Breville Crepe/Pancake Maker instore at Morrisons £11.50
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Breville Crepe/Pancake Maker instore at Morrisons £11.50

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Found 30th Sep 2016
Morrisons have a Home Event on at the moment including kettles, toasters, slow cookers & sandwich toasters half price or less.

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Dont forget, 10% Student discount (Possibly £10.35)

talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the same thing fyi! Saved you £11.50! Cheers

Ace gadget. I use mine to do all sorts of stuff. breakfast, pancakes - scotch and crepes. Warm tortillas warm gloves up...er...

daveo78

Ace gadget. I use mine to do all sorts of stuff. breakfast, pancakes - … Ace gadget. I use mine to do all sorts of stuff. breakfast, pancakes - scotch and crepes. Warm tortillas warm gloves up...er...


Warm gloves up?

robertoegg

talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the … talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the same thing fyi! Saved you £11.50! Cheers



Frying pans are better

robertoegg

talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the … talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the same thing fyi! Saved you £11.50! Cheers



​ how the f... Can you make a pancake in a saucepan?

you_gotta_be_kidding

​ how the f... Can you make a pancake in a saucepan?


Turn it over, do it on the bottom where all the tasty brown stuff is. Daddy used to call them Australian pancakes. He also used to drink beer out of a shoe and say "I can't drink a yard of ale, but I can drink a foot!"

robertoegg

talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the … talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the same thing fyi! Saved you £11.50! Cheers


Point taken, but if you're talking about making a decent omelette then you're definitely gonna need a separate.....

No, it's the same thing isn't it?

Of all the kitchen gadgets that would end up in the cupboard after a couple of weeks, this one would muscle it's way to the back corner in record time.

you_gotta_be_kidding

​ how the f... Can you make a pancake in a saucepan?



Think he meant frying pan.

spenspuma

Think he meant frying pan.



​Saucepan would work but flipping it would be a B***H haha

robertoegg

talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the … talk about selling you **** you don't need.... a saucepan will do the same thing fyi! Saved you £11.50! Cheers



What a rude comment!

what a load of crepe!

As someone that isn't bad at cooking, makes pancakes very often, and definitely every weekend for my nephews - lots of people will say a frying pan is better but...This thing is pretty good. It has an even heat across the entire hot plate, which means it all gets done at the same time - we don't have any electric hobs at home so sometimes the gas hob can make the pan hotter in one area than the other. It's also good to keep a consistent heat and doesn't get "too hot" (if you leave the frying pan on the hob, sometimes the next pancake is on a too hot pan). You obviously cannot flip the pancakes, but keep a spatula handy and you'll be fine. It comes with this little wooden crepe spreading thingymajig, which helps get an even thin spread.

Anyway - it's pretty good. And for 11.50 even better.

It would be great if you need to make them all the time or something. I wonder who on here has the most of these gadgets ..... I want to know how they fit them in their kitchen

Brilliant deal, it is £25 on Amazon. I bought one in Morrisons previously for £19.99 and thought that was a bargain so £11.50 is amazing. I kept mine in the box for ages never getting round to using it, but was persuaded to use it recently by my young nephew and niece. It really is a great product making thin professional crepes in minutes. Lovely for Christmas presents too.

RichieRahh

what a load of crepe!



TWELVE HOURS! That's how long it took someone to make this joke. TWELVE! We should all be ashamed of ourselves.

Krooner

TWELVE HOURS! That's how long it took someone to make this joke. TWELVE! … TWELVE HOURS! That's how long it took someone to make this joke. TWELVE! We should all be ashamed of ourselves.



​A flipping disgrace

GwynethJ55

Brilliant deal, it is £25 on Amazon. I bought one in Morrisons … Brilliant deal, it is £25 on Amazon. I bought one in Morrisons previously for £19.99 and thought that was a bargain so £11.50 is amazing. I kept mine in the box for ages never getting round to using it, but was persuaded to use it recently by my young nephew and niece. It really is a great product making thin professional crepes in minutes. Lovely for Christmas presents too.



Lmfao..'thin professional crepes"...Jesus, how difficult can it be to pour liquid into a frying pan..cook for a couple of minutes and then serve?

Mikiex

It would be great if you need to make them all the time or something. I … It would be great if you need to make them all the time or something. I wonder who on here has the most of these gadgets ..... I want to know how they fit them in their kitchen



​Mine take up a full shelving in my kitchen and also kitchen counter space. In a small cupboard in my kitchen. On top of kitchen cupboards. Hidden under my table in my living room. On shelving in the passage. Under my bed and used for resting things on in my bedroom. Yes, I am a gadget freak and I have a problem. No, I'm not getting rid of any and no I don't use half of it. X) X) X)

A fun little game I like to have at food markets or festivals where there is a crepe stall is to walk up to the counter, preferably in a long queue, and loudly proclaim 'Smells like crepe in here'..

Ive had mine over a year and it is the only gadget along with my nutribullet that is not in the cupboard. Love it!

Not in Morrisons Camborne

spenspuma

Lmfao..'thin professional crepes"...Jesus, how difficult can it be to … Lmfao..'thin professional crepes"...Jesus, how difficult can it be to pour liquid into a frying pan..cook for a couple of minutes and then serve?



Not difficult at all, but it won't make thin, French-style crepes - it'll make thicker British-style pancakes (or thick, fluffy American-style pancakes if you use the right mix). Depends what you want to make.

I have one of these and use it at least a couple of times a week for pancakes in the morning - great find!!

Glad/sad to know it's not in Cambourne as that saves me a journey. I read about a kitchen with an appliance garage once in ideal home (or similar) and live for the day I have a house big enough for one....

So many rude comments unjustified, good find

UltimatePhoenix

​Saucepan would work but flipping it would be a B***H haha


Try flipping this pancake maker - you'll be back to using that saucepan in no time :P

ArthurDent1

Not difficult at all, but it won't make thin, French-style crepes - it'll … Not difficult at all, but it won't make thin, French-style crepes - it'll make thicker British-style pancakes (or thick, fluffy American-style pancakes if you use the right mix). Depends what you want to make.



What a load of rubbish...just put less mixture in...equals thinner pancake!!

who has room in their homes for all this s*** ?

MikeLondon

who has room in their homes for all this s*** ?


It's easy, here's my kitchen.... I don't see any problem finding space for yet another gadget I'll use twice
http://img.r-witherspoon.com/2016/07/08/hoarder-house-kitchen-picture-s-6be7a1c84e5e3e93.jpg
Edited by: "spannerzone" 1st Oct 2016

spenspuma

What a load of rubbish...just put less mixture in...equals thinner … What a load of rubbish...just put less mixture in...equals thinner pancake!!



I don't think you know what a crepe is. You've certainly never made one.

Looked round stores near Chester no joy

ArthurDent1

I don't think you know what a crepe is. You've certainly never made one.



I do and I have....you're just trying to be snobby but failing miserably.

You can make a crepe in a frying pan absolutely no problem at all..you don't need a pathetic gadget to do it for you.





Edited by: "spenspuma" 2nd Oct 2016

these are great - bought the OH one (cost about £30) and he uses it loads. can make really thin crepes on this, don't know how but way better than when you make them in a frying pan! at £11.50 it's a steal!

You can easily use an old record player if you want to, even a CD, DVD or Blu ray player can do mini crepes at a push, give it a try and let us know how it went (and provide some pics)

Yes! Winters coming...pancakes cooked, gloves on the plate while u eat then straight outside into the nice fresh morning with toasty mitts. Or is it just me that's mental?...
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