Sister Schubert’s Cinnamon Rolls – Review

I really wanted to get a treat today, but Grocery Outlet didn’t have much to choose from.  I’d seen Sister Schubert’s Cinnamon Rolls before, but for some reason they hadn’t really drawn me.  Still, with no other real choices I got them. Lord, I’m glad I did.

I don’t tend to like refrigerated cinnamon rolls (at least the Pillsbury kind) because they have a weird metallic flavor (I imagine it’s the preservatives). They are just not that good.  These rolls, however, were delicious.  They were moist, not too sweet, with lots of cinnamon flavor and came covered with sugar frosting.  They may not be as good as homemade cinnamon rolls or the rolls you get at Cinnabon, but for being a frozen product they are very good.

You can cook the cinnamon rolls directly from the freezer, it takes 25 to 30 minutes in a preheated oven, or thaw them first and cook them for 15 minutes or so.  I did the former.

I think they sell in regular stores for $3.50 or so (but I don’t know who carries them), but they’re current on sale at the San Leandro Grocery Outlet for $2. Tomorrow I’m going to go and get a few packages – they are frozen, so I can keep them in the freezer until I need them.

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