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3 Small Round Pizzelle Iron $69.95

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Price:
$69.95 Call to order 724 872 8200
SKU:
3000
Weight:
N/A
Shipping:
$12.00 (Fixed shipping cost)
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Product Description

Palmer 3 small Pizzelle Iron

Description: Makes 3 - 3" round pizzelle at a time. 3/16" thick. Casting made of aluminum. Made in USA. 5 year warranty on electrical parts, which are imported.

Warranty Information

5 Year Warranty on electrical parts

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  1. Great perormance

    Posted by Elizabeth on 2nd Dec 2017

    I had used another brand of pizzelle maker; however, this one did a great job! Liked that I could use the small ice cream scoop to measure and put dough in the machine it is the perfect amount. Just level the full ice cream scoop on the bowl and release onto the machine. No mess and so easy. Used Crisco to coat the machine for first time use and wiped off the excess with a paper towel. Heated the unit for 15 minutes first. Great even temperature and cooked fast. Used a thong to lift out of the machine, so easy, pizzelle stayed flat. Nice even browning, very thin, crisp and delicious. No sticking. Maintained great even temperature with no waiting for the machine to reheat after making each pizzelle making production of pizzelle fast. I think the ability to use the small ice cream scoop, used also to make melon balls, is a great help especially for the beginner or the most difficult thing is getting the correct amount of batter on the machine and will greatly decrease frustration and avoid making a mess. I highly recommend this machine and can't get over how the temperature is perfectly maintained for fast and beautiful results.


  2. Hard to use compared to the 1000 model

    Posted by Nick M. on 21st May 2016

    I found it very difficult to get a decent shaped pizzelle using this iron. The size and placement and even the shape of the batter or dough is critical. The slightest variation in any of these three items will give you an ugly product. I have used a Model 1000 for years and love it. It is much more forgiving.


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