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Recipe: Appetizing Easy Croffles (crossaints in waffle iron)

Easy Croffles (crossaints in waffle iron). Take each crescents and before you roll fill it with your favorite nuts or cheese or even sausage. Once you do that take them out and on a hot buttered waffle iron put the crescents in. Once they have cooked well enough take them out and voila!

Easy Croffles (crossaints in waffle iron) Roll up croissant dough into crescent shapes. Cook in waffle maker until croffle is cooked through and GBD (golden brown & delicious). Thaw your croissant dough if it was previously frozen. You can have Easy Croffles (crossaints in waffle iron) using 2 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Easy Croffles (crossaints in waffle iron)

  1. Prepare of Pillsbury crescents rolls.
  2. You need of Nuts, 🧀 anything really.

To cook sandwiches, preheat a waffle iron. Close with the top half and place in the hot waffle iron (one at a time). I proofed them first, then rolled them in sugar and put them in the waffle iron. And perhaps tastier than regular croissants 🤭.

Easy Croffles (crossaints in waffle iron) instructions

  1. Unroll the crescents and set aside. Crus some nuts or granola or cheese..
  2. Take each crescents and before you roll fill it with your favorite nuts or cheese or even sausage. Rolls them up and bake for just 3 minutes to fluff them up. Once you do that take them out and on a hot buttered waffle iron put the crescents in. Once they have cooked well enough take them out and voila! Croffles.
  3. Serve them with any toppings. Kids wanted granola, maple syrup and cheese..
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It's crispy & flaky, and the caramelized crust just makes it so much better! You are essentially making toasted sandwiches, but with pastry, and in a waffle iron! Work around the sticky cheese issue by using your waffle iron as an oven to make the crust, then as a broiler to melt the cheese (without closing the lid). Pizza has never been so much fun! The pepperoni probably wouldn't be as crisp as I'd prefer, so I'd probably just stick with cheese.

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