Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Old El Paso have launched limited-edition dessert taco shells that have been blasted with cinnamon.
General Mills has just dropped a touchdown-worthy treat just in time for the Super Bowl frenzy! Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Old El Paso joining forces to create a limited-edition dessert that’s sure to score big with your taste buds. Introducing the Limited Edition Dessert Taco Shells Blasted with Cinnadust – a culinary masterpiece engineered for the ultimate game day snacking experience.
And they’re not just bringing the flavor, they’re bringing the star power too! JJ Watt and Justin Jefferson grace the cover of the box, ensuring that even your snack game is MVP-worthy.
This irresistible flavor fusion is uniting fans far and wide – even drawing in taco expert and defensive powerhouse JJ Watt alongside offensive sensation and breakfast lover Justin Jefferson – all in honor of the season’s coveted Most Valuable Taco. JJ’s devotion to Old El Paso taco nights and Justin’s morning ritual with Cinnamon Toast Crunch collide in this epic alliance. Now, the dynamic duo is joining forces to savor the ultimate blend of flavors, courtesy of this dessert destined for the hall of fame. It’s a surefire touchdown with fans everywhere!
This delectable concoction is more than just a dessert; it’s a touchdown dance waiting to happen in your mouth. Imagine the sweet crunch of Cinnamon Toast Crunch melding with the savory goodness of Old El Paso taco shells, all dusted with that irresistible Cinnadust. It’s a flavor explosion fit for champions!
But don’t wait until halftime to get your hands on these game-changing treats. They’re only available for a limited time, so make sure to stock up before kickoff. Whether you’re cheering for the touchdowns or just here for the commercials, these dessert taco shells will take your Super Bowl snacking to the next level. So don’t miss out – grab a box (or two) and taste the victory today!
Oh, you didn’t know: In the year 1969, Old El Paso achieved a historic milestone by becoming the inaugural national brand to introduce a comprehensive range of Mexican meals in supermarkets. Additionally, they pioneered the promotion of Mexican cuisine in the United States through advertising, blazing a trail for others to follow. American supermarkets debuted their first Mexican food sections, spurred by the influence of Old El Paso and similar products. During the same decade, Old El Paso introduced taco dinners worldwide, introducing Mexican cuisine to markets unfamiliar with it.