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US Bakery Chain Cinnabon Is Now Delivering Its Sticky Cinnamon Scrolls Across Sydney

Your scrolls will arrive without icing, though — but with a self-frosting kit so you can finish them at home.
By Sarah Ward and Libby Curran
October 21, 2020
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US Bakery Chain Cinnabon Is Now Delivering Its Sticky Cinnamon Scrolls Across Sydney

Your scrolls will arrive without icing, though — but with a self-frosting kit so you can finish them at home.
By Sarah Ward and Libby Curran
October 21, 2020
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They're the sticky cinnamon scrolls that come drenched in glaze, and are famous all across the USA. And at the end of last year, they finally became available Down Under, with Seattle-born chain Cinnabon opening its first Australian store in Brisbane — and then following it up with a second venue this year.

While Cinnabon's arrival in Queensland has been great news for Brisbanites, that's hardly the case for scroll-loving folks everywhere else in the country. Thankfully, if you're a Sydney resident keen to get your fix, the company is now delivering across New South Wales.

That's a handy option in one particular way, as it means that you won't have to queue at a busy store. In Brisbane, Cinnabon's first location still regularly had a lengthy line months after it opened.

As for what NSW pastry-lovers can order, you have a choice between several different packs and three types of 'megabon' — the chain's version of a cake. In you're keen to eat your way through four regular-sized scrolls ($19–21) or nine of its smaller 'minibons' ($27–30), you can choose between the classic cream cheese cinnamon roll, the popular chocolate-drizzled Chocobon and very extra Caramel Pecanbon. The same flavours apply to its super-sized sweets ($15–20), too.

If you're yet to get acquainted with the decadent dessert creations, prepare yourself for aromatic, cinnamon-spiked dough made to a long-held recipe, which are notoriously tough to replicate. One thing that's different for Sydneysiders, though, is the frosting. While Cinnabon's scrolls usually come decked out with stacks of signature cream cheese icing, its NSW deliveries include the frosting separately in self-frosting packs — complete with instructions — so that you can slather it on top yourself. And, if you particularly love that icing, you can buy extra tubs ($5–9) as well.

Cinnabon is now delivering across Sydney and New South Wales. To place an order, visit the brand's website.

Published on October 21, 2020 by Sarah Ward

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