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Easy Cinnamon Bun Waffles

I have the tendency to buy tubes of cinnamon buns, and then forget about them. I have grand ideas of how they will be the perfect addition to Sunday morning, while we bond over breakfast on the patio… but instead, they sit in the fridge, usually until it’s time to clean it out, and then I see that they have either passed their expiration date, or that they are almost there. This morning I found two tubes that had a few weeks before they were ready for the trash, and feeling in the mood for cinnamon gooey-ness, I turned on the oven. But then, I remembered this pin!

From Tableformoreblog.com

Thank heavens, because instead of waiting for our ancient oven to warm up (it’s ridiculous how long it takes!), I pulled out the waffle iron.

I am telling you, this has to be the easiest way to make waffles. I just popped open the can, sprayed the waffle iron down with cooking spray, put four buns on the iron and closed.

Sorry for the blurry pic!

In about two minutes, they were ready!

That was too easy!

Then I slathered them with the buttercream frosting that comes in the tube and they were ready to serve!

Delicious!!

The very best part of this – well, besides how delicious they are – is that there isn’t much to clean up. Just wipe down the waffle iron and toss out the trash.

Thanks for stopping by!

Eliesa

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Surprise tomatoes!

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Look! Something actually grew!!

Remember when I said that I think I would have to forget about the garden this year? Well, look what I found in the garden today!

And I found this too…

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Peppers!

It’s a itty-bitty baby pepper! A few of them, actually!

And finally, this is growing all over, but I have no idea what it is. Any one care to take a guess?

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Mystery Fruit?

My husband found this yesterday in our grapefruit bush/tree.

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Four little eggs – but we haven’t seen the mama birdie at all 😦

How does one know when limes are ripe? They just stay green!

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Lots of limes!

But what I’m most excited about is this, which my husband made for us. ❤

A swing built for two

When we bought this house, it came with quite a few old oak trees. They are perfect shade trees, but even more perfect for a swing! I love it! It was one of the things I always wanted when I grew up – a tree big and strong enough to have a swing on. And now, we do.

Almost a year after we moved in, I love that this house is starting to feel more like our home.

Thanks for stopping by!

Eliesa

 

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I’m in the middle of moving my blog, so if you see anything funky going on, don’t worry. It should be up and running in a few days.

Thanks,

Eliesa

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