PHOENIX, Ariz. - You've heard of breakfast for dinner. What about breakfast for dessert?
Watch the video in the player to see how they're made.
Creamistry, the dessert concept that uses liquid nitrogen to make its ice cream in seconds, recently debuted a new lineup of ice cream sandwiches...using marshmallow treats made with cereal.
Have you tried our new ICE CREAM SANDWICHES yet⁉️ Choose between Fruity Pebbles, Captain Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, or a brownie sandwich! 🍨 You’ll never run out of a new ice cream sandwich to try! 😋🙌 Come create your very own ice cream sandwich today! #creamistrypic.twitter.com/9V3QBGwSPv
They're made from some of our favorite childhood sugar-loaded brands: Cap'n Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Fruity Pebbles.
The ice cream can also be sandwiched between a pair of brownies.
A limited number of treats are made at each store, according to a news release. Depending on how busy a store is, they could run out on any given day, a spokesperson said. Probably best to call ahead or get there early.
The cost is $6.95 per ice cream sandwich.
The California-based concept made its way to Arizona in 2016 and has quickly expanded to five locations. It's most recent store opened in April in downtown Gilbert.
Creamistry also has locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale.