Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Heart Waffle Maker Reviewed

Another Way To Say I Love You

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With Valentine's Day rapidly approaching, I have had hearts on my mind. I found an adorable little kitchen gadget that will allow me to make little heart shaped waffles anytime of the year that I want to. 

The fun part is that with this mini waffle maker you and I are not constrained with just making waffles. Any wet batter will work. So, we can make heart shaped hash browns, paninis or even biscuit dough for a little heart shaped pizza. Now isn't that a fun idea? 

This little waffle maker is very light weight (about a pound) and does not take up much room for storage. It is a perfect size for a small apartment and can even travel with you on vacation. It heats up fairly quickly, too. The one drawback is that it only makes one waffle at a time but it shouldn't take too much time to whip up several due to the miniature size. 

I couldn't help but think of one of my family members who traveled around the country in an RV. This little heart waffle maker would have been great for them to have on their trips because it would pack away nicely in that very limited kitchen area. You are not limited to a heart design, either. There is an option for traditional round waffles if you would rather have them instead of hearts. 

What a fun idea for a house warming gift or a gift for the new bride and groom. Kids can make heart shaped waffles for Mom or Dad on Mother's and Father's day. There are just so many fun ways that this little gadget can be used! I think that it would be such a fun little addition to any kitchen. What about you? Do you think that you would have some fun with it? 




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6 comments:

  1. What a fun idea, Beverly. Besides making a cute gift, it has the benefit of having multiple uses (not just as a waffle maker) and being easy to store. Very clever.

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  2. Of course I think the heart shaped waffles are awesome! At home, I line a pan with aluminum foil, make waffles or pancakes one at a time and wrap them in the foil & pan, set them in the slightly heated oven to keep them warm until there are enough made for us to eat together. When the kids were in school, I would give them to them as soon as they were made. Time was a much greater factor on school mornings, but I still loved the shaped breakfast that says I love you all by itself.

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  3. Sounds like a fun idea. I could see my grandkids enjoying this!!

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  4. That's such a cute idea. This would make a nice gift idea, even an original housewarming gift especially if their party is near valentines day.

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  5. I love it. There is something special about heart shaped anything when Valentine's Day rolls around. But I also like the idea of using it on other occasions too! Birthdays and Anniversaries come to mind. I will have to get one of these little delights soon.

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  6. This is so cute! What a great idea. I rarely make waffles but if my grandkids lived closer I'd snap this up in a minute and make them little heart-shaped breakfasts.

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