WASHINGTON (SBG) – Is there such a thing as too much fall?
Lovers of both pumpkin spice lattes and mac and cheese may not think so when it comes to this news.
Kraft Heinz Canada on Tuesday announced the launch of "Pumpkin Spice Kraft Dinner." The new dish is made using the brand's classic cheese powder, plus an assortment of autumn-themed flavors: cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger.
Only 1,000 Canadians will be getting their hands on the limited-edition batch that includes the signature Kraft Dinner, a "pumpkin spice boost pack," fork and a personalized white coffee shop-style cup, according to the company.
The best part of this whole thing? Pumpkin Spice Kraft Dinner was initially intended only for Canadian customers, but the idea was so popular that Kraft said Thursday it wants to bring the dish to the U.S. too:
No word yet on when the cheesy cinnamon dinner will make its way across the border to America.