Waring WMK600 Double Belgian Waffle Maker Review

Most people can remember having a delicious hot and crunchy Belgian Waffle smothered in strawberries and whipped cream at their favorite restaurant.

With the Waring WMK600 Double Belgian Waffle Maker, you can make two large and crunchy Belgian Waffles with deep pockets for the syrup at the same time.

We discovered Belgian waffles on a family vacation.  The kids enjoyed fun of pouring the batter on the hot cooking surface, closing the lid and turning the handle until the ding announcing that the Belgian waffle was done cooking.  This made our vacation a little extra special.

We all couldn’t wait to remove our Belgian waffles and smother them with fresh strawberries and whipped cream.

When we returned home I told my wife, we gotta buy a Belgian Waffle Maker so we can make those delicious treats at home whenever we want.  With that we purchased our Waring WMK600 Waffle Maker.  It lets you make the same rich, deep-pocketed crunchy Belgian waffles like in your favorite restaurant, right at home.


Just click here, and you can own a Waring Pro Waffle Maker for yourself.



What is a Belgian Waffle?

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A Belgian Waffle, also known as a Brussels Waffle, is generally square or round in shape that is crispy on the outside and doughy soft on the inside, with deep pockets to hold the syrup, fruit and whipped cream.  This unique delicacy was first introduced to the United States at the 1964 World’s Fair, and was referred to as a Belgian Waffle, rather than its traditional name of a Brussels Waffle.

This European delicacy differs from the waffle most Americans are familiar with, that are often round or square shaped and have shallow pockets to hold the syrup, and are served as a breakfast dish.

The Belgian Waffle  is versatile, since it can be made as a sweet or savory breakfast, brunch or lunch dish, depending on the ingredients and toppings.


About Waring Pro 


The Waring Corporation was founded in 1937 by Fred Waring, a popular entertainer in 1930’s,40’s and 50’s.  An inventor came to Waring for funding for his Miracle Mixer, later named the Waring Blender.  Since then, the Waring Corporation has been on the forefront of developing restaurant quality kitchen appliances for both professional and home kitchens.

Dr. Jonas Salk used the Waring Blender while developing his polio vaccine, and it is still a popular blender even today.

In 2003 Waring Corporation introduced the Waring WMK600 Waffle Maker.  Unlike many consumer grade Belgian Waffle irons that are made primarily from plastic, the Waring Belgian Waffle Maker is made mostly of metal with a shiny stainless steel housing, and even has a professional grade toggle on/off switch.  Before the end of the decade over 1,000,000 Waring Pro Professional Belgian Waffle Makers have been sold.

With a 75-year history of manufacturing expertise and a strong heritage incorporating technology and innovation in design, Waring continues its tireless pursuit of making the best professional quality appliances for the home.



 Waring WMK600 Belgian Waffle Maker Features



    • Makes two Belgian Waffles at the same time.
    • Extra sturdy restaurant quality construction.
    • Extra-deep 1-inch waffle pockets.
    • Nonstick coated waffle grid allows waffles to release easily and cleaning effortless by just wiping with damp paper towel or cloth.
    • Heating elements are embedded into plates for precise temperature control and even heat distribution, for a consistent golden-brown result.
    • Rotary feature that turns cooking plates ensures even baking on top and bottom.
    • Power cord stores underneath base.
    • 1200 watts of power.
    • Power On and Ready extra-large Red and Green LED indicators.
    • Audio beep tones and Green LED indicate when waffle iron is hot and again when waffle is ready.  LED indicator is Red when Belgian waffle is cooking.
    • Browning control knob.
    • Limited One Year Product Warranty



How Easy is it to Make a Belgian Waffle?


Making Belgian Waffles with the Waring WMK 600 Waffle Maker available at Amazon.com is so easy, even your kids can participate in the fun.

Your Waring Belgian Waffle Iron comes with a operating manual that includes several Belgian Waffle recipes to help you make waffles from scratch.  There are also several easy Belgian Waffle recipes available on the internet.

If you don’t want to make the batter from scratch, most pancake mixes include a waffle recipe.  Once the batter is made, simply turn on your Waring Pro Belgian Waffle Maker, and set the browning knob to your desired setting.


Tip: Keep the lid closed until the green LED light comes on and you hear the beep, indicating that the cooking surface is ready.  This will help the waffle maker heat up faster.


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Spray a small amount of oil spray on both cooking plates.  Reapply after every third waffle.

Fill the provided measuring cup with batter to the Fill Line, then pour into the center of the bottom heating plate.  You may want to quickly and lightly spread the batter to fill all the nooks with a plastic or silicone spatula.  Do not use metal utensils to prevent scratches.

Close the lid and flip over.  The LED light will turn Red indicating the waffle is cooking.

In 2 -3 minutes your Belgian Waffle is done.  Turn the handle and slowly open the lid.

Remove the hot and crunchy waffle and repeat the process.

Be careful as the heating surface is hot and may cause a burn.  Watch your kids to prevent burns.




Easy Cleaning Non Stick Cooking Surface


The Waring Double Belgian Waffle Maker model WMK600 is so easy to clean.  Once the heating surfaces have cooled, simply wipe clean with a moist paper towel or cloth.

The outer stainless steel housing can be cleaned with a stainless steel cleaner.




What are the Drawbacks?



The only drawback I found with the Waring WMK600 Belgian Waffle Maker is the price, at $330.00.  This is not a cheap $50 waffle maker you can buy at a big box store.  This is a heavy duty restaurant quality kitchen appliance.


Testimonials on the Waring Pro Waffle Maker from Happy Customers


Easy waffles!  The operation is simple. Plug it in and wait for the iron to preheat. Brush or spray a little oil on the surface. Pour batter on the nonstick grid, close the top, rotate the handle, and wait for the machine to beep when the waffle is done. Rotate the iron back to the original position, lift the lid, and remove the waffle.  Debbie, PA


Amazing Waffles! Give this waffle maker a chance…I was shocked by all the disappointment people had with it, but it made me even more curious about what it would be like. I have to say that even after only one use, I completely disagree with the bad reviews this waffle maker had received!  Anne, Baltimore, MD


happy user I’m very happy I chose this model. It’s sturdy, easy and fun to use. We made 2 baches of waffles, and all of them came out absolutely perfect.  Brigita, NY


Excellent Waffle Maker  I was never much into waffles, then on a trip to the Dryhead Ranch in Montana I had a Belgian waffle and was instantly hooked. I searched for a reasonably priced waffle maker and discovered the Waring Pro. Jason, PA

Yummy, terrific waffles! This is my first Belgian waffle maker and I chose this make/model after reading a lot of reviews.  Willy, OR


Great waffle maker but…..,This is a great waffle maker but….the thermal fuse under the bottom stainless cover will eventually blow.  Anyway, as has been stated in a previous review, replacement of the fuse is easy so don’t junk your waffle maker if it quits working. You don’t even have to get the fuse from the manufacturer.  Radio shack will have it in stock. Just ask for a 110 VAC, 250 degree CELSIUS inline fuse. It sells for about $2.00.


Waring “PRO” for Professional Waffles  I would have given this 5 stars, but the “PRO” in the title doesn’t apply to the hardware :( but definitely the waffle quality. I bought mine a few years ago, and our family used it all the time.  Stephen, Cumberland, RI




Where Can You Buy a Waring MK600 Belgian Waffle Maker


We have checked department stores, big-box stores and online stores, and our research indicates that Amazon.com has the best price for the Waring MK600 Double Belgian Waffle Maker.


In addition to the lowest price, Amazon.com offers Free Shipping making this the best overall value.






Ken Weiss

Ken Weiss is a blogger and stay at home dad.He is the founder of the-cookingpot.com, a cooking blog for stay at home dads, that offers cookware reviews, easy recipes and tips on how to make money with a blog.

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  1. Dave November 22, 2017 at 10:18 PM - Reply

    Nice list👍

    unknown brand does not mean bad quality. I’ve got a waffle maker from a store near me and it has been working for years without any problems (until now). I found a “semi” automatic waffle maker here: https://realfreakypedia.com/?post_type=product&s=Waffle , I think I’ll test it. I’m just not sure if the quality is good …🤔

  2. rock September 16, 2017 at 3:23 AM - Reply

    I have a waffle iron and I should state it is the best expansion to my kitchen. We utilize this iron no less than twice per week and the waffles turn out impeccable each and every time!
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  3. Michelle September 29, 2013 at 12:07 PM - Reply

    I have a waffle iron and I must say it is the greatest addition to my kitchen. We use this iron at least twice a week and the waffles turn out perfect every single time!

    • Ken October 1, 2013 at 4:48 PM - Reply

      Hi Michelle, Thanks for the comment. I am glad you like your waffle iron.

  4. love cooking August 1, 2013 at 10:58 AM - Reply

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    • Ken August 1, 2013 at 12:37 PM - Reply

      Thanks for stopping by.

      • Edna Robinson October 17, 2013 at 7:58 PM - Reply

        I had a chance to use one of these waffle makers at a motel recently. The fun part was letting the kids make them. The highlight of the stay. I also recently threw away an old electric waffle maker, which came out in the 60’s, using the new (at that time) Teflon coated griddles, and had the fabric wrapped electrical cord. I had stored it for years until my 11-year old grandson wanted to see if it worked. It did for a few minutes, but sadly for him, it was “old and died”. What a difference new technology in cookware makes!

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