First, get out your waffle maker and plug it in.
Next, you open a can of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls.
Wheew, that was pretty difficult. If necessary, take a moment to wipe the sweat from your brow.
Now, you stick one cinnamon roll in the hot waffle maker. I turned mine a little lower than I do for waffles. If your waffle maker is larger, go for multiples!
Close that lid and about 60 seconds later, you have a cooked cinnamon roll waffle. Let your kids add the frosting and it looks like this.....
The waffles get a little crisp on the outside, but still have the soft cinnamon roll feel on the inside. It did make my waffle iron a little messy, it was not difficult to clean.
This is a little more sweet than our usual school day breakfast, but we added some cantaloupe and sausage and everyone loved it.
If you will excuse me now, I need to spend some time pondering some of life's big questions. First and foremost, what else can I make into an adorable little waffle?