There might not be a big difference between a pancake recipe and a waffle recipe but when it comes to making them, there’s a big difference. And that big difference between making them results in a big difference between the taste.
In this article, Tanner Agar who is the owner and chief experience officer of Rye restaurant in Texas said that the caramelization that occurs in waffles is more than in pancakes because waffle maximizes the cooking surface. She added that this changes everything, which we are pretty sure also means its taste.
In other words, the taste of the waffles you make lies in the waffle maker.
Features worth bragging about: Compact, lightweight and available in many colors.
Features worth bragging about: Makes bowl-shaped waffles that neatly holds the toppings and allows the waffle to be handled like a taco.
Features worth bragging about: Can be flipped 180 degrees to allow the waffles to be cooked crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, has a countdown timer and space-saving as it can be locked and stored in a vertical position.