It's Official, Cinnabon Delights Are Now Available Across Canada

Finally what we've all been waiting for!
It's Official, Cinnabon Delights Are Now Available Across Canada

Cinnabon delights are a delicious treat found exclusively at Taco Bell locations across the U.S. The cute, bite-sized pastries are a perfect mid-day snack to keep you motivated during the day, and are also perfect as a dessert in the evening. Really, these things are a mini-meal for any occasion. Unfortunately, they've always only been available in the States.

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That is until now. Yes, it's finally happening. Cinnabon Delights are going to be available in Canada! 

The scrumptious snack is planned to appear in Taco Bell locations across the country pretty soon. You'll definitely want to keep an eye out for an official release date as the little balls of heaven are only available for a limited time.

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For those that aren't quite sure what Cinnabon Delights are, they're warm bite-size pastries (resembling a Timbit for us Canadians) filled with the classic Cinnabon icing  and covered in cinnamon. Doesn't your mouth water just thinking about it? Whoever created this revolutionary snack is a genius!

The decision to bring the treats across the border came after Canadians basically heckled Taco Bell until they gave in. It's literally been years of begging for the Cinnabon Delights before this decision was made, but it's defintiely been worth the wait.

And if you thought it couldn't get any better, the prices on the dessert are ridiculously cheap too. You can grab a 4-pack of the goodies for only $1.99, while a 2-pack is only $1. Seriously, Cinnabon Delights are going to be your new go-to snack.

Let's just hope the treats are introduced to the Canadian restaurants soon, because we can't wait much longer!

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