Buying Guide: This waffle bowl maker is the kitchen tool you never knew you needed
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Buying Guide: This waffle bowl maker is the kitchen tool you never knew you needed



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A blender, frying pan, coffee machine, and toaster all probably come to mind when you think about essential breakfast kitchen tools, but there’s one fun appliance that’s about to change up your breakfast routine forever—not to mention lunch and dinner.

Obsession-Worthy Waffle Bowls

This Belgian waffle bowl maker from Presto creates 4-inch waffles in a convenient bowl shape. You can fill the bowls with fresh fruit, butter and syrup, scramble eggs, hash browns, ice cream, fried chicken and more. It’s fun for family waffle nights since kids can fill the bowls with their favorite toppings, and it’s quick enough to whip up on a school day morning.

Easy to Use and Easy to Clean

While younger children might need more supervision, older children can easily use this waffle bowl maker to fix their own breakfast. To use, you simply pour in the batter (store bought or homemade), close the cover, and bake. The nonstick grids make removing the waffle bowl easy and cleaning is a breeze.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers gave this waffle bowl maker an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars with more than 1,200 reviews. Customers loved that they could make healthy options like waffle bowls filled with natural nut butters, fruit, and yogurt, or special treats like sundae bowls and chicken and waffle bowls. Customers also got creative with their creations by making savory creations like potato pancake bowls to fill with sausage and eggs or cornbread waffles for chili bowls.

Presto Belgian Waffle Bowl Maker available from Amazon


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