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Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer

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Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer is a waffle iron for at-home use that's purported to have a cooking chamber that's three times thicker than that of a standard at-home waffle iron. Consequently, it's specified that this type of waffle maker, regardless of whether you choose the version with the five-inch diameter or the one with the seven-inch diameter, can make thick Belgian waffles. With each waffle maker, which contains non-stick, PFOA plates, you'll receive a recipe guide in the form of a paperback book.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer is $39.98 and the shipping is FREE!

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer being discontinued. Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer being discontinued. Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Place on Flat Surface

    After you've unboxed your waffle maker and have moved all the packing material off the device and out of the way, place the waffle maker on a flat surface, such as a table or countertop. While the device can be stored vertically, it must be placed horizontally at this time, since that's the appropriate position for it to be in for cooking.

  2. Plug in the Device

    Next, plug the device into an available electrical outlet and wait for it to heat up. When it has heated up, the indicator light on the front will turn on to signal to you that it's ready.

  3. Add Batter and Filling

    Once your device is adequately heated up, put on a pair of oven mitts and open the lid. Add a layer of homemade or packaged waffle batter to the base, making sure that it covers the whole base, and wait a minute for it to rise a bit. Following that, add fillings of your choice, such as fresh fruit, cheese, or scrambled eggs, and follow that up with a second layer of batter that's about as thick and wide as the first one.

  4. Close Device for Cooking

    With batter and filling inside your device, close the device's lid and flip the whole device over so that the cooking can start. Leaving a waffle inside the device for five or six minutes will work well for most waffles, although you should leave yours for longer if the recipe you're using tells you to do so. The green indicator light will cycle on and off as any waffle cooks.

  5. Remove Waffle

    After five or six minutes (or whatever cooking time you've chosen) passes, flip over your device again and open the lid. Use non-metal utensils to remove the waffle inside and transfer it to a serving plate or dish. If you don't need to immediately use this waffle iron again, it's best to unplug it from electricity and let it cool off.

Features

  • Accommodates Various Batters

    You don't have to use any single type of waffle batter in the Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer. It'll accept homemade and packaged batter, and you can also use things like pizza dough, pancake batter, or even already-made bread in place of the waffle batter inside. If you'd like to learn to make your own batter, there's a video that will instruct you how to do so on the device's official website.

  • Two Sizes Available

    When you're obtaining one of these waffle irons, you'll be able to select one with a five-inch diameter or one with a diameter of seven inches. No matter which one you choose, the waffles you get from this device will always be thick. If you tend to enjoy large portions or you've got hungry kids in your household, choosing the larger size may be ideal. Both available sizes of this device come in a solid black shade.

  • Non-Stick Plates

    Both the top plate and the bottom plate inside each Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer have been designed to be non-stick, which means they won't stubbornly cling to any waffle as you pull it out. There likely won't be any residue left behind by the waffle, either, due to the plates' non-stick quality. Each plate's also free of the potentially harmful chemical compound known as PFOA, which is still used in some kitchenware products.

  • Vertical Storage Option

    This waffle iron may not take up as much space in a kitchen cabinet as a standard waffle iron, because it can be stored in a vertical position. You can leave this waffle iron on your countertop for as long as you'd like, but if you want to put it away, it's simple. Use the built-in handle to carry it to the cabinet of your choice and stand it up on its legs, which will be on the opposite end from the handle.

Positive Points

  • Quick Cleaning Process

    The process you'll go through when cleaning your Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer should be a quick one. First, when the device is cool and unplugged, you'll have to dampen a non-abrasive cloth with warm water, and then add a mild dish detergent if you'd like to. Wipe the inner plates of the device clean with the cloth, and any debris should come off quickly, due to the plates' non-stick nature. A sponge can be used instead of a cloth, too, as long as it's non-abrasive. After you're done cleaning the device, dry it off with a non-abrasive dry cloth.

Negative Points

  • Not Dishwasher Safe

    Though the process of cleaning one of these small appliances isn't incredibly difficult, some users may be disappointed that no parts of the device can be safely loaded into a dishwasher.

Critical Advice

When you start cooking a waffle in your Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer, the device may give off a bit of smoke, along with an odor that you may find unpleasant. This typically isn't anything to worry about, unless the amount of smoke the device emits becomes excessive, or you see flames. If you're ever concerned that it's malfunctioning, unplug it and lift the lid while wearing an oven mitt to check out the inside and see what's going on.

Warnings

  • Don't Use Aerosol Sprays

    It's stated that you should never use aerosol sprays, such as those typically sprayed onto pans before cooking, inside your Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer. Since the waffle iron has non-stick plates, you likely won't feel the need for this kind of spray, anyway. However, you can add a bit of oil to the device, via your batter or one of the plates, if you want to.

Save Money

If you're unsatisfied with the waffles you make at home from a package of microwaveable waffles, your stovetop, or a traditional waffle iron, you might find yourself going out for breakfast at restaurants frequently. You may be able to make opening your wallet for breakfast like this a thing of the past once you obtain a Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer, though. This type of device can help you make thick, restaurant-style waffles from home, and it'll likely produce them more quickly than restaurants are able to.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Power XL Stuffed Waffilizer online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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