Hamilton Beach Electric Breakfast Sandwich Maker - Red £11.28 (Prime) £17.09 (non prime) @ Amazon
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Hamilton Beach Electric Breakfast Sandwich Maker - Red £11.28 (Prime) £17.09 (non prime) @ Amazon

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Found 5th Mar 2016
Cheapest price yet for this....

- Quick and easy
- Ready in 5 minutes
- Cook delicious breakfast sandwiches in the comfort of your own home
- Use your own fresh ingredients, including eggs, cheese, and much more
- Easy cleanup — all removable parts are dishwasher safe
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I made a video review of mine today

youtube.com/wat…boc

Hopefully this helps if somebody is unsure of whether to go for one or not. Use mine a couiple of times a week, very pleased with it. Definitely worth a pop for an elevener
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It's not quick or easy.

The meat needs to be pre-cooked.

youtube.com/wat…BkU
You can cook the meat while it's pre-heating. Really simple to use. I got one a couple of weeks ago and have a sausage and egg muffin most mornings.
hmmm wonder if its another kitchen gadget destined for the back of the cupboard once the novelty wears off.
benjammin316

It's not quick or easy.The meat needs to be … It's not quick or easy.The meat needs to be pre-cooked.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dUkWf8gBkU



It is quick and easy. I pre cook the meat while cooking something else the day before. Then in the morning, just whack it in this, takes 5 mins & super easy to clean, plus nothing else to clean
"Back of the net"!!! ......oops sorry cupboard.....now need to build an extension.....;)
Love mine, got it a few weeks back too. Then got another for at work. Clean and easy. Delicious toasty muffins.
Really rocketed down in price. This really is probably the most useless gadget. I wanted one. But realised I'd never use it. But the pizza oven I got is used ever week and probably one of the best kitchen gadgets!
Need to chip in here. Firstly no one needs this. Secondly I'm more than able to use a frying pan and toaster etc. Thirdly there are drawback like cooking meat from raw etc. (In USA they sell use frozen pre poked breakfast patties)

All that said, and really quite annoyingly, I've kinda fall in love with mine. It's annoyingly fantastic! It cooks sandwiches really well. I sneak in (contrary to instructions) two eggs break yolks - a tiny amount drizzles out - and use thick sliced bread which I cut circles out of using a biscuit cutter I had and it's great. Put in for ten minutes.

You just have to think about this. Why would they take the trouble to bring an American themed product, rework power for UK if it was no good?

I can't explain it. It isn't necessary but I'm just having fun with this doesn't need daily washing. For £11 worth a go. Wouldn't spend £20.

Edited by: "barginz" 5th Mar 2016
I made a video review of mine today

youtube.com/wat…boc

Hopefully this helps if somebody is unsure of whether to go for one or not. Use mine a couiple of times a week, very pleased with it. Definitely worth a pop for an elevener
barginz

Need to chip in here. Firstly no one needs this. Secondly I'm more than … Need to chip in here. Firstly no one needs this. Secondly I'm more than able to use a frying pan and toaster etc. Thirdly there are drawback like cooking meat from raw etc. (In USA they sell use frozen pre poked breakfast patties)All that said, and really quite annoyingly, I've kinda fall in love with mine. It's annoyingly fantastic! It cooks sandwiches really well. I sneak in (contrary to instructions) two eggs break yolks - a tiny amount drizzles out - and use thick sliced bread which I cut circles out of using a biscuit cutter I had and it's great. Put in for ten minutes. You just have to think about this. Why would they take the trouble to bring an American themed product, rework power for UK if it was no good? I can't explain it. It isn't necessary but I'm just having fun with this doesn't need daily washing. For £11 worth a go. Wouldn't spend £20.


Do you also need big hands to use it,
Its cheaper in red
Edited by: "Rambojambo21" 5th Mar 2016
Easy clean up? Really?
I'll have one as soon as they start paying people to take them. Pointless.
They are wonderfully pointless. Totally unnecessary but great fun and make awesome little muffins. I am SO against uni tasking gadgets like but this R2 unit has captured my heart!
rhinopaul

Do you also need big hands to use it,



Only heats hands that are recooked ;-)
Is it me or is the photo on amazon photo-shopped a little?
Not sure I fancy one of those American breakfast patties that has been poked by somebody oO
Gone up in price.
£13.08 then 11.97 next time I checked (different for each colour)... price seems to change. Does anyone know how much postage is please?

Edited by: "Si1" 6th Mar 2016
Galacid



Galacid you may want to update the title to reflect that the price is likely to fluctuate slightly. Would be s shame for this to get expired for the price going up such a small amount
Edited by: "dwattsy21" 6th Mar 2016
Will probably use it once then bung it in the back of a cupboard.

Heat added and bought!!

:-D
I let the egg cook for a minute or so before placing the top half of the muffin in. That way, it doesn't sink into the egg. My son stayed over last night so i made him a sausage and egg G-muffin this morning and he loved it.
Master G

I let the egg cook for a minute or so before placing the top half of the … I let the egg cook for a minute or so before placing the top half of the muffin in. That way, it doesn't sink into the egg. My son stayed over last night so i made him a sausage and egg G-muffin this morning and he loved it.



Yeah, I wait until the white is setting, then maybe drop in some more chopped ham or sausage into the egg and top it with the muffin.
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