait to sprinkle the graham flavors and sweet notes of caramel all over our vanilla ice cream.

Don't forget, there's also a Cinnamon Toast Crunch ice cream available. You can find the yummy frozen dessert at your local grocery store. Can you imagine? Starting your day with Cinnamon Toast Crunch, making French toast coated with Cinnadust for lunch (with a cup of coffee and Cinnamon Toast Crunch creamer), and having a Cinnamon Toast Crunch ice cream for dessert?

Cinnamon overload for sure, but it'll be so worth it!

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