Cinnaholic celebrates Cypress grand opening with giveaways
Customers can choose their own frosting flavors and toppings, with options ranging from bananas and blueberries to cookie dough, pie crumbles and sprinkles. (Courtesy Cinnaholic)
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A new location of Cinnaholic, a bakery specializing in gourmet cinnamon rolls, opened to the public Nov. 20 in Fairfield Town Center at 28920 Hwy. 290, Ste. H11, Cypress. To mark the occasion, officials are giving away 12 free cinnamon rolls to 10 people.
Signature cinnamon roll flavors include caramel apple pie and campfire s’mores, but customers can also choose their own frosting flavors and toppings, with options ranging from bananas and blueberries to cookie dough, pie crumbles and sprinkles.
The sweets shop also serves edible cookie dough, brownies, cookies and coffee. All products are vegan and cholesterol-free. Catering services will also be available. www.cinnaholic.com
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