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[Best Buy] Cuisinart Belgian Waffle Maker with Pancake Plate $66.87 with PM at Best Buy

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[Best Buy] Cuisinart Belgian Waffle Maker with Pancake Plate $66.87 with PM at Best Buy

Walmart has Cuisinart Belgian Waffle Maker with Pancake Plate on sale for $69.88 down from $119. https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/cuisinart- ... HAIX3FUUTW
BB is selling it for $99.99, thus with pm you can buy it for $66.87 plus tax.
This waffle maker has pretty decent reviews and the lowest it was on Amazon was $76.99
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Waffle makers are one of the appliances people buy and they use and then forget about...and it becomes someone else's Kondo find.

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I bought mine for $10 and still use it periodically. Make them and freeze them to make your own Leggo my Eggo Waffle.
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gr8dlr wrote: Waffle makers are one of the appliances people buy and they use and then forget about...and it becomes someone else's Kondo find.

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-other-home-appl ... nFlag=true

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-toasters-toaste ... nFlag=true

I bought mine for $10 and still use it periodically. Make them and freeze them to make your own Leggo my Eggo Waffle.
I’d have to completely disagree. Yes they may remain inactive for periods of time, but making my own waffles on a Sunday morning is amazing
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I strongly recommend taking a flip style waffle maker (with removable plate).
Gives better results IMO ...
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Is there any sort of attachment that can convert the square waffles to the Bubble Egg Waffles?
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tunda11 wrote: I’d have to completely disagree. Yes they may remain inactive for periods of time, but making my own waffles on a Sunday morning is amazing
Of course fresh off the maker should be best.

But depending on the recipe you use, waffles can freeze really well and are easily reheatable in a toaster. You can have them anytime (weekday/workday/weekends) my way. I've been doing sourdough waffles lately...weekday breakfast is a quick toast and some maple syrup. As well making fresh waffles for one without leftovers is not easy IMO...so you gotta freeze for eating another day.
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gr8dlr wrote: I've been doing sourdough waffles lately...
Excuse me, got a recipe?

On the middle of my list is to start a sourdough starter and make sourdough periodically, but sourdough waffles remind me of one place I liked in belgium and I think I need to do this.
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tunda11 wrote: I’d have to completely disagree. Yes they may remain inactive for periods of time, but making my own waffles on a Sunday morning is amazing
You completely disagree with buying from people who don't use waffle makers? Or you disagree that they don't use it?

Seems quite subjective
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I would highly recommend the Cuisinart Griddler and purchase the waffle plates separately. It is a great device and much more versatile than a dedicated waffle maker.
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Third Eye wrote: I would highly recommend the Cuisinart Griddler and purchase the waffle plates separately. It is a great device and much more versatile than a dedicated waffle maker.
Agreed about the versatility, but the size of the waffle plates are small in comparison to most dedicated waffle makers. Sure, you can just make 2-3 small waffles rather than 1 regular waffle, but it might be a deal breaker for some.
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SizzleChest wrote: Agreed about the versatility, but the size of the waffle plates are small in comparison to most dedicated waffle makers. Sure, you can just make 2-3 small waffles rather than 1 regular waffle, but it might be a deal breaker for some.
The Griddler waffle plates make 4 waffles and look exactly the same size as the ones in the image for this dedicated waffle maker.
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When I lived in southern NL, I got hooked on Liege waffles.
It's impossible to buy them here in Toronto, some places sell them, but they're not good, even the expensive ones are made with margarine (heart disease, anyone?) instead of butter.
After a lot of research I bough simple 2 waffle maker from Walmart, they may have discountinued the model, I can only find the pic on US site
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hamilton-Bea ... r/16913517

There are some dough recipes on the net, hard to find a good one, the crucial detail is finding pearl sugar. I got some from a place in Markham that makes and sells waffles.

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