Cinnaholic in Pigeon Forge specializes in customizable, high-quality custom gourmet cinnamon rolls that come in many different varieties.
They have the signature items, of course.
These are items like the Blueberry Pie Roll, which has cream cheese frosting with pie crumble and blueberries or the Caramel Apple Pie Roll which has caramel frosting topped with apples, pecans, pie crumble and caramel sauce.
And then they also have more unique creations like the Tropical Bliss Roll which has raspberry frosting with bananas, blueberries and coconut.
And they are all delicious.
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Are Cinnaholic cinnamon rolls vegan friendly?
Cinnaholic specializes in award-winning gourmet cinnamon rolls that are 100 percent vegan, dairy and lactose-free, egg-free and cholesterol-free. And they are all made from scratch.
That seems hard to believe and you would never know these cinnamon rolls are so “guilt-free” by tasting them.
Is everything at Cinnaholic dairy free?
Yes. According to Cinnaholic’s website, all of their products are dairy free. But I always recommend alerting your server of food sensitivities and allergens.
Are Cinnaholic buns gluten free?
The buns are not gluten-free, however, be sure to ask about their “Not-A-Roll” option if you have a gluten restriction. The Not-A-Roll is like a parfait.
What are Cinnaholic buns made of?
I know what you may be thinking: How are these products actually dairy, lactose and egg-free?
According to their website, their baking sugars are derived from beets and marshmallows. Many of their other ingredients are flavored with fruit, spices and plant-derived oils.
This means many people with food sensitivities and allergies can enjoy these decadent rolls.
Cinnaholic believes in the highest quality ingredients and the quality really shows.
How many calories are in a Cinnaholic bun?
The calories will depend on what type of bun you order. But a cinnamon roll with vanilla frosting has 730 calories.
You can read more about the nutritional facts here.
What else is on the Cinnaholic menu?
One of my favorite things about visiting this Pigeon Forge eatery is the customization. For example, you can build your own cinnamon roll with more than 40 different frostings and toppings.
As a result, customers have a unique experience each time they visit.
Some of the signature rolls include a Campfire S’Mores Roll, the Cookie Monster Roll, the Very Berry Roll and a Raspberry Dream Roll.
When I visited, I ordered the seasonal Pumpkin Spice Roll. My husband opted for the Caramel Apple Pie Roll (without pecans).
We also each ordered an iced coffee to go along with them.
Additionally, they offer items such as cookie dough, brownies and “mini buns,” which can be ordered by the dozen.
As a bonus tip, ask about keeping your cinnamon roll toppings and frosting on the side if you are grabbing them to go. It’s a great way to keep your rolls fresh!
How much does a Cinnaholic roll cost?
Again, it depends on what you order. An “Old Skool Roll”, which is a classic cinnamon roll, is only $5.75. If you order a specialty roll, you might be looking at about $7-8 per roll.
Honestly, these rolls don’t look absolutely huge. If you go to some places around here, like Five Oaks Farm Kitchen, for instance, you’ll end up with a cinnamon roll the size of your face.
But even though these rolls aren’t face-sized, they are little works of art. And they’re incredibly filling.
Both my husband and I had trouble finishing our rolls. They are very rich, and you can taste the quality in each and every bite.
So is Cinnaholic worth it?
Absolutely! I loved my experience with Cinnaholic. And I have to say, I did not expect the vegan roll to be as good as it was.
I would never have guessed they are friendly with so many common allergens. And, the price is pretty affordable, in my opinion, for the quality of dessert you are getting.
How many Cinnaholic locations are there?
According to their website, they have more than 70 locations across the United States and Canada.
Did Shark Tank invest in Cinnaholic?
Yes! Cinnaholic appeared on Shark Tank in season 5, episode 28.
Which shark bought Cinnaholic?
Cinnaholic did get a deal with shark Robert Herjavec. However, Cinnaholic says on their website that they ended up going in a “different direction,” citing a focus on expanding their storefronts instead.
Personally, I’m happy they decided to expand on storefronts because now we have our very own Cinnaholic location in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Cinnaholic is located at 2655 Teaster Lane, Suite 220 in Pigeon Forge TN.
To order online at your local Pigeon Forge location, visit them online.
Have you tried Cinnaholic in Pigeon Forge? What did you think? Let us know in the comments!