For traditional, wafer thin Scandinavian cone cookies or for Italian pizzelles. Can be used on gas, electric and ceramic stoves. Recipes and wooden rolling cone included.
L: 5.1 in.
W: 5.1 in.
H: 0.1 in.
Material: Cast Aluminum
Warranty: 10 Year Warranty
Weight: 2.7 lbs
1. Grease insides of plates with butter or oil. Preheat iron over medium heat on both sides, until water sprinkled on surface sizzles. Spoon 1-2 tsp of batter in center of plate.
2. Close iron and gently squeeze handles together. Cook 5-10 seconds. Turn iron over and cook opposite side for 5-10 seconds. Cookie is done when it looks golden brown.
3. Remove cookie from iron with spatula and roll, using wooden cone (included) to form. Remove from cone and cool on a rack. For pizzelles, cool flat on cooling grid after removing from iron.
1. Before initial use and after subsequent uses, hand wash with warm, soapy water.
2. Brush plates with butter or oil prior to use.
3. Always use oven mitts when handling a hot krumkake iron, as handles will become extremely hot with use. We recommend wearing oven mitts or latex food handling gloves during rolling process (step 3).
Posted by john c
I have used the product more times at Christmas than any other time , I be live it would be safe to say that it was used at lease for forty years , what I do is use a wooden doll about 1 1/2 to 2 inches an make the cookies that way, grand kids love them that way. and the product has been a great item to use,,,thanks for being there to make the kids happy,,,they are now making them for them/self…great product
Posted by Cathy Green
The iron is easy to use and much more efficient than an electrical appliance. Easier to clean, too.
Posted by Kristin
I love this iron. It has the exact same pattern as my really old one. It also worked exactly the same. It came very fast and I was entirely pleased with my order.
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Soy de Argentina. Aquí nunca vi algo así y me llamó la atención. Me anime … y lo compré. Recien lo probamos en familia. Es FANTÁSTICO. Que ricos son!!. Es una reliquia que espero pase a mis hijos y a mis nietos y así. Gracias
Posted by Andrea
I didn’t grow up with a krumkake tradition but I moved to an area that celebrates winter holidays profusely with both krumkake and pizzelles. Having a wheat allergy, I felt left out. After a few burnt and underdone monstrosities, I have figured it out how to use it. (If you are also brand new to the pizelle and krumkake making tradition, note that the learning curve is a bit steep. Don’t be afraid of using lots of butter. You can do it!) I am delighted to say I will be able to join the traditional winter indulgences this year!
Posted by Brenda
I have celiac disease. I inherited my MIL’s krumkake maker when she passed away but I couldn’t use it for fear of gluten contamination. I was so excited to find Nordicware’s krumkake iron. It’s perfect and almost exactly like what my Norwegian MIL had!
Posted by Peg
I’ve had this for about a year, but have always been a little intimidated by it, probably because every recipe I’ve read says something very different about cooking times. Today, I was determined to make stroopwafels with it. I used another recipe, but used the NordicWare instructions cooking time…and presto! Lots of perfect (okay, almost perfect; after all, this is the first time I’ve used it), nicely browned, extremely thin cookies. After this, I won’t hesitate. Great product!
Posted by Frank Timmes
its a long tradition on my mothers side of the family to use this krumkake iron not for krumkake, but for fresh corn tortillas. the design it puts on the tortillas always gets comments from guests.