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Cinnaholic’s Vegan Cinnamon Rolls Are Headed to Pearland

The sweet treats are customizable with tons of different frosting flavors and toppings

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A national cinnamon roll chain that appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank will debut its first Houston-area location in Pearland.

Cinnaholic, the bakery known for whipping up vegan sweet treats like cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies, and raw dough, will debut at 3422 Business Center Drive in Pearland, according to a press release. The Pearland bakery will mark Cinnaholic’s fifth location in Texas and first in Space City. It counts dozens more across the U.S., and there’s 150 locations in development after it began franchising several years ago.

The baked goods on offer are 100-percent vegan which means that they’re free of dairy, lactose, eggs, and cholesterol. To create their own customizable cinnamon roll, diners can choose from a variety of frostings flavored with fruit, chai, chocolate, caramel, hazelnut, and more, then top it off with ingredients like cookie dough, sprinkles, fruit, pie crumbs, chocolate chips, and tons of other confections.

The Pearland location is from a group of family members: married couple Rohan and Alpa Patel, plus Rohan’s brother-in-law and sister Vishal and Komal Patel. The Patels have family members who are vegan and plan to open more Houston-area Cinnaholic outposts.

Stay tuned for Cinnaholic’s official Pearland debut date, currently slated for this spring.

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