Lately, I’ve been on this insane kick of experimentation with my waffle iron… Get your mind out of the gutter I’m talking actual cooking here.
One day a few months back I happened to see a news article on things to make using your waffle iron. Yeah, who knew you could make so many things with something you thought could only be used for making breakfast food.
I’ve made hash browns, omelets, quesadillas, even biscuits. The latest thing I have whipped up was fruit turnovers. Oh my my my my!!! Such a wonderful sweet treat for sure.
The thing I like best about this idea is that these are quick and easy but delicious meals or treats. Something as a grandma I can whip up in a flash for the grandkids or even grandpa ;)
So I thought today I would share the waffle turnover treats with you just to shake up the week a bit. Don’t get used to it, these days I don’t cook as often as I used to ;)
First you will need your waffle iron. Mine is a two waffle waffle-maker which works perfect for my household. Then grab a can of crescent rolls, some fruit pie filling of your choice, we did apple, blueberry, and cherry. Also for a little extra sugar boost, grab yourself a can of the decorating icing, we used the white, but I can see where chocolate would be yummy here J
Now you’re ready to begin…
Heat up your waffle iron to cooking temp. Grab enough crescent rolls to put one on each of your waffle areas, like I said before mine has two, so I put one on each area. Now close the lid and cook until your waffle maker tells you time’s up. Mine has an indicator light.
The moment you remove your crescent roll waffle from the iron, fold it in half before placing more raw crescent rolls on the iron. Then spoon pie filling in the center of your crescent roll waffle and splash a bit of icing across the top.
Poof!!! You have a waffle turnover as a sweet fast treat for you or your family.
Everyone have a lovely day!!!
Blessings to all!!!