If you ask me, cinnamon rolls are one of life’s greatest small pleasures. Pillsbury’s Grands! Cinnamon Rolls are a great way to enjoy these breakfast treats with minimal effort, and now they’re rolling out a brand new flavor — Peaches & Cream.
It sounds like the perfect pastry to enjoy on a warm spring morning. According to Instagrammer @CandyHunting, Pillsbury asked customers to vote on either Birthday Cake or Peaches & Cream as a new flavor via an email newsletter, and it appears that Peaches & Cream was the victor.
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The newest flavor of Pillsbury Grands cinnamon rolls is Peaches & Cream! A while ago, there was a flavor vote through Pillsbury's email newsletter between Birthday Cake and Peaches & Cream cinnamon rolls. Peaches & Cream won and is finally headed to stores! @rocha_ahc found these at HEB, so be on the lookout! Huge thanks to him for the picture!
Each can of Pillsbury Grands! Peaches & Cream Cinnamon Rolls contains five large rolls. The special-edition flavor will be available for a limited time in the refrigerated section at retailers including Target, Kroger, HEB, HyVee, Wakefern, Wegman’s, Meijer and Alberton’s Safeway for $3.89 each.
The peaches and cream flavor will be in the icing, so be sure not to skimp on it.
This is not the only special flavor Pillsbury has introduced recently. Last month, they brought back Grands! Cinnamon Rolls with Strawberry & Cream Flavored Icing.
The pink icing made for a perfect treat for Valentine’s Day — but luckily, you can now enjoy this yummy flavor any day of the year. The company says Strawberry & Cream is a permanent addition to their cinnamon roll offerings.
If you want to get creative with your cinnamon rolls, check out these adorable Easter Bunny cinnamon rolls. These would be so cute to serve at Easter brunch this year, and both the Peaches & Cream and Strawberry & Cream flavors are perfect for a spring vibe.
Do you have a favorite flavor twist for cinnamon rolls, or do you prefer to go with the classic original?