When the weather gets cooler, I instantly want to switch up my recipes and incorporate more seasonal selections. For me, there’s simply nothing better than coming home after a long day of work, slipping into a cozy sweater, curling up with a fluffy blanket, and devouring a plate full of seasonal goodness.
Not only do I enjoy eating this way for the evening meal, but I enjoy doing so for the others as well. When it comes to breakfast, I’ve always been a little bit less than enthusiastic. It could partly be because I just lack the desire to prep any food in the wee hours of the morning, or it could be because I don’t get too hungry for a little while after waking.
Either way, it’s always been the trickiest meal of the weekday for me. When the weekend rolls around, though, it’s a completely different story. Depending on the occasion and the time available, I always can make an excuse to gobble up the dish.
One that instantly comes to mind as a top favorite is waffles. They’re quick, easy, and extremely customizable to any flavor preference, be it sweet, savory, or somewhere in between.
I recently stumbled upon a genius waffle hack that made me instantly do a double-take. It’s one that I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of before seeing it. This hack alone will save you a serious amount of time and cleanup but leave you with a satisfied appetite and a big ‘ole smile.
I bring you the fastest and easiest Cinnamon Roll Waffles you’ve ever made. To make this, all you’ll need is a can of cinnamon roll biscuit dough and a waffle iron - that’s it!
Take the cinnamon rolls out of the package and preheat your waffle iron. Once it has reached the desired temperature, add four cinnamon rolls (one for each quadrant) and secure the lid. Once done, you’ll have a perfectly cooked cinnamon roll waffle fit for a king!
While it is cooking, you can whip up a quick frosting. You’ll need confectioner’s sugar, butter, and a little bit of milk. This would be the ideal breakfast to make when you have guests over, or even to make on Christmas morning!