This is what you'll get to make if you make it to the bottom of the post, but first I get to talk at you! Let the mouth watering commence.
Okay, blog pals. I am so far behind, but I'm about to get all kinds of caught up. Finals were nuttier than squirrel poop, but I'm past all that and I'm ready to get on a crafting binge. I already have about 8 crafts finished and with pictures, but I need to write up the blogs in addition, I am taking on a couple of HUGE projects this week (we're talking 12 feet across, huge... if everything goes according to my plan...which it never does) so keep on the lookout for that. And now, the big one! So, let's kick off this craft-mania with a super speedy recipe that every single person should have on hand for breakfast in a pinch!
Now, on to the yummies...
I don't know about you, but my roommates and I are starving in the morning, but it's not worth getting up 20 minutes early to make a good breakfast. I was inspired to try this one morning after seeing my roommate "Struggles" leave in a frenzy for the doctor. See, she had a doctor's appointment, so she had gotten up about an hour before she had to leave. That's plenty of time, right? Well, she had to get ready, which doesn't take too long, but she decided to have a "good" breakfast of cinnamon rolls as well. They were just your typical unwrap the can, put 'em in a pan kind. You know the name brand... with the little ticklish fellow... but they take 30 MINUTES to prepare! 20 to cook, then they need to cool enough to ice (another 5) and it takes at least 7 minutes for our oven to heat up. Needless to say, I had just come in the kitchen sniffing around for breakfast when Struggles took one bite and realized she was going to be late for the Doctor. So she ran out the door, leaving her two sad cinnamon rolls with only one bite missing, sitting on the counter. I was sad for Struggles. Thus was born my greatest yummy to date!
What you need:
A waffle iron
A can of cinnamon rolls
Some non-stick spray
What you do:
Crack open the can of cinnamon rolls. 4 can fit on the iron at a time, and the rest will keep in a tupperware in the fridge (but I don't recommend leaving them for more than a week.) so only use as many as you plan to eat right that second. Heat up the waffle iron (which takes less than a minute in my house). Spray that hot waffle iron with the non-stick spray of your choice and plop your cinnamon rolls on the iron and close it. Now, don't use the waffle-iron timer, just time it yourself. Caution: there's usually one side of the iron that gets done faster than the other. The half on the "opening" side takes 2 1/2 minutes to cook and the closed side takes 3. If you leave them too long, you've got yourself some burnt cinnamon rolls, which are still quite edible given enough of the icing.
Once your rolls are done, fork them onto a plate (WATCH OUT, THOSE PUPPIES ARE HOT!) and ice 'em. Possible the best part of this is that the waffle iron has created cups for the icing to sit in, so you don't have to worry about all of it running off the roll like it does on traditional cinnamon rolls. They cool pretty fast, too. I usually take a bite as soon as it's iced without burning my mouth. So there it is: a super yummy cinnamon roll breakfast in less than 5 minutes from the time you crack the can open. I'm calling them "Cinn-fully Delicious Waffle Rolls" or... "Waffled Cinnamon Rolls" or... "Yummy in my Tummy". What do you think I should call 'em? Have a great Saturday! I know what's for breakfast tomorrow! ;)
Oh, and I read this last week in Women's Health Magazine, and thought you'd like to know... Check out this month's issue for more about it! [Sorry about the quality of the pic, I was riding the bus and snapped it on my phone.]
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