Cinnamon Roll Waffles

 

These are a great mix between a cinnamon roll and a waffle, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They are extremely quick and easy to make, but taste like you have been slaving in the kitchen. Pair them with your favorite sides for a surprise breakfast in bed for that special someone. If you have any leftovers, you can pop them in some Tupperware and place them in the freezer till next weekend.

What you will need…

  1. Waffle Iron
  2. Cinnamon Rolls
  3. Spatula (wood or silicone)
  4. Cooking Spray
  5. Sides (optional)

 

Let’s get started…

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Step 1

Warm up the waffle iron and get out the cinnamon rolls.

Step 2

Once the waffle iron is heated, spray a light mist of cooking spray to both the top and bottom plates. Immediately place a cinnamon roll in the center of the bottom plate and press the top plate down on top and press for a few seconds to spread the roll. Be careful not to touch any metal parts of the iron; they will be hot.

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Step 3

Prepare sides as the cinnamon roll cooks.

Step 4

Once the roll has finished cooking, remove it with a spatula and place it on a plate.

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Step 5

Repeat with the remaining cinnamon rolls. Some rolls have more added oils than others, so you may not need to respray the iron.

You can keep the cooked cinnamon rolls warm by placing them in an oven preheated to the warm setting. Be sure to use an oven proof plate.

Step 6

Once the last cinnamon roll is finished, remove the remaining rolls from the oven, add icing, and serve. For a less sugary version, pair with a parfait or top with fruit.

Step 6

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-Enjoy

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