Tim Hortons is introducing a pair of new treats inspired by a Kellogg’s breakfast cereal.
The quick-service chain unveiled its newest Dream Donut and Timbits Donuts inspired by Battle Creek-based Kellogg’s breakfast Froot Loops cereal, the Froot Loops Dream Donut.
The Froot Loops Dream Donut consists of “a sweet doughnut featuring a strawberry icing base topped with colorful Froot Loops cereal and white icing drizzle,” Tim Hortons said.
Froot Loops Timbits are “a citrus cake doughnut hole with a glazed exterior, covered with colorful crushed Froot Loop pieces,” the company said.
The Froot Loops Dream Donut will be available at a recommended price of $1.99 and the Froot Loops Timbits at a recommended price of $0.33 at participating U.S. restaurants for a limited time.
Founded as a single location in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, in 1964, Tim Hortons is now one of North America’s largest restaurant chains operating in the quick-service segment.
Its menu includes coffee; hot and cold specialty drinks, including lattes, cappuccinos and espresso shots; specialty teas; fruit smoothies; fresh-baked goods; grilled Paninis and classic sandwiches; wraps; soups; and prepared foods.
Tim Hortons has more than 4,800 restaurants in Canada, the U.S. and around the world.