Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker Only $35.48 Shipped for New QVC Customers (Reg. $59)

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Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker on kitchen counter

QVC has a waffley good deal!

Hurry over to QVC where they are offering this Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker with Recipe Book for only $49.98 (regularly $59)!

Even sweeter, new QVC customers can score an extra $20 off their first $40+ purchase when they use the promo code HOLIDAY20 at checkout! If this is your second purchase, you can snag $10 off a $25+ purchase by applying the promo code HELLO10 instead.

That’s a pretty sweet deal since this same Cuisinart Waffle Maker is $57.80 on Amazon!

This new design is a classic twist on a kitchen favorite that lets you whip up fresh Belgian waffles in a flash! This vertical design features a batter pour spout from the top and could even save your some counter or storage space with its slim design.

It comes with a 5-setting browning control so you can get the perfect waffle every time! Plus, the nonstick plates make it easy for the waffles to release and for easy cleanup!

Get breakfast together in no time with this deal…

Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker on kitchen counter

Cuisinart Vertical Belgian Waffle Maker $49.98 (reg. $59)
Use promo code HOLIDAY20 ($20 off $40 for new customers)
Or use promo code HELLO10 ($10 off your second $25+ purchase)
Shipping adds $5.50
Final cost $35.48 shipped!

Still thinking it over? Check out this helpful review…

I wasn’t sure about the upright design of this waffle maker. It definitely takes some getting used to, and you have to be careful not to overfill it. But the quality of the waffles it delivers makes it worth it. We get perfectly shaped, perfectly browned, crisp on the outside, soft on the inside waffles every time.

One note of caution: The batter really does make a difference. We mixed up a simple flour and water batter to cook a test waffle since I’m not a fan of eating off of new nonstick cookware even if thoroughly washed. We cooked it for about ten minutes on the highest setting through multiple beep cycles and it was still white on the outside and raw in the middle. But as soon as we mixed up proper waffle batter and dumped it in, we got crisp, fluffy waffles, perfectly browned and absolutely delicious.

This waffle maker is a definite win for me.

Fall in love with these Chocolate Chip Cookie Waffles (we sure have!) 😋

About the writer:

Alli is a content creator with a degree in English Writing from Grand View University. Alli enjoys hunting for the best deals and freebies and is excited to share her latest finds over a cup of coffee!

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