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FYI, Cinnabon Is Stuffing Cinnamon Rolls Inside Cookies


There’s nothing quite like an ooey-gooey Cinnabon roll after a tough day. But now, the brand has unveiled a “first of its kind” product involving both its famous cinnamon rolls and chocolate chop cookies — and yes, we’re drooling already.

The Cinnamon Cookie BonBite takes a classic chocolate chip cookie to the next level with a BonBite (a bite-sized version of Cinnabon’s cinnamon roll) baked right in the middle of it. Baked with fresh cookie dough from Nashville’s Christie Cookie Company, this genius creation is the definition of indulgent — and the cookie’s cross section proves it.

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(Photo Credit: Cinnabon)

We don’t know about you, but we’re struggling not to lick the photo right about now! The good news is that we don’t have to wait long to try these delightful goodies in real life. The Cinnabon Cookie BonBite will be available in Cinnabon bakeries nationwide starting on December 4 — in honor of National Cookie Day.

“The Cookie BonBite is one of our yummiest examples of creativity to come out of the innovation kitchen,” said Jill Thomas, vice president of global marketing for Cinnabon, in a press release. “The delicious Cookie BonBite joins two extraordinary baked goods to create an unexpected out-of-this-world flavor combination not to be missed! National Cookie Day provides the perfect occasion for our guests to enjoy the ultimate cookie experience.”

At a suggested retail price of $2.99 for one or $9.99 for a half dozen, this seems like the perfect pick-me-up when we get stressed while trying to prepare for the hectic holiday season. But don’t dilly-dally to pick them up once they’re out; they’ll only be around for a limited time while supplies last.

Time to stock up!

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