Taco Bell has captured the hearts of junk-food fiends and stoners once again by announcing that Cap’n Crunch doughnut holes are now available at locations across the country. Originally, these gooey, warm, cereal-flecked doughnut holes covered in “milk icing” were only available as a TB test item at locations in Bakersfield, California. Today, the rest of the nation can enjoy the combination of childhood favorites—doughnuts, cereal, and milk—right in time for Fourth of July weekend.

Taco Bell is writing history by branching out from signature menu items, such as the hardshell taco or the bean-and-cheese burrito, and introducing unique items such as the chicken and biscuit tacocinnamon dessert nachos, and now Cap’n Crunch doughnut holes. Just last month, the chain announced it would begin selling booze at a Chicago Taco Bell location starting this summer.

The brand that pioneered the “Fourth Meal” is clearly leading the fast-food revolution, proving to us all that there are major benefits to being an American living in a world dominated by junk food.

[via Taco Bell]