Chip's birthday was about two weeks ago and I asked him what he wanted to eat, he rattled off a few of his favorites that I had already written down unbeknownst to him, and then he asked for waffles! I got excited because I love waffles! I turned to my Pinterest and got to looking around at lots of different waffle variations that I thought would be a fun add on to his special day and I found this pin:
I like this pin, it looks good, but is it too good to be true?! They look so cute and bite size and is it really that easy to make cinnamon rolls?? I decided to do a pin test!!
Cinna-Waffles, part of a complete breakfast.
The Cinna-Waffles are the dark ones on the left, we also had original waffles and chocolate chip waffles that morning AND bacon. Amazing.
Let me start off by saying these were SO yummy! They were crispier than I usually like (I like mine gooey), but we had a whole roll of cinnamon rolls cooked and ready in about 6-7 minutes (that's shorter than the time it takes to heat the oven!!I feel like that was an infomercial line lol). They tasted like cinnamon rolls and were really good!
As you can see from my pictures my cinna-waffles came out much bigger than the original. I put mine in the middle of my iron and it took up part of all four waffle triangles (not pictured). I ended up putting two cinna-waffles in at a time diagonal to one another and cooking them that way, four DEFINITELY would not have fit on my iron. I think my iron is about the average size, and I used regular Pillsbury cinnamon rolls for this, I'm not sure why the original the cinna-waffles look so small?! But the pin was a success, delicious, easy to make and clean up and they were divine! Pin tested, Pinstrosity approved! Go forward and Cinna-Waffle my friends!!