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  • Makes up to (50) 1 1/4" thick waffles per hour
  • Rotary feature for even baking / browning
  • Heavy-duty die-cast housing
  • Embedded heating elements for precise temperature control
  • Audible beep lets you know when waffles are done
  • Great for continental breakfasts and ice cream shops
  • 120V

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Waring Double Belgian Waffle Maker

Waring Double Belgian Waffle Maker

An excellent choice for busy restaurants, diners, and breakfast bars, this Waring WW200 Belgian waffle baker uses 1400 watts of cooking power to make up to 50 mouthwatering, 1 ¼” thick waffles per hour! Its space saving, dual sided design features triple-coated nonstick plates that allow you to quickly and easily remove products without leaving any pieces behind. Each plate has embedded heating elements for precise temperature control, and its 180 degree rotary feature delivers even baking and browning every time. There is even an audible beep to let you know when the waffles are done so that you never overcook your waffles! The Waring WW200 non-stick double waffle baker has a heavy duty die cast housing to withstand rigorous commercial use. Its dishwasher-safe extra deep drip tray and non-stick plates make for a quick and easy cleanup. The waring WW200 Belgian waffle iron is 120volts and is ETL and NSF Listed. For bulk savings on batter, check out our selection of pancake and waffle mixes! Thanks for watching, and if you have any questions, please click on our live chat button.

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The Waring WW200 Belgian waffle maker has 1400 watts of power and triple coated nonstick plates, making it an efficient and easy-to-clean choice for your business. Check out this video to see the other great features this waffle maker has to offer!

Waring WW200 Double Belgian Waffle Maker

Waring WW200 Double Belgian Waffle Maker

Hi, I'm Dana Cree, pastry chef at the Barry Callebaut Chocolate Academy in Chicago. I'm here today to make a dessert featuring yeasted waffle with brown pearl sugar, braised pineapple, whipped coconut, and a buttered cashew powder utilizing the Waring LiquiLock Food Processor and the Double-sided Waffle Iron. So for the first component, we'll be making a caramel-cashew powder. We'll start simply by adding all the cashews to the food processor, and you can see all of the grease that's residual from the frying process. And it's very important to fry the cashews. If you simply roast them in the oven, they'll end up drying out, and you won't get a smooth puree. This process here, it takes about 3 to 5 minutes for the nuts to fully break down and for the fat to fully render out and for it to liquefy. So while the cashews are liquefying, we're going to start cooking our sugar, water, and honey in this pot, and we'll bring it to the temperature of 140 degrees Celsius. So as soon as the sugar reaches 2 degrees less than you want it, so 138 degrees for us, which is now, what we're going to do is flood the liquid cashews with sugar crystals and that's going to encourage this liquid sugar here to recrystallize as it's added. So now we're adding the sugar very slowly, just drizzling it in. Hear it get quiet. It'll start to tighten up. This will turn into a big ball. We're going to turn it off for 10 seconds, which will give the sugar a chance to start locking up. Then after 10 seconds, just a rough estimate, you can start processing it again, pulsing it, and it'll start shattering into a powder. Occasionally you'll end up with fairly large clumps. It's no problem. Just break it up. Give it another whir. Just continue pulsing it. Now with the LiquiLock, you don't even need to take the center part out, which is something that's kinda a hassle with every other food processor. So now that all the powder's out, while it's still a little bit warm, go ahead and break it up. As you can see, you have a really nice, light, loose powder here. Now we'll move on to the second component of our brown butter cashew powder, which is the brown butter powder. We'll be taking tapioca maltodextrin, which is a modified tapioca starch that's capable of stabilizing fat rather than liquid. We'll just turn this on, and this here is brown butter that's kept warm just to the point where it retains its liquidity. And we'll just slowly drizzle it in. Once all the butter is incorporated...as you can see the tapioca maltodextrin has turned the liquid brown butter into a butter, as well. So the traditional yeasted liege waffle contains a sugar that's common in Scandinavia and Belgium called pearl sugar. It's not something you see often here, so I decided to replicate that by creating a sugar solution made with rum and raw sugar. So the rum I've chosen for this is a demerara rum, which is very heavy in brown sugar notes, very yeasty. And in the pot we'll put 100 grams mixed with 100 grams of sugar. And we'll let it simmer, and you want to cook it to 120 degrees Celsius. So the sugar solution has reached 120 degrees. You can see the bubbles start to bubble thick. And most of the water has been evaporated. Just going to dump in the large grain sugar and start to agitate it. Until you can see the sugar start to whiten, which means that it's through crystallizing. Just going to spread it out on a sheet pan, break it up, and once it cools completely, you'll have tiny rocks of rum-flavored sugar. Now that our dough has rested in the refrigerator for half an hour, it's time to fold in our pearl sugar. So it's still a little sticky, so I like to utilize the plastic wrap to help me fold the pearl sugar in. Going to sprinkle the pearl sugar over the surface, and then fold it in much like you would fold butter into a puff pastry dough. So I'm just going to pick up the side, fold it over like a book, pick this side up, fold it over the same. I'm just folding it over 3 or 4 times until I see the pearl sugar begin to disperse evenly. Now that I can see that the pearl sugar is evenly dispersed in the dough, I'm going to portion it into individual waffle portions for its final proofing. You just want to lightly round it. Each piece should weigh around 110 to 115 grams based on this batch size. So now that our dough has been portioned and rounded, we're going to cover it with plastic and let it rise for roughly an hour. Now that the waffles have risen, it's time to bake them in the Waring Waffle Maker. I'm just going to spray with a little bit of pan spray to help with the release. The beautiful thing about this double waffle maker is just flip it over and you're ready to make your second waffle in about half the space on the counter. For these yeasted waffles, about 3 to 4 minutes is appropriate. There we go. So the timer's sounded. We can take our first peek. Here we go. This is the first waffle we put in. You can smell the fresh yeast and all the sugar caramelizing on the surface. Yum! And as you can see here, at 375, 4 minutes, we have perfect caramelization of the beads of sugar that were exposed to the surface area. So for the whipped coconut component, we're going to utilize the whipping disc that Waring has just developed, and with this whipping disc what we're going to do is essentially replicate whipped cream. Instead of just whipping cream, what we've done is I've taken young coconut and separated the water from the flesh, pureed the flesh, and combined it with cream, and we're going to make a very coconutty whipped cream. There goes all the liquid. Now cream hardly takes any time at all, so you'll want to keep a very close eye on it. So you can see it thickening already. Stop it and take a look. You can always go one or two pulses further; you can never take it back. See it's very soft. It's what we'd consider creme chantilly. I'm going to take it just a little further. There we go. Give it another check. And there we go: whipped coconut. So now we're ready to plate! Now we've got the waffle that we've cut into little cubes. Take our brown butter cashew powder, sprinkle it on, and there we have pineapple that we've braised in the same rum we've made the pearl sugar out of. Just a little bit of the syrup left over from the braising. So here's our final dish for you utilizing the Waring Food Processor and Waffle Maker. We've created a yeasted waffle with rum pearl sugar, whipped coconut, a powder made out of cashews and butter, and braised pineapple.

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Waffles have never been easier, faster, or more beautiful! Watch pastry chef Dana Cree show you step-by-step how to create a yeasted waffle with brown pearl sugar, braised pineapple, whipped coconut, and a buttered cashew powder.

Waring Belgian Waffle Makers

Waring Belgian Waffle Makers

Hi, it's me again! Executive Chef Fabrizio Bottero introducing our new waffle makers from Waring Commercial. And look at this heavy-duty, di-cast construction. We have a single version of 1200 Watts; we have a double, vertical one of 1400 Watts. And now we're going to make two waffles in one single unit. This vertical unit allows you to make two waffles in one shot. The way it works it, when you turn it on, it'll beep when it's ready. You pour the batter in, and it will beep when it's ready to eat. So beep when it's ready to cook, beep when it's ready to eat. And now, we're going to make waffles at the same time. Look at how much space you can save. We're going to make one on the top, one on the bottom. Very easy to operate this machine. Here we go. We have the batter on the top one. I'm going to turn it. Beautiful browning embedded and we have a feature that you can turn it and it does a perfect browning on both sides. Put the batter in, and the second it's ready, it'll beep. And now we're turning it the opposite way. Very easy controls, even heat and by the way, the embedded heating elements in the roll-over feature really gives it a great baking and a beautiful browning. You're going to see the minute these are done. It'll beep, I'm going to open it up and show you exactly how beautiful these waffles are. Hear the beep? It's ready to eat! And also the green light will come on. So you turn it off, open it up. Gorgeous waffle, absolutely flawless. And now we have the bottom one, same thing. Turn it, voila! Ah you couldn't have a better job with less space anywhere. Some gorgeous raspberries, some beautiful blueberries, a little powdered sugar, and perfect! With the Waring Commercial Waffle Maker.

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Make and enjoy flawless waffles with the Waring Commercial Waffle Maker! Check out this short video of Executive Chef Fabrizio Bottero demonstrating just how easy the waffle maker is to use, and just how beautiful the waffles turn out.

Specs
Width 10 1/2 Inches
Depth 17 Inches
Height 9 1/2 Inches
Height (open) 22 1/2 Inches
Amps 11.7 Amps
Hertz 60
Phase 1
Voltage 120
Wattage 1,400 Watts
Control Type Manual
Grid Style Double
Non-Stick Yes
NSF Listed Yes
Output 50 Waffles Per Hour
Power Type Electric
Shape Round
Type Belgian Waffle Irons

Customer questions about this product

Can I use oils or sprays on my non-stick waffle iron?
To prevent food from sticking to your non-stick surface, we recommend lightly coating it with oil, wiping off any excess with a soft cloth or napkin or using Vegalene Waffle-Off Grid Iron Release Spray. While other sprays can actually cause food to stick more readily, Vegalene Waffle-Off Grid Iron Release Spray is made to work with regular or non-stick waffle irons alike!
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Details

The Waring WW200 dual-sided Belgian waffle maker makes two waffles at a time, for up to (50) 1 1/4" thick Belgian waffles per hour! It's perfect for your hotel, breakfast style restaurant, or bed and breakfast.

It features a space-saving dual-sided design with sturdy support posts, easy-to-use electronics, reliable insulation, and better thermal protection. The Waring WW200 Belgian waffle maker comes complete with embedded heating elements that offer precise temperature control and quicker heat-up and recovery. A 180 degree rotary feature ensures even baking and browning, while independent ready lights and audio beeps signal when the heaters are ready and when the waffle is cooked. Triple-coated, nonstick plates ensure that delicious, perfectly cooked waffles are smoothly removed every time.

Overall Dimensions:
Width: 10 1/2"
Depth: 17"
Height: 9 1/2"

  • NSF Listed

    NSF Listed

    This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

  • 5-15P

    5-15P

    This unit comes with a NEMA 5-15P plug.

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Customer Reviews

  • Overall User Rating:

    Waring WW200 Double Belgian Waffle Iron / Maker - 120V

    3.6 stars from 8 reviews

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    waffle Waring iron waffles cooks great cooked irons sided amazing

    Well stamp my forehead "Idiot", the first one I purchased... yes the first one, I began to have problems with and because it only lasted to "Very" shortly after the warranty Waring and Webstaurant was like "Oh well sorry". Here's where the idiot part comes in, I liked the waffle iron so I tried it again and bought another Waring (Bad Choice). Shortly after warranty ended I started having problems, buzzer stopped working first, then started burning one side and barely cooked the other, I found my cooks had to shut it off to keep it from overheating. So here again I find myself looking to buy another waffle iron to replace the Waring. It diffidently will not be a Waring, I know that for sure, over 900 bucks down the drain. I say buyer beware on Waring !

    from Mek's Place Posted on

    I just purchased this waffle iron and really like it so far. The double sided burners are great for doubling efficiency. It cooks very fast and at a high temperature, and is pretty easy to clean.

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    When it comes to Belgian Waffles, Waring definitely delivers. In under 3 minutes, you get a perfectly cooked waffle that's soft and fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Delicious!

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    A very mixed review here.....on one hand, this waffle iron works well and had all the proper specifications we needed for our waffles....on the other hand, the non-stick coating didn't last very long and the heating elements started to cook unevenly only after a couple months where the irons were used for 5 days only in those couple months for 8 hours straight. Tried to email Waring but haven't got any reply. It may be a function of our special waffle batter that kills the nonstick coating as it is very sticky but I'd expect a "commercial" piece of equipment to perform more consistently than it has. Take this review with a grain of salt though because we produce a very specific product. I'm sure regular waffle batter would allow the machine to last longer but it hasn't worked out for the long term for us.

    from Moffle Waffle Posted on

    Thank you for your review! We're sorry to hear your waffle maker broke so soon. A Customer Solutions Representative will remain in contact with you until the issue is resolved.

    WebstaurantStore Customer Solutions

    We have been using waring waffle irons of sorts for the past 2 years. We mostly have good things to say about them but the heating element in the upper portion has a tendency to go out if you are using them for 50 or so waffles over the course of each day. That being said, however, Waring has done a great job helping us through the issue and replacing them. Just keep it clean and you should not have any issues!

    from EVOKE Posted on

    This waffle iron was a replacement for one that shipped to us with no power cord, customer service was great about getting us a new one promptly. cooks really even and quickly for our small restaurant brunch.

    from DC Reynolds Posted on

    so easy to use its amazing.Makes great golden big fluffy waffles in no time. I can keep up hith big orders with its double sided iron.

    from mari-jo dairy bar Posted on

    this is an awsome waffle iron you can cook to waffles at the same time. it is an amazing iron at a wonderful price amazing.

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