Wondering Where to Buy Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls? Here’s THE List!

Wondering Where to Buy Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls Here's THE List!
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Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls are my way to have all the deliciousness without doing all the work. Not that making cinnamon rolls from scratch is rocket science, but there’s just something about them that I can’t replicate. So, whether you plan on having this tasty delight or you decide to have some in the spur of the moment, a few tips on where to find them are always welcome. So, where to buy Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls? 

Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls are available in the bigger chain stores such as Kroger, Walmart, or Target, as well as in smaller grocery stores and local retailers, but you can also order them online and have them delivered to your home. 

One of the reasons I love these so much is that they are widely available, and it is never a struggle to find them. In addition to being available in the stores, I often order them online and have them at my doorstep in no time. In this article, I will tell you where to find Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls, even when it seems they are nowhere around. 


Kroger has an astounding number of 1,274 locations throughout the US, with Texas having the most Kroger stores. You can find Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls in Kroger anytime since they are among their best-selling products. 

A pack of 12 rolls will cost you around $6. It has never happened to get to Kroger and not find these, even when I shop for something else. So, it is definitely a reliable place to look for them. 


Even if you know absolutely nothing about grocery shopping, you must have heard about Walmart. With about 4,600 stores in the US, the chances of having a Walmart near you are higher than not having one. So, whenever you crave this sweet delight, hop to Walmart, as chances are you will find them. 

Walmart’s price is a little cheaper than Kroger’s, but not by much. While Kroger sells Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls for almost $6, you will find them in Walmart for $5.12. The pack is the standard 12-roll pack, including the frosting. 


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Target is also a large chain with almost 2,000 stores around the US and Canada. I have never gotten lucky to find Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls there, but they are listed among their products. On the other hand, I don’t have Target in my neighborhood, so I don’t shop there often, but chances are you will find them since they carry other Rhodes products, such as their dinner rolls. 

Membership Clubs 

Membership clubs such as Costco, Sam’s Club, or BJ’s Wholesale Club may also carry Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls. Still, the supply in these chains is highly dependent on the demand at the particular location, so some warehouses may offer them while others do not. 

Still, if you have any of these stores nearby, it is definitely worth the trip. 

Retailers and Local Grocery Stores

Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls aren’t limited only to big chain stores, as they are often a part of the assortment in local grocery stores. Since they aren’t a time-dependent product, they should be available year-round if the store generally carries them. 

You may have to pay a tad more if you get your rolls in a local store, but not too much. 

Order Online 

The best thing about Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls is that you can order them online. You can order them from Rhodes website, Instacart, chain stores that offer online ordering and delivery services, as well as try your luck at Amazon. 

I order them from Instacart, and they are at my doorstep 15 minutes later. Plus, you get a free delivery on your first order. The delivery fee varies depending on the distance, but it is definitely worth it for the convenience. 

I’ve also tried Amazon, but although they are listed there as part of the offer, I haven’t been so lucky to find them there. I have also found them on eBay, but I don’t buy them from there, since I have other, more legitimate options. 

I’m curious: Where do you usually get your Rhodes cinnamon rolls? Let me know in the comments below!

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