Breyers, Meet Cinnabon

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Between the warm dough and fluffy frosting, it’s no wonder Cinnabon’s roll is a classic that we can’t get enough of. Prepare yourself, because now you can have the indulgent treat in ice cream form! Breyers has released a new Cinnabon Frozen Dairy Dessert, which means you won’t have to run to the mall to get your roll fix.
The frozen treat has a sweet vanilla base that’s full of gooey cinnamon swirls and dough bites. It pretty much sounds like they’ve taken a Cinnabon roll, chopped it up, and mixed it into ice cream — which is the best possible outcome we could have hoped for.
“Vanilla, meet cinnamon and dough,” the description says. “We teamed up with Cinnabon, one of our favorite treats, to create our bakery-inspired dessert — Breyers Cinnamon Cinnabon Frozen Dairy Dessert.”
So far, the new Breyers Cinnabon treat is only listed on Meijer’s website. However, if history has taught us anything, this is the very beginning of roll-out. Breyers has yet to announce when the sweet will hit the freezer section, so keep your eyes peeled and your spoon ready to go.
It’s worth noting that while most people would call the 1.5-quart container “ice cream,” it’s technically a “frozen dairy dessert.” The difference? Ice cream is required to have a specific level of milk-fat content, and other things. But you probably haven’t noticed that other “ice cream” flavors that you’ve eaten are actually labeled as a “frozen dairy dessert,” so we wouldn’t worry too much about it.
Now if you would excuse us, we have a Cinnabon classic roll to get to while we wait for this new ice cream to make its way to our local retailer.

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