Now you can eat like an elf.
Though it doesn’t contain three of the foods from the elves’ four main food groups — “candy, candy canes and candy corns” — the new cereal is, in fact, flavored with real maple syrup.
That’s “Buddy’s favorite flavor,” according to General Mills.
Aside from the maple-flavored corn puffs, the cereal also includes pink and green marshmallow trees.
Elf cereal will be available for a limited time this holiday season, a spokesperson for the company told Fox News on Thursday. The mid-size box — which is decorated with images of Buddy the Elf, the Arctic Puffin and Mr. Narwhal — is expected to cost $2.50, and a family-size box is expected to cost $3.99, according to the company.
The cereal has already started to arrive in stores, People reported.
In addition to Elf cereal, General Mills is also re-releasing its Sugar Cookie Toast Crunch cereal for a limited time the holiday season, starting in October.