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Dash Mini Waffle Maker Machine for $9.99

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DASH via [Amazon.com] has The Mini Waffle Maker Machine for Individual Waffles, Paninis, Hash browns, & other on the go Breakfast, Lunch, or Snacks - Aqua On sale for $9.99 No coupon code needed.
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I believe this hits $9.99 frequently. Great for Chaffles! 1 extra large egg beaten with a fork. Mix 30g of shredded mozzarella in and smash it up with a fork. Add 2 heaping tablespoons of almond flour. It makes 2 of these mini chaffles... been using it as a bread substitute for quite some time now. Makes keto much easier!
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I believe this hits $9.99 frequently. Great for Chaffles! 1 extra large egg beaten with a fork. Mix 30g of shredded mozzarella in and smash it up with a fork. Add 2 heaping tablespoons of almond flour. It makes 2 of these mini chaffles... been using it as a bread substitute for quite some time now. Makes keto much easier!
You use any kind of syrup?
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You use any kind of syrup?
For the mixture or putting it on them after they're made? I don't add any to the mixture, and I really don't eat them like waffles with syrup. I just use them for the bun on burgers and whatever else I'd make into a sandwich. They're pretty good to use for the crust of pizzas as well... just mix some Italian seasoning in with the recipe I posted above.
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This was a purchase i regret making for sure. Trust me just buy a regular size waffle maker. Downvote all you want but. It's tiny and under powered. I used it once and it's never seen the light of day since.
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One of my best purchases for the kitchen, it is for waffles but I use it to toast anything that can be toasted! Cheese toasts, baguettes, pizzas, anything that needs crusts :-) but I can understand its capacity limit and I wish the is a power on off instead of unplunging as it toasted a few sockets in the last 2 years of use already haha.
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Nice find!
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One of my best purchases for the kitchen, it is for waffles but I use it to toast anything that can be toasted! Cheese toasts, baguettes, pizzas, anything that needs crusts :-) but I can understand its capacity limit and I wish the is a power on off instead of unplunging as it toasted a few sockets in the last 2 years of use already haha.
like...you put a slice of pizza in there to toast/heat it?
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This has been the same price on amazon for a year
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like...you put a slice of pizza in there to toast/heat it?
Yup without closing the lid and let it toast, I also did zigzag one slide on top of another face down - sandwich pizza :-)
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One of my best purchases for the kitchen, it is for waffles but I use it to toast anything that can be toasted! Cheese toasts, baguettes, pizzas, anything that needs crusts :-) but I can understand its capacity limit and I wish the is a power on off instead of unplunging as it toasted a few sockets in the last 2 years of use already haha.
Entire post makes no sense.
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Intrigued but you can't beat the beat frozen waffle you toss in the toaster if you are lazy
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