The giveaway has ended. Congrats to the winner, Donna P! Enjoy your new KitchenAid Stand Mixer!

Today’s Fall Cookie Week (FCW) post is special because it’s Friday (Yay!), and it includes a giveaway!

Yep, I decided to make FCW extra sweet by giving away a KitchenAid Mixer. With the holidays fast approaching, I figured this would be the time to do so. Whether you need a mixer for yourself or would like to gift someone with one, this is your chance if you’re the lucky winner. Hooray!

But first, let’s talk about today’s cookie (All the FCW recipes can be found here in case you missed any). Then I’ll tell you more about the giveaway. Cool?


Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

Today we are trying something totally different. We’re baking cookies in a waffle iron: Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze.

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

I know. I know. My inner Leslie Knope just exploded.

People love waffles and people love breakfast for dinner, so why not bite-sized waffles coated in a maple glaze? You can eat them any time of the day. It’s genius.

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

These cookies are a bit time consuming because you can only “bake” four at once (depending on the size of your waffle iron.), but they bake quickly, and I think the results make the time totally worth it.

waffle cookies

You wouldn’t think this technique would work, but it does. The cookies come out of the waffle iron feeling a bit soft and waffle-like. Once they start to cool, they get a semi-firm, almost-crusty exterior which makes them much more cookie-like.

And since waffles aren’t complete without maple syrup, these cookies get dipped into a maple syrup glaze. – Be sure to use pure maple syrup. It makes a big difference.

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

I have to recommend Finding Home Farms maple syrup because it’s the bomb.

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

You may recognize that name. Finding Home Farms is also the name of the blog of my friend and fabulous entrepreneur Laura! (She coordinated the Fall Home Tour series.) Anyway, check out her syrup. You’ll love it.

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

Now let’s bake!

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze

Makes about 3 dozen cookies

Here's what you will need:
2 sticks butter, unsalted
1 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons cinnamon
3 eggs
2 cups all-purpose flour

Maple Glaze
1 cup powdered sugar
1/3 cup pure maple syrup
1/4 teaspoon salt

In the bowl of a stand mixer, cream together the butter and sugar until smooth (about 4-5 minutes). Add the salt and cinnamon. Mix to combine.

Turn the mixer to medium and add the eggs one at a time until incorporated.

Set the mixer to low and slowly add the flour. The batter will be sticky.

Next, turn on your waffle iron and set the temperature to medium-high (400 degrees F). Add about a tablespoon of dough to each section of the waffle iron. "Bake" for 2-4 minutes or until the cookies golden brown. Let the cookies cool and crisp up on a wire rack.

For the glaze, whisk together the powdered sugar, maple syrup, and salt until smooth. (If the mixture seems too thick, you can thin it with a little milk.) Dip the tops of each cookie into the glaze and return them to the cooling rack to set. Pack and store your waffle cookies in an air-tight container.


So unique and simple, right? These will definitely add some interest and delight to any cookie tray. They are ideal for the holiday gifts, too.

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

Now with our cookies baked, let’s talk about today’s FCW giveaway.

Since a mixer is always a big part of my cooking making process, I’m giving away a KitchenAid Artisan 5 Qt. Stand Mixer to one lucky IBC reader. (The winner gets to choose the color.)

Cinnamon Waffle Cookies with Maple Glaze | #IBCfallcookieweek

To enter to win, use the entry form below. (Those viewing this on a blog reader may need to visit the actual post by clicking here.) Please allow a few moments for the form to load.

Simply enter your email address in the box below.
Bonus entries are available for follows / sharing on social media.

This giveaway is open to readers in the United State. You must be 18 or older to win. Void where prohibited. This giveaway will end on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will be randomly selected and announced at the top of this post. This giveaway and post is not affiliated with KitchenAid.

Good luck!

Don’t forget that Fall Cookie Week continues through this weekend. Meet you back here tomorrow.

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  • Colin Brumlow at

    Wow! I love waffles and these cookies looks amazing.

  • Peggy at

    I have loved this cookie series. But oh my, waffle cookies! That’s knocking one out of the park!

  • Sue at

    Love the endless stream of great cookie recipes to try out ~ especially this time of year when the air is crisp and colors are vibrant. Bonus give away …| would love love love it since mine is 30 years old (and still tough as nails – would become my sons new to him mixer 🙂

  • Victoria at

    Michael – will great when your Canadian subscribers can participate in your giveaways. Please keep us in mind for future ones. Thanks.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I always do. 🙂 When I don’t ship things directly, it can be difficult. There will be a few opportunities in December. Stay tuned. Thanks so much for understanding. 🙂

      xo Michael

  • Marsha Jones at

    These waffle cookies look like snowflakes. Perfect for the holidays and I’m sure Santa would love them with his glass of milk. Wonderful cookie recipe series. Oh yea… I’ll have my mixer in lime green; pretty please! Mine is cream and after 25 years of abuse, it’s still a stallion. I call it my “big mama”. Thanks for sharing and giving.

  • Jackie Griego at

    Thank you so much for sharing your receipes. I love baking, and also love collecting new receipes!

  • Cathy Van Duyne at

    Please enter me in the Kitchenware giveaway drawing. I love Kitchenette products!

  • Laura kapocsi at

    I would love to win the kitchen aid mixer. I bake all the time for my kids. They are too expensive for me. I’m a single mother raising 3 kids all alone. I really would love to have one.

  • Mimi at

    Can’t wait to try these cookies w/ my grandsons next weekend!
    Would love to be entered to win the Kitchenmaid mixer for my daughter. I LOVE mine.
    Been having trouble entering the sweepstakes. I’ve followed you on Pinterest, Instagram, etc since you opened an account (years). This sweepstakes entry system isn’t giving me credit for already following you on Instagram & Pinterest & Linkedin. Only gave me 4 entries out of all of the things I did. Hope that’s enough to have a “fighting chance”

  • Kelley Martin at

    You are so awesome!!!! Can’t wait to make these!!!

  • Cathy Van Duyne at

    I love all of my Kitchenaid products. They make my life a lot easier.

  • Katherines Corner at

    Yum, what a creative and surely tasty cookie. I invite you to share this recipe and more cookie recipes at my annual holiday cookie swap linky party. Hugs!

  • Julie Blanner at

    I’m officially ashamed that I’ve never tried Finding Home Farms maple syrup, but putting in an order asap! These look like the perfect combination for brunch!

  • Sharon Herman at

    Just need this mixer in RED really much, PLEASE!!

  • Sharon Herman at

    It’ me, please need a mixer big time!!!!

  • Sandra L. at

    What could be better…..waffles and cookies combined into one tasty treat. Add in a giveaway for a fantastic mixer and it’s that much better. She scares….pick me, pick me!

    • Sandra L. at

      Duh! That should say…”she screams” not She scares. Must proofread before hitting submit. lol.

  • Rachel S. at

    What an inventive cookie! I’m new to this blog, and I love the concept of fall cookie week!

  • Meghann at

    Hi there!! I don’t have a “regular” waffle iron… Would a Belgium waffle iron work as well? Or would the wells be too deep?

  • Shelley at

    These are awesome!! How many does this make?

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