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CucinaPro 220-05NS Non-Stick Pizzelle Baker
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- The Pizzelle Baker makes 2 pizzelles at a time
- Cookies measure at 5 inch, the perfect bite size for cones
- Steam guard protects hands
- Extra-thick baking plates ensure even heat distribution
- Easy clean up
- Hand wash only
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Last Christmas, I got so annoyed with it, that I got rid of that iron the very next day. This year, I looked around the internet to see if there was a better iron. ***I knew NOT to get the non-stick...but to get the polished one.*** The non-stick ones must not get hot enough or something. I didn't want to buy some really old one (I worried about old electric components) and did see that this machine got nice reviews so I figured I wouldn't be any worse off (than that last machine!) by trying it. It was hard to tell because so many people said "crispy" but I didn't know if they meant "hard" or "dried out" (since some recommended putting the cookies in an oven when you were done to crisp them. I didn't want too-thick and but dry cookies.) Some reviewed irons, but never gave their recipes. Some used REALLY old irons that you put over the stove or on coals! It was very hard to figure out both a recipe and an iron. I wanted thin cookies, not see through, but thin. And crispy enough to snap, but not so dry that they shatter. Crisp, but not hard so can see the crescent shape of your bite. I remember eating around the flower shape when I was little and THAT was the texture I wanted!Read more ›
The pizzelles tasted good, I used my Grandmother's recipe and not the one included with the iron.
A couple of things -
1. It does not have an indicator light, this was a little disappointing, looking at the pictures, I thought it would, the light is only to let you know the iron is hot enough, not a timer when making the pizzelles.
2. Timing was incocnsistent, the iron would continually go from light on to light off, I expected this some but not as often as it happened. Took a while to get the rythym and to get them to come out the same each time.
Good thing is that is did make the Pizzelles nice and thin and crispy, I saw someone asked that and the answer is yes. Overall, this is a decent pizzelle iron. I would first recommend finding a vintage Beraducci Bros or Vitantonio on an auction site, if you prefer new, this is a good one.
My first impression of this item was a slight disappointment related to the short, cheaply constructed handle and the short electrical cord, permanently attached to the baker. (The short handles could inflict a steam burn if you are not careful in handling this baker and the short cord limits where I can plug in this device and sit comfortably to make a batch of pizzelles).
The instructions of operation of this baker are very clear. I primed the non-stick surface as suggested with vegetable oil, prior to my first cookies. All the cooked pizelles were removed without difficulty. The process is easy, but the iron does not return an even color, baked cookie ... but I will concede on this fact. I did not use the suggested recipe in the book ... I used the recipe that I have used for years. Taste was not affected.
The clean-up was easy compared to my old iron and I really appreciated that fact.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The cookies come out thin, which is nice for a delicate cookie.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great iron. Does not stick even without oil or spray. Looking forward to making more Pizzelle cookies.Published 7 days ago by Leap Year Baby
I not only love it, my neighbors learned about Pizzelle's for the first time and one of their teenage daughters helped me make them, then borrowed the baker, then took it traveling... Read morePublished 7 days ago by TKW
I bought this before the Holidays and wanted to wait to write a review until I used it a few times. After the 3rd time using this I have no issues or complaints at the moment. Read morePublished 8 days ago by gene sinopoli
Makes fantastic pizzelles. I highly suggest this to anyone looking for a pizzelle maker. Keep an eye on the time while making them.Published 8 days ago by wyliecritr