OMG! These Biscuit Waffles were so delicious and so easy to make. I know you are going to love them as much as we did. I am not a great waffle maker, and maybe it's because I am not a huge waffle lover. Probably, because I don't love cleaning the waffle iron after I am done making the waffles. I can be a fairly lazy cook, and since I am very OCD about keeping my kitchen clean, cleaning a waffle iron is the last thing I want to do, but for these Biscuit Waffles, I will clean the waffle iron. I know this sentence was a huge run on, but I'm ok with that, I hope you are too. Anyhoo, on to the recipe, they would be great for this Sunday's Brunch.
Pillsbury Grands Biscuits or you store brand Large Biscuits
1/4 lb butter
sugar/cinnamon sugar mixture
By the way, I used a lot of butter on these.
Heat up your waffle iron.
Melt your butter in a bowl and with a pastry brush, brush the top and bottom of your waffle iron with your melted butter.
Place you biscuit in the center of the waffle iron and brush the top of the biscuit with butter also.
Cook the same way you would when you cook regular waffles. The timing is not any different.
When done place your Biscuit Waffle on a plate, brush it again with melted butter.
Repeat this process, until you have cooked all of your waffles.
The Grand's Biscuits come with 8 in a pack, so this will make 8 waffles, which is anywhere from 3 to 4 servings depending on how your family eats.
I know you are going to love this recipe. They are so amazingly, delicious.
I always love hearing from you, so please let me know what you think of this recipe.
Have a great week and enjoy!