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Cuisinart WAF-100 4-Slice Belgian Waffle Maker

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  • Waffle maker bakes 4 square 1-inch-deep Belgian waffles at a time
  • 5-setting browning control; nonstick baking plates for effortless food release
  • Chrome-plated handle; stainless-steel top cover with embossed Cuisinart logo
  • Handy indicator lights; locking lid; cord storage; recipe/instruction book included
  • Measures 14 by 13-4/5 by 7 inches
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No need to wait until Sunday mornings for homemade waffles thanks to this easy-to-use countertop appliance. Simply add homemade or quick-mix waffle batter to the cooking plate, turn the five-setting browning control to the desired setting, and lower the lid. In addition to the red "power" indicator light (stays on while baking), the appliance provides a green "ready" indicator light and an audible alert that indicate when the machine is ready for another batch or has fully cooked waffles--perfectly crisp on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside--that are ready to enjoy. The appliance makes four square-shaped 1-inch-deep Belgian waffles at a time, with indents for easily separating the four pieces and a nonstick cooking surface to ensure effortless release. Transport the waffles to a plate, add butter and maple syrup or fresh berries and whipped cream, and enjoy. Other highlights include a chrome-plated handle, a stainless-steel top cover with an embossed Cuisinart logo, a locking lid, cord storage under the base, and the ability to stand the unit on end for convenient storing when not in use. A recipe/instruction book comes included. The four-slice Belgian waffle maker measures 14 by 13-4/5 by 7 inches.

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  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 13.8 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002LLOE4E
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  • Item model number: WAF-100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,534 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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122 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Mark H. Mckinney on February 18, 2010
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We love waffles and used a Black and Decker "American" waffle maker (smaller pockets than a Belgian waffle-maker) for years, but the plates got too hard to clean and the waffles started to stick. We decided to switch to a Belgian waffle maker and this is the model we decided on.

First the good. This waffle maker holds a lot of batter - nearly two cups. In one batch, I can make a pretty filling waffle for each member of my family. No more arguing over who gets the first batch. It is also very well built and has a great non-stick coating on the irons. I also like the audible alert telling you when it's done and the fact that the cord wraps around the base and the unit can be stored vertically.

Now for the bad. I have yet to get this to make evenly cooked waffles. It always produces a waffle with a dark over-cooked circle on the bottom with the corners and entire top side completely under-cooked. I resorted to cooking it half way, opening it, flipping the half cooked waffle over and closing the lid again. This helped, but resulted in a few burned fingertips. I would be very hesitant to recommend this model.

Finally, a tip: If you've never tried a true Belgian waffle made with yeast, do yourself a favor, search for a yeast-based waffle recipe and make some. They're not much harder to make and you'll never go back to baking powder ones again!
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91 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Josette L. Romero on January 11, 2010
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I was skeptical about purchasing this waffle maker from other reviews online but I am glad I did. This is the best waffle maker!! I used a box of Krusteaz waffle mix and followed the directions on the box, set the waffle maker on 3, sprayed some PAM on the waffle maker, pour 1/2 cup of waffle batter in each slot and when it beeped I opened to find a big Belgian waffle slices cooked to perfection! There was no issue with spill overs, the color was a nice golden brown and it was fluffy, had a nice crisp but still soft, topped with fresh strawberries, syrup and whipped cream and we've got the best Belgian waffles right at home! It came right off the machine with no sticking or mess and the clean up was nothing as I only had to wipe it down with a paper towel after it cooled down. I absolutely love this waffle maker and would recommend to anyone. The unit did not get too hot to handle and the handle stayed nice and cool. It was so fun cooking up the waffles that before I knew it I went through a whole box! The great thing is you can make these ahead, freeze them and when you want a waffle just heat up in a toaster. No more frozen Eggo Waffles for me as I now have fresh homemade waffles right at my fingers anytime I feel like it. And the money I am saving because Eggo Waffles can get pretty expensive!
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Clark on January 7, 2010
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I love this waffle iron! I have had no problems with run-overs when following the recipe. I do spray it with Pam the first waffle each time I use it. It is nice that it has the beeper to let you know when they are done. I found it accurate -- we use it on 3 and it works great. Although it will store on end, it is much too tall for my cupboard. It locks closed for cooking and storage and opens easily. It takes too long to cook up a batch to feed my crew to use daily but we really broke it in over the holidays and had no problems or complaints. The recipes that come with it are great but are not "light & fluffy" recipes. I used it for my regular Belgian waffle recipe that comes out "light & fluffy" and it worked great with none of the usual spill overs. I highly recommend it!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Christidge on July 4, 2010
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Our older Cuisneart WAF-6 maker broke, so we needed to get a new one, since "Waffle Sundays" have become a tradition in our house.
So we saw this newer model, smaller footprint Belgian stlye maker, and at a lower price to boot. Win-win! (or so we thought)

So far after 4 weekends worth of trying to make an actual light , fluffy *EDIBLE* Belgian waffle, we've yet to reach our goal. We have tried 4 different waffle batters, including today's "made from scratch" one directly from the included recipe book, tried different temps, etc, all with the same exact result - bricks. They are brown on the outside, half cooked on the inside with the consistency of the soles of shoes. I first tried temp 5, then down to 4, then down to 3, the nup to 3.5. It doesn't matter, this thing simply cannot produce an edible product. Unfortunately, we already threw away toe box, or it would be going back.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Spacecataz on February 24, 2011
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I bought this waffle maker to replace a Toastmaster "Belgian" Waffle MakerToastmaster TMWB4BELW 4-Section Belgian Waffle Maker with Cool-Touch Exterior I wanted a waffle maker that was easier to clean (overspill doesn't flow into hinge) and made four full sized waffles. The "WAF-100" seemed to be the best mix of price and ratings, though reading the reviews raised concerns about how even the waffles would be cooked and the non-stickiness.

Today, I made a double-batch of my own recipe and the waffles turned out perfectly. I was happy that I made a double batch, because the iron is deep--even though it's not advertised as a belgian waffle iron (see uploaded pic, one waffle is as thick as two Eggo-brand waffles.) At a medium setting (just above "2"), I did not have any issues with the cooking of the waffles- they were cooked evenly and thoroughly, creating a crispy outer layer and a softer, fluffy center. I forgot to spray the cooking surfaces before I started, as recommended, but I had no issues with sticking at all. I had no spill over, either, but the machine takes so much batter at once that it's hard to over fill it. The machine is a huge upgrade over my previous machine.

I do not want to dismiss the other reports of sticking and uneven cooking. I suspect that a lot depends on the recipe (I use a baking powder-based recipe made from scratch) and that some recipes are more apt to get stuck. As for uneven cooking, I followed others' advice and used a mid to low setting and was patient. The machine cooked about as fast as the old Toastmaster, which had no temperature controls.

Overall, for the price, I am extremely happy with the waffle maker. I would certainly recommend it to a friend. Also, the name is funny. "WAF-100!!!" It sounds like a weapon on a military vehicle. Bonus.
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