Do you still know where your waffle maker is hiding? We could bet that everyone of us had this moment when we thought: Genius, I absolutely need a waffle iron (can also be replaced with sandwich maker, donut maker, …) So the first weekend after buying it, there was a Facebook event, friends were invited to eat waffles all day long. Everybody was so happy and wanted to repeat this tasty happening every weekend from now on. But then the little waffle makes disappeared somehow and was pushed further and further back in the cupboard.
But today it will see daylight again! (And we promise to use it more often from now on. Well…) This recipe is part of our small recipe collection about store-bought vegan pastries so we're using a store-bough cinnamon roll dough.
Alternatively you can also prepare the dough yourself, of course!
Vegan cinnamon roll waffles
- 1 package store-bought cinnamon roll dough
- vegetable oil for greasing
- 50 g (0.5 cup) confectioner's sugar
- 1 tsp water
Pre-heat your waffle maker. In the meantime remove store-bought dough from the package and cut into 4 equal-sized pieces.
Grease the heated waffle maker with some vegetable oil. Depending on the size of your waffle maker, transfer one or two cinnamon rolls on it, then close the waffle maker and bake waffles for approx. 3 minutes or until golden brown. Afterwards repeat this step until all the dough is used up.
Add confectioner's sugar and water to a small bowl and stir to combine. If the frosting is too thick for your taste, add a tiny bit more water. Drizzle frosting on top of cinnamon waffles until they are still warm and eat them directly!