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Girl Scout Cookie-Flavored Cereal Is Heading To a Grocery Store Near You

October 24, 2016, 5:04 PM UTC

If you’ve ever needed an excuse to eat cookies for breakfast, your wait is over: Girl Scouts is releasing Thin Mint and Caramel Crunch flavored cereal in January.

General Mills (GIS), the company that is producing the cereal, confirmed the release of the flavors to Fortune via email. However, the Instagram account CandyHunting first broke the news when it shared two pictures of the Thin Mint and Caramel Crunch cereal boxes:


For now, the Thin Mint and Caramel Crunch flavored (modeled after Samoas) cereal appear to be the only options; the spokesperson did not say when or if any other flavors would be coming into the mix later on. But according to BuzzFeed, more information surrounding the release will be shared closer to the launch.

Both flavors will be available nationwide the spokesperson told Fortune.

In addition to cereal, Girl Scouts announced in August that it’s releasing two all-new S’mores flavored cookies. But cookie-lovers will have to wait for those flavors too: According to a previous report, they won’t be available until selling season next year.