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Pillsbury Released A New Toaster Strudel Flavor

Pillsbury Released A New Toaster Strudel Flavor
Posted at 6:00 AM, Jun 18, 2020

Making decisions is hard. Making decisions first thing in the morning is even harder. But, here’s some good news: If you wake up and can’t pick between cereal or pastry, you now can have both in one handy, portable package.

Toaster Strudel has teamed up with Golden Grahams breakfast cereal to bring us a s’mores-flavored strudel that will be a decadent start to your day.

The new flavor has been gristfor the rumor mill for months, but we can finally confirm that someone has laid eyes on these toaster pastries bursting with a marshmallow and chocolate filling. Candy Hunting posted about them on Twitter way back in April:

The product is out on store shelves now. Instagrammer @junkbanter tempted us with a photo just a few days ago, so we believe it first became available in grocery stores on the East Coast, at places like Redner’s Markets.

Check out your grocery store’s frozen aisle and nab a box if you can. This flavor is listed on Instacart, so you might find a local store carrying it there. You can currently get it at Meijer, as well as Kroger-owned regional chains such as Food4Less and Fry’s Foods.


This isn’t the first time that Toaster Strudel has given us a breakfast cereal mashup. When they first buddied up with Cinnamon Toast Crunch, back in 2018, it was clear that strudel and cereal belong together.


Looking for ways to dress up your Toaster Strudel? Try some of these Pillsbury recipes for banana split breakfast strudel, cinnamon roll strudel icebox cake or Toaster Strudel stuffed doughnuts.


Or, if you really want to get fancy, you can make your own Toaster Strudel with this recipe for semi-homemade berry strudel from Mixed and Measured. She uses puff pastry sheets and fresh fruit to create a homey twist on the frozen classic.

What could be next on the strudel horizon? May we recommend a mashup with Reese’s Peanut Butter Puffs, or maybe even Froot Loops?

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