Waffle makers

(12 Posts)
VeraClaythorne Fri 08-Jan-16 20:42:45

Have you got one and would you recommend it?

MsRinky Fri 08-Jan-16 21:44:21

I got an Andrew James one for £20 from Amazon, and it is brilliant for the price.

VeraClaythorne Fri 08-Jan-16 22:06:19

Thanks! I looked at that one earlier so good to know.

Boltonlass1972 Fri 08-Jan-16 22:07:45

Bought one from Lidl a few years ago. Does the job.

TeaPleaseLouise Fri 08-Jan-16 22:10:58

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VegetablEsoup Fri 08-Jan-16 22:12:01

have a braun one, but am oogling a double one.
makes great rosti as well.

1frenchfoodie Sun 10-Jan-16 17:47:33

I got a vonchef one from amazon, cost about £20. Excellent, so much quicker than making pancakes for the family. No sticking problems.

ScienceRocks Sun 10-Jan-16 19:15:59

I bought a £15 one from Robert days a few years ago. I think they are much if a muchness but the waffle recipe you use makes a huge difference!

slicedfinger Sun 10-Jan-16 19:17:51

We have one that you can swap the plates out for toasties. It's great if you have space to store one, and ours gets plenty of use for both toasties and waffles.

Jellylove Sun 10-Jan-16 23:37:57

I have a cuisinart double one, it's fab, quick to heat and do the job, easy to clean.
I highly recommend a yeasted waffle batter, results in light and fluffy waffles, any left over I put in freezer for easy kids dinner ideas. Done sweet potato waffles too, so yum, sometimes hide other veg in too, to con kids smile

AnchorDownDeepBreath Sun 10-Jan-16 23:39:12

I need a waffle machine now.

karmakameleon Mon 11-Jan-16 14:09:35

If you do get one, the Leigh waffle recipe from this thread are fabulous.

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/food_and_recipes/1073502-Your-very-best-waffle-recipes-please-ladies

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