But then CSN Stores offered me a chance to review a product and I thought, "Let's get a second waffle maker so my husband can have waffles." So that is what I did. I went with a Proctor-Silex brand waffle maker. It makes square waffles instead of round ones and it also makes two at a time. So let's see how the waffles turned out on this new waffle maker, shall we?
Uhm, AWESOME. (The top waffle is a little deformed b/c I ran out of batter, but the bottom waffle is PERFECT, I swear.) The Proctor-Silex waffle maker says it is non-stick. AND IT IS. Check out the picture below to see what it looked like after making the first two waffles. THERE IS NOTHING LEFT IN THE WAFFLE MAKER. Also notice how there is no spillage. NONE. NADA. This waffle maker also cleans up nicely and folds up for easy storage. And the gluten-free batter worked just great with this waffle maker.
I'm so glad that I got this Proctor-Silex waffle maker. I actually just dumped our Cuisinart one. I tried making regular waffles for me on it and, well, take another look at the first picture. Would you want to waste your time cleaning up after that? I don't think so. From now on we eat only gluten-free waffles in our house!