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- Nonstick coated baking plates
- Six-setting browning control
- Ready to Bake/Ready to Eat indicator lights
- Audible alert; recipe book included
- Brushed stainless steel top cover
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The Cuisinart 4-Slice Belgian Waffle Maker always cooks golden waffles that are crispy on the outside and mouthwateringly tender on the inside. With a stylish brushed stainless steel cover, the waffle iron offers an adjustable temperature control with six browning settings for ultimate control. The result. Precise perfection.
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I tried the Oster flip-style waffle maker (Oster CKSTWFBF10WC-ECO DuraCeramic Flip Waffle Maker) before this one and I couldn't get it to make crisp waffles even at the highest temperature setting and cooking was very non-uniform. The WAF-200 appears to have a better, uniform heating system as well as higher quality fit and finish.
Here's the basic recipe I use that makes really great waffles every time:
- 3/4 cup all purpose flour
- 1/4 cup cornstarch
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 1/4 tsp baking soda
- 1 cup milk (or 1 cup almond milk if you want to make dairy-free waffles)
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil (I use avocado oil)
- 2 small eggs (or one extra large egg)
- 1 Tbs sugar
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
0. Set the waffle maker to 5 (or your desired browning setting) and let it preheat
1. Mix the dry ingredients (except sugar) in a bowl
2. Mix the wet ingredient (and sugar) in another bowl. (I use a mixer for this step)
3. Add the wet mix to the dry mix and whisk until just mixed (do not overmix)
4. Pour batter uniformly to the waffle maker so that the peaks are just covered (it takes about a cup)
5. Bake until the waffle maker beeps
This recipe makes exactly two 8 1/4" waffles in the WAF-200
Problem is the light-weight feel of the top unit, which also rattles around a little bit.
Also, it claims to be a belgian waffle maker but the waffle is awfully flat to be considered a true belgian in my book. I prefer the Oster flip waffle maker for about half the price. Though its a little plasticky and more difficult to clean.
I haven't see the perfect waffle maker yet, still looking. Good luck.
Power is more than adequate. It heats up fast, around 3-5 minutes at typical room temperature. It also cleans easily in spite of its non-removable plates. The non-stick surface works really well.
There have been no signs of wear on this unit. From what we've experienced in constant and frequent usage, this is an extremely well built unit.
We made our second attempt at waffles today, using a recipe used in my older waffle iron for many years. (this recipe is listed in another comment on this iron) I prefer crisp waffles, so I put the iron on 5. The waffles did not brown evenly; the indentations were nicely brown, but the "puffy" parts, the edges of the waffle sections, were barely browned, and the waffle was limp and flaccid when removed from the iron. I put the iron on 6, the maximum setting. After preheat beep, I poured in the batter and timed it. After about 4 1/2 minutes, the iron beeped. The waffle was darker, the edges more done, but the indentations were almost overdone. The waffle was still limp!
I wanted to like this iron; it's sturdy, it's easy to clean, and I like other Cuisinart products, but the product doesn't live up to its promise.