They say the most important meal of the day is breakfast, and while that may be true, we also think it’s the most delicious and offers the most possibilities. Allow Bed Bath & Beyond to expand your breakfast repertoire with an extensive selection of waffle makers, waffle irons, and waffle machines. There’s no better way to start your day than a well-rounded breakfast - a little sweet, a little savory, carbs, fruits, meats - you name it, breakfast can adapt to include it. Waffles are one of those infinitely transformable items. Breakfast or dinner, simple classic or newly crafted with delicious toppings - whatever you choose, once you add a waffle maker to your kitchen accessories, there’s no doubt you’ll be using it more often than you ever intended. So now, it’s time to jazz up your meal menu and get creative in the kitchen with creations that will truly wow your family, friends, or guests.
Perhaps you’re on-board with wanting a waffle machine, but don’t know if you can justify another kitchen appliance. Afterall, are you really going to be making waffles that often? Well, luckily for you, we’ve had the same thoughts and we’re here to tell you will use it. So, what else can you use a waffle maker machine for? You may want to get ready to search this, but your mind is about to be blown as this machine will transcend far beyond breakfast. Aside from waffles, these are ideal for perfectly crispy hash browns, omelets, or cinnamon buns. Interested in snacks? Give crispy Mac and cheese bites a try, toast up a quesadilla, melt your mozzarella sticks, grilled cheese, s’mores, brownies, donuts, you name it. The very best? Waffle maker bacon, that’s right it’ll be the most perfectly crispy bacon you’ve had. But go ahead and check it out yourself, these are just a few of our ideas.
Different Types of Waffle Makers
Ok, you’ve made it this far, we’ve grabs your interest, but what are all these different types of waffle makers and how exactly do they differ? Fear not - we’ve got you covered. First and foremost, let’s talk Belgian waffle maker versus American waffle maker. A Belgian waffle has deeper pockets with a lighter and crispier texture, which makes them the ideal foundation for holding lots of toppings or pooling lots of syrup atop. Next, there are waffle irons and waffle makers. Here, the difference is largely how they are used. Waffle irons are cast iron pieces that are used to cook waffles either over a fire or a stovetop. However, electric waffle makers are appliances used to cook waffles by simply pouring the batter and turning it on. There are also flipping waffle makers that are most ideal for commercial use as they offer a visual benefit and use less batter by flipping the machine and allowing it to drip, creating a light, fluffy texture. Also, fun (and frankly a must-have) are mini waffle machines, which offer many fun shapes for a playful touch to a special occasion (or create the perfect size for an individual serving).