Easy Cinnamon Roll Waffles

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I had a totally different recipe planned to share with you this week, but then I made these cinnamon roll waffles on Saturday and I knew I had to share them with y’all ASAP!    I honestly don’t think I have ever seen my kids eat so fast or so much for breakfast!  Healthy, they are not, but isn’t that what Saturday morning breakfasts are for?

The best thing about them (besides the utter yumminess) is that they are SO easy.  I can barely even call it a recipe, but since there was a small amount of mixing and measuring involved, I guess it counts.

(Printable version of this recipe available at the bottom of this post)

Ingredients:
1 roll refrigerated cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting (the small ones)
1/2 c. powdered sugar
1/4 c. milk
1/4 c. real maple syrup
Cooking Spray
 

Step 1:  Preheat your waffle iron; open cinnamon rolls and remove frosting.

Step 2:  In small bowl, whisk together frosting, milk, powdered sugar, & maple syrup until smooth; set aside.

Step 3: Spray waffle iron with cooking spray; set cinnamon rolls on waffle iron and press down, cooking for approximately 4-5 minutes until cooked.  You may have to press down on the iron during cooking if they start to puff up too much.

Step 4:  Serve with glaze.  Be prepared for much thanks! (And have an extra can on hand just in case!)

Cinnamon Roll Waffles

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What’s your favorite weekend breakfast treat?

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  • Michelle January 22,

    This looks so yummy!

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  • Barb January 22,

    Wow what a cool idea! Did you find that the cinnamon rolls stuck to the waffle iron at all?

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    • Ruth Soukup March 15,

      I use a lot of cooking spray in between each batch & have never had a problem with sticking. :-)

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  • megan March 15,

    hello! this look great and easy! one of the problems we have with cinnamon rolls is that they take a while in the oven and the kids are hungry! so this is great! I have a quick question. I am allergic to dairy and eggs and I get the immaculate baking cinnamon rolls but they are bigger. Do u think I can cut them in half? Or what do u suggest? THanks!

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    • Ruth Soukup March 16,

      We’ve used the Grands size and they work fine–I think you should be okay! :-)

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