Do you like waffles? Me, too. Have you noticed that there’s often a big difference in the flavor, consistency, and quality of the waffles you make at home versus what you get at a good restaurant? (Sunday Brunch waffles…mmm.)
What’s the difference? At home, you make ordinary waffles, while at a restaurant you usually get Belgian waffles. So, can you get that same waffle experience at home? You can — with the Waring Pro Professional Double Waffle Maker. This waffle maker is one of the most popular products ever at Chef’s Catalog. And deservedly so, because why deprive yourself of the best waffles you can make?
Click this link or on the picture of the Belgian waffle maker below to see over 200 customer reviews (as this is written) for this waffle maker at Chef’s Catalog, the vast majority of which are 5-star. This is probably the best affordable professional waffle maker on the planet.
And now you can get the Waring Professional Double Waffle Maker for a serious discount — $90 off, which makes it $99.95.
Order it before the end of 2012 from Chef’s Catalog and you’ll also get free standard shipping.
Chef’s Catalog also has a Waring Flip Waffler that makes single Belgian waffles, perfectly.
I have used this waffle maker and it makes two delicious Belgian waffles every time. Just add some real maple syrup, some blueberry syrup, gourmet preserves, lingonberry jam, strawberries… whatever you like. And you may as well have what you like, you know. Including the best waffles.
Check the recipe below for an enjoyable way to eat the perfect Belgian waffles the Waring Pro Waffle Maker will make.
The best Belgian Waffle Maker should be accompanied by the best toppings. Here’s a recipe for “Triple Berry Waffles” from Chef’s Catalog:
Ingredients: 1 pint strawberries (sliced, hulls removed); ½ pint raspberries; ½ pint blueberries; 2 tablespoons orange jucie; 1 tablespoon honey; 4 Belgian waffles; whipped cream to garnish.
Directions: In a small saucepan over medium low heat, combine half of the strawberries, half of the raspberries, and half of the blueberries. Add the orange juice and honey. Stir mixture gently and cook for 15 minutes. The fruit will release juices and soften. Mash with a fork or a potato masher.
In a medium bowl, place the remaining fruit and toss gently.
Place each waffle on a serving plate. Top with warm, mashed fruit. Garnish with whipped cream and remaining fruit. Serves 4. (Or 2 really hungry waffle-lovers.)