Our pan is dishwasher safe and comes apart for convenient rack placement and efficient cleaning.
Our pan is exceptionally engineered for even heat distribution providing a perfect cooking experience.
Convenient stay-cool handles keep your hands safe while cooking.
Our product locks open at ninety degrees, which makes pouring batter and cooking PanWaffles easy.
Our pan features an exceptionally durable PFOA-free nonstick coating that resists scratches and stains.
Stay Cool Handles
Easy to Cook
My brother and I would argue because one of us loved pancakes and the other one always wanted waffles. As you can imagine this would drive any parent crazy, especially our Mom. This meant she had to pull out her bulky waffle maker or the griddle, then have to wait for them to cool down just to attempt to start cleaning. If anyone has ever used a waffle maker, not only does it take up a significant amount of space it is extremely difficult to clean and awkward to store. Honestly, my Mom just ended up throwing it away. She asked me one day why can’t someone make a Pan that is easy to cook with, has handles that don’t get hot, stays up when you open it and is dishwasher safe. Having an entrepreneurial background, I took it even further and solved the great debate at the same time. Pancakes or Waffles! This is how the Panwaffle Pan was born.
This one is for you Mom!
Thank you for making the PanWaffle Pan! My kids and I spent Saturday morning taking turns making PanWaffles, and we had so much fun that morning. We added chocolate chips, topped them with bananas, whipped cream and chocolate sauce!
I’m not much of a cook, so I bought some Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix instead of making the recipe, and the PanWaffles came out great. I was worried I was going to mess it up, but the mix was easy, and the pan was easy to cook with.
I love new kitchen gadgets, and the pan waffle pan is the perfect combination of new and fun. I just got the pan, and I've already started experimenting with other batters and recipes. I'm going to try a carrot cake pan waffle next. Wish me luck!
I’m a single dad, and every saturday morning my two kids always want either pancakes or waffles. I’ve got a surprise for them this weekend when I make them the PanWaffle. That will be one less argument at least!