Drumstick has ‘Crushed It’ yet again with these two amazing new flavors

The Nestle Drumstick cones are so last year. In 2020, it’s all about the Drumstick Crushed It! Bars.

Drumstick has done it again, releasing an iced-cold treat that we couldn’t possibly live without. No, I’m not talking about their legacy product, the Drumstick Cone. The Nestle staple has released a dessert that no one in 2020 should go without and could possibly put the traditional cone into retirement.

Say hello to the Crushed It! Bars, a “melt-in-you-mouth” bar that is coated in cookie crumbles. Now, I’m pretty sure this devilish concoction of ice cream cone and cookie crumbles has been replicated in other bars, but I also believe, fully in my heart, that none could have done it better than Drumstick. In fact, they owed this to us.

As you recall, the frozen dairy treat released the mother-of-all cones, the Drumstick Oreo Cone. We were super excited about this as Oreo goes together with just about anything and everything. To see it paired with the Drumstick Cone was something that foodie dreams are made of.

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Drumstick adds first ever cookie crumb coated ice cream bars, photo provided by Drumstick

Our excitement turned into complete and utter disappointment when we learned that the Drumstick Oreo Cone was only available in Canada, and we almost swore off the brand forever.

I guess Nestle heard our loud gripes and grumblings (and they were indeed loud) and decided to do something for us Americans. Not only does the Crushed It! Bars look tantalizing good, but it could also put the Oreo flavor cones to freakin’ shame.

The Crushed It! Bars come into two flavors: Cookies ‘N’ Cream (its flagship flavor) and Vanilla Fudge.

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In all honesty, I don’t know where to even begin as I could smash both of them in one sitting, especially with the cookie crumble exterior making every sweet tooth go insane.

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These Crushed It! Bars have (so far) only been spotted at Kroger, but are soon expected to be on every store shelf in America. As they should!