Cinnabon Is Now Selling Its Signature Cream Cheese Frosting by the Pint Because 2020
This year has been full of bad news, but Cinnabon is here to give us something to be excited about over the holiday season. For the first time ever, Cinnabon is selling pints of their signature cream cheese frosting. Yes, a whole pint of just frosting!
Get ready to spread some serious holiday cheer with recipes featuring our NEW limited-edition Signature Frosting Pint! https://t.co/1n4DQAjWVX #LifeNeedsFrosting pic.twitter.com/nE4TqxVcRw
— Cinnabon (@Cinnabon) November 17, 2020
You could take the Signature Frosting Pint home and eat it with a spoon if you really need a sugar rush, but Cinnabon has other intentions. At https://www.cinnabon.com/frosting you can find recipes that were created specifically for this delicious cream cheese frosting. For example, you could try making frosting filled cookies or frosting topped sweet potatoes. Yes, frosting topped sweet potatoes! Picture that on your Thanksgiving table!
Obviously, you could also use the frosting in any recipe that calls for frosting. We’ll probably use it to frost cookies, cupcakes and cinnamon rolls.
In a press release, Karen Sarago, Cinnabon’s chief marketing officer, explained, “Cinnabon fans know our signature frosting makes our classic cinnamon rolls and holiday favorite PecanBon cinnamon roll oh-so-craveable—and now fans can bring the same frosting home as the perfect accompaniment to holiday cooking, baking, and holiday movie watching, to enhance the simple pleasures, smells, tastes, and homemade love that make this time of year so special.”
The cream cheese frosting pint costs $5.99 and is available for purchase at Cinnabon bakery locations, or you can have it delivered. It comes in a cute container that is decorated with a picture of a snowman. We think it might be a nice gift for a Cinnabon fan perhaps along with a cookie decorating kit.
For $5.99, we’re definitely going to need more than one Signature Frosting Pint especially since they are only available during the holidays. Depending on the expiration date, we’re going to need enough to last well into until 2021.
How many Signature Frosting Pints are you going to buy? What recipe will you try making first?