Cinnabon is selling heart-shaped CinnaPacks for Valentine’s Day

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It’s officially February, which means stores are currently filled with candy in pink and red wrappers, giant stuffed animals and, of course, heart-shaped boxes of chocolate.

If you’re a fan of heart-shaped treats for Valentine’s Day — and who isn’t?! — but are sick of the same old box of mixed chocolates, Cinnabon is offering up an equally sweet (and adorable) treat. That’s right — you can now swap the chocolates for a heart-shaped batch of cinnamon rolls instead!

Cinnabon’s heart-shaped CinnaPacks come in a nine-count pack of MiniBon Rolls and are available at Cinnabon bakeries nationwide for $13.99, though prices do vary by location. If you don’t have a Cinnabon near you,  you can also order them online and have them delivered to your Valentine — or yourself, of course. Be warned that they are more expensive online.

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If you’d rather try to make your own cinnamon rolls for Valentine’s Day, these maple cinnamon rolls can be made right in your Crock-Pot. The recipe calls for pre-made cinnamon rolls, so it not only sounds delicious, but it’s super easy, too!

If you’re looking for something a little fancier, you could instead make this cinnamon roll cheesecake. Obviously perfect for a Valentine’s Day dessert, the recipe has tons of cinnamon and sugar in between layers of cheesecake.

Will you be ordering a heart-shaped CinnaPack this Valentine’s Day?

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