Snickerdoodle Waffles

Did you know it’s WAFFLE DAY today? You probably didn’t even know the day existed, and I didn’t either until I was looking on a holiday calendar awhile back. In celebration of this silly holiday I thought I’d share with you a new recipe we recently tried out that is perfect to celebrate today with.

They’re Snickerdoodle Waffles… yes, Cinnamon and Sugar covered waffles that are sure to make you smile.

Snickerdoodle Waffles are delicious and perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner! { lilluna.com }

I’m not lying when I say that we have waffles at our house at least once or twice a month. The whole family loves them, and it’s a quick and easy recipe making it that much better. I knew I had to try a new version when I saw these Churro Waffles on Chica Chocolatina. I made just a few changes and when they kids said they tasted like Snickerdoodles, I knew I needed to call them Snickerdoodle Waffles instead.

I warn that they can be pretty rich (kinda like cinnamon rolls), but they are oh-so heavenly and were very easy to make. :)

Snickerdoodle Waffles

Ingredients

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 4 tsp. baking powder
  • 2 TB sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cup milk warm
  • 1/3 cup butter melted
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1 tsp. almond extract
  • Topping Ingredients below

Instructions

  1. Preheat waffle iron.
  2. In a bowl mix flour, baking powder salt and sugar.
  3. In a separate bowl beat 2 eggs. Add warm milk, 1/3 cup melted butter, vanilla and almond extract. Mix well and add to your dry ingredient bowl.
  4. Add 1 tsp. cinnamon to your waffle mixture. Pour into waffle iron and cook.
  5. While waffles are cooking melt 1/2 cup butter in a bowl. Also place 3/4 cup sugar and 1/4 cup cinnamon in pan (for the topping).
  6. When waffles are done quickly dip in melted butter and then sprinkle on a tablespoon or two of the sugar/cinnamon mixture. *You can also use the spray on butter instead if you prefer.
  7. Serve warm and ENJOY!
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How delicious does this look?!

These Snickerdoodle Waffles are so good!! { lilluna.com } #waffles

These waffles were great! I had thought of making Homemade Buttermilk Syrup to go with them and then realized I was glad I didn’t because they were already very rich as they were.

I was glad the kids liked them but shortly realized that they would be crazy if they hadn’t liked them. They were practically eating dessert for breakfast when they had these – lol! :)

For more Yummy Breakfast dishes be sure to check out:

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Cream Cheese and Cinnamon Crescent Rolls

Delicious and Easy Homemade Biscuit Donuts! { lilluna.com }

Homemade Biscuit Donuts

For all Breakfast recipes go HERE, and for all Lil’ Luna recipes go HERE.

Happy National Waffle Day, friends! Hope you can have some waffles for breakfast (or dinner) today to celebrate. :)

ENJOY!

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  1. 1

    I think National Waffle Day is actually August 24th…although there is no reason there shouldn’t be more than one. We love Waffles! I am not a Snickerdoodle fan, but my son ADORES them so I might just have to make these for him.

    • 2

      It’s actually today but the 24th is when the Waffle Iron was invented and some celebrate it then too. Let me know if you try this recipe… I hope your son will love them! :D

  2. 3

    My husband loves Snickerdoodles!! He will be so excited to have these for breakfast. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!!

    • 4

      Let me know how he likes them Crystal… but warning: they’re pretty much like eating dessert for breakfast. ;)

  3. 5

    I enjoy reading you blog and its recipes so very much. Thank you for sharing.

  4. 7

    Oh my goodness!!! That looks so yummy. We’re big waffle fans here in my house too and I’m sure that we’ll be making these pretty soon.
    Aubrey @ Real Housemoms recently posted..Bacon, Egg & Waffle SandwichMy Profile

  5. 9

    Mmmmmm….you’re making it difficult for me to keep a waffle maker out of my house! I wonder if this recipe could be adapted for pancakes instead…sounds delicious!
    Leslie recently posted..Must Haves for Baby’s First YearMy Profile

    • 10

      I actually just bought a new waffle maker to make this recipe and kinda glad I did because I know I’ll be making waffles a lot more often now with this new recipe. :D

  6. 11

    I saw these on Pinterest this evening, oh my!! =)
    They look delicious!
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  7. 13

    Good god who are you? Stop it. These look amazing. And I’m going to copy this recipe to a T. You’re awesome!

  8. 15

    These were so good! The only thing I had to add was a glass of milk! My son was so excited to get these for his birthday. I love them!!!
    Daylene recently posted..Pineapple Pink Lemonade SodaMy Profile

  9. 16

    I have a quick question (or two, lol)… How many waffles does this recipe make? What size waffle-maker did you use? Just curious so I know if I need to double the recipe to use in my Belgium waffle-maker. I’ll probably double it anyway, but wanted to know either way. Thanks! :)

  10. 20

    I made these for a special back to school breakfast for my kids. They were a total success!

  11. 22

    Just made these, they were awesome! Didn’t put them in butter but did sprinkle with cinnamon & sugar; my husband gave them the thumbs up! Will definately make again for the grandkids!

  12. 24

    what are the topping ingredients ?? I’m not seeing them … and the link doesn’t show them either.
    Thanks … these look and sound delicious!!

  13. 26

    Yum! You don’t even need syrup with such a delicious sugar and cinnamon coating!
    Laura @ Laura’s Culinary Adventures recently posted..Turkey Meatloaf SandwichMy Profile

  14. 28

    Lil’ Luna I just saw your recipe for snicker doodle waffels. They look amazing!!!! I’ll defiantly be trying them! I also wanted to share a yummy syrup with you that I think would be delicious on them! :) I’m not sure where it originated from but when I was going up in the small town of Scipio (sounds like sip-ee-o) and any time we or other kids in our town had slumber parties our mom’s would always make this syrup for waffels, pancakes, Swedish pancakes, French toast or whatever else we could find to drench in this syrup. :) So to all our out of town friends it is called “Scipio Syrup.”
    Here’s the recipe:
    1 cube real butter
    1 cup granulated sugar
    Put in microwave safe bowl and cook on high power for 2 minutes stirring at 1 min. Mixture should get bubbly.
    In blender add:
    1 cup heavy cream
    1 tsp vanilla
    Then pour in butter, sugar mixture and blend on high for 30 to 45 sec. Or if your blender has a syrup button push that. It is defiantly a heavenly syrup! Hope you try it and enjoy. :)


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