Cini-Minis Are Back
Andrew Parker - December 2, 2018

Happiest Days

By Edward H. Donnelly

I said to the little children,
"You are living your happiest days,"
And their bright eyes opened wider In innocent amaze.
For their happiness was so perfect,
They did not know it then;
"Oh, no," they said, "there'll be happier days
When we are women and men."

I said to the youth and maiden,
"You are living your happiest days,"
And into their sparkling eyes there crept
A dreamy, far-off gaze;
And their hands sought one another,
And their cheeks flushed rosy red;
" Oh, no," they said, " there'll be happier days
For us when we are wed."

I said to the man and woman,
"You are living your happiest days,"
As they laughingly watched together
Their baby's cunning ways.
"These days are days of labor.
They can hardly be our best;
There'll be happier days when the children are grown,
And we have earned our rest."

I said to the aged couple,
"You are living your happiest days,"
Your children do you honor,
You have won success and praise.
" With a peaceful look they answered,
"God is good to us, that's true: But we think there are happier days for us
In the life we're going to."

‘90s kids, guess what?! Breakfast is about to get the nostalgia that you’ve been craving.  Burger King has so nicely decided to bring back their Cini-Minis. And just when you thought it couldn’t possibly get any better, it does. They are FREE.

 

Yes, you got that right, free! Of course, there’s a catch, however. You can only get these mini cinnamon rolls if you make a minimum order of $10 through Grubhub until the end of 2018.  But since you were most likely planning on ordering something from Burger King anyway, then it’s basically still free.  Even if you don’t want to spend $10 on yourself, you can always team up with a friend.

 

Back in the day, Burger King worked together with Pillsbury in making a variety of mouthwatering breakfast items.  Their biggest hit was without a doubt, Cini-Minis, which came out in 1998.  It’s not exactly clear when they were discontinued, or why, but as long as they are coming back, we’re not complaining.