In light of the recent news that Tim Hortons is parting ways with Cold Stone Creamery in Canadian stores, there were some other menu changes afoot that we almost missed. And as far as we're concerned, this is information the Canadian public needs to have.

According to the same press release that announced the change, 24 items will be disappearing from Tim Hortons menus as soon as the supply runs out. Among them are favourites like the Timbit Dutchie and gingerbread cookies — yes, all the gingerbread cookies.

While we have our suspicions about how long this gingerbread-less existence will last once the holidays come along, we are hoping that the revisions will make room for some new items on the menu. We don't have our hopes quite as high as the Jason Priestly, but we are thinking Timmies might be able to do something rather great with the cronut trend.

As of now, the official word is that the changes will make room for more beverage options, including the Tim Hortons line of K-cups and T-discs for single serve coffee machines.

Take a look at the discontinued items Tim Hortons has revealed to the public so far. As of now, there are five specific discounted treats, while the remaining 19 items include seasonal cookies and one-off smiley face cookies. And let us know, what would you like to see on the menu instead?

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  • Danishes

    Both the chocolate (shown) and the blueberry danish will be discontinued. <a href="http://miiyasiincreativearts.blogspot.ca/2011_01_01_archive.html" target="_blank">Photo courtesy of Creative Souls</a>.

  • Double Berry Muffin

    Dubbed the "low fat" double berry muffing, coming in at 290 calories, perhaps it's for the best this one goes. <a href="http://www.beegoesbananas.com/2013/02/julius.html" target="_blank">Photo courtesy of Bee Goes Bananas</a>.

  • Mixed Berry Smoothie

    Filled with strawberry, blueberry, blackberry and raspberry, this Mixed Berry Smoothie will no longer be offered by Tim Hortons. The Strawberry Banana option remains — for now.

  • Timbit Dutchie

    Known to some as the quintessential Canadian doughnut, a dutchie is a glazed doughnut with raisins — but it'll no longer be available in miniature form.

  • Walnut Crunch Donut

    According to Fitbie, the Walnut Crunch doughnut <a href="http://www.fitbie.com/eat-right/tips/10-despicable-doughnuts/tip/7" target="_blank">has more calories, sugar and fat than a scoop of Haagen Dazs' cookie dough ice cream</a> — so good riddance!

  • All The Gingerbread

    That's right. All of them. No more Christmas gingerbread ... <a href="http://www.myadorablesmalltownlife.com/2013/12/tim-hortons-treats-foodpicfriday.html" target="_blank">Photo courtesy of My Adorable Small Town Life</a>

  • Snowman gingerbread ... <a href="http://notyourcheese.org/wordpress/?p=139" target="_blank">Photo courtesy of Not Your Cheese</a>

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle gingerbread <a href="http://twicsy.com/i/Cv6EKd" target="_blank">Photo coutresy of Twicsy</a>

  • NEXT: Problems that only happen at Tim Hortons

  • When The Icing Comes Off Your Boston Cream

  • When A Variety Pack Is Basically All Plain

  • Having To Dig For All The Good Timbits At The Bottom Of A Snack Pack...

  • Or Fight Over The Last One

  • Ordering A Double Double And Getting A Regular

  • When They Don't Have The Doughnuts You Like

    Chocolate with toasted coconut? Strawberry-filled with white frosting? Good luck with that.

  • And Sometimes You Get Stuck With The Stale Ones

  • Uggghhhhhhh The Lineups Get So Long

  • Heck, Even THIS GUY Thinks So

    <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/09/17/tim-hortons-ceo-us-growth_n_3941673.html" target="_blank">Tim Hortons CEO Marc Caira admits Timmie Hos lineups are too long</a>. Coooooome on vending machines!

  • The Lids!!!

    <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/08/14/tim-hortons-lids-letter-photo_n_3757416.html" target="_blank">Arg!!!</a>

  • (Although There Are Some Easy Fixes To That Tims Problem)

    Try folding the flap down. Timmies also <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/08/21/tim-hortons-lids-letter_n_3790819.html" target="_blank">suggests asking for one of the specialty drink lids</a>.

  • When All That's Left Of The Iced Capp Is Ice

    You basically need a spoon to eat it.

  • Having To Ask For A Bagel To Be Double-Toasted To Get It Just Right

    Even then, sometimes it's <em>still </em>not toasted… or it's burnt around the edges.

  • The Powder From Powdered Doughnuts Is Impossible To Get Off Your Clothes

  • Smile Cookies Aren't Always So Smiley

  • (But They're Still Tooootally Worth It)

    The proceeds <a href="http://www.timhortons.com/ca/en/difference/smile-cookies.html" target="_blank">go to local charities, hospitals and community programs across Canada</a>.

  • When There's Too Little Cream Cheese...

    Or WAY too much.

  • It Sucks When You Haven't Won Roll Up The Rim In A While...

  • Or When You Throw Out The Cup By Accident

  • Or When They Don't Give You A Roll Up The Rim Cup At All

    WHY?!?!?!

  • When An Extra Large Just Doesn't Do The Trick

  • OK, Tims Has Its Problems. But No Matter How Many There Are...

  • We Just Can't Give It Up

  • Seriously, Timbits Are Basically Happiness In Dough Form

  • And The Coffee Is Pretty Decent

    Although not everyone agrees.

  • And Some Employees Really Make Your Day

  • Timmies For Life

  • MORE: Canadian First-World Problems

  • First Day Of Spring Finally Arrives... Snowstorm hits.

  • Just Got Netflix... U.S. Selection Is WAY Better.

  • Rogers Or Bell... Take Your Pick.

  • When I Travel Abroad, Locals Think I’m American.

  • When I Type '?,' It Comes Out As 'É'

  • Watched The Super Bowl... Didn't See The Good Ads.

  • Loonie Is At Par With U.S. Dollar... Prices Aren’t Adjusted.

  • Uses Canadian Spelling... Gets Corrected By U.S. Spell-Checker.

  • Forget Shipping Fees... Seller Won’t Even Ship To Canada

  • Goes To Buy A Chocolate Bar... They're Out Of Coffee Crisp.

  • Asks For A Double-Double... U.S. Cashier Doesn't Understand.

  • Tried To Watch Video Online... Geoblocked!

  • Paid $1.98 Charge With A Toonie... Got No Change.

  • Site Asks For ZIP Code And State... What, No Postal Codes?

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