Saturday, September 7, 2013

Cinnamon Bun Waffles

It's become ritual that at the end of almost everyday, as I lay in my bed awaiting heavy eyelids, instead of reading, I peruse Pinterest.  If you have not yet discovered Pinterest, it is an amazing website "...a tool for collecting and organizing things you love."  And by things that means anything & everything!  I use it for everything from display ideas for work, home decor, fashion inspiration, and of course, recipes!  
I came across this cinnamon bun waffle recipe... it's totally not my thing to use packaged baked goods, but I showed it to Cory, and it is so his thing.  
He made me promise that I would make them this weekend.  So I did.  

This is the pin that gave me the idea, but the link didn't take me to a recipe, so I kinda wung it!
I don't know if my waffle iron operates on a really high temperature, or something, but the cinnamon buns only took a minute or two to cook?  So fast!  And really this could not be simpler. 
These cinnamon bun waffles will be loved by your dude, kids, and would be a super easy breakfast for a sleepover crew or company.  I made two rolls worth, so leftovers will also be making their way into lunchboxes this week!

Cinnamon Bun Waffles

1 can refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing
1 Tablespoon Maple syrup

Preheat waffle maker. Remove cinnamon rolls from can; set icing aside.  Spray waffle maker liberally with non stick spray, and place 1 cinnamon roll in center of each waffle section and close.  Bake 1+1/2 to 2 minutes or until waffle is thoroughly cooked and golden brown.

Using a small bowl, stir together reserved icing, and maple syrup, stirring until glaze is smooth.
Serve glaze over hot cinnamon bun waffles.


1 comment:

  1. The secret is mixing syrup with the icing, and drowning the waffles in it!!!!