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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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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
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.
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.
- 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
- 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
Top customer reviews
I never used the waffle iron again. The waffles stuck so bad that it was impossible to get it cleaned. I threw it away.
Why did I give it five stars? Call me crazy, but I bought another one. I thought I would give it another try. It worked. It didn't stick at all. I Here is the trick to do when you first get this waffle iron. Like another reviewer said, I used the Pam spray before pouring the waffle batter and I also added vegetable oil to the waffle mix. On my first purchase I used the Pam and added oil to the waffle mix, but the waffles stuck. On my second purchase I did everything the same (used Pam and oil in the mixture), BUT I did something different. I put the waffle dial between 4 and 5. After I poured the waffle mix in, I waited for the green light to come on. Note: you get a green light when the waffle maker is ready for you to pour the mix in and once you do and close the lid it turns red and then will turn green again after awhile). So anyways, I poured my mixture in and waited until the green light came on. Do not peek to see if the waffle is ready. Once the green light comes on...DO NOT OPEN THE WAFFLE MAKER. Let it cook for a little while longer (I waited pretty long thinking that it is going to be burnt). Then open it up. You will have a thoroughly cooked (really crispy cooked waffle that does not look appetizing). The key is the first waffle is never to be eaten. First because it helps get the new smell, newly heated waffle iron out. Second, because you cooked the waffle so very long. But that is the key. By cooking it so long the first time is like seasoning the waffle iron. If you open it too early it will separate the waffle and it will stick. So be sure to make your first waffle the throw away waffle.
On your second waffle, still use the Pam and put oil in the mixture. I put the dial between 3 and 4 and opened the waffle iron exactly when the light turned green. It came out wonderfully. My third waffle (on another day) I put oil in the mixture and didn't even bother using the Pam. It didn't stick at all and came out perfect.
For those who are wondering what waffle mix I used thinking that would make a difference in if it sticks or not. I used the Krustez pancake mix. Though Krustez says to just add water. Make sure you put in oil. I used a good amount of oil the first three times because I was still nervous about it sticking. Now I use some oil.
I hope this helps someone. Like I said, the first one I bought it stuck every time and I had to throw it away. The second one works great and I think it is because the first waffle was my throw away waffle and I made sure it was thoroughly cooked. Finally, I can have waffles again.
If this review has helped you, please comment and let me know. Thanks.
UPDATE: FROM READING THE COMMENTS TO MY REVIEW IT SEEMS THERE IS A LITTLE CONFUSION ABOUT "THE FIRST WAFFLE." I TOOK THE WAFFLE IRON OUT OF THE BOX AND I ONLY THREW AWAY THE VERY FIRST WAFFLE THE FIRST TIME I USED IT. EVERY OTHER WAFFLE AFTER THAT YOU EAT. WHEN YOU USE IT ON ANOTHER DAY, YOU DON'T HAVE TO THROW AWAY THE FIRST WAFFLE. YOU EAT THEM ALL. FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE WAFFLE LOVERS....FOR THE LIFETIME OF THIS WAFFLE MAKER, ONLY ONE WAFFLE WAS SACRIFICED AND ALL THE OTHERS WERE EATEN. :)
The only problem was I had trouble finding a good recipe. Finally made up my own using Bisquick and Diet Orange soda, with Splenda and a few other things that work really well.
I'd give it 5 stars, but the slider is pretty much useless. I set it in the highest position and just leave it there. But it cleans up easily and for me, it's what I was looking for.
Just don't count on really using the temperature setting. I cook my waffles well; leaving the waffle in an extra cycle. Experiment with the thickness of the batter and you'll find what works best for you.
I do not like Belgium waffles due to the deep holes. It's very hard to find a non Belgium waffle maker anymore. This one was a steal!
The only complaint I have is that the joint of the lid is flimsey and I feel like it can fall apart at anytime. Not sure if I have a defective one but it is concerning.
All and all I do love this product and I continue to use it on a constant basis.