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Smart Planet PP-5 Waffle Cone Maker


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  • Make your own waffle ice-cream cones at home
  • Makes pizzelles fast and easy
  • Recipe book included
  • Waffle roller included
  • Non-stick surface

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 8.9 x 4.7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002G4GEO4
  • Item model number: PP-5
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,718 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Don't pay extra to get a delicious waffle done. Now you can make your own in minutes. Experiment with the recipes included or develop your own creations. Roller is included to help you achieve the perfect shape. Fill the cone with ice cream, fruit, etc. Or use them flat for ice cream sandwiches.

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Customer Reviews

Please, don't waste your money or put anyone in danger by operating this appliance.
A. Cox
I'd recommend this product to anyone interested in making waffle cones for fun--it's definitely a hit with parties, family and friends.
Ingrid Nohlsson
Hot steam escapes over your hand when you open it, so always use a silicone mitt when using the machine.
Meryl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Northwoods Bookseller on August 28, 2010
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I love the waffle cone maker. The cones come out great! The only thing is, it gets so hot, that even with a mitt, it's difficult to open it up when ready.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Cox on September 8, 2011
I used to work at an ice cream shop and love fresh waffle cones, so my husband surprised me with this appliance for my birthday. I was not expecting it to make restaurant quality cones, but I thought I would get some decent cones at least. The only thing great about this appliance is the batter recipe found in the booklet. After trying to roll over 15 waffle cones, I'm returning it immediately, and here's why:

- The lid isn't stable and will slam shut on you at the slightest touch (burning hot!)
- The front handle/ lip that is supposed to be used for lifting the lid is burning hot and you have to use an oven mitt to touch it.
- The indicator light does not click on and off consistently. Sometimes it indicates "ready" when the waffle is undercooked, and sometimes it indicates "ready" when the waffle is completely burned and inedible.
- The waffles that I managed to cook okay were paper thin and tore easily, making it very difficult to roll into the cone shape.
- The instructions were not very easy to follow and seemed disorganized.

Like I mentioned, many of the torn waffle scraps I sampled were delicious and the recipe is right on. But that's where the good ends and the bad begins. Please, don't waste your money or put anyone in danger by operating this appliance.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ingrid Nohlsson on December 1, 2011
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I ordered this product on a whim one afternoon and wanted it the next day so I could make waffle cones for a 4th of July picnic. It came, and it almost conquered. If you've ever wanted waffle cones at home, this is a pretty easy and inexpensive way to take the consumption of ice cream to the next level.

The good: It heats up relatively quickly and its nonstick surface is easy to clean. Its instruction booklet comes with two recipes (original and chocolate). The original is pretty good. This appliance will smell pretty darn good if you don't leave the batter in too long. It makes for a good-sized cone, but can also do minis if you'd like. OR you can place a waffle over a tea cup or glass to make a waffle bowl.

Things to look out for with the APPLIANCE:
MESSY--as with most kitchen endeavors, waffle cone making is a messy process with any iron/method. With this product, make sure you have a towel or plate underneath it to catch any batter spillage. If you're putting in 1-2 tbs of batter, it should be pretty minimal.
HOT--Use a hot pad or towel to open the iron after it's done cooking. Have a butter knife or thin spatula on hand to remove the waffle from the iron and to place it on a towel on your rolling surface. Use the towel to roll the cone with the provided cone mold so it doesn't burn you.

Extra things about waffle cone making in general:
See above, because it's going to be true for most methods.
Try David Lebovitz's waffle cone recipe from The Perfect Scoop (available from Amazon) or Jeni Bauer's recipe from Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream At Home (also on Amazon). Finally, the best recipe I've done so far is actually Gluten-Free! [...]
The above authors/ice cream makers give good tips on the process as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Meryl on January 7, 2012
One star for the machine, an extra one for the recipe. I bought one of these machines two months ago. I agree with the person who said it is a dangerous machine as it can very easily cause severe burns.
The lid is unstable and the handle is searingly hot. Hot steam escapes over your hand when you open it, so always use a silicone mitt when using the machine.
If it hasn't already caused significant burns to users, I would be very surprised. The machine also has hot spots so that when one part of the cone is perfect, there are already burned spots elsewhere.
However- the cone recipe is lovely. It is easy to roll and crisps up even if you stop cooking when it is pale, to avoid burnt spots.Still, there are recipes on the web so that is not a good reason to buy this machine.
I think it is worth spending the extra money to buy a better brand, which I will now do.
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By Chad Nydegger on February 6, 2014
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This is now our second Smart Planet waffle cone maker. The first one worked great and we made hundreds of cones. Eventually we just wore it out. We bought a new one because we use it so often in the summer time. The recipe is also great!
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By MH on July 11, 2013
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We have had a great deal of fun with it but still haven't mastered the art of waffle cone making. At least it has all been edible.

Cons:
1.Didn't like the recipe that came with the book so we have used the recipe in David Liebovitz's 'The Perfect Scoop'.
2.Secondly, the waffle maker gets super hot, most of the time we are able to open it with our hands but sometimes we need a cloth.
3.The waffle maker actually has a temperature control, ie when it gets too hot it turns off, below a certain temperature it turns back on again. The problem with this, is it cools down too much and then the waffle takes longer so I end up opening it repeatedly to see if it is us.

This appliance is less than perfect but for the price and the fun factor, worth it. I bought it just to try out waffle cone making and if I really liked it and wanted to do more could research and get a higher end one. So far, I am fine to stick it out with this one, not ready to invest yet but still having fun..
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