2.02.2012

Cinnamon Bun Waffles - Pinterest Pass or Fail



I pinned an idea for Cinnamon Bun Waffles onto my Cookin' Mama board last week - it originated at Simply Designing.



How easy! Cook a cinnamon bun, from the pressurized cans, in the waffle maker. I tried it and it really was that simple!

I didn't use my Belgian waffle maker, just my ordinary thin waffle maker, and I was able to fit a waffle in each of the four compartments. Preheating and cooking took about 5 minutes and it was a fun weekend breakfast treat for the kids!

You can top with syrup, like I did, or spread a little of the cream cheese frosting on top. Easy Peasy!

I give this Pin a Pass!

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9 comments :

  1. I was wondering if this actually worked.....Thanks Jen!

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  2. good to know - I saw that pin too and was curious about whether it would really work or not.

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  3. Awesome and good to know! I pinned this months ago but have been a bit wary of using my reg. non-Belgium waffle maker. We'll be doing it this weekend fer sure!

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  4. FYI I did oil the plates just like I would for waffle batter. Before you try it I thought I should mention that!

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  5. I tried the cinnamon swirl pancakes! Definitely worth it!

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  6. I pinned the same thing and was thinking about trying it! Thanks for confirming that it worked- I will have to try it now! :)
    -Melissa

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  7. I made a bandana quilt for my friend that is having a baby. I posted a picture of it on Sunday on my blog. It was really easy, and I think it turned out really cute. She loved it. Actually it was so easy I think I may make a couple to just leave around the living room for snuggling while watching TV.

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  8. i give it a fail just because of the effort to clean the waffle iron after.

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