Super Easy and Healthier Snickerdoodle Waffles

I’m sure you guys are well aware of how much I love snickerdoodle everything. I’ve been dying to try snickerdoodle waffles, but when I’m ready for breakfast, I’m READY for breakfast. So, I decided to give snickerdoodle waffles a try with my favorite pancake mix. I’ve talked about how much I love Kodiak Cake Pancake Mix before. The mix is easy and yummy; with good for you ingredients. Just add water for delicious low calorie waffles or pancakes. Any pancake/waffle mix will work with this recipe…. I just really love Kodiak Cake Mix.

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Super Easy Snickerdoodle Waffles

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: serves 8, 4" waffles or 3 large Belgian waffles

Super Easy Snickerdoodle Waffles

Now you can have snickerdoodles for breakfast! Quick and easy!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup pancake mix (Kodiak Cake pancake mix calls for 1 cup mix with 1 cup cold water; which yields 8 4" waffles)
  • 1/2 teaspoon cream of tarter
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon, plus more for dusting of waffles
  • 1 tablespoon sugar, plus more for dusting of waffles

Instructions

  • Warm waffle maker.
  • Combine all of the above dry ingredients in a medium bowl add 1 cup water and stir.
  • Pour waffle mix into waffle maker and sprinkle on additional sugar and cinnamon over the waffle.
  • Allow waffle to cook, until desired doneness.
  • Serve with butter and maple syrup or whatever else your heart desires! Enjoy!
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Super easy, yummy and fairly healthy snickerdoodle waffles | Hungry Healthy Girl

Not only did I want quick and easy snickerdoodle waffles, but I also wanted them to be fairly healthy. The recipes that I have came across on Pinterest, involve soaking the cooked waffle in butter and then dipping it in sugar and cinnamon. I’m sorry, but I just couldn’t wrap my head around this. A little butter on my waffle is one thing, but actually soaking it in butter is just not going to happen. Guess what, friends? This recipe doesn’t call for a single drip of butter. I did throw in a little sugar for the whole snickerdoodle affect…. it’s pretty much a must when it comes to snickerdoodles. I used very little sugar, though. The cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on the waffle before it’s cooked creates such a lovely sugary crispiness, not to be missed. Kind of like cinnamon toast, but way better!

Something to think about…..

Have you ever tried snickerdoodle waffles? What about Kodiak Pancake Mix?

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    • Love Kodiak Cake mix. Try looking at a target or super target…. that’s the only place I’m able to find it. But, it you can’t find it, the recipe will work with any pancake/waffle mix.

  1. I can’t even tell you how excited I am to see another waffle recipe… especially a snickerdoodle one. These look great & I really must take a break from my crab waffles for a sweet kind. Thanks for sharing, Kim!

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