VonShef Large Waffle Maker | Quad Belgian Waffle Iron with Non-Stick Cooking Plate, Automatic Temperature Control & Stainless Steel Design | 1100W

January 14, 2019 - Comment

VonShef 1100W Quad Belgian Waffle Maker Cook up deliciously crisp yet fluffy waffles with the easy to use VonShef Quad Belgian Waffle Maker. Whether it’s sweet or savoury, with 1100W of cooking power, you can whip up a batch of authentic Belgian waffles in minutes. With a non-stick coating, automatic temperature control and a quick

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VonShef 1100W Quad Belgian Waffle Maker

Cook up deliciously crisp yet fluffy waffles with the easy to use VonShef Quad Belgian Waffle Maker. Whether it’s sweet or savoury, with 1100W of cooking power, you can whip up a batch of authentic Belgian waffles in minutes.

With a non-stick coating, automatic temperature control and a quick heat up time – this stylish waffle maker will be a great addition to your kitchen.

 

Easy to Use

The waffle maker couldn’t be easier to use. With automatic temperature control wait for the waffle maker to heat up – the indicator light will switch off when ready – pour your batter mixture onto the non-stick plates and hey presto!

Once ready, the waffles are easy to take out – and, with the cool touch handles, your hands are protected from the heat of the appliance.

Easy to Clean

The non-stick coating means your waffles will come out smoothly and it makes cleaning easy. Once you’ve removed the waffles, and allowed the waffle maker to cool, any residue can be effortlessly wiped away using a damp cloth.

When not in use, the waffle maker’s compact size, together with the built-in wraparound cord makes it easy to store.

Waffle Maker Measures: 9.7cm x 24.6cm x 32.2cm (Height X Width X Depth)

Product Features

  • COOK 4 DELICIOUS WAFFLES: With large non-stick plates the waffle machine can cook up to four scrumptious waffles of your choice, from sweet American waffles to savoury potato waffles.
  • NON-STICK: The non-stick stainless steel moulds mean your waffles slide out with no fuss or mess, whilst making cleaning up easy, simply wipe down with a damp cloth.
  • AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Don’t worry about setting the right temperature and let the waffle maker do the hard work for you, simply pour in your waffle mix and wait for the delightful results.
  • FEATURES: The waffle maker benefits from a cool touch handle allowing you to check on your waffles whilst protecting you from the heat of the appliance, stainless steel design, cord storage, indicator ready light and non-slip feet.
  • MANUFACTURER 2 YEAR WARRANTY INCLUDED

Comments

Anonymous says:

Waffles for everyone (but mostly for me!) I can’t decide if this is one of the best things I’ve bought or if it was a terrible, terrible purchase. I spent so long umming and ahhing over whether to buy a waffle maker, after about a week I caved and after spending a good long while (several nights actually) scouring Amazon I decided that this was the waffle maker for me. I eagerly awaited it, and when it arrived (on pancake day, no less!) I unboxed it and I was very impressed with how it looked, all shiny and nice and neat.I…

Anonymous says:

Well worth the money, better than bought waffles, so quick to make Bought this for the grandkids, to live on their kitchen worktop. They love it, use it most mornings. To start with we made up a homemade waffle mix (recipe found online) kept that in the fridge in two jars. In the mornings just poured it onto the waffle maker and it was waffle a go go. As we progressed through various waffle recipes we settled on one that had hardly any sugar in it and then onto one that didnt have any sugar at all. Since a lot of the time the kids were using chocolate…

Anonymous says:

Cheap, dinky, not particularly fit for purpose It’s a shame when you order something with 1,000 reviews in a hurry only to realise when you get the item that it’s one of the cursed ones where all the reviews are fake!This waffle iron is cheap, lightweight, and dinky. It’s also not well-engineered.The plates of the iron aren’t quite deep enough so the waffle-pits are too thin and crunchy. The waffles end up tough and hard before they get crispy on the outside (I have tried four recipes, so I don’t think it’s just my…

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