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People Are Travelling From Across America To Try This Miami Berry Farm’s Cinnamon Rolls

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People Are Travelling From Across America To Try This Miami Berry Farm’s Cinnamon Rolls

Join the flock of hungry travelers desperate to secure the most highly-sought after cinnamon rolls in the country… Just don’t forget to bring your camp chair!

Customers are traveling from across America to jump in line for a mouth-watering cinnamon roll. [Main Image: @knausberryfarm, Instagram].

Knaus Berry Farm, just outside of Miami, has attracted lines of up to three hours due to phenomenal demand. And, when you look at the pictures, you can see why. I mean… just look at them.

 

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Customers often arrive at 6.30am to sit in line for trays of the heavenly rolls, but the opening weekend in October the rolls lured in many as early as 3am. Crowds swarm to Florida from California and beyond just to try the sweet cinnamon goodness.

 

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Knaus Berry Farm opened in 1956, with brothers Ray and Russell Knaus at the helm. Now, as the berry farm enjoys its 63rd season, the booming spot has been taken on by Ray and his wife Barbara’s children.

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If cinnamon rolls aren’t your thing (try these anyway, trust us), there are a host of other delicious goods on the menu. Pick your own strawberries; try a pumpkin spiced milkshake; take home warm bread for lunch; or devour a traditional pecan pie.

But, if you want to delve into the history of the farm, look no further than the homemade cookies. Barbara Knaus’s original cookies were said to be so delicious that it fuelled the family to start their business.

 

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When Is The Best Time To Go?

According to the owners, it’s best to go during work and school hours. The farm is not expected to be as busy as the opening two months in October, but it may get busier closer to its final weekend in April. With that in mind, while you may not need to go at the crack of dawn on weekends and holidays, you still might want that camp chair!

So, for the most divine cinnamon rolls in the states, and a fun day out of indulging your sweet tooth, look no further than the 63rd season of Knaus Berry Farm. Just remember, they taste best by the bucketload!

Note: Knaus Berry Farm only accepts cash! Don’t queue for hours before checking you have the money for the gold dust rolls.

Knaus Berry Farm is open October 29, 2019, through April 18, 2020.