Why I Bought the Villaware Pizzelle Maker

June 30, 2009

in Villaware Pizzelle Maker

Villaware Pizzelle Maker: a Nonstick Waffle Baker

When I first discovered how to make pizzelle, I knew I’d have to buy a pizzelle maker (since it’s pretty hard to bake these waffles without a special pizzelle iron).  

One thing I did was to read a bunch of pizzelle maker reviews.  I was looking for a pizzelle iron that was nonstick.  The Villaware Pizzelle maker–you can see it here — is made with Xylan non-stick grids.

Another important piece of it was that it baked more than one pizzelle at once. (The villaware maker bakes 2 at once.)
How quickly can you make your favorite pizzelle waffles and pizzelle cookies with this machine? Pretty fast. Every 30 seconds to be exact.

The Villaware Pizzelle maker imprints a traditional pattern — the fiori pattern (just like in Italy) on every waffle cookie you make.

This pizzelle waffle iron also has an automatic thermostat with a ready light to tell you when the machine is ready to start making pizzelles.

A steam guard is another feature of this iron so it protects your hands from getting burned.

Lastly, this Villaware Baker machine comes with an instruction booklet with recipes.

It Measures approximately 15 by 12 by 4 inches and comes with a 1-year warranty.

This pizzelle waffle iron is one of the best pizzelle makers I’ve ever come across. Of all the Pizzelle maker reviews I’ve ready the reviews on Amazon were the best. It’s a 5 star machine that’s durable and makes thousands of cookies, time after time without breaking.

This electric pizzelle maker plugs in to your regular kitchen outlet. Hopefully you have space on your kitchen counter for it.

Lastly, did I mention that this is essentially a mini pizzelle maker? Because they are only 2.5 inches in diameter they are mini cookies and mini waffles that come out of this iron.

Honestly, the Villaware pizzelle maker is, I think, the BEST Pizzelle maker you can buy.

Let me know what questions you have about this machine. If you want to know where to buy a pizzelle maker, this place has a good price — it costs less than $50.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Jan July 6, 2009 at 2:11 pm

Thanks for this pizzelle maker review. Do you have any thoughts about the difference between the villaware pizzelle maker that’s non stick and the cast iron one?

Pizzelle Maker July 6, 2009 at 9:39 pm

@ Jan – Thanks for the question. Non stick is obviously easier to use, I’ll review the cast iron pizzelle maker at a later time. But the cast iron is better for your health and in all honesty may last longer.

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