Thursday, August 23, 2012

Cinnamon Roll Waffles

    I saw these Cinnamon Roll Waffles on Pinterest and knew I just had to give them a whirl. Since I like to do things homemade at home, I kept this idea in the back of my head until the time was right and I needed something convenient.

   Warm and delicious, these Cinnabon Pillsbury Grands make delicious Cinnamon Roll Waffles in little time at all. While baking the Cinnamon Rolls in the oven would take about half an hour, making Cinnamon Roll Waffles takes under five minutes!

   These are perfect for lazy mornings, a quick addition to a breakfast buffet, your kids sleepover party breakfast or any time that convenience is more important than the idea of something being homemade. 

Believe me! Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll Waffles are as easy as 1-2-3!


Cinnamon Roll Waffles

Ingredients
1 Tube of Pillsbury Grands Cinnabon
Butter Cream Icing (Comes in tube with the rolls)
Non-stick spray

Directions
-Heat waffle iron
-Spray with non stick spray
-Open tube of Pillsbury Grands Cinnabon Rolls and lay one in each quarter of the iron
-Close lid. You'll squish the rolls by pressing down firmly to close the lid completely.
-Waffles will be done in about 3-4 minutes (When the light on the iron suggested they where done, they were. Probably the same on your iron as well.)
-While the Cinnabon flavored Cinnamon Roll Waffles are being made, heat up the frosting to use for drizzling.
-Drizzle warm frosting or maple syrup over fresh piping hot Cinnabon flavored Cinnamon Roll Waffles.
-Enjoy with a fresh cup of black coffee.

*As with traditional waffles, these are best when enjoyed fresh.

*For toddlers or breakfast buffet/brunch, use a large knife to cut each waffle into four long strips. This makes for easy finger food. Each Cinnamon Roll Waffle Stick can be picked up by hand and dunked in the frosting like a fry with ketchup.

*Remember to spray with nonstick between batches.


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