Gluten Free Products: Best Waffle Maker Ever

by kathy on January 24, 2014

Baking gluten free has its challenges. I don't need to tell you that. Everything is a little more complicated, not always intuitive and never looks anything like it's wheat counterpart. That's one of the reasons I'm always on the prowl for gluten free products that work with our gluten free batters.

Well, hang onto your hats everyone…wait until you see the most gorgeous waffles from the best gluten free waffle maker ever.

I keep my skills and ideas flowing by attending regular cooking classes. You know, ones where I can't eat anything they make but I get a lot of ideas and learn about new appliances.

That's where I came across this stainless steel beauty.

The Waring Pro Double Belgium Waffle Maker

 

Best gluten free waffle maker

 

These are the waffles I made using my own gluten free waffle batter. Aren't those amazing

Gluten Free Waffles

I just had to write a cookbook after I bought this waffle maker.

It's called Gluten Free Pancakes and Waffles. Just click on the link to go see it.

It's a Kindle e-book. You can go here and download the Kindle version for your computer for free if you don't have a Kindle reader.

Just pull out this bad boy, heat it up and pour in your waffle batter. Flip it over to pour in the second waffle and then flip it one more time. If you don't flip it over again, your second waffle will not brown correctly. Don't ask me why, I don't know. All I know is that if I forget to flip it the second time my waffle is not as brown and golden as it should be.

Set the heat indicator in the middle and see if you like that setting. It's all a matter of taste and how crunchy you want your waffles.

What's really funny is that my husband and I went to a chain breakfast restaurant on vacation this past month. He ordered their Belgium waffle. It came all warm and golden brown. he takes a bite and promptly tells me that my waffles (gluten free ones you know) are 10 times better than the one he just got.

Whoo hooo! I'm getting better at this.


Kathy

P.s. Go here and check out my new cookbook. When you buy it, please leave a comment and like my book. It helps to drive it up into the Best Seller lists on Amazon.

My Gluten Free Bread Machine Cookbook has already become an Amazon best seller thanks to all of you.

I'm so proud!

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hfpsimon April 27, 2013 at 6:41 am

Thanks for the great ebook! Can you tell us which model waffle make yours is? There seems to be a wide range with that same name. Thanks!

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kathy May 22, 2013 at 2:16 pm

The one I have at home is the Waring Pro Double Belgium Waffle Maker
I love it!

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Becky February 12, 2014 at 5:32 am

Do you have any other waffle maker recommendations that a) work with your GF recipes and b) are a little easier on the budget?  :-)  Sorry to be a pest…and thanks for your time!  

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kathy March 5, 2014 at 10:28 am

Yes, I do.
Any of the smaller waffle irons will work. Make sure to buy one that you can control the temperature on. You don’t want your waffles to burn.
The Belgium waffle maker just makes such an impressive waffle!

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Susan March 1, 2014 at 7:00 pm

before I order your waffle and your breadmaker book, I need to know if you have (in addition to GF) either dairy & egg free recipes, or, conversions.
Thanks

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kathy March 5, 2014 at 10:24 am

For the waffle and pancake cookbook: it’s fairly simple to replace the milk with dairy free substitutes and the egg with an egg replacer or flax seed meal replacer.
I have charts here on the blog for both of those.

For the bread machine book: the dairy part is easy, replace the milk with dairy free substitutions and replace any butter with oil. The eggs will not be as simple since they give structure and lift to the yeast breads. You can use the flax meal replace but it will not be as light and fluffy as it would be using eggs.

Hope this helps.
kathy

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