Which Waffle Maker?
Saturday, March 19, 2016
It could be dangerous for me to have a waffle maker. I love pancakes and waffles but have never owned a waffle maker. I love all those waffles in the frozen food and bread isle but I refrain from buying them because I have a notion to eat the whole box. Making them myself would be more fun and I can add lighter ingredients without all that preservative stuff added.
I really want a waffle maker. But is it possible I'd ruin my diet? Or would I use it a couple of times then store it away?
There are so many recipes for things you can make in a waffle iron that are not waffles at all. I think I need this in my life.
My problem now is, I'm not sure which is the best? I don't want to put a lot of money into one just in case I really don't use it that much. But we all need one right?
I looked around on line and noticed there are two kinds. The regular clam type and the flip type. This confuses me. Why would you flip it? Doesn't the clam type get the same temperature on the top and the bottom? Same with the flip one. I'm leaning toward the flip one because it looks easier to clean, but really? Is the flipping necessary?
Just crying out for a little help here. If there are any waffle masters out there, please clear this up for me. What is best to get and why?