Costco Is Selling HUGE Boxes of Annie’s Cinnamon Rolls, So Breakfast Is Served

Annie's Cinnamon Rolls = pure goodness.

Costco is the expert at giving us gargantuan sizes of anything we might need, from Metamucil to a 30-pack of frosted animal cookies.

Now, the warehouse has blessed us with huge boxes of Annie’s cinnamon rolls, and we can’t wait to pick ’em up. Read on for the gooey details!

This Is the Breakfast You’ve Been Waiting For

You probably already know Annie’s for their delightful, rabbit-shaped crackers—they’re like Goldfish, but organic and cuter. (Yes, I went there.) You may not already know that Annie’s makes cinnamon rolls, so, surprise! They do, and you can pick up more than you could possibly consume in one sitting at Costco.

Every Costco package includes 15 rolls, but don’t worry: You don’t have to eat them all in one go. They come in separate tubes of five, which is WAY more manageable. And of course, as with everything Annie’s, they’re made with high-quality, organic ingredients, so you can feel good about indulging. (That’s one thing we loved about Annie’s in this cinnamon roll taste test.)

Costco has officially brought back samples—but it won’t be the same.

They’re an AWESOME Deal, Too

If you’re not sure what you’ll do with 15 cinnamon rolls, you’ll find a use for them once you hear this price. All that cinnamon-y goodness can be yours for just $9.99. Seriously—places like Target are offering the five-packs for $4.99, but you can get 10 extra rolls for an extra $5 at Costco. We like that math.

These aren’t up for sale on the Costco website yet, so it might be worth calling your local Costco to make sure they’re in stock before you make the trip. Oh, and if you’re a fan of sweet treats, you’re sure to love these Hostess s’mores cupcakes. They taste JUST like the real deal!

You Can Make Cinnamon Rolls at Home, Too
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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.