I’ve been putting off writing this post for a while. Not for any sinister reasons , it’s just that this blog post hinges around waffles. Or the making of them.
I have been searching and searching and searching for a waffle maker so that I could post a recipe to accompany the review of Mooberry Neutral Bay which inspired me to make waffles in the first place.
I have had approximately zero luck finding a reasonably priced waffle maker! I thought I might be able to pick one up easily at Kmart or Target, but I have not had any luck. How is this? The few that I have found are either massive or too expensive. Where are the reasonably priced waffle irons that will fit in my small rental kitchen?
So this post has two parts – one part is telling you how awesome my Mooberry experience was. The second part is to implore you to help me find the waffle iron my dreams. Suggestions and donations welcome!
I was invited to sample Mooberry’s delights through my blog. I said yes, assuming that I’d get some froyo, which I love. I didn’t realise that Mooberry have so much more to offer than just frozen yoghurt!
I took the Boy along and we had a Mooberry date. It was so cute. The lovely Jamie, who took care of us, started us off with some froyo. The Boy got salted caramel with Maltesers, M&Ms and Tim Tam. It was the ultimate chocolate dessert.
He’d never had froyo before that day (because he thought it would be gross) and I think it’s safe to say that this serving changed his mind.
I got passionfruit with fresh strawberries and kiwi and lychee pearls. Those little pearls were unreal. They were like little bursts of summer. So you’d think that was it. Mooberry is predominantly a frozen yoghurt place.
YOU’RE WRONG! Perusing the menu I realised that they offer delicious, even healthy brekkie options. I didn’t sample any of these though, I focussed on the sweet things! The Boy and I devoured a hot chocolate each (go Belgian chocolate every time, it’s glorious) and split a waffle and churros.
Everything is drizzled in chocolate. It is basically my idea of heaven.
Jamie explained that they currently have their waffles delivered, but they’re experimenting with making their own. I will definitely be back to try out their house-made waffles, because if they’re better than the current ones, they’ll be divine.
It’s too bad I can’t try and replicate them. Who knew that finding a waffle iron would be so difficult?!
Mooberry Neutral Bay is friendly and funky. There are stag heads and faux grass on the walls, fairy lights adorning bannisters and Instagram pictures on the wall upstairs.
It’s a pretty photogenic place, as you may have seen, I insta-spammed my followers while I was there! The staff are sweet and super helpful, the Boy and I had a lovely time.
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Not sure if it’s still the case, but my sister works in Wheel & Barrow and they had stove-top waffle irons for about $20 around Christmas last year. Might be a bit more space-saving than an electric one, but could mean a lot more stove cleaning to be done! Good luck on your search!
Thanks Alice! I’ve been meaning to go to Wheel and Barrow for a while now – this is a perfect excuse!!
Be careful! It has some sort of magnetic pull that makes you want to buy everything in sight!
Waffles rock! As for waffle makers it depends on the meaning of reasonable priced… mine cost $119 BUT you can buy toasted sandwich mold things to go in it, so it saves space because you don’t need a separate appliance for toasted sandwiches! and you can have waffles when ever you want…. mmmm waffles…. 🙂
I agree! They’re delicious! Ooh that does sound tempting – multi-purpose… what brand is it?
Doesn’t it just 🙂 It’s a Cuisinart I’ll email through the link 🙂