Heavenly cinnamon buns found in Edmonton

We’re talking about cinnamon rolls, buns, squares, swirls, bites and twists. Made with cinnamon, brown sugar and sweet dough, they may or may not include raisins, pecans, walnuts and cream cheese icing (or any combination thereof). Whether you’re celebrating Cinnamon Roll Day on October 4, or just like to indulge, just go ahead and enjoy it!

Good Earth Cafe & Bakery

1
M9-10060 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 3R8

A simple‐looking coffee house, their efforts are obviously spent in the kitchen baking up something amazing. All their baked goods are prepared several times a day, and with good reason ‐ they’re always in high demand. Their large cinnamon buns have quite possibly the most gooey centres I’ve ever had.

Highlevel Diner

2
10912 88th Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 0Z1

Their ginormous cinnamon buns have won the Best Cinnamon Bun in the City contest every year it has ran in Edmonton. They’re fluffy, decadent and moist, and can be ordered by the dozen.

Wild Earth Bakery & Cafe

3
8902 99 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 3V4

This place definitely makes the list because they serve up a cinnamon bun for everyone - white or whole wheat, and with or without raisins. For the record, that’s four varieties of cinnamon buns. What makes this joint really fun is their live music Fridays nights. What more could you ask for with your buns?

Sugar Bowl Coffee & Juice Bar

4
10922 88 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 0Z1

Sugarbowl has a cinnamon bun the size of your head. They’re only served at breakfast and brunch, so you gotta come early for this marvel. They’re served in a bowl (to catch all the mess), and topped with a brown-sugar-turned-toffee crumble that’s heavenly.

Cinnzeo

5
1368-8882 170 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 4J2

OK, we can’t talk about cinnamon buns without bringing up Cinnzeo. Since this is really the only place that actually specializes in “cinnarolls,” you kind of can’t argue at how good they taste. They’re everything you think of when you think of cinnamon buns: melt-in-your-mouth dough, the cinnamon and brown sugar gooey centre and, of course, cream cheese icing.

Italian Bakery

6
10644 97 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 2L6

Opened in October 1960, this authentic Italian bakery makes everything fresh and everything is true to tradition. From cannolis to cappuccinos, this is the real deal. There’s a nice community feel when you walk in to the bakery, even with old timers sitting at a table reading the Italian papers. Try their take on cinnamon buns with a beautiful cafe latte.

Bonton Bakery

7
8720 149 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5R 1B6

They bake a cinnamon bread daily that is kind of like a whole loaf of cinnamon rolls. It’s pretty phenomenal. They also make some mean mini cinnamon buns (sans raisins) that are perfect for on-the-go snacking. Their sticky buns (and rings) - though with no cinnamon to be tasted - offer up a nice variety on the traditional pastry.

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