Cinnamon Toast Squanch Rick and Morty

Cinnamon Toast Squanch Rick And Morty Inspired Boozy Cereal Milkshake

You need to squanch Rick and Morty and make this Cinnamon Toast Squanch for your next viewing party. This Rick and Morty inspired boozy cereal milkshake made with cereal milk and Bailey’s Irish Cream.


Hey guys and gals! Are you ready for the squanchiest cocktail ever squanched?

What is Squanch?

Did you ever squanch Rick and Morty, Adult Swim’s cartoon about a dopey kid and his mad scientist, alcoholic, grand father who go on bizarre interdimensional adventures together? It’s a hilarious, sci-fi, dark comedy that you really need to check out. One of the characters is a raunchy, scraggly, cat-like, alien creature from the planet Squanch named squanchy. Squanchy replaces various words with a variation of “squanch”, which is similar to the way Smurfs replace various words with “smurf”.

Squanchy culture is more contextual more than literal. You just say what’s in your squanch and people understand. – Rick Sanchez


Let’s Squanch Rick and Morty!

How about you keep that one in your squanch and just make some squanchtails.

So, for months, since seeing the genius that is Rick and Morty, I’ve had the phrase “Cinnamon Toast Squanch” in my head.  I had no idea what it would be until I thought of cereal milk.

What The Squanch Is Cereal Milk?

Now you’re getting the hang of it!  Cereal Milk was invented by Chef Cristina Tosi of the Momofuku Milk Bar.  Basically, you know how when you’re eating a bowl of cereal and the milk at the end is exceptionally delicious?  That’s because the milk has absorbed all the flavors and sugar much like tea leaves in hot water.  Chef Tosi’s recipe calls for toasted corn flakes but you can use other cereals as long as they aren’t too heavily dyed.  For example, If you made cereal milk out of Trix or Fruity Pebbles the result would be muddy brown, like the weird paint mixes you’d make when you were 4.

To make cereal milk, simply take cereal and add it to milk at a 40/60 ratio and let it steep in the fridge for 2 hours. Voila! Cereal Milk!


Cinnamon Toast Squanch is a milkshake using cereal milk and since Squanchy is a whole lot raunchy, I decided to add booze and make it a cocktail.  So, let’s just add a some squanching Bailey’s in there!

When you’re ready to make your Cinnamon Toast Squanch just add the cereal milk, bailey’s, and vanilla ice cream to a blender.  Blend on liquify for about 30 seconds and serve in soda fountain glasses.  Top with whipped cream and garnish with pieces of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

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Cinnamon Toast Squanch

Cinnamon Toast Squanch

You need to squanch Rick and Morty and make this Cinnamon Toast Squanch for your next viewing party. This Rick and Morty inspired boozy cereal milkshake made with cereal milk and Bailey’s Irish Cream.

Course Cocktails, Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Bailey’s Milkshake, Cereal Milk, Cereal Milk Milkshake, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal Milk, Squanch, Squanch Rick and Morty
Prep Time 2 hours
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 2 hours 1 minute
Servings 2 Squanches
Author Matt Cetta


  • 1 Cup Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • 1 1/2 Cup Organic Whole Milk
  • 1/2 Cup Bailey’s
  • 4 Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Whipped Cream
  • Cinnamon Toast Crunch For Garnish


For the Cereal Milk

  1. In a large measuring cup, combine milk and cinnamon toast crunch. refrigerate for 2 hours and then strain the liquid through a fine mesh sieve into a measuring cup.*

For The Milkshake

  1. Add cereal milk, Bailey’s, and ice cream to a blender and blend on liquify for 30 seconds.

  2. Pour into a soda fountain glass and top with whipped cream. Garnish with pieces of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Recipe Notes

*You should have 1 cup of cereal milk.

Adapted from Foodie Crush

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38 responses to “Cinnamon Toast Squanch Rick And Morty Inspired Boozy Cereal Milkshake”

  1. Oh for goodness sake….now not only do I need to make this bevvie, but I need to watch the adventures of Squanchy!
    You are putting too many things on my to-do list. 🙂

    1. Matthew Cetta

      No time to squanch! You need to do em all right squanching now!

  2. I have never heard of this cartoon but sure do like the creation you made.

    1. Matthew Cetta

      Whether of not you have seen Rick and Morty, you honestly would love a bailey’s, cereal milk milkshake. 🙂 Cheers!

  3. Oh I’d never known what Squanch is until now o.O

  4. I think I’m entering a glorious sugar coma just from reading this lol. Sounds delicious!

  5. I have been meaning to try cereal milk but never got around it. I just added cinnamon toast to my grocery list!!

  6. Oh my gosh, this milkshake sounds seriously fantastic. I just so happen to have a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch in my pantry now…

  7. So now I feel legit, like my kids would say, knowing about all of this! Seriously though, the milkshake souds awesome, and I wouldn’t have to share it! 🙂

  8. Well, this sounds delicious! And I love the addition of Bailey’s. 😉

  9. This made me laugh! Oh gosh I have to try it!

  10. I didn’t understand the name at all, so thanks for explaining that, haha! This sounds absolutely divine!! Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Ummm yes please! I’ll take one right now!

  12. Sarah

    Oh my goodness this looks so yummy!

  13. This recipe is brilliant! Sounds epic. Love the idea of making cereal milk!

  14. Ok I admit you lost me at Kanye lol! But I have had Cristina Tosi’s cereal milk soft serve and it is delicious. Now I really need to give this a go. Maybe I’ll have a squanch epiphany!

  15. This looks amazing and I want to join your club!

  16. This is epic! This looks so yummy that I have to try this now!

  17. This is such a unique and fun idea. Love it. .I would actually like to try this 🙂

  18. Oh man, you guys sound like you’d be my best friends! Nerdiness plus good food? Yes!

  19. That sounds like a really fun Facebook group and this recipe looks delish! Thanks for sharing it!

  20. Hahahaha I cracked up so much with this post and then I ended by drooling on myself with the description of cereal milk. Now I need it in my life and working out can go to hell. Great post!

  21. Such a fun idea… Made me giggle 🙂 🙂 Will definitely try to make it myself.


  22. Who doesn’t love cinnamon toast crunch? This sounds incredible! Perfect for my next girl’s night out get together! 🙂

  23. hhhaha I love the combinations you made with Adventure time and south park

  24. Using the cereal milk in the shake is brilliant! I would straight up devour this!

  25. What a fun post!! I am repeating squanch and laughing.. Love how it sounds! As for the drink, well hello.. You had me at Bailey’s!! YUM

  26. Bring on the Squanch! Can I have one for breakfast??

  27. Totally cracking up! But, seriously, this looks insanely delicious. Sounds amazing with the Bailey’s for us grown-ups, but I am positive my kids would love the virgin version of this. Great creation! 🙂

  28. Cereal milk is my favorite part of eating cereal, and now you’ve turned it into a cinnamony, adult milkshake. Excellent idea!

  29. This was very interesting to read. I am both grossed out (I never really drink the milk from cereal) and really wanting to try it. I love milkshakes and anything that makes it better is worth a try.

  30. Wow what a great photo! Love the styling on this post. This is my hubby’s fav cereal too

  31. OMG…this sounds amazing…Bailey’s is my absolute favorite AND add ice cream….yes please

  32. Derek McDow

    I would use soy or some other plant-based milk for this one and Bailey’s makes an Almande that is squancharific!

    1. Matthew Cetta

      Hey man you do you! Squanch and Roll!

  33. I would totally make a plant-based version of this (I already make vegan Baileys).

    I’d garnish it with a memberberry too. 😉

    1. Matthew Cetta

      Ohhh vegan Bailey’s! What’s it made with?

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