Like a materialistic lover, cinnamon-roll frosting doesn’t play nice unless you fork over a lot of dough and give it some sugar. Have a slice with today’s Groupon to Cinnaholic in Berkeley. Choose from the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of cinnamon rolls.
- For $12, you get six cinnamon rolls (a $25 value).
- For $25, you get one dozen cinnamon rolls (a $50 value).<p>
Must pre-order half dozen and dozen cinnamon rolls at least 24 hours in advance.<p>
Cinnaholic’s 100% vegan cinnamon rolls––lauded by SFWeekly’s SFoodie blog for being dense, flavorful, and moist––woo sweet teeth with oven-fresh bites slathered in gooey deliciousness. While filling boxes and Armani fanny packs by the whole or half dozen, visitors can mix and match classic cinnamon buns ($4.25 each) with unique spinoffs, including the peanut-butter and jelly and mocha-almond rolls ($5 each).
Aside from coating their fluffy delights in traditional vanilla frosting and chopped pecans, the friendly bakers can also customize buns with 30 different toppings and 28 flavors of frosting ($0.25 each). Cinnaholic’s entire menu is completely devoid of animal products, so each cinnamony treat comes free of cholesterol and with less saturated fat than a replica of Stonehenge built of sticks of butter.
A massive selection of frosting, toppings, and gourmet cinnamon rolls await treat-seeking shoppers at Cinnaholic, where everything is 100% vegan and made with soy, beet sugar, and nonhydrogenated oils. The menu features specialty rolls—including fudge-brownie chunk, mocha almond, and rocky road— or customers can design their own. Starting with a freshly baked cinnamon roll, they can adorn it with frosting available in flavors such as lemon, orange, raspberry, or hazelnut. Then they can pick out toppings such as gingersnaps, jam, apples, or pecans before sampling their creations.