17. Waffled Cinnamon Rolls
Cinnamon Rolls with a twist! This is probably one of the most popular new ways to cook cinnamon rolls, party because they turn out amazing, but also, just think about how easy this is with the help of Pillsbury! They also cook in less than 3 minutes this way as opposed to 15 or so minutes in the oven. Check out Katie’s tips and tricks on making Cinnamon Roll Waffles!
18. Waffled Cookies
I’m skeptical, but it’s worth a try. I would imagine you’d need a lot of cooking spray for this one, and I really don’t think just any cookie dough recipe would work.
19. Waffle Iron Soft Pretzels
Makes them look so pretty! If you’re going to attempt this, just be sure to follow the recipe if you want them to turn out as amazing as the ones you see in the picture. You can use this same recipe to make waffled bread for sandwiches, too.
20. Waffle Iron Corn Bread
Corn bread and chili are fun, but the waffle iron makes it better! I don’t eat cornbread often, but when I do, I make it in a waffle iron.
21. Waffled Hashbrowns
Eat this with your waffled bacon and scrambled eggs! It really doesn’t get any easier if you buy the frozen tots. And, honestly, there’s nothing worse than soggy hash browns. The waffle iron gets them nice and crispy just like they’re intended to be!
22. Waffled Bread Pudding
Twice baked! So basically, you’re going to make waffles, cut them into pieces, and then bake them again in your waffle iron soaked in a delicious custard. Now we’re getting creative!