Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s Is Bringing Back Its Popular Froot Loops Mini Donuts

They smell and taste exactly like the iconic breakfast cereal.

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After popular demand, Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s recently announced plans to bring back its fan-favorite Froot Loops Mini Donuts.

Originally released last year, the fast food chains are gearing up for the return of their take on the familiar multicolor hoops. Triggering a sense of childhood nostalgia, the look of the returning sweet treat is directly inspired by Kellogg’s iconic breakfast cereal. Coming in red, yellow, purple, green and blue, the donuts were also created to taste and smell exactly like the cereal.

Priced at $1.99 USD, the Froot Loops Mini Donuts will be available for a limited time at select Carl’s Jr. locations starting February 27 and at Hardee’s locations starting February 25.

In case you missed it, McDonald’s recently announced its new McCafé Donut Sticks breakfast item.

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