F&W's Justin Chapple reveals a new way to make cinnamon rolls—using a waffle iron.
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I'm Justin Chapple from Food & Wine's test kitchen. Join
me as I demonstrate mad genius tips. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] What
do you get when you combine cinnamon rolls and waffles?
You get this insanely delicious mad genius tip. I'm starting
with store bought cinnamon rolls, but you can also make
your own, and instead of baking it in the oven
which takes a little bit of time, I'm gonna cook
it in a waffle iron. Put your dough right onto
the waffle iron. It's actually easier than spooning waffle batter
on here. Close it up, and let it cook. Can
you hear that? I Hear it sizzling, and I can
tell it's almost ready cuz it smells like cinnamon and
butter. I think they're ready. [SOUND] Look at that incredible
waffle. [MUSIC] The Cinnamon roll wouldn't be a cinnamon roll
without a sweet and tasty icing made out of confectioner
sugar, butter and a little bit of milk. [MUSIC] Look
at this leaning tower of cinnamon roll waffle. Can't wait
to eat it. [MUSIC] It's fluffy and sweet and all
the nooks and crannies are collecting all that incredible icing.