When I was blog hopping the other day, I landed on MoscatoMoms.com and found her yummy recipe for Cinnamon Roll Cake Pops. I instantly thought, “Why can’t I make cinnamon rolls in my waffle maker?”
So I did.
And it was good. Really good!
If you would like to learn how to make cinnamon rolls in a waffle iron, all you need is a tube of refrigerated Cinnamon Rolls and of course, a waffle iron! Any kind of cinnamon rolls should work, I used a generic brand but I bet they would be even better with Pillsbury.
How to make Cinnamon Rolls in a waffle iron
Heat up your waffle maker and grease it with a bit of non-stick spray. Separate your rolls then place them into a belgian waffle maker. Close the lid and press down slightly.
Set the timer for 2 1/2 – 3 minutes.
Remove from Waffle iron and place on a warmed plate. Repeat.
Once they are all done (I suggest making more than one pack… it didn’t last long) Pile them on a platter and drizzle the included icing pack over top.
Serve your waffle iron cinnamon rolls warm and with a glass of cold milk. Then, bask in the love of your family for making them a delicious breakfast that took all of 6 minutes.
Just be sure you have someone to share them with, or you’ll eat the whole plate.
Update: Thank you everyone for your kind words, stumbles and Pins! For those of you who have emailed with questions about what kind of waffle maker I use, we have the Presto Flipside Belgian Waffle Maker. It is a great waffle iron that makes delicious, fluffy waffles and I highly recommend it! Check out our waffle iron review from last year to see just how big the waffles are!
- Refrigerated Cinnamon Rolls
- non-stick cooking spray
- Waffle Iron
- Preheat your waffle iron.
- Spray with non-stick spray.
- Separate rolls and place onto iron.
- Close iron and cook 1½ – 3 minutes (depends on your iron, 3 minutes was perfect in my Belgian Waffle Iron).
- Remove from iron and place on platter.
- Squeeze included cream cheese topping over your waffled cinnamon rolls and enjoy!