The search for the perfect waffle ends here

The Croquade Twins Waffle Maker features interchangeable plates so waffles of varying sizes can be made.

Whatever you favorite waffle happens to be the Croquade Twins Waffle Maker can take you there.
Whatever you favorite waffle happens to be, the Croquade Twins Waffle Maker can take you there. Sur La Table

Where does your waffle maker want to go today? Belgium? Good answer.

The deep pockets that help define a Belgian waffle are renowned the world round (or at least in North America). But why stop there? Oh sure, it's easy to take the shortcut and pile on different ingredients from different places, but when it comes down to substance, it's the substrate the matters -- and that means waffles in all shapes and sizes.

The Croquade Twins Waffle Maker ($200) features interchangeable plates that allow for baking a variety of items. An upgrade of a popular design that now has expanded plate selection and a double thermostat, the waffle maker is a versatile machine that only starts at waffles. Shipping with plates for stuffed waffles and deep-pocketed Belgian waffles, the countertop appliance can be expanded to make everything from ice cream cones to stuffed sandwiches.

Hot and melty, chewy and gooey, warm and toasty can all be used to describe the world of food that awaits on the countertop. Perhaps the best part of the waffle maker is when it comes back home; waffles, being its specialty can be made in a variety of grid sizes which allow for texture seekers to find that perfect waffle without having to leave the kitchen.

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