Posted: 12/26/2012 12:48:19 PM
Where's the "cream cheese" in the cream cheese glaze?
Posted: 12/26/2012 7:47:05 AM
These turned out so yummy and the kids loved them. I would recommend using a non stick spray on your waffle iron if it is older and losing its non stick surface.
Posted: 12/25/2012 8:37:41 AM
Just made these for our Christmas breakfast, and they turned out great! I followed some of the tips other reviewers left - I used the smaller rolls, and I only cooked them for 2 minutes. No problems with sticking. They actually looked like the picture! So easy and delicious, we will certainly make them again!
Posted: 12/9/2012 8:28:53 AM
Made these this morning and we loved them. I have a cheapy Sunbeam iron with no controls, just plug n go. I cooked "waffle" for 2 min (used my kitchen timer) and they came out great & no sticking. I sprayed just a little EVOO on iron before first batch as well. I also flattened a little on wax paper before cooking. No problems. I put syrup on mine everyone else used icing that came with. I also didn't think they were tough....just think/dense, no more than if you cook them the normal way. And I personally have never had a "light" Belgian waffle either. We will def be making again, possibly for
Posted: 10/7/2012 2:13:59 PM
This is a great recipe that I tried for the first time today. I was a little leary, due to so many reviews with a sticking problem. They turned out great NO Sticking! My family loved them.
My only problem was that I have a single waffle maker, so I could only make one at a time. I really need to get a multiple waffle maker!
Posted: 9/23/2012 6:10:34 PM
Didn't work for me. . . I cannot control the temperature of my waffle iron. . . two minutes and the rolls were incinerated! I tried again and only cooked for 30 seconds! It was done, but I'll just stick to putting them in the oven!
Posted: 7/23/2012 12:10:31 PM
I made these with the regular size cinnamon (and orange) rolls. I sprayed one time with pam and no problems with sticking. My teenage son loves them even without the glaze. He usually refuses to eat breakfast, but I can make these up, keep them in the frige, and he will microwave one or two to take with him on the way to school. I know not the most nutritious breakfast, but at least its something he will eat!
Posted: 7/22/2012 11:43:46 AM
I used the regular sized Cinnabon rolls and had no problems at all. I don't understand why everyone had sticking problems. I sprayed my waffle iron once only and made 8 waffles and not one of them stuck. They will burn
quickly so you do need to check on them after about 2 minutes. I also used the glaze that came in the can - just added a few drops of milk to it. These waffles are good - not awesomely wonderful - but good. The kids loved them and i would probably make again.
Posted: 7/6/2012 10:37:08 PM
After reading about all the sticking and mess these made in waffle irons, I decided to just flatten them (on wax paper) and grill them like pancakes. Spread some glaze on each while hot and added warmed maple syrup. Pretty good. I don't recommend grilling in real butter because butter burns easily. Use margarine or vegetable oil.
Posted: 6/24/2012 12:47:34 AM
SSSoooo easy!!!!!! This is my "Go to" breakfast when my kids have sleep overs. Not very healthy, so I sprinkled flaxseed on top and sliced some strawberries and sprinkled powder sugar on top. Always a hit!!!
When my kids want to surprise me with breakfast in bed, I request this recipe. They feel success and I'm just so happy for a treat!!!