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pancakes from Peter BlottmanOne thing I love about the weekends is putting the cereal aside until Monday and indulging in some real stick-to-your-ribs kind of breakfast. Chocolate chip pancakes used to be my Saturday usual, but these days anything from omelets with toast and home fries to french toast doused in syrup and powered sugar are fine by me.

When I studied abroad last year I did a bit of traveling through Europe. I ended up spending a weekend in Brussels and the most memorable part were the waffles.

Belgian waffle in Brussels: best breakfast ever

Nothing compares to a true Belgian waffle; coated in crunchy crystalized sugar, warm, fresh from the oven, topped with sweet strawberries and cool whipped cream. You can’t beat it.

So today’s gadget is a tribute to breakfast-lovers and the beautiful city of Brussels: the Waring WMK600 Double Belgian-Waffle Maker. You can cook two large, perfectly shaped waffles at once while the rotary feature ensures golden brown results.

The Waring WMK600 allows you to cook twice as many waffles in a short amount of time. The inch deep ‘waffle pockets’ hold enough syrup to swim in. The non-stick platelets allow for easy cleaning and a beeping feature tells you when your waffles are at peak tastiness.

This gadget is great for feeding weekend house-guests and hungry slumber-party goers. Add fruit like bananas or blueberries to your batter for a fancy feast or try a whole wheat mix for a healthier spin.

Waring WMK600 double waffle- maker

Any way you enjoy them, waffles are a treat worth cooking up every now and then. And these homemade, freshly baked waffles from the Waring Waffle Maker will knock your frozen Eggos out of the water.

Made by Cuisinart the Waring WMK600 is available on Amazon for around $90.00. It can also be purchased at Bed Bath & Beyond for about $100 and at Macy’s for a slightly higher cost.

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