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Lucky Charms and Cinnamon Toast Crunch oatmeal? Count us in!

Cold-cereal lovers who know they should probably eat more oatmeal, listen up: Lucky Charms- and Cinnamon Toast Crunch-flavored oatmeals have been spotted on shelves.

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Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch unveil oatmeal versions of their cereals

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The packets of instant oatmeals include marshmallow and cinnamon crunch toppings, respectively, so that breakfast eaters can "mix in the magic."

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Marshmallows included: General Mills released a limited run of Lucky Charms oatmeal.

The catch is, they're only available in Canada, as a limited-edition product, right now for eight weeks only, General Mills confirmed to TODAY Food.

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Cinnamon Toast Crunch oatmeal includes a "cinnamon crunch" topping.

But are they actually better for you than the standard cereal? By a smidge: Each pouch of Lucky Charms oatmeal has 9 grams of sugar — while a serving of the actual cereal has 10 grams. Interestingly, a standard serving of strawberries-and-cream instant oatmeal has 12 grams of sugar, so Lucky Charms has it beat there.

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Lucky Charms releasing marshmallow-only boxes - for a lucky few!

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Still intrigued? Unfortunately, "There are not any plans at this time to introduce the product in the United States," a General Mills spokesperson told TODAY Food.

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"We know that Canadians love their oatmeal and it is not uncommon for us to launch a limited-edition item in one market," the spokesperson added when pressed with the question many American cereal lovers will have: "Why not us?!"

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We'd be shocked if the company does not plan a bigger roll-out if the product does well — cereal sales have been on the decline in recent years — but if you're passionate about all cereal lovers getting an equal opportunity to experience this mash-up, the company does say it welcomes consumer comments at 800-248-7310, just sayin'.

In the meantime, if you can't get to Canada, try to mimic the effect by making oatmeal, mixing in a tad of sugar and a sprinkling of Lucky Charms marshmallows — if you're willing throw off the cereal-to-marshmallow ratio left in your box.

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