Missy's StoryThese were so easy and fun to make. Even your kids can make them. A fun twist on regular cinnamon rolls. My kids had fun making these. I really love all the things yu can do with your plain waffle maker.
1Preheat your waffle iron. We have a waffle maker that can make 4 waffles at a time. Preheat as you normally do. Then place (1) roll on each of your burners (depending how many yor waffle iron makes. Then close and cook for 2 1/2 - 3 minutes. When they are done, ice as normal.
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Jan Heiser IOWAJAN - Jan 9, 2012
Raw cinnamon rolls?? Three minutes and they're bakedf??
Susan Feliciano frenchtutor - Jan 9, 2012
Hi, Missy. Ingenious recipe! Yes, I think they would bake in 3 minutes - considering raw liquid waffle dough does it just fine. Having that close contact with the high heating elements of the waffle iron should cook them just right.
I like this recipe because currently my oven is broken - and we're waiting on a part to get it up and running again. I might just try biscuits in the waffle iron!
Stephanie Dodd skeen - Jan 9, 2012
I must try these with my new waffle iron!!! YUM!!!
Missy Wimpelberg MWimpelberg - Jan 9, 2012
Yes ma'am. You know I have been playing with the waffle iron and wanted to try it because I like the texture of waffles. So we tried this, yep sure enough. I used the ones straight out of the can. They will come out just like a waffle. If you like your waffle on the softer side, I would do 2 1/2 minutes. Wait to see the next recipe I post:)
Thanks Susan, these are so much fun. The icing just sits in the crevices, YUMMY.
I hope you enjoy these!
Donna Brown gabbiegirl - Jan 9, 2012
I saw this on Pinterest and thought it looked so good.