Monday, January 7, 2013

How should one break in the waffle iron they received for Christmas?
No, silly people.
Cinnamon Roll Waffles!

I've seen several versions of these on Pinterest and couldn't wait to give them a try.
You'll never believe how simple they are.  
They're so simple I can't imagine baking a tube of cinnamon rolls the normal way again.
For reals.

So, here's what you do.
Start with some of these.
Grands!® Cinnamon Rolls
Any variety you choose.
(I used the regular size, not the larger Grands style.)
Spray your waffle iron with non-stick spray.
Then, put the cinnamon rolls on the preheated waffle iron like this.
Close the lid and cook them for 2-2.5 minutes until they look like this.
Drizzle the frosting from the tube on top and you end up with these!
They were so yummy!

I didn't have to heat up the house with the oven.
It only took 2 minutes to cook them.
So easy breezy.

I can't wait to see what else I can try with for my new waffle iron.  
I'm sure I'll use it for waffles eventually. 

So, give these a try and let me know what you think!

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  1. break waffle iron hymen, check!

  2. That looks so yummy...and super easy!! YUMMY!!

  3. Glad to know this idea works.

  4. WOW! I want these NOW!!! Pinned! I'd like to invite you to participate in my Pin Me Linky Party. It goes Fri-Wed. I allow up to 3 links each week!

  5. Oh my gosh - I am suddenly craving a cinnamon roll!!

  6. These look so good! Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects!

  7. Those look so yummy and cute, too! I love the orange rolls, I'll have to try them. I've heard of people having good success at making hash browns in the waffle irons!

  8. What a fun way to begin using your waffle iron! I've had a tube of biscuits on hand for a couple of months now to do this very thing...and I must get it done soon. I'm just afraid I'll every one of them unless I have someone else around.


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