VonShef Stove Top Waffle Iron at Tesco for £14.99
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VonShef Stove Top Waffle Iron at Tesco for £14.99

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Found 28th Nov
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VonShef Stove Top Waffle IronVonShef is bringing the Belgian classic to your kitchen. A ready-made waffle might be convenient, but nothing tastes as good as when they’re fresh off the stove.
With the VonShef waffle maker the options are truly endless. Continental breakfasts, delicious desserts or scrummy snacks – cook up two delicious Belgian waffles at once.

Easy Cooking

With a quick heat up time of around 3 minutes, the iron will be ready to use by the time you’ve prepared your batter. To fill, simply ladle your batter into the two moulded, non-stick casts then close and secure with the safety latch.

Light and fluffy or deliciously crispy, adjust the heat setting on your stove and cook your waffles to suit your preferences.

The waffle iron benefits from a secure closing latch and, once secured, you can easily flip the iron over without fear of leaks or spills. Ergonomic by design, the waffle maker’s Bakelite, heat-resistant handle offers a comfortable and cool-touch grip.

Non-stick Coating

Tuck into perfectly formed waffles every time with the non-stick interior - when ready to remove, the waffles will pop out easily.

Made from durable die cast aluminium, the waffle maker is easy and lightweight to use.

Easy to clean, simply wipe with a soft, non-abrasive cloth to remove any excess batter – perfect for cooking in a hurry.
Compact enough to place on the countertop or store away in a cupboard. Not suitable for induction cooking.

12 Comments

Something to keep all my other kitchen gadgets company in the cupboard

Ah, one of those items that gets used once and then you forget about it. Count me in.

Doh made from aluminium so won’t work on an induction hob.

waffle iron, meet george formby, nutribullet, all-in-one fryup pan and italian pizza oven. Ill see you all next year, have fun

Nice Idea, here's the recipe off t'internet - Beat in flour, milk, vegetable oil, sugar, baking powder, salt and vanilla, just until smooth. Spray preheated waffle iron with cooking spray. Pour mix onto hot waffle iron. Cook until golden brown.

davemhaynes1 m ago

Nice Idea, here's the recipe off t'internet - Beat in flour, milk, …Nice Idea, here's the recipe off t'internet - Beat in flour, milk, vegetable oil, sugar, baking powder, salt and vanilla, just until smooth. Spray preheated waffle iron with cooking spray. Pour mix onto hot waffle iron. Cook until golden brown.


Or spend the same time popping to the shops to buy 10 packs (ish) of ready made for the same money?

Just like Nigella's

anyone got a really good waffle recipe? the ones i make come out tasting rubbery and all the mixtures are the same ~ 250g flour, eggs, milk.... but yet always rubbery. Any advice waffle maker owners ?

daskapital5 h, 3 m ago

anyone got a really good waffle recipe? the ones i make come out tasting …anyone got a really good waffle recipe? the ones i make come out tasting rubbery and all the mixtures are the same ~ 250g flour, eggs, milk.... but yet always rubbery. Any advice waffle maker owners ?



Don't use milk, use sparkling water instead.

Waffles

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-Original Recipe (makes about 12 waffles)

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6 eggs

15 g baking powder

1 tbls vanilla essence

200 g sugar

200 g margarine

500 g flour

125 ml sparkling water


Top them off with a dusting of icing sugar then add squirty cream, chocolate sauce, caramel sauce or all of the above!
Edited by: "jyonda" 28th Nov

This item looks pretty cumbersome. Just buy an electric one for the same money.

It's showing as £26.95 now

Mrs got hers on eBay for 12.99
Edited by: "SWERVE_79" 29th Nov
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