So hands up who got loads of chocolate for Easter? The kids got loads here. I find they dont really enjoy just eating loads of eggs. I mean they love the chocolate but would rather eat it in different forms. So we have decided to test out our new VonShef waffle maker from Domu and make some plain Belgium waffles to drizzle some Easter chocolates onto 🙂
250g plain flour
120ml vegetable oil
1 tablespoon sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Beat eggs in large bowl with hand beater until fluffy. Beat in flour, milk, vegetable oil, sugar, baking powder, salt and vanilla, just until smooth.
Simple! I love how easy the waffle make was to use
I just had to whip up my batter mixture, turn on the waffle iron, wait for indicator light to switch off, pour the mixture onto the plates and let the automatic temperature control take care of the rest.
If you like waffles a darker shade of brown and crispier on the outside, just leave them in for slightly longer – otherwise a few minutes is all it takes for gorgeously fluffy waffles.
Some other great features are;
Designed for quick and easy clean up, the Belgian Waffle maker’s plates feature a non-stick coating. This not only prevents sticking, allowing your waffles to effortlessly slide out in one piece, but the grids can also be easily wiped clean using just a damp cloth.
Stylish, Compact & Practical
Designed with style and practicality in mind, the waffle maker’s contemporary looks and compact size would be a great addition to any kitchen worktop. Plus, the power cord wraps neatly around the body of the machine to save space, making storage easy.
Intuitively designed, the cool touch handle will protect your fingers from the heat of the appliance, so you can comfortably check on the progress of your waffles while they’re cooking.
What’s your favourite topping on a waffle?
*We were sent a waffle maker in return for a review but all opinions are honest and my own.