Brand-New Froot Loops Candy Canes Will Be Here for Christmas 2020

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Christmas needs to get here ASAP.

Kids cereal is one of my kryptonites in life (like that Dunkaroos cereal I’ve heard about). It’s easy to pour a bowl, almost always in my kitchen and starts my day with a smile. You know what also starts my day with a smile? Christmas!

Kellogg’s has now taken two things that make me the happiest and combined them into one, magical masterpiece: Froot Loops Candy Canes.

Candy Cane Season Is Coming Up Fast

Each December, I find myself looking for weird candy canes. The Spree and SweetTart ones are a given, but we can’t forget about the Oreo flavor, can we? Now, I’ve got a new novelty flavor to look forward to… hello, Froot Loops candy canes!

Instagram user @junkfoodmom gave us a sweet peek:

With an inspiration like Froot Loops, we can only assume the taste will be out-of-this-world fruity. As we can see from the packaging, the candy seems to have taken more inspiration from the classic candy cane style than the bright pops of color we’re used to in the cereal. As long as the Froot Loops taste I know and love is there, it can look however it pleases!

See how real Froot Loops cereal stacks up against the generic version.

Where Can I Buy Froot Loops Candy Canes?

You can find this seasonal treat now at Kroger stores nationwide and on Amazon. Each box has 12 canes and should retail in stores for about $2.99, though on Amazon the cost is higher. You’ll have to snatch up a few boxes for the holidays! In the meantime, why not brush up on some candy cane crafts?

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Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.