The stuffed waffle is sort of like a dream come true: It’s a pocket of delicious fillings wrapped together by a golden and perfectly crisp waffle batter.
Behold the stuffed waffle that gives you a fully balanced meal that you can take on the go or enjoy at home! When I first got my Wonderffle® Iron I was super excited to try it out but I didn’t realize how much I actually loved it until I bit into my first stuffed waffle…..and LET ME TELL YOU! I have put together a full review for you about the Wonderffle® iron as well as tips, tricks and recipes!
What is the Wonderffle iron?
It’s a waffle iron that is built for making 5-inch round and 2-inch thick Belgian-style stuffed waffles. Waffle “toppings” can be fully enclosed inside the waffle which makes it fun and easy to eat on the go!
The waffle iron comes in two high quality materials: factory pre-seasoned cast iron and nonstick cast aluminum
What makes this waffle iron unique?
It is cordless! You can use it on any cooking surface including gas and electric cooktops, outdoor grill, oven and induction cooktops for the cast iron model. The cast aluminum model is oven safe up to 335°F (170°C)!
The Wonderffle Stuffed Waffle Iron provides a superior cooking experience, portability, and ease of cleaning and storing. It is super easy to wash when you are done using it. I use a dish brush and it gets the job in under 2 minutes!
Tips & Tricks
It is our absolute favorite specialty kitchen gadget! It is so versatile and the possibilities for the combinations and styles of waffles you can make are endless.
It is so fun to make and very easy to get a perfect stuffed waffle. We get the perfect waffle every single time! It is truly such a great experience especially since we get to take it on trips and camping with us.
You can remake them and have breakfast ready to go for the entire week. These waffles are freezer friendly as well. However, if you are planning to eat them within the next 3-4 days I don’t recommend you freeze them. They most likely won’t last longer than that anyway!
Pro-tip: Reheat them in an air fryer to get them extra crispy on the outside.
Tricks: Keep the handle as close to you as possible to avoid it getting hot and burning yourself. The waffle iron is the size of a very small pan so the stove can heat up the handles if you’re not careful.
Half of the waffle iron detaches easily which helps with cleaning but be careful to not let it come out when flipping or when pouring the batter in.
We give this waffle iron 10/10 for the flexibility, material, price and ease of use. Check out them out here and get one for yourself! Once you try a stuffed waffle you will never want to go back to regular waffles ever again.
Make it your own
Gluten free? Low glycemic? Make any different types of batter to fit your needs. Use GF All-Purpose Flour for gluten-free option. You can also use a 50/50 mix of oat flour and GF all-purpose flour for a low glycemic option. I’ve also tried almond flour/oat flour mix and it came out delicious — not as fluffy but perfect for those watching their carbs.
Other batter substitutes:
Lemon juice for apple cider vinegar.
Coconut oil/canola oil for vegan butter.
Brown sugar/cane sugar for maple syrup.
Unsweetened soy/oat milk for almond milk.
Sausage Egg & Cheese:
Strawberries & Cream: