Pillsbury’s Hot Cocoa Rolls Are Back—and We’re SO Ready!

Back by popular demand, Pillsbury's Hot Cocoa Rolls are hard to resist.

It seems that hot cocoa is the flavor of the season. Sure, a cup of hot cocoa is delightful (especially from our favorite hot cocoa brands), but you’ll find the flavor popping up all over the grocery store, too. Costco’s hot cocoa bombs have gone viral on TikTok, and Pillsbury just re-released their Hot Cocoa cookie dough. Speaking of Pillsbury, that’s not the only cozy-sweet treat they have up their sleeve this year…

Pillsbury’s Hot Cocoa Rolls are finally back for the holiday season. Here’s why you need to stock up ASAP.

What’s in the Tube?

Each can holds five “grand” rolls swirled with a cocoa filling and iced with marshmallow-y goodness. Talk about delicious! All you have to do is preheat your oven to a toasty 350 degrees, then pop them in for 25-29 minutes. The result will be ooey-gooey Hot Cocoa Rolls no winter morning is complete without.

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These rolls are only available through the holiday season, so don’t expect to find them after December. And don’t worry if you can’t make it to the store in time—you can still make your own with one of these delicious cinnamon roll recipes!

Where to Find Hot Cocoa Rolls

If you’re craving Pillsbury’s Hot Cocoa Rolls—and who wouldn’t be by now?—you can find them at Walmart for $3.78 a pop. You can also find these rolls at Aldi right now for a similar price—less than $4. Unfortunately, you can’t order these online, so you’ll have to head in-store to get your hands on breakfast’s most indulgent pick-me-up.

Throw these in the oven and cozy up with this year’s best Hallmark Christmas movie. That’s what the season is made for, after all!

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Jacqueline Weiss
Jacqueline is a blogger and writer, passionate about sharing the latest in helpful tips and trends in food and cooking. In her spare time, you’ll find her trying new restaurants and experimenting in the kitchen.