Cinnabon, Christie Cookie partner on new sweet good

by Eric Schroeder
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Cinnabon Cookie BonBite
New Cookie BonBites feature bite-size versions of Cinnabon’s cinnamon rolls baked inside chocolate chip cookies made from Christie Cookie’s dough.
 

ATLANTA — Cinnabon has teamed up with Nashville, Tenn.-based Christie Cookie Co. to launch the Cookie BonBite. The new sweet good features a bite-size version of Cinnabon’s cinnamon roll baked inside of a chocolate chip cookie made from Christie Cookie’s dough.

Jill Thomas, Cinnabon
Jill Thomas, vice-president of global marketing for Cinnabon

“The Cookie BonBite is one of our yummiest examples of creativity to come out of the innovation kitchen,” said Jill Thomas, vice-president of global marketing for Cinnabon. “The delicious Cookie BonBite joins two extraordinary baked goods to create an unexpected out-of-this-world flavor combination not to be missed. National Cookie Day (Dec. 4) provides the perfect occasion for our guests to enjoy the ultimate cookie experience.”

Founded in 1983, Christie Cookie Co. is the official cookie provider of the Doubletree hotel chain. In August, the company partnered with American Airlines to provide the airline with two cookie varieties: chocolate chunk and snickerdoodle.

Cinnabon Cookie BonBite
Cookie BonBites will be available at Cinnabon mall bakeries while supplies last.
 

“Our partnership with Christie Cookie Co. is just one example of our dedication to supporting premium bakery brands that offer craveable products on par with Cinnabon,” Ms. Thomas said.

The Cookie BonBites will be available at Cinnabon mall bakeries while supplies last at a suggested retail price of $2.99 for one or $9.99 for a half dozen. 
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