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Palmer Pizzelle Maker Classic

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  • Made in USA by Palmer manufacturing
  • Makes 2 thin 5 inches cookies
  • Cast aluminum plates
  • 5 year warranty
  • free cone roller included
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000NKRWNA
  • Item model number: 1000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,202 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Made in USA This very popular iron is designed to make delicious crispy high ribbed 2 pizelles in half the time required by hand irons. Makes 2 thin 5 inches cookies, 120 volts 800 watts, Ul listed, Cast aluminum plates, Chrome and cast aluminum body, 5 year manufacturer warranty free cone roller

Customer Reviews

So much better tasting and crispier.
Butterfly
It worked perfectly and made great, crispy pizzelles.
Ronald J. Ofman
She makes hundreds of pizzelles every Christmas.
Les

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By J. Hannan on February 15, 2009
The Palmer Pizzelle Iron is the real deal. Made in the USA, it's design probably hasn't changed in the 50+ years they have been made. No need to change. It's simple, it works. Makes perfect pizzelle. Backed by a 10 year guarantee. Why would you buy any other one? This one may cost a little more, but considering the time we'll spend making and enjoying them, it's insignificant.

The unit is built solid out of cast aluminum. Looks like it could withstand anything. Once warmed up and seasoned (with the first pizzelle), this iron cranks them out, absolutely no sticking. No need for the teflon. Clean up is a breeze - just wipe it clean after it cools down.

And to answer another reviewer's question, this iron makes two 5" pizzelle.
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89 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Les on December 16, 2007
Plug in your iron, put on your apron & some italian music, mix up your batter (with some anise oil) and get ready to experience an Italian Christmas. This iron is just like the one your (or your friend's) Italian grandmother has been using since the 50's. It works year after year, and you do not need the teflon coating - this is the one to buy. My friend has both the original (like this one) and the teflon coated one. She makes hundreds of pizzelles every Christmas. She much prefers this one.

This year I mixed up a gluten free version of the pizzelle batter and it worked perfectly. I'm sold on this iron. I believe it will last forever!

BTW - the irons from the early 50's had a typed note in them with 10 lines of instructions. The first line was to read all the instructions. The second was to not loan this iron to anyone!
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By S. Gallo on January 31, 2010
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The Palmer Pizzelle Maker works great. When we got it, we unpacked it, scanned the directions, and began making pizzelles. They came out delicious. Just one warning!!! Make sure to thoroughly warm up the iron. On our second attempt to make pizelles for my in-laws, my wife and I, apparently, did not allow the right amount of warm up time. We put the batter in, closed the lid, and when we opened it... YIKES, we had a pizzelle mess, two different halfs of the pizzelle stuck to the top and bottom irons. It was a pain to get it cleaned. But after cleaning and re-heating, the iron worked wonders again.
So remember to warm up the iron to the allotted time and you should get very tastey pizzelles, just like great grandma used to make (which is why I bought this one...she used the stove top one though).
Enjoy
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Sil on October 2, 2012
Coming from an Italian family pizzelles are an important part of family holidays and get-togethers. After having to replace many other pizzelle irons due to inferior quality of materials and poor cooking performance we decided to try this one. It's made here in the USA, an added plus.

The cooking plates are a nice heavy cast aluminum, and are wrap around to make up the sides of the iron, maybe helping keep the iron heated by thermal mass, and making the unit sturdy. They are heated to a perfect temperature to ensure crisp, tender pizzelles. I let the iron heat up, spritz lightly with non-stick spray like Pam and bake pizzelles for hours without needing to respray. This iron keeps up, does not cool between cookies even when open, and most important the pizzelles come out cleanly, never sticking. At first I thought the deep grooves would cause the pizzelles to come out too thick, soft or soggy, but they are thin and crisp even before they are fully cooled, amazing! Much better than any Teflon coated pizzelle iron I've ever used.

The relatively high cooking temperature gets the pizzelles cooked quickly as well making them crisp. It only takes from 20-30 seconds to cook each pair of pizzelles depending on how golden you want the cookies to be. If you have a clock with a second hand you can time your batch of pizzelles and they will turn out a uniform color through out your batch.

The handles are strong and beefy and long enough that you can grip the iron closed by hand without needing to use the included clip at the end (important if you spend hours cooking pizzelles so your fingers don't tire using the clip) The long handles keep you from getting burned by the steam. Other irons I've used have wimpy and/or short handles, what a difference!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Home Geezer on January 10, 2013
After our old Magic Maid iron went south I read just about every review on Amazon concerning available pizzelle irons. Overall I was unimpressed with the products falling in the $50.00 range because of various complaints of breaking clips, sticking batter, chipping Teflon/Non-stick coatings, etc. The reviews on the Palmer Mfg. 1000 (Polished Aluminum plate model - not the Non-Stick alternative) were compelling - Even the few negative reviews revealed hidden advantages - One user complained that it must have been made from ancient design and tooling to which I say: "What's wrong with that? The basic design of the wheel hasn't changed in milleniums and it still works fine.." ( I guess that's the geezer factor coming out - I'm made from ancient tooling and design and I'm still functioning fine (for the most part)).
When I received my Palmer iron I tried it out after reading the simple instructions and it worked perfectly - That's not to say I didn't over-brown a couple until I got the cooking time down which for my unit is about 25 to 30 seconds per set. The cookies did not stick and came out easily thus laying that fear to rest. Cookies were about 1/4" thick at the thickest point but very light and crisp..The recipe I use is my late Grandmother's and uses butter exclusively - I don't think Grandma Valery ever had margarine in her home and vegetable shortening was rarely used and never in her pizzelles. I think this factor sets the cookies apart from the softer, cakey pizelles that you usually find in the grocery at Christmas time.

Clean up was very easy, a damp cloth and a careful wipe cleaned the little residue off the cooking plates and the outer surfaces.
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