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The Farberware Single Flip Waffle Maker makes it easy to create delicious waffles or tasty treats for the whole family. Featuring a round design, this easy-to-use waffle maker creates a 1-inch deep Belgian waffle in a matter of minutes. The flip function evenly browns the waffles and the foldable handle makes it easy to store when its not in use. A non-stick cooking surface means waffles slide out easily and makes cleaning up hassle-free. The drip-tray catches any overflow and is dishwasher-safe, making clean up easy. The Farberware Single Flip Waffle Maker is a great addition to any kitchen.
This is the most inexpensive flip waffle iron and works fantastic (note, just bought it and have only used it twice). Cooks evenly, is self explanatory, and I didn't even use cooking spray since that sometimes messes up surfaces with residue. Tip: pour the batter evenly and quickly, then close it and flip. Lighting in the photos uploaded strangely but the waffles are uniformly cooked on both sides. Only thing I was not happy with was that the plastic wasn't cut that well in some spots, so there are some very minor, superficial blemishes. I looked at 2 and they were identical so looks like it was done at the factory. Doesn't impact the functionality at all.Pamela
Best waffle maker Ive owned.
I love my waffle maker. Makes the most Perfect waffle. Has ready light do you know when waffle is done. The handle locks into place while cooking. The spill try is a nice touch for those overfill accidents. Is extremely easy to clean! Cools quickly so can be cleanedTiffmomma03
Worth the money!
For less than $20 this machine is way better than I was expecting. Makes nice huge waffles so one is plenty per person. The flip makes it seem/look more fancier but honestly I made some of the waffles without flipping and they still came out the same. Easy to clean and seems like its pretty good quality to last a while. Also no butter needed to cook the waffles, they dont stick. The intructions call for one cup of batter, but it spilled out the sides even though my batter is on the thicker side. 3/4 cup or a little less is enough especially if you are working with a thinner batter. Definitely five stars though.Ayanna