• Whether one or two waffles are being
prepared, always rotate the baking unit
after filling a waffle plate. This coats both
the upper and lower waffle plates with
batter and ensures the finest consistency.
• Don't overfill the waffle plates. Pour the
batter onto the center of the plate, then
evenly spread it out to the edges using
a soft spatula or the bottom of a non-
metallic ladle. The batter should almost
cover the peaks of the waffle grid.
• Do not coat the waffle plates with
spray-on oils or shortenings – they will
produce a gummy build-up that will be
difficult to remove. If your waffles tend
to stick to the plates, add a little more
butter or oil to the recipe.
• Use a pitcher instead of a ladle: it's much
easier to pour batter than to ladle it.
Cleaning the Waffle Baker
1. Make certain the Waffle Baker is
switched off, unplugged, and cool
NOTE: Do not immerse the Waffle Baker
in water. Do not use abrasive cleansers or
Baking & Serving Tips
• Close the baker lid immediately after
removing a waffle. This helps maintain
the proper baking temperature for
• Waffles will lose their crispiness if stacked
or placed on a solid surface. For the
best results, keep waffles on a wire rack
• When preparing multiple waffles for
serving, keep the finished waffles warm
by placing them in a 90º C oven for up
to 15 minutes. Lay the waffles in a single
layer directly on the oven rack. Waffles
can also be warmed by placing them into
a pre-heated Waffle Baker for 1 minute.
• Extra waffles can be frozen with very
good results. Cool the leftovers in a
single layer on a wire rack, separate
the waffles with wax paper, and place
them in a plastic freezer bag or other
airtight container before putting them
into the freezer. When you're ready to
enjoy them, lay them in a single layer
directly on the oven rack and heat for
10 minutes at 140º C. Frozen waffles
can also be heated by placing them into
a pre-heated Waffle Baker for 2
2. Open the baker lids and wipe the
waffle plates clean with paper towels
or a damp cloth.
3. Wipe the exterior of the Waffle Baker
with a warm, sudsy cloth; then wipe
the baker clean with a damp cloth
and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use
abrasive cleansers or scouring pads.