International Delights Is Releasing Fruity And Cocoa Pebbles-Flavored Coffee Creamers

International Delights Is Releasing Fruity And Cocoa Pebbles-Flavored Coffee Creamers International Delights

Perhaps one of the only positives of 2020 is that with many of us working from home these days, we tend to have more time to enjoy breakfast before we get started on our workdays. However, not everyone wants to tuck into a huge meal as soon as they roll out of bed, so why not combine your breakfast with your morning brew with the new International Delights Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles-inspired creamers?

  1. If you love sugary cereals but try to avoid eating them too often, these creamers are for you. International Delights really knocked it out of the park with these coffee creamers. Many of us enjoyed digging into giant bowls of Fruity Pebbles or Cocoa Pebbles as kids but probably feel a bit too health-conscious to repeat the experience much as adults. Thankfully, you can get the taste here without quite so much sugar.
  2. The creamers are to celebrate 50 years of the cereal. How nuts is it to think that Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles have been around since 1971?! The Post Consumer Brands cereals are total classics at this point, so joining up with International Delights for these creamers is a great idea.
  3. Sadly, you still have a bit of a wait to get your hands on these. If you’re thinking you could head to the local grocery store and pick up a few bottles of this liquid gold now, sadly, that’s not possible. International Delights isn’t releasing the Cocoa Pebbles and Fruity Pebbles-inspired creamers until January 9, 2021. I guess it’s not too far away!
  4. They come in pretty big bottles so you can enjoy them for longer. Each of the creamers come in 32-ounce bottles and sell for around $3.29. You can pick them up at Walmart and other retailers once they’ve been released, and I’m betting you’ll want to. Enjoy!
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