Cinnamon Roll Waffles

My days seem to be disappearing.
Football practice begins next week, school the following week, and middle school orientation…
when did I become the parent of a middle schooler?

With so much left on my summer bucket list, I need to get the MOST out of every day.
Unfortunately, that means getting up a bit earlier, and possibly a little less time in the kitchen
(only until school starts)

This morning, it wasn’t too hot, so we decided to eat on the deck.
Probably my favorite place to be.

Cinnamon roll waffles may not be MY genius idea, but they sure are good.
We do love our cinnamon rolls.

I enjoy making the rolls from scratch, but today was not the day to spend hours making breakfast.
Too much time inside means it’s way too hot outside to eat.

Quick and easy is what I needed.

step 1 – heat waffle iron
step 2 – open can of Trader Joe’s cinnamon rolls
step 3 – place roll on waffle iron and close
step 4 – cook
step 5 – drizzle with icing

after slaving for a whole 5 minutes in the kitchen, breakfast is served

Are you trying to squeeze 2 months of fun into two weeks like we are?

Enjoy!

Comments

  1. says

    aren’t these the best… and so easy to make and delicious. I always serve my waffle cinnamon rolls with strawberries so that I can think they are healthy. Newest follower.
    http://marlys-thisandthat.blogspot.com

    PS I am a host for a linky party that starts tonight at 9 pm and would love if you shared a recipe… there is a giveaway for the Top 3 Voted.

  2. says

    How easy is this!? I totally wish I had a waffle maker now (I know, I am WAY behind on the cooking appliance thing) because I would totally eat these every day forever and ever. Love me some cinnamon rolls and waffles > pancakes any day.

  3. says

    This is fantastic. What a fabulous idea and an excuse to buy a waffle maker, lol. I would love it if you would share this post at our WIW linky party. Hope you can join us. :-)

    Paula
    ivyandelephants.blogspot.com

  4. says

    Cinnamon rolls are my weakness! Something about the goo factor, the sweet icing, the cinnamon…be still my heart! Found you on Winthrop and love your recipes! Excuse me while I take out my waistbands now ;). I’ll be following you and hope you can stop by and say hi and follow too. Love your blog!!

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