How to make Cinnamon Rolls in a Waffle Iron

How to make Cinnamon Rolls in a Waffle Iron

When I was blog hopping the other day, I landed on 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.

How to make Cinnamon Rolls in a Waffle Iron

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.

How to make Cinnamon Rolls in a Waffle Iron

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!

4.7 from 13 reviews
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Don't want to wait for the oven to preheat? Pop some refrigerated cinnamon rolls into your waffle iron for a quick and satisfying treat!
Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 4
  • Refrigerated Cinnamon Rolls
  • non-stick cooking spray
  • Waffle Iron
  1. Preheat your waffle iron.
  2. Spray with non-stick spray.
  3. Separate rolls and place onto iron.
  4. Close iron and cook 1½ - 3 minutes (depends on your iron, 3 minutes was perfect in my Belgian Waffle Iron).
  5. Remove from iron and place on platter.
  6. Squeeze included cream cheese topping over your waffled cinnamon rolls and enjoy!
  7. Repeat.

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  1. 1

    Yummy yummy yummy! We have done the cake pop cinnamon rolls a COUPLE of times already! hahaha I love how it is so much FASTER than in the oven! I cook all KINDS of stuff in that thing now! LOL

  2. 4

    What a great idea! I like cinnamon rolls anyway you give them to me!

  3. 5

    OMG, what a great idea! I love cinnamon rolls and this is a great way to change things up a little! Yummy!

  4. 6

    What a fun idea! Never thought of doing that before :)

  5. 7

    Wow, what a yummy idea!!! Love it!

  6. 8

    You are a genius! I would never have thought of this. And yes, I would eat the whole plate myself. :)

  7. 9

    I’m sitting here wondering how far away you live from me because I don’t have a waffle maker, I go no sleep and now I’m looking at those and MUST HAVE ONE LOL.

  8. 11

    That is such a fun idea, and it looks so so tasty. I would have never thought of doing this. So creative.

  9. 12

    Oh these look so delicious!!!

  10. 13

    Such a great idea and I would have never thought of it. I will be trying it out as soon as I get some cinnamon rolls! Thanks for the idea :)

  11. 14

    I love cinnamon rolls, but have gotten spoiled with homemade ones only. I gave up the purchased ones because they usually have trans-fats (so bad for you!). So, I make my own and freeze them. Pop them in the oven and you have fresh cinnamon rolls. I can’t wait to try them in the waffle iron like this. This rocks! Thanks for the idea!

    • 15

      Homemade cinnamon rolls are always better but sometimes I just don’t have the energy lol! Love your tutorial and the idea to freeze the mini ones! Did you ever try them in the waffle maker?

    • 16

      I would love your recipe for homemade cinnamon rolls if you would share it with me. I enjoy baking all kinds of things.

  12. 17

    My boyfriend wants this now. Delicious!

  13. 18
    Marci Johnson says

    Love this idea!! Quick question- is that a belgian waffle maker?? I wasn’t sure how deep the waffle iron was. Thanks!!

  14. 21

    These are the cinnamon rolls that I have been looking for all month!! So happy to see an easy recipe! Yumm!

  15. 22

    Oh me Oh my! I bet those things are delicious!!

  16. 23

    Fantastic idea! Just shared this today on our Fun Finds Friday…

  17. 25

    Fantastic idea! I’ve got to try this!!

  18. 26

    Oh my heck! Totally cool!!!

  19. 27

    Looks absolutely yummy! Must give it a try and the cake pop too!

  20. 28

    How fun! I’m going to try it on my george foreman grill!

  21. 30

    These make my mouth water! I actually had something similar at a restaurant once, but it never occurred to me to try making them. I am pinning this (and making some) pronto!

  22. 31

    We made these the other night, and they were wonderful! I’m glad I didn’t know about them when I was pregnant, because I probably would’ve gained a ton of extra weight (cinnamon rolls were a big craving for me)!

    My only question is… now how do I clean the cinnamon stuff off my waffle maker??? Got any tips?

    • 32

      So glad you enjoyed them! Also, sorry that it made a mess in your maker! I didn’t have a problem with the cinnamon sticking to mine but you could try laying a warm damp washcloth on the plates for a bit to see if it will loosen and burnt on residue!

    • 33
      Susan Hennessy says

      I googled and found out the best way with my non submersible iron was to drizzle oil on the plates and leave it set for an hour or so. It softens up the burned on sugar enough to be able to scrape with a wooden skewer. That worked great. Be sure to put on a good tv show while you clean the iron because it does take a bit of time! Then wipe down with several paper towels or wet rag. Don’t use soap if you can’t rinse the plates! For anyone looking to buy a waffle iron I’d highly recommend one with removable plates! I couldn’t see this recipe in my future when I got mine! Very good recipe!

  23. 34
    Heather Bell says


  24. 35

    I made these this morning. It greatly improves those cheap cans of cinnamon rolls. They turned out really good. And I just used my Mickey Mouse Face Waffle Iron (which I love because they are the perfect blend of waffles and pancakes) and it was fine. Plus you get a little face on them!!

  25. 37

    I pinned this on Pinterest a while back and loved it so much I had to try it for my pinTerEST Kitchen post. . .come check it out:
    I made sure to give a link to this page! :)

  26. 39

    I think I’m going to make the cinnamon roll waffles on thanksgiving morning! Can’t wait to try them out!

  27. 41
    A follower's husband says

    I had some leftover beignet dough, which I rolled out, slathered in butter, cinnamon, sugar and crushed pecans. I rolled them and cut them as if I were going to bake them in the oven, but my wife had told me about this site, so I tried it. I have a really good, non-stick commercial style waffle iron, which I sprayed with fake butter popcorn spray. I set it on the highest setting and plopped one in. It cooked to perfection in about 3 minutes. IT WAS ABSOLUTELY TO DIE FOR! I only had enough dough for 2 large rolls and got halfway through one before I remember the leftover cream cheese frosting in the fridge. I warmed it in the microwave and put some on, which made the second one ten times better. The waffle iron was a cinch to clean. These rolls are a new holiday breakfast tradition in our house.

    Thanks for this idea.

    • 42

      OH my!!! That sounds absolutely delicious!! Thank you for letting us know that homemade ones will bake up nicely as well! I can’t wait to try it! Who knew the waffle iron could be so useful!

      Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

  28. 43
    paintpuddles says

    Made these this morning, what a great idea and it was fun! Thanks for posting this.

  29. 44

    Brilliant idea! I must try these sometime soon. SO glad you shared!

  30. 45

    What an awesome idea! I think I might just have to try this.

  31. 46

    You have me dying right now!! you made cinnamon rolls into something so cool! I would have never in a million years thought to do this!

    Must. try. on. Saturday!

  32. 47

    Does anyone know if I can make these in my panini press? I would think it would work about the same.

    • 48

      Hi Barbara, I have never used a panini press so I’m not sure if it’s basically the same thing as a waffle iron only shaped differently, or not? If so I would *think* it would work just fine, just be sure to use the non-stick spray! Be sure to come back and let us know if you do try it!

  33. 49

    OMG. These looks so good! I must try it.

    I linked to this recipe on my blog:

  34. 50
    Simple lion says

    These look good. I can almost smell them!

  35. 51

    Oh. My. Word. We made these today as an after school snack since I had a roll of cinnamon rolls in the fridge forever! These are dangerous! So simple and so fast. One roll and five minutes later and we were all moaning and licking the frosting off our hands! The boys (and I and a friend I shared with!) LOVED LOVED LOVED them…I may have to stay away from the fridgerated dough section for a long while!

    Thanks though…Pinterest made me do it!


  36. 53

    I made these this morning and we like them better than when you bake them in the oven. Thank you for sharing this, it’s amazing!

  37. 55

    I heard about these on Midday Connection today! Would it be just wrong of me to ask my husband to swing by the store on his way home tonight? We’re only getting 6 inches of snow. It’d be worth risking your life for, right??

  38. 57

    These were amazing!

  39. 58

    Now I have to add Cinnamon rolls to my grocery list. Gee Thanks! lol
    I’ve made all kinds of things in my waffle maker – several were inspired by this blog: lots of cool stuff.

  40. 60

    Hi! Thanks for sharing your idea, I just made it and it was deli! I mentiones your pin (pinterest) on my blog, and I posted some pictures. Please feel free to visit me at

  41. 62
    Beverly Tank says

    Oh my goodness! I just made these, and I have to say they are AMAZING! (I even let my kids sleep in a little longer just so I could eat a couple extra before they got up and devoured them!)

  42. 63
    dakotacheryl says

    Are you using the smaller sized rolls or the big sized rolls e.g. Pillsbury Grands??? Can’t wait to try these !!

  43. 65

    Easy and nummy – thank you!

  44. 66
    Lucinda Dennis says

    Who knew the waffle iron could be so useful! I’m seeing all kinds of possibilities for my waffle maker now too! Brilliant idea!

  45. 67

    Oh my gosh. I’m on a sugar-free healthy diet and all these recipes are really killing me! I will not eat sugar, I will not eat sugar, oh who am I kidding? I have got to try these. :D

  46. 68

    I let the waffle maker preheat like u said, and the first four turned out amazing! When I filled up te waffle maker a second time, they all burnt to a crisp. There is no way to change the temp on my waffle maker. How do I prevent this from happening again?

    • 69

      Oh no! :( I have never had a problem with them burning or sticking. I would say to try either taking them out a bit early or leave the waffle maker open for a minute to cool down between batches? Also, make sure to spray it with non-stick cooking spray between batches! I’m so sorry they didn’t all turn out for you!

  47. 70

    My daughter just sent me this recipe about the waffle iron. I got a new waffle iron for Christmas so will make these tomorrow.

  48. 72
    Sarah Cassill says

    Looks yummy! I did “waffled” quesadillas in my waffle maker the other day and they turned out great! (Just be sure your waffle maker is non stick and don’t use to much cheese!)

  49. 74

    I am totally confused here regarding your page. You have a Pinterest button for us to repin and share yet you have Disclosure | Privacy Policy
    Do not steal my images, my words, or any other content posted on …posted at the bottom of your page, You have some great recipes and I am now afraid to share them on Pinterest.

    • 75

      Hi Lisa, Pinning a recipe to Pinterest isn’t stealing it – Unless you plan on claiming it as your own or posting the recipe in its entirety into the Pinterest description box. I love Pinterest and am happy when people feel my recipes are tasty sounding enough to share!

  50. 76

    Tried these today! Love them!

  51. 78

    What a fantastic idea…I may have to try these this weekend!

  52. 79

    these look amazing. We use our waffle iron all of the time…this is a great idea :)

  53. 80

    Now, why I read this while I am on a diet, I don’t know…what I do know is that they look delicious and I SO want to try them!!

  54. 82

    Made these this morning-just with Pillsbury rolls. Very good, but at 2 1/2 min the cinnamon burned. Next time i’ll do 2 min. Great idea.

  55. 84

    What a great idea! My 5 year old son is severely autistic and developmentally delayed. He isn’t able to use silverware yet, and it’s difficult for him to eat many foods as a result. This is a great way to allow him to eat cinnamon rolls (minus the frost, probably) with his hands! Thank you!!

  56. 86

    great idea! Repinned!

  57. 88
    TinaSeg says

    I made these this morning with some coffee as a surprise for my husband and they turned out great!! I found you through Pinterest and I am so glad I did! Thank you!! ❤

  58. 90

    These look so delicious!

  59. 91

    I am going to try this for breakfast, I love cinnamon rolls :)

  60. 92
    Martina Mirabito says

    Oh my goshhh those looks delicious lol. I really need to learn to cook so i can make those.

  61. 93

    Found you on pintrest, these look SO good. My husband are having them as a Mother’s Day dessert after the kids go to bed so we don’t have to share :) Thanks!

  62. 94

    dang it. now i want a stupid waffle maker.

  63. 95

    I found your recipe on Pinterest! Made the waffles this morning and they’re sooo good! Bravo!

  64. 97

    i bow down to you. no really.
    i can’t wait to try and share. i hope a panini press will work.

  65. 99
    Vironika says

    I tried cinnamon roll waffles in my cuisinart waffle iron once. It was a disaster! I was soo excited because I am just nuts for cinnamon rolls! They burnt onto the waffle iron, even though I used non stick spray and the waffle iron is non-stick.. What went wrong? I am not craving them and decided to search for a different recipe-but they all seem the same. So figured I’d see what you thought about the whole ordeal?.. thx :)

    • 100

      oh no! I’m so sorry that happened to you! It may be that they don’t need to cook as long in your brand of waffle maker? I know I’ve only used the generic cinnamon rolls, so I’m not sure if that makes any difference or not? I would say to start checking them at 1 minute so that they don’t burn! Please let e know how it goes!

  66. 101
    Lisa Brown says

    Wow, these look so good! I have to try this. Thank you :)

  67. 102

    My sister told me about this (she found it on pinterest) and I’m going to try them for Father’s Day breakfast tomorrow…they look like a yummy yet quick breakfast before church with little clean up and won’t heat up the house too much :)

  68. 104

    These were so good…BUT beware. They make a mess of your waffle iron. It took me over a half hour to clean my waffel iron off because of all the cinnamon that stuck to it. I was not very happy about this and probably wont make this in a waffle iron again.

    • 105

      Oh no! I’m so sorry they didn’t work out for you! I’m not sure why some are having trouble with them sticking? Thanks for visiting and letting us know though!

  69. 106


    • 107

      lol, why not? As I said in my post, I got the idea from when she made cinnamon rolls in her cake pop maker. It’s fun and quick and kind of tasty :)

  70. 108

    I was excited to try these but I woke the dead when every single smoke alarm in my house went off. The result was yum but my waffle iron was a huge mess. I tried again…this time low setting and using non stick spray (even though my iron has a non stick finish) and the same thing happened again. I am so sad because I really want this to work as do my kids! Any ideas??

    • 109

      I’m so sorry! I have only used the generic cinnamon rolls, so I’m not sure if that makes any difference or not? It seems like some people have trouble with them depending on what waffle iron they are using as well. Also, maybe try checking them at 1 minute, they cook quickly! I hope that you are able to get your waffle iron cleaned! I sometimes will use a damp washcloth, left for a few hours inside (and unplugged) to help loosen any burnt on bits. I honestly have never had mine burn and I feel badly for those who have experienced this!

      • 110

        Thanks for your reply. I think it might be my waffle iron. I was able to clean it out by putting water in the grooves and lettting it heat up. Probably dangerous but it loosened up the gunk! I don’t have a belgium waffler…maybe that makes a difference. I think the sugar just smokes too much so even without the gunk I get the smoke. Maybe I will try my panini maker and call them pancakes…lol!!

    • 111
      Susan Hennessy says

      I used the Grands size in mine and had to hold the lid closed,. When my iron’s light went off they were lightly browned but browned enough. Served them to DH and they were raw inside so I popped them into the oven to finish off and it worked out great! That way the rest are all hot at once. I only made two in the waffle iron and baked the other 3 so these from the waffler baked for about 10 mins at 350. Or until a darker brown. Also it’s the sugar that is burning in the waffler. Cool iron, paint with cooking oil, leave set for an hour, and spend 30+ minutes scraping off sugar with wooden skewer. IT depends on what it is worth to you! Delicious just the same!

  71. 112

    For the ladies that had the waffles burn ur waffle iron how did u get it cleaned?

  72. 113

    I featured this on my Christmas in July blog celebration

    I have a featured button, on my blog, if you’d like.

  73. 114
    Lisa Wallace-Robinson says

    WHAT A GREAT IDEA :) I am sitting here at my kitchen table, trying to wake up, with a baby and two puppies that are all wide awake, drinking my coffee, and reading your blog. I am still in my PJ’s, my hair is exploding with awesomeness, and I REALLY want to make a run to grocery store to get a package of cinnamon buns to try this… I bet it would be the day that I run into everyone I know! It wouldn’t be long before the rumours started about my presumed excessive drinking! lol

    • 115

      LOL! They are good but they are not THAT good :) I hope you do get to try them soon though and I hope they turn out for you! Thanks so much for stopping by!

  74. 116

    worst mess ever I would not recommend

    • 117

      I am so sorry to hear that these did not work out for you! I’m not sure whey they fail for some and not for other, it must be a combination of different waffle makers/cinnamon roll brands/non-stick spray.

  75. 118

    Wow I just got so hungry. These look amazing! Can’t not wait to make some

  76. 119

    How brilliant is this?! I’m including a pic and a link in a Gimme Five for Friday roundup of Cozy Fall Breakfast Treats at my blog today. Thanks for sharing this idea!!

  77. 121

    What a brilliant twist, they look delish. Thank you for sharing. Hugs

  78. 122

    Hi! I wondered if I could use my Norwegian waffle iron? If you google it you can see that it’s much thinner than a belgian waffle iron.
    Thank you :)

  79. 123

    I am going to make some of these cinnamon roll waffles this weekend with the grandkids. They look so simple and delicious. Thanks for the idea.

  80. 124

    Those were some good cinnamon rolls. I used a Black and Decker waffle iron. We cooked the pillsbury rolls for 1 minute and 40 seconds. They were yummy!

  81. 125
    judy gardner says

    i have never seen this idea before. i love cinnamon rolls so i am sure i would love these!

  82. 126

    I am so glad I saw the picture of these on the side of your blog. Holy moly these look amazing! Plus I love how easy they are to make. I can’t wait to try them. Thanks for the recipe!

  83. 127

    What a fun idea! It would never have occurred to me to cook cinnamon rolls in my waffle iron, but now I’m definitely giving these a try.

  84. 128
    Sherri Tatum-Hebert says

    This is GREAT for my family reunion next weekend!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the share!

  85. 129

    i will definetly make this recipe! thank you!

  86. 130

    OK, I’m making these tonight, and when I opened my fridge pantry…I noticed I have some Pillsbury cookie dough, the pre formed rounds, that make 24 cookies… I dare???????

  87. 131

    Oh no..another truly evil thought….could I waffle a rice krispies treat? Stop me now!

  88. 132

    That Cinnamon Rolls in a Waffle Iron, They look and taste great. Thank you very much for the recipe.
    I make them at least once a week.


  89. 133

    This is perfect for summer because you don’t have to heat up the house with the over :). Thanks for the recipe!

  90. 134

    I’m sitting here wondering how far away you live from me because I don’t have a waffle maker, I go no sleep and now I’m looking at those and MUST HAVE ONE LOL.

    waffle maker

  91. 135

    Awesome, I’ve never known that waffle iron can make this delicious cinnamon rolls. I will try your recipe. Thank you very much for sharing this !

  92. 136

    Awesome, my kids love waffle very much, I will surely try your recipe to make it for them and hope they will love it. Thank you so much for sharing this.

  93. 137

    I see a lot of interesting posts here. Your blog can go viral easily, you need some initial traffic only.

    How to get initial traffic??? Search for: bucksmagnet’s method

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  95. 139

    Layargaming Waffle iron cinnamon rolls are one that I’ve had on my list for a long. Well, I think I liked them more with a doughier texture from baking in the oven. For me, they were too crunchy.

  96. 140

    Layargaming Waffle iron cinnamon rolls are one that I’ve had on my list for a long. Well, I think I liked them more with a doughier texture from baking in the oven. For me, they were too crunchy.


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