If you haven’t been living under a rock (or away from social media), you probably know that breakfast cereal-related foods are extremely hot right now. In recent months, we’ve seen Booty O’s (WWE cereal), Girl Scout Cookies cereal, Adult-themed tongue-in-cheek cereals, and even cereal milk ice cream. It’s about time we were able to sip our cereal through a straw. And now we finally can, thanks to Burger King.
BK, always on the forefront of what’s trending) has decided that the time is right to unveil a Froot Loops Milkshake. That’s right, Froot loops (yes, that’s how it’s spelled) and a milkshake together at last! Not only does the concept sound amazing, but it also opens the door for the potential of other cereal-themed milkshakes (Cinnamon Toast Crunch, anyone?). And unlike Whopper Toothpaste, this is actually real.
For those of us who have never grown up or need a sugary fix after the Shamrock shake goes into hibernation for a year, this shake can’t arrive soon enough. According to Foodbeast, the shake will finally make its appearance nationwide on April 17th. There’s good news and bad news, though. The good news is the shake will only cost $2.99. The bad news is that it’s only a limited time menu item.
Even though Burger King hasn’t yet made a formal announcement of its existence, it has already been seen in the wild. Apparently, the drink has been testing at various locations throughout New York State.
So, grab your day planner or [ut an alert on your phone because April 17th is going to be an important day. Maybe you thought your wedding or the day your first child was born would be the most important day of your life, but they are about to be trumped:
The world is ready for this nostalgic milkshake:
The shake itself consists of vanilla soft serve, a mystery sweet sauce, and Froot Loops cereal pieces, all mixed together to create a symphony of flavor that tastes like unicorn tears and rainbows. Or, at least we hope it closely resembles the flavor of Froot Loops we all know and love. That’s really all we ask.