‘Snapchat Chef’ Kylie Jenner Shares How to Make Her Cinnamon Roll Waffles

A detailed step-by-step recipe.

If the Kardashian klan has proven anything to the world, it’s that they can do pretty much anything. They can pen novels, walk runways, develop apps and brand beauty lines…keeping up with the famous fam’s most recent business venture is half the fun! They have harnessed their exposure, and they have harnessed it well.

What/how/when/where the Kardashian sisters eat has also warranted particular interest from fans. From Kourtney’s famous 3-ingredient avocado pudding to Khloe’s ideal oatmeal (which again, is just 3 ingredients), everyone wants a taste of what it’s like to be a multi-million dollar media personality.

The latest sister to share her culinary talents? Kylie Jenner—who BTW was presented with People‘s 2016 Foodie Award—is always one to show off her fancy foods via Snapchat. Back in November, the youngest sister shared a sneak peek at her “really simple, but really good,” cinnamon roll waffle recipe. For those who missed the important how-to videos, Kylie has now shared a more permanent post to her website detailing the particulars of her creation.

Full recipe via Kylie Jenner’s Website

1. Let your waffle maker heat up and then lightly spray it with a non-stick oil. Next, open your can of cinnamon rolls (my fave is Pillsbury’s!) and put aside the icing that comes with it for later.

2. Take one of the rolls and place it in the center of the waffle maker and close it. (You could put more than one roll in at a time, but just keep in mind they’ll probably cook together into one giant waffle—which might be a good thing, lol.) Let it cook for about 3 to 4 minutes, depending on how brown you like your waffles. Repeat this process until you’ve made as many waffles as you like.

3. Drizzle the icing all over your waffles and enjoy! If you try my cinnamon roll waffles, tweet me a photo so I can see how yours came out.

Twitter responded with photos, and also with this:

Thank you Kylie, you’re a true culinary icon.