NEWS: Cinnabon Comes Up With Another Use For Their Ovens — Baking Cupcakes

It looks like Cinnabon’s ovens aren’t one trick ponies.

Recently, the company that usually occupies the best smelling area in your mall’s food court introduced a lineup of cupcakes with the most inventive name ever — Cinnabon Cupcakes. Their cupcake line consists of four varieties:

Cinnacake Classic – Vanilla cake infused with Cinnabon’s Makara Cinnamon, topped with their cream cheese frosting and garnished with a caramel, cinnamon swirl.

Chocolate Passion – Chocolate cake topped with chocolate buttercream frosting.

Vanilla Bliss – Vanilla cake topped with vanilla buttercream frosting.

24-Carrot Cake – Spiced carrot cake with a hint of pineapple and coconut, topped with their cream cheese frosting and orange sugar sprinkles.

Just like Cinnabon’s cinnamon rolls, these cupcakes are baked fresh all day. But I’m not sure if these cupcakes make your stomach feel like it ate an entire Cinnabon store, like their cinnamon rolls do

7 thoughts on “NEWS: Cinnabon Comes Up With Another Use For Their Ovens — Baking Cupcakes

  1. What the hell is up with the overpriced cupcake trend?? Cupcake stores are all around the Washington DC metro area. A freakin’ cupcake can cost $2-$3 for an average size one. A big one cost like $5….serious do you know how many boxes of cupcake mix w/ frosting I can buy and make?

    1. Have you ever eaten a homemade cupcake with fresh ingredients, no flavor enhancers, no preservatives, real butter, real gourmet chocolate, homemade caramel, fresh vanilla beans and the person making truly loving what there doing. I would call that worth it. If its a (cinnabon) cupcake its not worth it. It’s like eating a cheap steak compared to filet mignon.I think you just haven’t had the real thing yet.

  2. Damn you Marvo!! My guess is you’re on Oahu, and it’s just not fair! I don’t have a Cinnabons here!!! You guys have all the good eating places. *pout* Get thee to a Cinnabons and eat/review those cupcakes!

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