KAFFEREP Cinnamon bun,

$4.49/ 1.124 lb

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One of the most loved Swedish traditions is fika – socializing over coffee and cookies. With sweet treats in the KAFFEREP series, we want to share the tradition so more can enjoy memorable fika moments.

Article Number704.271.22

Product details

A Swedish classic. A wheat dough bun with a buttery cinnamon filling decorated with nib sugar.

Bake and serve with coffee and good friends as “fika” – coffee break Swedish style.

Article Number704.271.22
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    Includes: 6 buns.

Measurements

Net weight: 1 lb 2 oz

  • KAFFEREPArticle Number704.271.22

    Width: 7 ¾ "

    Height: 1 ¾ "

    Length: 11 ½ "

    Weight: 1 lb 2 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

3.3(42)
The worst frozen baked good you’ll ever haveROBERT N.The batch might have been bad, which indicates poor quality control or this is definitely the worst frozen baked good I’ve ever had. It was dense, hard on the outside and gummy in the middle. We baked it EXACTLY to specifications. It did smell like a delicious cinnamon roll, but aside from that it was disgusting.1
Cinnamon Bun FailSharee B.These were apparently developed to taste like a bun often enjoyed in Sweeden but those who aren't accustomed to the flavor of clove or something similar will find these to be far from enjoyable. Even if the odd flavor that I taste isn't clove it's very offputting as it's a very potent flavor and strange flavor to add to a cinnamon bun. I would not recommend these to anyone craving a traditional cinnamon bun. Back to product development Ikea!1
I was hoping these wouldKIMBERLYI was hoping these would be as delicious as the cinnamon rolls in store. They are not. They're smaller and doughier and not really very good.2
Keep a bag on hand!WENDYThese are my go-to for a true Swedish cardamon roll, with a cinnamon twist. The level of cardamon is just right and so is the size. These are better than the huge, non-cardamon? cinnamon rolls that IKEA sells in the cafe. They make wonderful last-minute "fika" treats! They do take longer to bake than the bag says. You may need to give them another 5 minutes or so to be well baked at the top oven temperature that is shown.5
Could use frosting/icing, a bitDouglasCould use frosting/icing, a bit too chewy too3
Very hardANGELAI expect fluffy texture, but it is not.3
wish it had frostingemilythis was a great alternative to the fresh baked cinnamon rolls we used to buy at the store. I just wish they came with a packet of frosting.4
Shockingly terribleLaVonneI was hoping that these would be the IKEA rolls that we very sadly miss. Instead they are so bad that of three people, two took one bite and tossed them and the third barely got it down.1
Doughty, not to sugaryMEI A.This cinnamon bun is doughy. Absolutely not fluffy. It has little more sugar.2
Perfect no too sweetOdettePerfect no too sweet5
could be better and tastierDavidcould be better and tastier than this. the real product is much tastier than this pathetic spoof.3
Don"t do it!Yi F.Worst cinnamon buns I've ever tasted! Barely any frosting...even the cinnamon swirls were dry and powdery tasting.1
Easy and tastyAMANDAI pop one or two of these in the toaster oven whenever I'm in the mood for a tasty treat.5
Breakfast treat!DINAThere’s nothing like a korvapusti from Regatta in Helsinki… and these cannot compare. But in the US, this is as close as I can find to something that will remind me of the taste. I love the cardamom and the sugar pearl topping.4
Yummy cinnamon rollsmagdalenaMy family enjoyed! Those are easy to make!4
Let rise before baking!BrendaTook longer to bake than package says. Temperature range extremely annoying to get accurate. Do not bake from frozen. Expected light rolls, but these were heavy. Tasted ok.2
Great tasteLoneMy family and I just love the Cinnamon rolls from IKEA.5
Tastes like what you findTROY B.Tastes like what you find at pastry shops in Sweden! Love that it is actually produced in Sweden.5
NoJerzyVery good5
Love themANNMARIEOne of our favorites to pick up5

Function solution

Freshly baked in no time!

In Sweden, the ”fika,” or coffee break, is a treasured part of the day. And the Swedish fika tradition holds that coffee be served with seven small cakes and sweet biscuits, like KAFFEREP kanelbullar (ready to bake, frozen). In Sweden, we even celebrate “the cinnamon bun day” on the 4th of October! This typical Swedish pastry stems from the early 19th century as the accessibility to various ingredients increased after Europe had suffered a period of economic hardship.