Immaculate Baking Co. Cinnamon Rolls

The short:

Cinnamon rolls from a tube that actually taste good.  Way, way better than anything from Pillsbury.  6/10

The long:

I’ll get straight to the point: these rolls come in a tube, are baked in your oven, and taste good.  I almost can’t believe I just wrote that.  Cinnamon rolls.  From a tube.  That taste good!

 

Immaculate Baking cinnamon roll

The bread crust has a pleasant crispness.  The bread interior is moist without being gummy.  The icing — vanilla — tastes a bit artificial, but is one of the better mass-produced efforts.  Oh, and you know how a cinnamon roll is supposed to be, you know, a roll?  These come through with flying colors: roll layers that separate like a champ!

There are actual layers!

I won’t go so far as to say that they’re better than what you’ll find at a bakery — because they’re not — but compared to the crap that Pillsbury stuffs in cardboard, the Immaculate Baking rolls are in a totally different league.

Then again, at $5 per tube (or $1 per half-height roll), they had better be bringing a party to my mouth.

The info:

Immaculate Baking Company refrigerated cinnamon rolls

Available at specialty grocery stores.  Carried in the Minneapolis area by Byerly’s and Lunds.

3 Responses to Immaculate Baking Co. Cinnamon Rolls

  1. I’ve always loved your cinnamon rolls and this holiday the store was out of them, so I tried the cranberry scones and LOVED THEM (so did my guests). Do you ever give coupons? Keep up the good work!!!!

  2. Glad to hear that you like the rolls! Just to clarify, we’re just cinnamon roll fans here on CinnamonRollReview.com, and we have no affiliation with Immaculate Baking Co. 🙂

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