Cinnamon Pull-a-Parts are BACK at Costco | Like Cinnabon But Much Cheaper

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Cinnamon Pull-a-Parts at Costco

Costco’s bakery just brought back its beloved Cinnamon Pull-a-Part!

If you love Cinnabon but would appreciate a more economical option that doesn’t require trekking to the mall, this Cinnamon Pull-a-Part from Costco is the next best thing! It’s made with sweet dough, brown sugar, cinnamon, and a delicious cream cheese icing. Best of all, you can heat it up at home and eat it warm from your own oven while wearing your PJs. YUM!


Cinnamon Pull-a-Part rolls at Costco

We found these Cinnamon Pull-a-Parts in our local Costco bakery for $6.99. For that price, you get nearly two pounds of the perfect weekend breakfast treat. These pull-a-parts were a limited-time item when we saw them at Costco in the past, so it’s unclear how long they’ll be available. Grab one while you can!


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  1. Pixi

    These are not good, the bread texture was awful.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh bummer! Sorry to hear you didn’t care for them. Thanks for the honest comment!

      • Ellie

        I tried them and there was no cinnamon in the buns at all! They had a tiny amount of syrup on bottom of pan that did not taste like cinnamon at all. But the frosting is to die for. I took pictures and was thinking about taking them back after I tried two but didn’t want to fight the crowd’s. Don’t buy. You will be sadly disappointed!!!

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          Darn! Thanks for the honest feedback!

  2. Lexibles

    I just finished a Pan this morning! I thought they were awesome warmed up.

    • Suzanne Bassyouni

      How much are they?

      • Bunny

        $6.99 but your store may vary slightly.

  3. MM

    We tried them a while ago and they’re good warmed up. Definitely not as good as the Pillsbury kind from grocery store but ok.

    • gray757

      Our family doesn’t like the weird after taste from the pillsbury canned ones.

  4. stacy

    Way worse than the canned cinnamon rolls, and twice as expensive.

  5. missysc

    We thought they were great! They were giving out samples so we tried them before we bought them. They were gone in no time!!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      They sound delicious!

  6. gray757

    We love them warmed up!

  7. Erin

    So how do they compare to Cinnabon?

  8. C

    I recently tried the Annie’s organic cinnamon rolls from Costco in the refrigerated section and they were delish!! Would Highly recommend. Costco has them for the best price ($10 for 3 cans of 5)

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Yum! Thanks, C!

  9. Bruce

    Kroger Ooey Gooey Jumbo Cinnamon Rolls are the best!

  10. Ma No

    I LOVE Costco’s cinnamon rolls!! They are better served warm. The texture is better than Sam’s; which are too gooey. Costco’s icing is good but Sam’s icing tastes better. Costco’s texture is just perfect; not too gooey & not dry. Cinnabon’s rolls don’t even compare to Costco or Sam’s. Ever since Cinnabon changed their recipe it has been bad. I LOVE Costco’s cinnamon rolls. The dough’s texture, flavor & density is perfect. It’s hard to stop eating them! Now, I need to go work out…

  11. MJ

    I just bought these from Costco for my 3 boys (who never like the same things) and me & my husband 🙂 . I do not like the kind from the grocery store (they are too dry and I think all the frosting choices are too sweet) – though most of the family likes the grocery store tubes (usually buy the cinnabon kind). I LOVE the mall Cinnabons! Having said that, I would say the Costco ones are right in between the grocery store tubes that you bake at home and the mall Cinnabons. Everyone in our house liked the Costco cinnamon rolls (that is RARE!) and two boys loved them…they could only disagree on how many seconds is the perfect amount to microwave (LOL). I think it is the frosting that really make these so good. Definitely worth trying if you are thinking about it.

  12. D

    How long do the cinnamon pull apart stay fresh for after sell by date.

  13. Laurie Warfield

    These are the only cinnamon rolls that are even better than Cinnabon!
    I’ve been checking for them for quite some time & was disappointed when told they were seasonal! The rolls are perfect(not dry) and the frosting is perfect! I put them in the microwave for 15 seconds & boy are they yummy!!!!!!!

  14. Ellie

    I tried them and there was no cinnamon in the buns at all. Very disappointing. But the frosting was to die for. Thought about taking them back but didn’t. Took pictures of every one I cut open. No cinnamon. There was a little bit of syrup in bottom of pan but did not have any cinnamon flavor. Really weird since all there other stuff is so good.

  15. Darles

    These are not sinnamon rolls. They are balls of dough baked and iced. There is a touch of cinnamon thrown in there. They are awful.

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