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Artisan™ Waffle Baker
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Instructions and Recipes
Model 5KWB100
Artisan™ Waffle Baker
Table of Contents
Waffle Baker Safety................................................................................................................................................................................1
Electrical Requirements......................................................................................................................................................................1
Important Safeguards..........................................................................................................................................................................2
Waffle Baker Features...........................................................................................................................................................................3
Using the Waffle Baker........................................................................................................................................................................5
First Use of the Waffle Baker................................................................................................................................................5
Operating the Waffle Baker..................................................................................................................................................5
Cancelling a Baking Timer Countdown.......................................................................................................................8
Recipe Tips..................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Baking & Serving Tips...........................................................................................................................................................................9
Cleaning the Waffle Baker.................................................................................................................................................................9
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................................................................................................10
Recipes
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Banana and Walnut Waffles................................................................................................................................................11
Chocolate Chip Waffles.........................................................................................................................................................12
Brussels Hot Waffles................................................................................................................................................................12
Chantilly Waffles.........................................................................................................................................................................13
Liège Waffles................................................................................................................................................................................13
Waffles with Cinnamon........................................................................................................................................................14
4/4 Waffles.....................................................................................................................................................................................14
Soft Vanilla Waffles....................................................................................................................................................................15
Waffles with Almonds............................................................................................................................................................15
Delicious Waffles with Beer................................................................................................................................................16
Belgian Waffles........................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Warranty and Service Information
KitchenAid™ Artisan™ Waffle Baker Warranty........................................................................................................17
Service Centers...........................................................................................................................................................................17
Customer Service......................................................................................................................................................................18
Waffle Baker Safety
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your
appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you
and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the
word “DANGER” or “WARNING.” These words mean:
DANGER
Warning
You can be killed or seriously injured
if you don’t immediately follow
instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if
you don’t follow instructions.
Electrical Requirements
Model 5KWB100:
WARNING
230-240 Volts A.C.
Hertz: 50 Hz
NOTE: Model 5KWB100 has a grounded plug.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this plug
will fit in an outlet only one way. If the plug
does not fit in the outlet, contact a qualified
electrician. Do not modify the plug in any
way.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not use an extension cord. If the power
supply cord is too short, have a qualified
electrician or serviceman install an outlet near
the appliance.
Plug into a grounded outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire or
electrical shock.
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All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce
the chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
important safeguards
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When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock, and/or injury to persons including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
3. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plugs, or Waffle Baker in water or
other liquids.
4. Unplug Waffle Baker from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before
putting on or taking off parts.
5. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance
malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest
authorized service facility for examination, repair, or adjustment.
6. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by KitchenAid may
cause injuries.
7. Do not use outdoors.
8. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
9. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
10. When finished baking waffles, press the On/Off Button to turn the Waffle Baker off, then
remove plug from outlet.
11. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
12. The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
13. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
14. This product is designed for household and commercial use.
Save These Instructions
This appliance is marked according to the
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste handling
of this product.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance
with local environmental regulations for
waste disposal.
For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
The symbol
on the product, or on
the documents accompanying the product,
indicates that this appliance may not be
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Waffle Baker Features
ARTISAN
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Model 5KWB100
Artisan™ Waffle Baker
Die-Cast Metal Base
Commercial-Design
Baking Unit
The durable metal base
provides a stable platform
for the baking unit.
Double-sided, clamshell
baking unit rotates to
provide consistent waffles
with minimal gaps and
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spaces.
Baker lids are
brushed stainless steel; thermoset phenolic lid
handles remain cool to the touch.
POWER
On/Off
RESET
TIMER
Dial Thermometer
POWER
On/Off
START
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START
RESET
Thermometer in baker
lid indicates the baker is
ready when the needle
position is within the
thick line area.
TIMER
Non-Stick
Waffle Plates
Plates wipe clean with
a paper towel or damp
cloth. Drip channel along
edge helps prevent
overflow and spills.
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Waffle Baker Features
Power Button ( )
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Pressing the power button
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( ) turns the baking unit
heating elements on or
off. When the baker is on,
the indicator light will be
illuminated.
Pre-Heat Indicator
The indicator light flashes
until the baker is fully
pre-heated. When the
optimum temperature is
reached, a tone will sound
and the indicator light will
Overbake Indication
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glow continuously.
When the baking timer reaches zero, the
Waffle Baker produces a series of tones, the
timer display background turns red, and the
timer begins to count up. If your waffles
are not quite done, the count-up will track the
extra time you let the waffles bake.
Timer Adjustment
Dial ( )
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Automatic Shutoff
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Unless the baking timer is reset, the baking
unit will automatically shut off 5 minutes after
the timer reaches zero. After the baking timer
is reset, the baking unit is programmed to
shut off in 2 hours if a new timer countdown
isn’t started.
Turn the dial to set the
baking time in 15 second
increments, from a
minimum of 2 minutes, 30
seconds to a maximum of
5 minutes, 30 seconds. Turn the dial clockwise
to increase the baking time, counterclockwise to decrease the time.
Timer Memory
Baking timer will remember the last time set,
even when the baker is unplugged.
Baking Timer Display
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Reset Button ( )
After the baking timer
is activated, press the
reset button ( ) to stop
the count and reset the
baking timer display.
Pressing the reset button
will also halt the message tones after the
timer reaches zero.
Shows the remaining
baking time in minutes
and seconds.
Message Tones
Convenient tones instantly convey Waffle
Baker status. A tone will sound when the
baker is fully pre-heated. When the baking
timer reaches zero, the baker will produce a
series of tones.
03:30Start Button ( )
Once the Waffle Baker
is pre-heated, press the
start button ( ) to begin a
timer countdown.
Constant Temperature Baking
Baker has no adjustable thermostat: waffles
bake at a constant temperature optimized
for the best results. Browning of waffle is
controlled with the baking timer.
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Using the Waffle Baker
First Use of the Waffle Baker
Operating the Waffle Baker
The Waffle Baker may emit a slight odor or
smoke the first time it is used. This is a
normal result of the manufacturing process.
The odor or smoke is harmless and will
dissipate quickly, but it may flavor the first
waffle prepared on each side of the baker. For
the best results, it is recommended that these
initial waffles be discarded.
1. Plug the Waffle Baker cord into a
grounded outlet.
Steam will be produced during every baking
cycle and condensation may form on the
baker lids. This is normal.
NOTE: Always use the handles to rotate the
baking unit and open the baking lids.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
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Plug into a grounded outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire or
electrical shock.
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2. Rotate the baking unit so the baker lid
with the dial thermometer faces upwards.
3. Press the Power Button ( ) to turn
the baking unit on. The indicator light
will flash and the Waffle Baker will begin
heating.
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4. Wait for the Waffle Baker to pre-heat.
When the Waffle Baker has reached
operating temperature, a tone will
sound and the indicator light will stop
flashing and glow
continuously. The
needle position
on the dial
thermometer will also
be within the thick
line area.
6. Open the baker lid by lifting the topmost
handle. Make certain the lid is securely
seated against the base before releasing
the handle: if this is not done, the baking
unit may rotate unexpectedly when the
handle is released.
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5. Set the baking timer by turning the
Timer Adjustment Dial ( ). Rotate the
dial clockwise to increase the time on
the baking timer display; rotate the dial
counter-clockwise to decrease the time.
The baking time can be set in 15 second
increments from a minimum of 2 minutes,
30 seconds (2:30) to a maximum of 5
minutes, 30 seconds (5:30). Longer baking
times will produce darker, crispier waffles.
For your first waffles, a good starting time
is 3 minutes, 30 seconds (3:30).
7. Fill the waffle plate evenly with batter. The
batter should almost cover the peaks of the
waffle grid. Close the baker lid.
NOTE: Do not use metal utensils with the
Waffle Baker. Metal may scratch the non-stick
waffle plates.
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10. If a second waffle is desired, open the
baker lid and fill the waffle plate evenly
with batter. Close the baker lid.
11. Rotate the baking unit so the lid
with the dial thermometer again
faces upward.
12. When the baking timer display reaches
zero, a series of tones will sound, the
baking timer display background will
turn red, and the timer will begin to
count up.
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8. Rotate the baking unit so the opposite lid
is topmost.
NOTE: Whether one or two waffles are being
prepared, always rotate the baking unit after
filling a waffle plate. This coats
both the upper and lower waffle plates with
batter and ensures the finest consistency.
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13. Open the baker lid and remove the
waffle using a non-metallic utensil. If
another waffle is in the baker, rotate the
baking unit so the opposite lid is topmost,
open the baker lid, and remove the
waffle. If additional baking is planned,
close the baker lid to retain heat.
9. Press the Start Button ( ) to begin the
baking timer countdown.
NOTE: The Start Button ( ) will not activate
a timer countdown unless the Waffle Baker is
fully pre-heated.
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Using the Waffle Baker
15. When baking is finished, press the Power
( ) Button to turn the baking unit off.
Leave a baker lid open
to speed cooling of the baking unit.
Canceling a Baking Timer Countdown
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To cancel a timer countdown, press the Reset
Button ( ). The baking timer display will revert
to the previous time set. After the timer has
been reset, use the Timer Adjustment Dial (
) to change the baking time, if desired, and
press the Start Button ( ) to begin a new
timer countdown. If a timer countdown is not
started within 2 hours, the baking unit will
automatically shut off.
14. To prepare more waffles, reset the baking
timer by pressing the Reset Button (
). The display background will return
to blue and the timer will revert to the
previous time set. Then repeat steps
5–13.
NOTE: Unless the baking timer is reset, the
Waffle Baker will automatically shut off 5
minutes after the timer reaches zero.
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Recipe Tips
butter or oil to the recipe. Do not coat
the waffle plates with spray-on oils or
shortenings, they will produce a gummy
build-up that will be difficult to remove.
• For exceptionally light waffles, try this:
when the recipe calls for eggs, separate
the eggs and blend the yolk into the batter.
In a separate bowl, beat the whites until
fluffy – but not stiff – and carefully fold the
whites into the batter just before baking.
• For a hearty, full-grain flavor, try using
whole grain flour in place of white flour.
• Buttermilk powder is a good substitute for
fresh buttermilk in waffle recipes and is easy
to keep on hand. Use powder according to
package directions.
• Do not over-mix the batter. A few lumps are
fine. Smooth batters produce tough, heavy
waffles.
• If refrigerated in a tightly sealed container,
most batters will remain fresh for one or
two days. Stored batter will usually thicken,
so you may have to add a little water or
milk and re-mix the batter before using.
Cold batter may require additional baking
time to reach desired brownness.
• Recipes that include butter, oil, or eggs
will produce crispier, more easily browned
waffles than recipes without those
ingredients.
• Waffles made from low-fat recipes can be
difficult to remove. If your waffles tend to
stick to the waffle plates, add a little more
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• Close the baker lid immediately after
removing a waffle. This helps maintain the
proper baking temperature for additional
waffles.
• Waffles will lose their crispiness if stacked or
placed on a solid surface. For the best results,
keep waffles on a wire rack before serving.
• When preparing multiple waffles for
serving, keep the finished waffles warm by
placing them in a 90º C oven for up to 15
minutes. Lay the waffles in a single layer
directly on the oven rack. Waffles can also
be warmed by placing them into
a pre-heated Waffle Baker for 1 minute.
• Extra waffles can be frozen with very good
results. Cool the leftovers in a single layer
on a wire rack, separate the waffles with
wax paper, and place them in a plastic
freezer bag or other airtight container
before putting them into the freezer. When
you’re ready to enjoy them, lay them in a
single layer directly on the oven rack and
heat for 10 minutes at 140º C. Frozen waffles
can also be heated by placing them into a
pre-heated Waffle Baker for 21⁄2 to 3 minutes.
• Whether one or two waffles are being
prepared, always rotate the baking unit
after filling a waffle plate. This coats both
the upper and lower waffle plates with
batter and ensures the finest consistency.
• Don’t overfill the waffle plates. Pour the
batter onto the center of the plate, then
evenly spread it out to the edges using a
soft spatula or the bottom of a non-metallic
ladle. The batter should almost cover the
peaks of the waffle grid.
• Do not coat the waffle plates with sprayon oils or shortenings – they will produce
a gummy build-up that will be difficult to
remove. If your waffles tend to stick to the
plates, add a little more butter or oil to the
recipe.
• Use a pitcher instead of a ladle: it’s much
easier to pour batter than to ladle it.
Cleaning the Waffle Baker
1. Make certain the Waffle Baker is switched
off, unplugged, and cool before cleaning.
NOTE: Do not immerse the Waffle Baker
in water. Do not use abrasive cleansers or
scouring pads.
2. Open the baker lids and wipe the waffle
plates clean with paper towels or a damp
cloth.
3. Wipe the exterior of the Waffle Baker with
a warm, sudsy cloth; then wipe the baker
clean with a damp cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleansers
or scouring pads.
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Baking & Serving Tips
Troubleshooting
outlet again. If the baking timer display
remains unlit, check the fuse or circuit
breaker on the electrical circuit the Waffle
Baker is connected to and make certain the
circuit is closed.
The Waffle Baker may emit a slight odor or
smoke the first time it is used. This is a normal
result of the manufacturing process. The odor
or smoke is harmless and will dissipate quickly,
but it may flavor the first waffle prepared on
each side of the baker. For the best results, it
is recommended that these initial waffles be
discarded.
•If your waffles are thin or uneven, with
gaps and spaces:
– Always rotate the baking unit after filling a
waffle plate with batter. This coats both the
upper and lower waffle plates with batter
and ensures the finest consistency.
Steam will be produced during every baking
cycle and condensation may form on the
baker lids. This is normal.
• If your waffles are too light or dark:
– Increase the baking time if your waffles
are too light; decrease the time if your
waffles are too dark. The baking time will
be affected by many factors, including
recipe ingredients, batter temperature, and
ambient humidity.
If the problem cannot be fixed with the steps
above, see the KitchenAid Warranty and
Service section on page 17.*
•If the baking timer display remains dark
and the Waffle Baker fails
to heat:
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Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire or
electrical shock.
– Make sure the Waffle Baker is plugged into
a grounded outlet. If it is, unplug the Waffle
Baker, then plug it back into the same
* Do not return the Waffle Baker to the retailer – they do not provide service.
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Banana and Walnut Waffles
1 teaspoon sugar
⁄ teaspoon salt
1 2
15 g dry yeast
⁄ teaspoon ground
ginger
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120 ml water
355 ml skimmed milk
120 g margarine, cubed
4 eggs
25 g brown sugar
320 g diced bananas
120 g chopped walnuts
In the large mixing bowl, using the flat beater, mix flour, sugar,
salt, yeast and ginger on speed 1 for 30 seconds; set aside. In a
medium saucepan, place water, milk, and margarine. Heat over
low heat until mixture is very warm (47°C to 52°C, not boiling),
stirring frequently. Pour the mixture into the large mixing bowl
(with the flour/sugar/salt/yeast/ginger), add eggs and mix
well on speed 8 for 2 minutes. Cover with a cloth. Let stand at
room temperature at least 1 hour until batter is light and fluffy
and has doubled in volume.
Add to the mixture, brown sugar, bananas, and walnuts; mix
well for another 2 minutes on speed 6.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
45 seconds.
Pour 4 ladles of batter (30 ml for each ladle) into top side of
Waffle Baker. Close top; start timer and rotate baker. Fill second
side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps, remove
first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on until no
batter is left.
Sprinkle with sugar according to taste.
Serving: for 8 round waffles
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600 g plain flour
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Chocolate Chip Waffles
475 g plain flour
200 g mini, semi-sweet
chocolate chips
30 g granulated sugar
8 g baking powder
⁄ teaspoon salt
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1 teaspoon cinnamon,
(optional)
400 ml milk
80 g melted margarine
4 eggs
Chocolate whipped cream (for
serving)
In large mixing bowl, combine flour, granulated sugar, baking
powder, salt, and cinnamon (if using). Add milk, margarine, and
eggs; using the flat beater, mix on speed 2 for 2 minutes until
moistened. Increase the mixer speed to
6 until the batter becomes light and fluffy. Some lumps may
remain. Add the chocolate chips and stir carefully using a
spatula.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
45 seconds.
Pour 3 ladles of batter (30 ml for each ladle) into top side of
Waffle Baker. Close top; start timer and rotate baker. Fill second
side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps remove
first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on until no
batter is left.
Serve with Chocolate Whipped Cream.
Serving: for 6 round waffles
Brussels Hot Waffles
250 g self-raising flour
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250 ml milk
100 g melted margarine
24 g vanilla sugar
3 eggs, separated
1 pinch of salt
Icing sugar (optional, for
serving)
Using the flat beater, mix flour and sugar in a mixing bowl on
speed 2 for 15 seconds. Add a little milk and stir well on speed
2 for 30 seconds then add the egg yolks and the rest of the
milk. Stir again on speed 2 for 1 minute to obtain a smooth
batter.
In another mixing bowl using the wire whisk, whip the egg
whites and a pinch of salt on speed 10 for 1 minute.
Add the melted margarine and carefully fold in the whisked
egg whites using the flat beater on speed 1 for 45 seconds.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
30 seconds.
Pour 4 ladles of batter (of 30 ml each) into top side of Waffle
Baker. Close top; start timer and rotate baker. Fill second side
of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps remove first
waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on until no
batter is left.
Serve the waffles warm, sprinkled with icing sugar.
Serving: for 6 round waffles
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Chantilly Waffles
200 g plain flour
250 ml cold milk
6 egg yolks
200 g melted margarine
16 g vanilla sugar
4 g baking powder
1 pinch of salt
12 egg whites whisked
firmly (using the wire whisk on speed 10 for 1 minute and 45 seconds)
Sugared whisked cream
(optional, for serving)
Using the flat beater, whisk the egg yolks with the cold milk on
speed 4 for 1 minute in a mixing bowl. Slowly fold in the flour
and the baking powder, then the melted margarine, the vanilla
sugar and the salt on speed 4 for 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Finally fold in the stiff whisked egg whites on speed 2 for 45
seconds.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
30 seconds.
Pour 4 ladles of batter (of more or less 40 ml each) into top
side of Waffle Baker. Close top; start timer and rotate baker. Fill
second side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps
remove first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on
until no batter is left.
Leave to cool and cover with sugared whisked cream and fruit
(strawberries and/or raspberries).
Serving: for 8 round waffles
Liège Waffles*
1 kg plain flour
500 ml lukewarm milk
60 g fresh yeast
6 eggs, separated
1 pinch of salt
16 g vanilla sugar
500 g softened margarine
600 g pearled sugar (in big grains)
75 g caster sugar
Put flour and yeast in a large mixing bowl. Using the flat
beater, mix on speed 2 for 15 seconds. Make a hole in the
middle. Add caster sugar and 250 ml lukewarm milk. Stir on
speed 2 for 1 minute to obtain a smooth mixture. Leave to
stand for 5 minutes. Mix carefully while incorporating the egg
yolks on speed 4 for 2 minutes. Add the rest of the lukewarm
milk, the softened margarine and the vanilla sugar, and mix on
speed 4 for about 3 minutes.
In another mixing bowl using the wire whisk, whip the egg
whites and a pinch of salt on speed 10 for 1 minute.
Carefully fold in the whisked egg whites into the batter using
the flat beater on speed 1 for 45 seconds.
Leave to stand for about 30 minutes.
Incorporate the pearled sugar carefully into the batter using a
spatula.
Shape into equal amounts of batter of 100 g (like a dough).
Leave to stand for 15 minutes on a floured cloth.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 4 minutes and 15 seconds.
Put 4 equal amounts of batter into top side of Waffle Baker.
Close top ; start timer and rotate baker. Fill second side of
baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps remove first
waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on until no
batter is left.
Serving: for 10 round waffles
* Not feasable for Great Britain. As “pearled sugar” does not exist in the U.K., this recipe cannot be executed
correctly.
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Strawberries or raspberries
(optional, for serving)
Waffles with Cinnamon
500 g plain flour
250 g soft butter
200 g brown sugar
14 g dry yeast
16 g cinnamon
4 eggs
250 ml lukewarm milk
150 ml water
Put 200 g of plain flour, brown sugar, yeast and cinnamon
in a large mixing bowl. Using the flat beater, mix on speed 2
for 15 seconds. Make a hole in the middle. Put in soft butter,
eggs and some lukewarm milk. Start mixing on speed 2 for 30
seconds, continue on speed 4 for 1 minute while adding the
rest of the flour little by little. Turn the mixer to speed 4 for 1
minute and add the rest of the lukewarm milk and water with
small amounts at a time. Finally turn mixer to speed 10 for
another 30 seconds to obtain a light and fluffy batter.
Leave to stand for about 1 hour at room temperature.
Shape into equal amounts of batter (of +/- 60 g each,
like a dough). Leave to stand for a few moments on a floured
cloth.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 4 minutes and
15 seconds.
Put 4 equal amounts of batter into top side of Waffle Baker.
Close top ; start timer and rotate baker. Fill second side of
baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps remove first
waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on until no
batter is left.
Serving: for 6 round waffles
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4/4 Waffles
250 g plain flour
250 g caster sugar
250 g soft margarine
4 eggs, separated
1 pinch of salt
Vanilla sugar, according to
taste
(The taste of lemon can replace
the vanilla, in this case, grate
a lemon zest and add it to the
batter).
Using the wire whisk, whip the egg whites and a pinch
of salt in a large mixing bowl on speed 10 for 1 minute until
stiff.
Using the flat beater, mix flour and sugar on speed 2 for
15 seconds in another large mixing bowl. Fold in margarine
and 4 egg yolks. Stir well on speed 2 for 1 minute. Carefully fold
in the whisked egg whites into the batter together with the
vanilla sugar or lemon zest using a spatula.
Leave to stand for about 10 minutes in the refrigerator.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
45 seconds.
Put 4 equal amounts of batter (equivalent 30 ml each) into top
side of Waffle Baker. Close top; start timer and rotate baker. Fill
second side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps
remove first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on
until no batter is left.
Serving: for 4 round waffles
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Soft Vanilla Waffles
500 g self raising flour
300 g melted margarine
1 pinch of salt
325 g caster sugar
5 eggs
40 g vanilla sugar
240 ml (1 cup) of water
Using the wire whisk, whip the 5 eggs as for an omelette in a
large mixing bowl on speed 2 for 1 minute.
Add the melted margarine and a pinch of salt. Fold in 325 g
caster sugar and using the flat beater, mix on speed 1 for 1
minute, then fold in vanilla sugar and cup of water. Turn mixer
speed to 6 and stir for another minute. Add the flour little by
little and stir well on speed 8 until batter is smooth without
any lumps left.
Leave to stand for about 10 minutes in the refrigerator.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
45 seconds.
Pour 4 ladles of batter (of about 30 ml each) into top side of
Waffle Baker. Close top ; start timer and rotate baker. Fill second
side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps remove
first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. Carry on until no
batter is left.
Serving: for 7 round waffles
500 g self-raising flour
300 g caster sugar
300 g melted margarine
100 g ground almonds
4 eggs (small)
100 ml water
1 pinch of salt
Using the wire whisk, whip the 4 eggs in a large mixing bowl
on speed 2 for 45 seconds.
Put the flour in another mixing bowl. Add salt, sugar and
almonds. Using the flat beater, mix on speed 2 for
15 seconds. Make a hole in the middle. Put in the whisked
eggs and the flour little by little on speed 2 for 2 minutes. Add
melted margarine and water. Continue mixing on speed 2
for another 2 minutes and increase speed to 6 until batter is
smooth.
Put aside for 5 minutes in the refrigerator.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
30 seconds.
Pour 4 large table spoonfuls of batter (of about 30 ml each)
into top side of Waffle Baker. Close top ; start timer and rotate
baker. Fill second side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal
bleeps remove first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle.
Carry on until no batter is left.
Serving: for 6 round waffles
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English
Waffles with Almonds
Delicious Waffles with Beer
250 g plain flour
175 g caster sugar
3 eggs
15 g dry yeast
250 ml dark beer
1 pinch of salt
125 g melted margarine
Place all the ingredients (except for the margarine) in a large
mixing bowl and stir strongly using the wire whisk on speed
6 for 2 minutes until the batter is smooth. Leave to rest for 30
minutes and add 125 g melted margarine just before cooking.
Replace the wire whisk by the flat beater and mix on speed 1
for more or less another 30 seconds.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
45 seconds.
Pour 4 large tablespoons of batter (of about 30 ml each) into top
side of Waffle Baker to obtain delicious thick waffles.Close top;
start timer and rotate baker. Fill second side of baker; rotate
baker again. When signal bleeps remove first waffle. Rotate and
remove second waffle. Carry on until no batter is left.
Serving: for 5 round waffles
Belgian Waffles
250 g plain flour
300 ml milk
English
200 ml double cream
70 g caster sugar
1 tablespoon of dry yeast
4 eggs, separated
150 g butter, melted and
cooled
1 pinch of salt
Maple syrup (optional, for serving)
Icing sugar (optional, for serving)
Warm the milk and cream to just below boiling point; set aside.
Put flour, 50 g of the caster sugar and the yeast in the mixing
bowl. Using the flat beater, mix on speed 1 for 30 seconds. Stir
in the egg yolks and mix on speed 2 for
2 minutes. Add the milk, cream and melted butter. Replace
the beater by the wire whisk and mix on speed 6 until batter
is thick and smooth. Cover and leave to stand at room
temperature for 1 hour.
In another bowl, using the wire whisk, whip the egg whites and
a pinch of salt on speed 8 for 30 seconds until egg whites are
stiff. Add remaining sugar and whisk again until peaking.
Fold the egg whites into the batter with a spatula.
Set preheated Waffle Baker timer to 3 minutes and
45 seconds.
Pour enough batter into top side of Waffle Baker to obtain
delicious waffles. Close top; start timer and rotate baker. Fill
second side of baker; rotate baker again. When signal bleeps
remove first waffle. Rotate and remove second waffle. The
waffle is cooked when golden brown and crisp and it can be
easily removed from the Waffle Baker. Carry on until no batter
is left.
Serve the waffles hot with maple syrup or icing sugar.
Serving: for 8 round waffles
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KitchenAid™ Artisan™ Waffle Baker Warranty
Length of
Warranty:
KitchenAid
Will Pay For:
KitchenAid
Will Not Pay For:
Europe & Australia:
Two Year Full Warranty from
date of purchase.
Replacement parts and
repair labor costs to correct
defects in materials or
workmanship. Service
must be provided by an
Authorized KitchenAid
Service Center.
A.Repairs when Waffle
Baker is used for
operations other than
normal food preparation.
Other:
One Year Full Warranty from
date of purchase.
B.Damage resulting from
accident, alterations,
misuse, abuse, or
installation/operation
not in accordance with
local electrical codes.
KITCHENAID DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INDIRECT DAMAGES.
All service should be handled locally by an
Authorized KitchenAid Service Center. Contact
the dealer from whom the unit was purchased
to obtain the name of the nearest Authorized
KitchenAid Service Center.
In Ireland:
M.X. ELECTRIC
Service Department
25 Alymer Crescent
Kilcock, CO.KILDARE
In the U.K.:
Call: 0845 6011 287
Call: 1 679 2398/87 2581574
Fax: 1 628 4368
In Australia:
Call: 1800 990 990
In New Zealand:
Call: 0800 881 200
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English
Service Centers
Customer Service
For U.K. & Northern Ireland:
Freephone helpline number on:
0800 988 1266
(calls from mobiles are charged
at your standard network rate)
For Southern Ireland:
Helpline number on:
+44 (0) 20 8616 5148
Address:
KitchenAid Europa, Inc.
PO BOX 19
B-2018 ANTWERP 11
BELGIUM
www.KitchenAid.co.uk
www.KitchenAid.com
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
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