The 3 million-square-foot center, which opened in 2019, has a theme park, ice rink, water park, and indoor ski center in addition to over 450 shops. It is one of the largest malls in North America.The smell of cinnamon rolls wafted throughout the walkway leading to the store.Kosher, Hebrew for fit for consumption, describes food that follows religious Jewish dietary rules.I had never tried Cinnabon before because I follow a kosher diet and didn't have access to a certified kosher location until now.There are a few other kosher Cinnabon locations in Florida and New Jersey, as well as in Israel. Growing up in Wisconsin, the small Jewish population meant there weren't as many kosher options.The total for those four items came to $13.71.They were steaming and slathered in frosting — I couldn't wait to dig in.The boxes made it easy to carry the oozing cinnamon buns to a seating area or to eat them while walking around the mall.I was surprised by how juicy the roll was on my first bite, with the cinnamon and sweet frosting flavors bursting in my mouth. The gooeyness was perfectly balanced with the warm, flaky pastry. I had no idea what I'd been missing.I felt that the crunchy nut topping distracted from the tried-and-true cinnamon roll in all its glory.In my opinion, there wasn't enough filling inside the churro, nor did the dough match the sweetness of Cinnabon's other offerings.Cinnabon also offers iced-coffee creations like iced mocha lattes piled with whipped cream, but I skipped the caffeine since I visited in the evening.While the churros and caramel pecan rolls were pretty good, the classic version was the easily best cinnamon roll I've ever had. Next time I'm at American Dream, I don't think I'll be able to resist stopping at Cinnabon.