AD| VonHaus Toastie, Waffle & Panini Maker : Review
Over the Christmas Break, the kids and I have been trying a range of lunchtime meals with the help of this Toastie, Waffle and Panini Maker from VonHaus.
As a child I loved nothing more than enjoying a good toastie, Ham and Cheese was always my favourite and still is today. So when I was given the opportunity to enjoy one of my favourite childhood lunchtime meals again I couldn’t resist. But this time I also get to try my hand and making Paninis and Waffles too.
VonHaus Toastie, Waffle and Panini Maker
This maker is mains powered and comes complete in the box with 3 sets of interchangeable plates for heating up your required snack.
Setting up the maker is simple, change your plates by unclipping them from the base and lid using the slide clips. Place in your new plates, plug the maker in, close the lid and wait for it to warm up.
On the outer shell of the Toastie, Waffle and Panini Maker is two lights. The left light (red) is to symbolise that the maker is on and warming up. When it is ready to use the right light (green) will light up.
First up we tried the Waffle maker. My daughter has Sensory Processing Disorder so she can be incredibly fussy with her food but she was more than willing to give waffles a try as they are on her list of “safe food”. After making a basic waffle mixture and letting them cook in the maker I served them to her. She loved them and has subsequently eaten waffles many times since.
Next up was the turn of Lewis and his obsession with Tuna and Cheese Paninis. I simply made the filling, placed it within the panini and toasted it using the Panini plates. The end result… the picture speaks for itself.
Last up, my lunch (YIPPEE!!). I just had to go back to my old-time favourite lunch ever. Ham and Cheese toasties and my gosh, I have missed this lunch so much!
All in all, we’ve absolutely loved our Toastie, Waffle and Panini Maker and it’s frequently used for making new variations of Sandwiches and snacks.
After use cleaning is simple, we clean everything by hand. Allowing time for the maker to cool down we remove the plates and soak them in some soapy water in the sink whilst I give the machinery a wipe down with a hot cloth and antibacterial spray. Then give the plates a scrub and allow them to dry.
The maker is also quite small, measuring in at H10 x L25 x W23cm so it’s small enough for cupboard storage and with its flat back it can be stored standing up rather than led flat. Perfect!
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**This is a gifted review. We were supplied with a Toastie, Waffle and Panini Maker from VonHaus to test and review. All words and opinions are my own. This blog post may contain affiliate links which means if you purchase something via my blog I will receive a small commission.