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Round Cast Iron Waffle Iron

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Over the years, we've had plenty of requests for a cast iron waffle iron that makes old-fashioned waffles the way Grandma and Mom used to - right on the stovetop. We finally found one that lives up to our expectations, and we're sure it will exceed yours.
  • Make delectable, crispy-edged, round waffles on your own stove and crown them with butter and syrup or fruit
  • Use on home grill or barbeque or over campfire
  • Strong, durable cast iron will last forever
  • Recipes and seasoning instructions included
  • Makes 6-1/2"OD waffles
  • 6-3/4"OD, 4 lb
  • China

Need to re-season your cast-iron cookware?
Lightly coat inside and outside with only liquid vegetable oil. Make sure to get all the corners. (Do not use butter, margarine or solid vegetable oil such as Crisco).


Customer Reviews of Round Cast Iron Waffle Iron
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(45 reviews)
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- 11/10/2010
said: Carol Wallace
"This waffle iron is perfect for the two of us. I didn't want to spend money on an electric one so this was perfect. Also, it arrived the day after I ordered it. Great service!"
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- 10/27/2010
said: Ellen Drehmann
"I have been really enjoying the waffle iron. I followed the instructions on seasoning the waffle iron, and it has worked as well as a non stick.So far I have cooked the Belgian waffle recipe that with the seasoning instructions and it comes out great."
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- 10/20/2010
said: William Schuller
"This is a very excellant waffle iron. I love it."
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- 9/10/2010
said: Susan
"I bought this because it doesn't have teflon, and you can use it nearly anywhere. I've used mine once. I'm a little awkward with it, but I think that it needs to be flipped after about 2 1/2 minutes and cooked about 2 1/2 to 3 minutes more on the other side. I am going to try this in my toaster oven. Rusts easily, keep oiled"
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- 3/3/2010
said: Mark
"This little fellow is great. Doesn't stick. Easy to turn over to keep both sides even. Wish it was about 2" bigger in diameter, but I have no beef with it's performance."
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- 3/2/2010
said: kathie
"I love my new wood stove waffle iron,buuuuuuuuuut just wish the handle were a bit longer for better gripping power. Thanks !!!"
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- 2/18/2010
said: Greg
"I love my waffle iron. Just like the one my parents used when I was a child on weekends on the ranch.I have used mine on the woodstove and over a campfire and works like a charm."
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- 1/15/2010
said: Allison
"The best waffle iron I have had. My mother spent a lot of money on an electric iron and now wants one like ours. Cooks quickly so even with the smaller size I can keep up with the family."
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- 10/3/2009
said: Jill
"Works great on my stove top and wood cookstove. Easy to clean, sticks only when my batter's wrong. Only complaint is it's small for making any number of waffles, so I'm getting another one to help out."
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- 12/24/2013
said: Nathan
"I must admit I fully expected a waffle iron for less than $20 would be money wasted. After washing the new iron and removing a few casting imperfections which looked like they might snag a waffle I seasoned it very well. I turned both small elements on my electric stove to just below medium and placed a half of the iron on each element. When each half had heated thoroughly, after lightly oiling both halves with a silicone brush, I poured about 1/3 of a cup of batter onto the lower half and quickly placed the top onto it. I allowed the the waffle to cook about two minutes, flipped the whole iron, and allowed it to cook about another minute. When I opened the iron to remove the waffle it only required a very minimum of coaxing to remove. When I removed the top to retrieve the waffle I placed it back onto the other element which I kept on while I cooked all of the waffles. This keeps the top hot while the waffle is removed and more batter added. I'm impressed. I love this original non-stick cookware. Additional note: The second element on which the top is placed while batter is added to the lower half should be kept a little hotter than the one which the bottom is on. This helps brown both sides evenly. "
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