Reviews and Problems with Proctor Silex Belgian Waffle Baker
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It looks like your parents' wedding gift BUT...
16 January 2016
Summary: It's great. It has been working great so far and I like the Belgium look, the big square and it comes out clean. It's not too long of a wait. Even though the instruction says it takes more than 7 minutes if we make our own batter and not store bought...
... first waffle iron I've ever bought and I'm extremely happy with it
4 September 2015
Summary: This was the first waffle iron I've ever bought and I'm extremely happy with it. I've read some other reviews complaining about how it doesn't have a timer or other fancy gadget but for me that is only a benefit.
Summary: This is NOT a Belgian waffle maker. Belgian waffles are thick. This machine produces THIN waffles. I can't mix in nuts or fruit or other ingredients that I want in my waffles, and the waffle tread isn't deep for holding syrup or other toppings. I'm considering returning this.
Summary: Appears to be adequate but takes a lot of operator time to gauge when waffles are brown and ready. Usually about 4 minutes. Better than the $10.00 one I bought @ my local Walmart but for $20.00 I can't complain.
Summary: Have used my waffle maker twice since receiving and I am so glad to now have it. Don't know why I waited so long! Simple to use and easier to clean than I expected. Will get lots of use and appreciated the fact the manual includes a few recipes.
Summary: I made Chicken and waffles the other night. The iron is sleek by design, easy to use and clean. Despite the nice directions included, I still put too much batter on the iron. However, unlike my other iron, the batter just dripped down the sides verses into the electrical parts.
Summary: I've used this waffle maker a couple of times and I'm pretty satisfied with it so far. This waffle maker is pretty easy to use, which is good for people who aren't masterchefs. I sprayed the waffle maker with non-stick cooking spray before I used it.
Summary: You can't beat the price ($19.99) for this waffle maker. It can't be simpler to use: red power light comes on when plugged in; green light comes on when ready to pour in the batter. I would spray with non-stick before pouring in just to make sure the waffle exits without any damage.