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Waffle makers

2 items total
French toast plate SNACK COLLECTION XA800912, set of 2 pcs, Tefal 2 TEFXA800912
Waffle maker LONO, WMF
Waffle maker LONO, WMF
In stock (8 pcs)
99,90 €
WM0415210011

Waffle Makers – a simple way to make perfect waffles

What is a waffle maker and what is it used for?

A waffle maker is a device used in the kitchen to prepare waffles. It typically comprises two metal plates with patterned surfaces that are heated and pushed together to cook the waffle batter.

Waffle makers may be found in a wide range of sizes, styles, and designs. Some versions have replaceable plates that let users generate waffles with various shapes or patterns. To make waffle cooking simpler and safer, some waffle makers also come with extra functions like temperature control or automatic shut-off.

We have a stunning collection of waffle makers available in our online store, where you can purchase the item of your choice from well-known manufacturers like WMF.

You could also look at Kulina’s collection of toasters or sandwich makers - other fantastic kitchen appliances.

How do I use a waffle maker?

A waffle maker's mechanism is comparable to that of a sandwich maker. To use a waffle maker, the user first preheats the appliance and applies a non-stick spray or oil to the cooking surfaces.

Waffle batter is then added to the bottom plate, which is then covered with the top plate, which pushes down on the batter to cook it into a waffle shape. The cooking time and temperature can vary based on the recipe and the particular waffle maker being used.

What is the difference between a Belgian waffle maker and a regular waffle maker?

The major difference between a Belgian waffle maker and a regular waffle maker is the size, thickness, and texture of the waffles they produce.

Belgian waffles often have bigger pockets and are thicker than regular waffles. They are made using a yeast-based batter, which rises before cooking, giving them a fluffy interior and crispy exterior. Belgian waffles are typically served with whipped cream, fruit, or syrup and have a light, airy feel.

Regular waffles, on the other hand, are typically smaller, thinner, and have shallower pockets than Belgian waffles. They have a denser texture because they are made with a batter that often contains baking powder or baking soda.

When your waffles are ready, top them with your favourite sweet waffle toppings.