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Cinnamon Roll Waffles — 105 Comments

  1. Amazing idea! I love making the grands on Sunday morning before church and this would be a great new twist on that breakfast! Plus my family thinks cinnamon rolls are a diet staple… πŸ˜‰

  2. I made these this morning and they were amazing!!! I don’t really go for the cream cheese so I bought regular frosting and did the syrup. They were so amazing, crispy on the outside soft on the inside.

  3. Found you on Pinterest! Made these for a breakfast food cocktail party last night, and they were a HUGE hit. Super easy to make and everyone loved them. Thanks for the recipe!

  4. I just bought my waffle maker for these yesterday and made them this am! WOW is def an understatement! These are yummy-can’t wait to make again πŸ™‚

  5. I am going to make these tomorrow morning.
    things like THIS is exactly why I love Pinterest!!

    this is AWESOME.
    I read the comments.
    I am definitely going to try them with the orange rolls!!

  6. Made these this morning, oh my heavens!! BOTH my children went nuts for them. This is the biggest compliment I can pay you because my kids are 2 of the pickiest eaters EVER. And they are picky about VERY different things, so our window of similar ground is tiny. THANK YOU!

  7. These were awesome! I had some issues cleaning the cinnamon off of the iron though. They made my waffles stick the next time i used the iron even though i cleaned it best I could and I did use Pam before cooking them. Any suggestions?

    • Hi,

      I’m so sorry you had cleaning problems. I don’t really have any solutions other then using more spray next time. My iron cleaned right up. I’m glad you liked the recipe, πŸ™‚

  8. I haven’t made these yet, but was thinking about using maple syrup instead of corn syrup to mix with the cream cheese frosting. Should work, right?

  9. Any suggestions on how to store/transport these to a potluck? Will they get soggy in the hour before arriving to the party?

  10. Hi Nash,
    My guess is they will get soggy. When I make waffles I always make a BIG batch to freeze. The best way to crisp up soggy waffles is in the toaster. I don’t know if that will be possible for you to do at your party.
    Sorry I wish I had a better answer. πŸ™‚

  11. I’m assuming you preheat your waffle iron after spraying with cooking spray. The directions don’t state it and the photo looks like it’s a cool iron. I’m very excited to try, just don’t want a mess.

  12. made these for our breakfast for dinner night and my family went nuts – said it was the best waffles he’d ever had! best part is zero prep time (i mixed the syrup while the waffles were cooking) and everything was ready in less than 5 minutes

  13. I made the Cinnabon Reduced fat rolls this morning and they were awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this great idea. I first saw this on Pinterest (where else? :D) and knew I had to try this.

  14. I make these on my round, Belgian waffle maker, but i only put 3 at a time on instead of 4 so they won’t squish all together. I have made them several times and they are great! I even have my sis-in-law making them in her regular dinner rotation for her big family =D

  15. Made these and they are wonderful. Just don’t forget to spray your iron. They also cook faster than I thought they would do watch carefully. My family just used the icing like butter and topped with syrup! Yummy.

  16. I am so excited to try this…..I have recently discovered waffles made with refrigerated biscuits and my waffle iron which my husband and girls absolutely love. I think they will really enjoy these, thanks for sharing.

  17. I saw this on FB.. and Tried this a/m..since I had them in fridge…Use Belgian Waffle maker.. and it worked great.. they puffed up nicely. and tasted great.. Easier than lighting oven…

  18. I made these this past weekend while on a RV trip with friends. They were wonderful!! I did not make the syrup. I just used the icing that came with the cinnamon rolls. I would definitely make them again.

  19. Just made these with the smaller cinnamon rolls with regular icing because that is what I had in the house. I used 1 tbsp. maple syrup and 1 tsp. water mixed with the icing. YUM! Had sausage and apple slices. Perfect breakfast for dinner. My 8-yr-old ate 3!

  20. What a genius idea! I hardly ever remember to use my waffle maker and to know that you can make other things besides waffles might make me use it more πŸ˜‰

    Thanks for the tip, oh and I found you on Pinterest πŸ™‚

  21. Hi Sheryl,
    I can’t wait to try your Cream Cheese Syrup, I can almost taste it! Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  22. Love this idea! You mentioned making pizza and muffins in your waffle maker…how do you do this? Just add the batter for muffins? And for pizza…like sandwich maker style?

    • Hi Shirley,
      Yes, you can use your George Forman Griddle. A comment from Amy on July 31. Said she made them in her George Forman Griddle and they turned out great. πŸ™‚

  23. I made these this morning with the pills bury grands Cinnabon rolls. First batch stayed about the size of the cinnamon roll, next 4 I flattened out, still stayed the same size. Wondering what you do to yours to look more like the waffle? I also added a tbsp of butter and maple flavoring to the icing and heated it in the microwave! Delish!

    • Hi Melinda,
      I pressed the waffle maker until it could latch closed in order to smash the cinnamon rolls into a waffle shape. I hope this helps! πŸ™‚

  24. Those look so good, now I know what to do with that can of cinnamon rolls in the fridge other then just bake them up as usual. Think I’ll make those for breakfast tomorrow!

    • Hi Maribel, The cream cheese frosting is made with what comes in the can of cinnamon rolls. All you do is pour the frosting into a microwave safe bowl and heat for 10 to 15 seconds.

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