Happy Happy Thursday everybody!!! Y’all, today’s recipe comes courtesy of the weirdness that is Georgia weather. Yes, that sounds very odd, but you must understand how temperamental and unpredictable the weather is here no matter the season. For example, this past weekend the weather folks were calling for several inches of snow pretty much for the entire metro Atlanta area, including all of the surrounding areas.
If you’re not from the South you probably won’t get how scary that can be, because it never fails that ice always, always accompanies it, and y’all there is just no driving to be done when there’s ice. Sooo, with the very real possibility of people being housebound for possibly several days, a mad dash is made to the grocery store and you buy as many essentials (bread, milk, peanut butter,
wine) as you can. Y’all, when I showed up at the grocery store, it was busier than the day before Thanksgiving and even Christmas, as well as looking like a group of locusts had descended on the place.
Basically everything was gone, including the ingredients for the recipe I had been planning on making, so I had to improvise. Cinnamon roll waffles are something I’ve been wanting to make for a while, and lucky for me there was literally this one lone can of cinnamon rolls left in the whole store, so there you go, that’s how this wonderful treat came about.
Just so y’all know, I did get iced in, and spent the better part of Sunday pouring buckets of hot water on the driveway then taking a shovel to it in hopes of getting out of the driveway to go to work in the morning. Oh, also, it’s going to be 70 degrees this coming weekend…like I said, temperamental. I hope you guys get to enjoy this recipe soon (if you can even call it a recipe because it’s so simple) and thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day and weekend!!!
mmm, cinnamon rolls…
onto your waffle iron…
- 1 Can of 5 Large Cinnamon Rolls With Icing.
- Ground Cinnamon For Garnish (Optional).
- 1 Waffle Maker.
- Pre-heat your waffle maker on high.
- Liberally spray it with butter flavored non-stick spray.
- Place one un-cooked cinnamon roll onto your waffle maker making sure to hold the lid of your waffle maker down to 'squish' the cinnamon roll.
- Cook your cinnamon roll to the level of done-ness that you like (I cooked mine about 3 minutes), take out of your waffle maker, serve with the icing, a sprinkle of cinnamon, butter and enjoy!!!