Waring Pro WMK300A Professional Stainless-Steel Belgian Waffle Maker
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- Stainless-steel waffle maker bakes thick, delicious Belgian waffles
- 180-Degree rotating function; rotary browning-control knob
- Power and ready LED indicators; ready audio beep tones
- Drip tray; folding handle for compact storage; UL/CUL-approved
- Measures 11 by 19-1/2 by 9-1/2 inches; 1-Year limited warranty
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The operation is simple. Plug it in and wait for the iron to preheat. Brush or spray a little oil on the surface. Pour batter on the nonstick grid, close the top, rotate the handle, and wait for the machine to beep when the waffle is done. Rotate the iron back to the original position, lift the lid, and remove the waffle. The whole cooking process takes about five minutes. The only real trick to operating this waffle maker is finding a good recipe. I didn't bother trying Waring's selections and instead found my favorite recipe online.
If you use a cooking spray instead of brushing on oil, make sure that you use the kind for grilling and high heat cooking. The original Pam leaves a sticky residue since it is not meant for such temperatures. A good, flavorless oil works best.
The whole thing cleans up in minutes, if not seconds.Read more ›
I understand that it would be frustrating if it dies after only a few months or even a year. We all desire for small appliances to last a long time. And since I just received it this week, I cannot speak to how it will fare for me, BUT, it's performance and the pleasure of my family at breakfast this morning far outweighs my concerns about a short life span of this waffle maker.
It makes amazing !!! waffles. My mom always gave me the advice that before you start trying your own recipes, use the ones that come with the machine. So, I started out with the overnight waffle recipe from the manual. I made it last night and then added the eggs, vanilla, and baking soda this morning per the recipe. I followed the directions (which were wonderfully detailed) and made a batch of delicious waffles. I started with the setting on #4 as the manual recommended and actually preferred them a little darker (in between the 4 and 5). My husband was blown away by how light and airy the waffles were. We (my husband, mother, and I) all agreed that we have never had a lighter, airier waffle!
So, I am truly excited about this waffle maker. There are a few other reasons (besides the waffles themselves) why I love this waffle maker. #1: There is an audible beep when it is ready to be used and it beeps when the waffle is done.Read more ›
Since we liked the type of waffles this thing made, we started looking for another similar appliance. On Waring's website we found the real professional version, sold as part of their "Commercial" line. So, here is the trick: "Pro" does not mean professional, it is more like "Pro-bably works for a few months".
If you like the features of this waffle maker, but want a product that actually lasts, buy the Waring WW150 Commercial waffle maker. It is more expensive, but it is the real thing. Made of die-cast metal, no plastic in any of the mechanics, we love it, works great. It makes waffles slightly faster than the cheap-o version, too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My WMK300 fell apart when we were making waffles. While I like the waffles we make on this maker becareful since the back end of our maker suddenly split apart while we were using... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Loran Haworth
I love my makers but the Waring customer service is TERRIBLE!
I sent an email when both of my makers stopped heating after 4 uses. Read more
Hinge busted, just like everyone else's will or already has. Wonderful for a few years. Now a paperweight. At the curb.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this waffle iron over a year ago and it is still going strong, makes the best waffles and GRILLED CHEESE SAMMICHES! It is super easy to clean and I wont even loan it out!Published 4 months ago by K. Rife
Horrible....."Non Stick" is a complete joke, and you will NOT be laughing. You can "Season" this thing till the cows come home..it still sticks. Read morePublished 5 months ago by HighTech
I have owned the restaurant style waffle maker for over 15 years and it continues to put out perfect waffles without sticking. The plates look brand new. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David Esq.
We've had ours for over 5 years and today the screws stripped out. Mom caught it in time to hold it in place for the last waffle to finish cooking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joshua Mueller
We liked this product at first. Made great waffles. Then one day it fell apart. The handled completely broke apart. It looks like the screw housing melted. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bernadette Garwood