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VillaWare V3600-NS Prego Nonstick Pizzelle Baker Review

Updated on August 6, 2010

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“I bought the VillaWare V3600-NS to make pizzelles for my husband. Now he can’t seem to get enough of these pizzelles and wants me to make more of them. I highly recommend this if you are a pizzelle lover.”

“This pizzelle maker is wonderful. Now I don’t have to go out and buy them from restaurants, since I can make my own. It has saved me a lot of money. It’s easy to use and it also cleans up easy.”

“I bought this unit for my grown kids and they love it. It’s simple and easy to use and makes the best pizelles. I bought this on Amazon too since they had the best price around.”

“I read many reviews for this product and all have been glowing. So I went ahead and bought this and so far I’ve not been disappointed. It really makes pizelles lightening fast and it doesn’t stick to the surface.”

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Do you enjoy eating Italian pizzelles. Instead of going to the restaurant and paying exorbitant prices why not make your own? Of course you may think that it is hard to make, but with the right equipment it is in fact easy and quick. That’s where the VillaWare V3600-NS Prego Nonstick Pizzelle Baker comes into play.

The VillaWare V3600-NS Prego Nonstick Pizzelle Baker is very useful and efficient in making pizzelles. You can bake two 5 inch pizzelles every 30 seconds. A steam guard protects you from getting burned by steam when you open the baker after cooking. This unit was not only designed with style, but it was designed with storage capability in mind. You can stand this unit upright thereby leaving a small footprint.

Features

  • Electric appliance bakes 2 5-inch Italian pizzelles every 30 seconds
  • Imprints traditional fiori pattern on each waffle-like cookie
  • Xylan non-stick grids; automatic thermostat with "ready" light
  • Steam Guard protects hands; cord wrap; instructions with recipes included

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