A Meal In A Waffle

Cook Belgian-styled waffles with your favorite foods inside of them.

All Foods Included

The Stuffed Waffle Iron has a large enough capacity to cook with just about any kind of food whether sweet, savory, breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Made For On The Go

It's portable. It's cordless. Cook on electric or gas cooktops, outdoor grills, or any open flame.

Unique In Form And Function

Its unique design provides a no-touch removal of the cooked stuffed waffle.

Easy To Use

Designed with ease-of-use in mind. Detachable parts, non-stick cooking surfaces, and heat-resistant handles provide a burdenless cooking, cleaning, and storing experience..

  • Oprah's Favorite Things

    As Oprah says on OprahDaily.com: "Just plain decadent. This tool lets you make stuffed Belgian waffles. Go savory with ham and cheese, or try cinnamony apples."

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  • Steve Harvey's Funderdome

    The Wonderffle Stuffed Waffle Iron Was Featured on Season 1 of Steve Harvey's Funderdome.

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  • Entrepreneur

    Mike Bradford wants to make food more portable by allowing consumers to pack items like fried chicken, bacon and eggs, cheese or even vegetables into a waffle. The investors immediately connected with Bradford, his charisma and his idea, inviting him in to hear more.

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  • Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch

    The Wonderffle Stuffed Waffle Iron was featured on Season 1 of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch.

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  • Billion Dollar Idea

    The Fox Business show Billion Dollar Idea featured 15 entrepreneurs from across the United States who competed head to head for an investment of up to $1 million.

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  • Black Foodie

    Texas based entrepreneur Mike Bradford found the perfect way to take waffles to a whole new level!  He developed Wonderffle, a new brand of  waffle makers that lets you stuff your favorite foods inside. We tested it for ourselves and loved it!

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  • Fox 4 KDFW

    Forget topping your favorite breakfast treat. Fill them up instead, says the maker of a stuffed waffle iron.

    Consumer Reporter Steve Noviello puts it to the Deal or Dud test.

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  • KXAN Austin

    When Oprah revealed her much-anticipated list of favorite things earlier this week, it included a stovetop waffle iron that a Pflugerville man created in his spare time.

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