Is it just us, or is everyone obsessed with Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal? Make no mistake, we are not complaining one bit. The power of the combination of sugar and cinnamon is clearly too big to contain in a basic box of cereal. In recent months, we’ve seen everything from Cinnamon Toast Crunch flavored milk to a magical seasoning that sprinkles the flavor of your favorite cereal on anything you want.
And now, you can get a Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink via Starbucks’ “secret menu.” The not-so-secret Starbucks menu keeps growing as people get more creative with their coffee cravings to come up with their own blends. We’ve seen the Cookies and Cream Cold Brew and the 50-calorie Nutella Cold Brew trending lately. But, with word of a Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink hitting social media, we think we’ve found a better way to get your cereal fix.
It’s important to remember that the Starbucks secret menu isn’t something you can see when you go to Starbucks. It’s actually a collection of exciting drinks that customers have created by combining actual ingredients already available at the coffee chain. Some mimic favorite snacks, including Girl Scout Cookies or even another cereal favorite, Cap’n Crunch.
To “order” an item from it, you have to give your barista specific instructions based on the drink you want them to create. Fortunately, there are a number of online sites and social media accounts that share step-by-step directions on how to order the perfect drink.
Totallythebomb.com is one of our go-to sources for getting the scoop on Starbucks secret menu drinks and it never disappoints with the details. This particular drink is a combination of a white mocha, cinnamon dolce syrup, whipped cream, cinnamon, and Sugar in the Raw.
Here’s exactly how to order your Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink:
- First, order a Venti Iced White Mocha
- Then, ask for two pumps of White Mocha
- Next, ask for three pumps of Cinnamon Dolce syrup
- Then, ask for the whipped cream topping
- And finally, ask for a sprinkle of Sugar in the Raw and Cinnamon on top.
If iced coffee is not your thing, no worries. You can order the Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink hot, as well.
YouTuber Hannah Martin gave a glowing review of the Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink, calling it “one of her top 3 drinks.”
If drinking the milk in your finished bowl of cereal is your jam, then you might want to check out the new Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink from Starbucks. But if you think ordering off the secret menu is too much trouble, you could also try the company’s new Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso — people on Twitter say it, too, tastes a lot like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.