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This New Drumstick Cereal Is Almost Like Eating Ice Cream For Breakfast

Ice cream for breakfast? Yes, please!

Drumstick ice cream cones are one of the quintessential treats of summer, especially if you live somewhere where it gets hot outside. The combination of creamy ice cream, crunchy nuts and a crispy waffle cone make Drumsticks a beloved all-American treat.

And, now, it’s even easier for you to embrace your love of Drumsticks, even at breakfast time. General Mills has just released two new Drumstick-inspired cereals that are going to make your mornings a whole sweeter — no ice cream maker required.

These new Drumstick cereals come in two flavors: classic vanilla Drumstick and mint chocolate Drumstick.

An employee at Walmart playfully posed with these new Drumstick cereals at a Cincinnati Walmart location, showing us that the cereals come in both regular and family-size. (Let’s be real, you’re gonna need a family size, even if you’re single and child-free.):

Right now, this cereal has only been spotted at Walmart (Instagrammer @DadBodSnacks says he spotted them in a South Carolina Walmart), but keep your eyes peeled at your local grocery store because it may be there eventually.

If you think this Drumstick ice cream cereal sounds too good to be true, hang on to your hats. General Mills has also just released other decadent items for your breakfast table. Their new Fillows cereal is filled pillows of yum, with a crispy exterior and a sweet-cream center.

Fillows come in two new flavors: Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme and Pillsbury Cinnamon Roll. Instagram account @TheJunkFoodAisle shared images of these fun new cereals:

It’s almost as if General Mills realizes that millions of American kids are going to be home all summer, and they’ll will be scrounging around in the kitchen first thing in the a.m. for a special breakfast. Although, let’s be real. The kids might wake up to find their new Drumstick cereal and Fillows all gone, since these dessert-inspired cereals would be perfect for late-night snacking for adults.

What do you think? Would you add some of these new cereals to your kitchen, or do you think the cereal aisle is starting to get a little too sweet?