Dust off your waffle iron and try these genius hacks.
Like the panini press, the waffle iron tends to be one of the most under-utilized small appliances in the typical American kitchen. But not anymore — it's time to reclaim the waffle maker and give your hardworking stovetop a break. Stock up on an oil mister or cooking spray and give these clever recipe ideas a try.
Don't have an oven? Satisfy your sweet craving by baking your brownies in a waffle iron instead. You can prepare brownie mix from the box or whip up a homemade batch from scratch. Once the rich batter is ready and your waffle iron is completely preheated, brush each side of the iron with a light coating of butter and scoop the batter until it fills three-fourths of the iron. Cook for about 4-6 minutes or until the brownie waffle is slightly crispy along the edges and fully cooked through.
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