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Cuisinart WMR-CA Round Classic Waffle Maker

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  • Dual indicator lights; 5-setting browning control
  • Round nonstick cook plate with four quarters
  • Stands on end for compact storage
  • 3-Year warranty
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Color: Silver

Cuisinart WMR-CA Round Classic Waffle Maker

Get ready for more of a good thing with the Cuisinart Classic Waffle Maker. Bake delicious waffles fast with this gleaming stainless steel appliance. Nonstick plates, indicator lights and a regulating thermostat make operation easy while the five-setting browning control mean your waffle will always be baked to perfection. Top chocolate waffles with ice cream for an update on the ice cream sandwich, or try cheddar cheese and chive waffles as an out-of-the-ordinary complement to soup or chili. It’s time to break away from breakfast!

Features and Benefits

Cuisinart WMR-CA Round Classic Waffle Maker

Browning Control Adjustment: Five settings to customize waffle maker from light to deep golden brown

Indicator Lights: Signals when waffle maker is ready to bake and signals when waffles are ready to eat

Weighted Lid: Lid will not rise as waffles bake

Rubber Feet: Prevents marking countertop and keeps unit steady

Brushed Stainless Steel Covers: Clean and sleek look for any countertop

Cord Storage: Cord wraps under bottom for easy storage

Cleaning and Maintenance

Once you have finished baking, remove plug from electrical outlet. Leave top lid open so grids begin to cool. Never take your waffle maker apart for cleaning. Simply brush crumbs from grooves, and absorb any excess cooking oil by wiping with a dry cloth or paper towel. You may clean the grids by wiping with a damp cloth to prevent staining and sticking from batter or oil buildup. Be certain grids have cooled completely before cleaning. If batter adheres to plates, simply pour a little cooking oil onto the baked batter and let stand approximately 5 minutes, thus allowing it to soften for easy removal. To clean exterior, wipe with a soft dry cloth. Never use an abrasive cleanser or harsh pad.

Cuisinart Round Classic Waffle Maker

Storage

When waffle making is completed, simply store your maker with the cord wrapped securely around base. Plug prongs fit into the special grooves on the side of the waffle maker. For compact storage, stand waffle maker on opening end so Cuisinart logo is facing you. The waffle maker has been designed with a special latching feature so the lid stays closed during storage.

Tips on how to make the perfect waffles

Cuisinart recommends the heat setting #3 for golden brown waffles. If you prefer crisper, darker waffles, increase the browning control to setting #4 or 5. For evenly filled waffles, pour the batter onto the center of the lower grid and close the cover. We recommend using 1/2 cup batter per waffle for evenly filled waffles. Waffles are best when made to order, but baked waffles may be kept warm in a 200°F oven. Place in a baking pan or wrap in foil while in the oven. Waffles wrapped in foil may lose their crispiness. Baked waffles may be frozen. Allow to cool completely, then place in plastic food storage bag. Use waxed paper to keep waffles separated. Reheat in a toaster or toaster oven when ready to use.

Product Features

Cuisinart WMR-CA Round Classic Waffle Maker
  • Bakes one large traditional-style waffle
  • Five-setting browning control
  • Regulating thermostat
  • Nonstick baking plates
  • Brushed stainless steel housing
  • Red and green "ready to bake/ready to eat" indicator lights
  • Instruction/Recipe book included

Suggested Toppings

  • Syrups: Maple syrup, fruit syrup
  • Sauces: Chocolate sauce, fruit sauce, warm fruit compote
  • Powders: Powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar blend
  • Nuts: Chopped almonds, walnuts, pecans, macadamia nuts
  • Fruit: Any variety of berry
  • Dairy: Whipped cream; ice cream; sorbet; yogurt

Product Details

Color: Silver
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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00006JKZN
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  • Item model number: WMR-CA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,031 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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502 of 518 people found the following review helpful By Manish Laxmikant on February 12, 2006
Color: Silver
Update: Daily use, keeps going and turns out excellent waffles.
I mentioned below that waffle batter can be stored in the fridge. Try leaving it out overnight. The batter turns slightly sour, and still makes great waffles, but with a sourdoughish flavor that is pure heaven with maple syrup. And you can make some and leave it next to the waffle iron the previous night so all you have to wait for in the morning is for this waffle maker to heat up.

Interesting that this product is getting polarized reviews. Either very good or terrible. Here's my experience and then comments others might find useful.

- I made a batch of chocolate waffles to freeze (to reheat and serve with ice-cream). All 14 turned out perfect. Before that, I made 7 regular waffles that came out GBD - Golden Brown and Delicious. All I did was follow the light and use settings from 3 to 4.
- Going back and forth to get my preferred color was easy because 3 was still 3 after going to 4 (and a bit more). The initial and subsequent uses didn't cause variations in the color. Good design.
- Wiped all of it clean with a wet kitchen napkin. Easy.
- Miles ahead of my last waffle iron, which required a lot of guessing and waffle rejection.
- DON'T open the lid until you see the ready light. Or bye bye waffles. They do not like to be disturbed until ready.
- A good recipe is important. Don't use pancake mix, which is simply a combination of the dry ingredients formulated for pancakes and not waffles. Besides it's a rip-off, like selling $1 unglazed tile as a $20 pizza stone.
- Here's my adaptation of a Good Eats recipe: 2 cups all purpose flour, tsp baking powder, half tsp baking soda, tsp salt, 3 tablespoons sugar. Whisk together thoroughly.
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767 of 803 people found the following review helpful By The Bee Bee VINE VOICE on October 31, 2002
Color: Silver
I've owned three or four waffle makers and none of them compare to the quality of this gem from Cuisinart. If you're picky about waffles--and why shouldn't you be?--then spend a little extra on this model and get effortless results. Here's what makes this a GREAT wafflemaker:
1) An accurate thermostat--no surprises when you open the lid
2) A consistent heating surface--avoid hot spots or undercooked waffles
3) A variable timer--essential if you have more than one waffle color preference in the family
4) Smart design--it stores on its side, taking up a LOT less space in your cupboard
5) Easy to clean exterior--cleans up with a damp paper towel
6) Dependable non-stick finish--unlike cheap waffle makers, the nonstick finish on this model does not wear out
7) Cool-touch lid--never burn your hand on a waffle maker again
I am genuinely thrilled with my Cuisinart waffle maker and I believe it's an absolute bargain. If you're used to spending big bucks on store-bought waffles--or if you have a cheap, junky waffle maker at home--treat yourself to this nice little unit. It's a low-cost luxury. Plus, you'll have a fun time making waffles (and impressing your family and friends!). Bon appetit!
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259 of 281 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 6, 2003
Color: Silver
I am so surprised by the negative reviews of this product. We've had this waffler for a year now and have used it A LOT. I'd estimate 75 times- usually once or twice a week. We've never had a problem with sticking and the waffler is going strong. The waffles turn out great, every time.
One thing to consider, waffles require you to use oil in the batter. It's what gives them the nice crispy golden brown outside, and I imagine it helps with the sticking too. Now, I've never encountered a waffle recipe that doesn't call for oil, but it makes me wonder if those who have problem with sticking are simply using pancake batter???
We tried other wafflers with our regular batter recipe and the results were awful- heavy and dense. This waffler makes a nice light waffle. The selector really works to get the desired done-ness, it's a great feature and we've found the results to be very reliable.
In short, we think this is a great product. Our experience with other wafflers indicates they're not all created equal, and this one is quite a good model. We like ours so much we've completely stopped making pancakes!
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95 of 103 people found the following review helpful By N. Huebner on February 7, 2010
Color: Silver
I don't make waffles very often, so I wasn't looking at buying something super-expensive for only occasional use. The price seemed like a good value, and the reviews were mostly positive. However, this waffle iron had enough design issues that I returned it after the first use.
Pros: efficient space-saving design, easy to store
Cons: rear hinge does not expand up, so when the waffle expands during cooking it opens the front of the waffle maker, venting the steam directly onto the handle, and making the waffles cook unevenly. At first I thought I was putting too much batter on the iron, but after several creative batter-pouring and spreading attempts I continued to have the same problem. Uneven cooking, steam burns on my hand when I tried to open the maker, and shoddy construction that allows the top plate to wiggle significantly from side to side when moving the unit were enough to convince me it was not worth the money or the headache.
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359 of 404 people found the following review helpful By Vyshtia TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 24, 2005
Color: Silver
Why would you want a waffler?

I wanted to start making my own waffles after hearing about how subpar frozen waffles are in comparison to waffles made from scratch. Waffles made from scratch has a lot more versatility, quality, taste, and you can freeze them as well. Make a batch, freeze the extras, and just make more when you run out. I have to agree that these waffles are a lot better than frozen waffles and quality is of importance to me, so I'm sticking to this routine.

What kind of waffler to get?

There are many different kinds and here are some factors to consider:

1. Belgian vs Regular - basically the same batter, yet will taste different when made in these two different styles. The Belgian is bigger and the batter rises more when cooked, resulting in a very light and fluffy waffle. The regular waffle is more dense. Which is better? That's personal preference, but I do like the Belgian more.

2. Shape

There are a lot of different shapes: Round, Square, Rectangular sticks, Mickey Mouse, Hearts, etc.... For regular waffles, Round is best because the heat coil in the waffler is able to spread the heat more evenly so all the edges gets cooked more evenly than with other shapes. This is not that big a deal, but it is of importance to consider.

3. One vs Multiple waffles.

For a waffler to make multiple waffles at once, it would take a lot of electricity and time. Considering those two factors, it's better to have a couple of single waffle makers rather than one waffer that makes several waffles. My sister has one that makes 2 square waffles and she loves that one, but beware of those that make more than 2 waffles at a time.
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