Nothing beats the swirly goodness of a sweet and sticky cinnamon bun, especially when they are fresh and housemade.
These glorious buns can either be frosted with cream cheese or drizzled with caramel sauce and pecans. Buns like these also happen to be an acceptable breakfast, snack, or cheat day meal, so go treat yourself.
These are the best ooey-gooey cinnamon buns in Vancouver.
Grounds For Coffee’s cinnamon buns are legendary in Vancouver. The soft buns are made from scratch several times a day and are glazed with their homemade cream cheese icing. They make seasonal buns that are stellar, but the classic ones are a no-brainer when you’re in the mood for this sweet treat.
Address: 2565 Alma Street, Vancouver
Cartems has mastered the art of doughnut making and now they’ve expanded into the world of cinnamon buns. Their vegan yeast dough buns are freshly made in the mornings and given a generous drizzle of their house-made caramel sauce, vanilla bean icing, and chopped pecans.
Address: 534 West Pender Street, Vancouver
Address: 2190 Main Street, Vancouver
Address: 3040 West Broadway, Vancouver
Solly’s Bagelry knows how to do bagels, but they have also mastered sticky cinnamon buns which served with their tangy cream cheese.
Address: 368 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
Address: 2873 W Broadway, Vancouver
Hidden amongst the sky-high piles of meringues, scones, and loaves at Purebread, you will find their signature version of the cinnamon roll, Pecan Stickies. These cinnamon buns are given a generous coating of their housemade caramel sauce before getting a sprinkle of whole pecans.
Address: 159 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
Address: 122-4338 Main Street, Whistler
Saturdays and Sundays are special at Butter because you will find their big fluffy cinnamon buns cooling on the marble countertop. In addition to their classic cinnamon buns, Butter makes special fruit-filled buns such as almond raspberry, peach, and strawberry rhubarb.
Address: 4907 MacKenzie Street, Vancouver
Do not be confused by the Schnecken at Trafiq as it is the German name for snail and refers to the swirls of the soft sweet butter dough. Cinnamon spice, caramel sauce, and lots of chopped pecans are rolled between the fluffy layers of glorious cinnamon bun dough here.
Address: 4216 Main Street, Vancouver