Waffles – yum yum!!
I like waffles. Yum. I really didn't know that I did, then several years ago, during one of my travels, we stopped at a Waffle House. Oh, yum! Dem's good! Yummers!
Sooo, two years ago, I asked my Mom to get me a waffle iron flip thingy when WalMart had their Christmas sale. They had them for $5.00
She always goes with the crowds to those sales! Me? No way!!
I told her not to ship it to me, I'd come get it! Well after it sat at her house for a year, she shipped it to me. I didn't use it till recently. So I had it in a cabinet in the Moho for about 5 months. Then one day...while traveling...on this recent trip...I got pancake mix that you can make waffles out of too! I made's me a waffle! Yay & Yum!
So now I'm hooked. I have to be careful not to make too many. No, not too many at a time, I don't have a curly tail. ::oink oink::
But not too many in one week. I make enough mix to make two waffles. I make one, then put the other half in the fridge to use one morning in the next few days. Making them is sooo easy. Clean up is easy too!
Waffle maker on the setting side. Open. Pour batter in, close & flip! You turn it by rotating the handle.
Flip side! Once the green light, lights up. Ready!
Flip back over, open & a magic waffle appears! Yay. Yum!
Look, it's not even messy. This time I didn't over fill. If you overfill, the black plate looking thingy is a plastic drip tray. Just wipe & store once it cools back down. I just unplug it to turn it off.
To store, I flip it sideways & fold the handle as it folds for storage. The plastic tray, I just store it in the plastic bag along with the waffle maker. It also came with instructions & recipies, but I'm lazy & chose a boxed mix instead. Too bad the blackberries I collected turned bad before I got to try this. I'll bet fruit mixed into the batter would be yummy too.
YUM! Want a bite??
Again – YUM!!
~As always, be kind to your pets, clean up after them on your travels & respect your neighbor~