Breville Waffle Maker Review (Updated 2023)

Are you a waffle enthusiast? Do you love waffles for breakfast and want to enjoy them on weekends with your family? Do you love baking?

If you answered yes to all of these questions, the price should not be an objection. You definitely need to spend your lawful earnings to buy a non-toxic waffle maker. A quick online search will provide you with an overwhelming inventory of choices, proving it challenging to make a selection.

If you are a brand loyalist, you already have your eyes on the waffle maker you want to purchase. However, if you are looking for something new or don’t know what to look for in a waffle maker, might I suggest going with the Breville waffle maker. This smart waffle maker will cook golden, crispy, and fluffy waffles for you and your family to enjoy. You don’t have to worry about wiping that overflowed batter from your kitchen top because this is a no-mess waffle maker.

Breville Waffle Maker Review

All about the Breville waffle maker

So, what makes the Breville waffle maker the best? In a nutshell, it is a remarkable waffle maker that money could buy, presenting tons of features. It doesn’t make Belgian waffles with those deep pockets. It cooks regular waffles that are just delicious. The plates are also non-stick, and not to forget the stainless steel body available in silver color.

If the Breville waffle maker has your attention, wait till you check out the rest of the neat features, especially the thermal heat. You would be rushing to the store with a credit card and cash in hand as a backup.

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If you are still unsure about this waffle maker, here is a complete overview of its special qualities. You will be so glad that you made the right choice that you will be jumping up in down in excitement, tearing the box open to make your first waffle.

Thermal Pro Even Heat

In all my time I invested studying different waffle makers; the Breville is the first waffle maker I discovered offering a thermal pro even heat function to cook waffles.

The picture on the box showed the plate heated up, glowing a bright yellow and orange color. Obviously, an exaggeration, but by looking at it, I knew it had some unique heating feature that I had to check.

The thermal pro feature distributes the heat evenly, ensuring that the waffles are equally cooked, earning the nickname “the smart waffle maker”.

Cooks the overflowing batter

The overflowing batter is a hassle you have to deal with when preparing waffles. You can avoid this mess by pouring in less batter, compromising on the waffle quality, which is not an option. Another alternative is to purchase a waffle with a drip tray that will catch all the overflowing batter. You would still have to clean the tray and the waffle maker.

Thankfully, the Breville waffler maker has designed its waffle plates in a way that will cook the overflowed waffle batter. When you close the lid, you will notice a circular channel on the outer sides. This is part of the waffle plate, that will trap the overflow batter and cook it. You can pull this part of the waffle out and dip it in your syrup. Think of it as having waffle fries for breakfast.

Please do not touch this outer plate when preheating or cooking waffles because it will be hot.

Non-stick, die-cast aluminum plates

The non-stick plates ensure that your waffles will come out with ease. No cooking spray or oil is needed to coat the waffle plates. Any remaining residual waffle batter can be easily wiped away. The die-cast plate makes sure that the heat is evenly distributed and the waffles are perfectly cooked. It also speeds up the cooking time.

Breville waffle maker PROS

  • No waffle batter wastage thanks to the no-mess moat
  • Stainless steel and durable exterior
  • The waffle maker plates are non-stick
  • 7 adjustable settings to select the heat and how brown you want your waffles
  • Thermal pro heating function that cooks waffles evenly
  • Power and ready light indicator
  • Beeping alert sound to let you know the waffles are done

Breville waffle maker CONS

  • Does not make Belgian waffles
  • Does not rotate, but with the thermal heat, the rotatory function may not be a necessity
  • Some customers claim that the waffles do not come out with ease. This can be fixed by applying some light oil coating on the plates or adding a decent amount of fatty ingredients to the waffle batter.

Wrapping out

The Breville waffler maker is the best. Even though it is a bit pricy for the average household, it will exceed your expectations. It is easy to clean and maintain, thanks to the non-stick plates, and the no-mess moat. Your days of scraping the overflowed batter from the sides of the waffle maker and kitchen counter are over.

Helen E Robinson

Hello there! I'm Helen E Robinson. A 45 years old mom blogger from Boston. I run a small restaurant. I love to cook since I was a small child. Here I talk about tips, hacks about recipes, cooking, and review Kitchen related gadgets I use for the kitchen.

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