Cereal favorites instantly transport you to Saturday morning cartoon marathons
PORTLAND, Ore. (March 15, 2021) – Salt & Straw is whipping up nostalgic notes with their Cereal-sly series, available in Portland-area scoop shops and for nationwide delivery starting March 19. This menu captures the normalcy and nostalgia that comes with a simple bowl of cereal and milk. Breakfast-inspired flavors include Snap ‘N Crackle Marshmallow Treats, Cornflake Cookies w/ Marionberry Jam, and dairy-free Peanut Butter Captain Munch.
Longtime fans of Salt & Straw can rejoice knowing beloved flavor Pots of Gold & Rainbows will make a charming return for the series. The legendary technicolor favorite features meticulously hand-sorted luck and charms. Cream is steeped in the whole-grain cereal for that bottom-of-the-bowl sweetened milk before stirring in mountains of rainbow ‘mallows.
Salt & Straw is especially excited to partner with OffLimits for the first time with the OffLimits’ Dash Cold Brew Cocoa Crisps. Similar to what Salt & Straw has done with ice cream, OffLimits founder Emily Elyse Miller — and author of Breakfast: The Cookbook — has rethought what cereal can be by creating out-of-the-box flavors. OffLimits Coffee & Cocoa Cereal features the first ever female cereal mascot, Dash, and uses high quality ingredients such as organic cocoa and micro-roasted coffee from Intelligentsia. The vegan, gluten free cereal turns milk (alternative or dairy) into cold brew. It’s a whole new kind of breakfast experience that encourages you to break all the rules, starting with breakfast.
Order a pack for yourself or give one as a gift to a fellow cereal lover! To order, visit www.saltandstraw.com.
ABOUT SALT & STRAW ICE CREAM
Salt & Straw Ice Cream is a Portland-based, family-run ice cream company that was founded in 2011 by cousins Kim & Tyler Malek. Salt & Straw makes unbelievably delicious ice creams that tell the narrative of artisans, meaningful food movements and important social causes. The company creates a unique menu in each city that changes every four weeks, makes ice cream by hand in small batches and designs a generous store experience that’s personalized and welcoming. The debut Salt & Straw Cookbook was released in April 2019, published by Clarkson Potter. Salt & Straw presently has three scoop shops in Portland, and one in Lake Oswego. Pint packs are available for online purchase, and can be shipped anywhere in the United States as well as through the Salt & Straw Pints Club.