Dash Mini Waffle Maker Machine – Red Love Heart
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Craving blueberry waffles or potato pancakes? with the Dash mini waffle maker, you can make single serve dishes in less than three minutes. The nonstick surface allows you to perfectly cook and Brown whatever is it you make, and is a fun activity for both adults and kids! Unprocess your food with the recipe book that is included with purchase, and gain access to our database of thousands of recipes for free!
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Last updated on March 23, 2023 8:01 am
Amazon Customer –
I purchased the Dash Mini Waffle Maker and the Dash Mini Griddle.The Waffle Maker is easy to use. Plug in, wait for light to go off, spray oil and add batter.Waffles at 2 1/2 and at 3 minutes were the best. Waffles at 3 1/2 minutes were beginning to dry out.As with the Griddle, use, tongs, fork or spoon to open. Escaping steam is hot.These units are small. Exactly what I wanted.I checked the watts with a “Kill O Watt” meter. Waffle maker draws 368 watts and the griddle 352 watts.
K Edwards –
I love this waffle maker. I am the only one who eats waffles in the house, so the size is perfect for me. For the Belgian waffle recipe I used I only needed to use maybe 2-3 tablespoons of batter to make a waffle. Anymore than 2-3 tablespoons and the batter is dripping out the sides as it cooks. Three waffles and I’m full. I would suggest to cook the waffles well where the middle isn’t soggy is to wait until the light comes and put your batter in, then wait until 3 light cycles and viola tasty waffles.
S PETERSON –
At first, I laughed thought it was too small to really do anything. I was so wrong, it’s an amazing little waffle maker!! Can cook almost anything on it! I have cooked eggs, waffles, and french toast.
Amazon Customer –
I had no idea what a small waffle maker could do for my life. LOL.This has only one big flaw. The handle that sticks out in the front is either not big enough or just not designed well, so you can burn yourself trying to lift it. I either use a fork to knock it upwards after cooking (because it tends to stick a bit) or I use a mitten.This silly little thing is perfect. It is so simple that it works almost solely because of that. The non-stick surface really is nonstick. Kind of critical with a waffle maker, so the waffles come off clean without scraping and scrubbing. It makes a waffle in about two minutes. About the time it takes to make my coffee.The waffles look like an eggo, but they are oh so much better. Definitely, depending on the batter, as good or better than any at a pancake shop.You plug it in, it warms up and the light goes off. You open it, spoon in about two tablespoons of batter, and close it. The light comes on and when it goes off, the waffle that comes out is wonderful.Love this. I set it up and within one day I had more waffles than I have had in a year. Now I have them all the time. Great with tea, breakfast, coffee, dessert (ice cream, peanut butter, maple syrup….).Now, about that weight problem…LOL.
Definitely one of the best purchases I have made on amazon so far. Just as described, it is a mini waffle-maker. The “mini” part is no joke, the whole thing is small enough to lift in one hand. If you are feeding breakfast to a whole family of five or more then this may not be for you. However, because of its size, it works quicker than a normal sized one so even though you can only make one small waffle at a time, each waffle should be done in about a minute or two. The interior is also non-stick so it is really easy to clean which was a huge bonus for me. On top of that, it comes with a little instruction panphlet that tells you how to use and and also include recipes and recipe ideas! Personally, I love it, it’s what I wanted and more.
Sensible gal –
It was great until the top half stopped heating up after 2 months. The return window closed after only 30days this is defective I should get a replacement !, ☹️
Jean S. –
First off, loved this product. I’m allergic to eggs so I decided to make my on waffles instead of buying them. So much cheaper. Can make a huge batch and freeze them. Each waffle cooked for 8 minutes and came out a beautiful golden brown.Well fast forward a month and a half. I put waffle batter in, wait 8 minutes and go to take it out, the top is raw! The return window is closed and I’m pissed. I want to order another but don’t know if I really want to take the chance that it’ll happen again.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. My item came and the box was opened, the item was dirty and used.It has traces of waffle batter on the corners, grease inside, and the top is loose overall not at all what I expected.
It’s the best little gadget I’ve bought. Worth every penny. I live a keto lifestyle and use this to make all kinds of wonderful things. It’s the perfect size, cleans up easy. Get it, you won’t be disappointed!!
Just as the title says. Way too much money for the size and quality of it. And it is difficult to clean. There is no timer on it it. Just ONE light to let you know it is “hot and working’…. Poor quality for what I paid for it. In the United States; they are under $10…..Boy do we get “Ripped Off” living in Canada!!!!
Dark Romance Devourer –
Using this for keto chaffles (cheese & egg waffles) as a bun alternative and am in love!1 egg, 1/2 cup mozzarella, 1 tbsp almond flour. 2 minutes in a preheated and lubed Dash mini.Fabulous.Cleans up in a snap, esp if you unplug and put a soapy wet paper towel and close it. Once it’s cool it wipes clean.
This little Dash has added greatly to assisting me stay on my Keto eating plan. It helps me make these little chaffles, which are basically waffles made of an egg and half a cup of cheese. There are tons of variations, some incorporate almond flour and baking powder, or spices, or cocoa powder and sweetener. Thing is it has allowed me to feel like I’m having treats. I use them as bread for sandwiches, buns for burgers, dip them in homemade pizza sauce. It cooks them easy in like 2-3 minutes per chaffle. I’ve been using it for about a month now with no negative issues. I’ve added a photo of some keto chaffles. I added Italian seasonings, garlic, a little sliced pepperoni, and some homemade pizza sauce. It was a nice change up.
As a home cook who spends at least 3 hours everyday in the kitchen and reads extensively on food, restaurants, and cuisine, you could say I’ve developed enough knowledge to be sceptical of anything that claims to bring you happiness for less than $15. Especially when professional chefs and reviewers recommend alternative products in the same category that are 10-30x the price, pointing to the other machines’ abilities including (a) making many waffles at once (b) getting a crispier result (notes below on how to do so with this machine!). However, I must say this product has been a spark of light to evolve my jaded ways though, I couldn’t be happier with it!I first saw it on sale at Sur La Table for $15 but since I didn’t want to pay the costs of S&H to Canada, I decided to look for it elsewhere and saw it here on Amazon for $15. I try not to buy appliances no matter how big or small if I don’t see a use for them but I made a special exception with this one because it was so damn small, AND CUTE! Not to mention that the more expensive machines, while wonderful if you have the space for it in your kitchen, can’t make teeny tiny cute waffles like this. The size reminded me of the delicious waffles we get at a famous Belgian restaurant in Vancouver that serves theirs with sides of decadent sauces (dark chocolate, orange fig marmalade, white chocolate pistachio rose water) so I thought yes, I’m going to do it.It heats up quickly (in a few minutes) and cooks the waffle in about 3-4 minutes (depending on your batter). As the professional pastry chef Stella Parks writes about in her articles about waffles, the key is to not fill the batter all the way to the edges so that you leave room for the batter to expand and get fluffy (instead of compress and get gloppy / soggy). The whipped egg whites many recipes suggests, Stella says is not necessary if you leave enough room and your batter has enough moisture from the liquids (which most basic recipes do from its milk or water) to activate the explosive reaction. While I wasn’t able to get it to crisp up in the waffle maker because the tiny guy couldn’t generate enough heat, I was able to assist the waffle in browning by adding a tiny pinch of baking soda (another trick of Stella’s) and finishing the mini waffles off in the oven at 350°F naked on the rack for 3-5 minutes just to crisp up. You could argue it’s a fuss, to make another step but the truth is if you need the machine more than once to make more than one set of waffles (no matter what machine you’re using), you need to keep the waffles warm anyways, so to me it’s not an extra step. That is if you even care about having crispy waffles. I know some people who like their waffles soft instead of crispy.There isn’t a way to get around making one waffle at a time, except that for our meal, I make all the waffles first and put them in the oven so that they’re ready to go. To be honest, if you’re in such a rush when you cook and when you’re in the kitchen, there’s a bigger question you have to ask yourself: in the presence of an opportunity to learn and enjoy, through the path of mastery, why are you in such. a. damn. rush?! Like the Buddhist masters say, if you rush here, you probably rush there, you probably rush everywhere!