Home / Shop / Marchef Cooking Equipment / Waffle Maker / Ball Waffle Maker

Ball Waffle Maker


MARCHEF waffle maker has different shapes, and has a powerful heat pipe that can quickly heat up ingredients as well as maintain high temperatures continuously.


Temperature Range 50℃~300℃
Voltage 220V/50Hz
Power 1.75KW
  • Information
  • Brochure
  • Feedback

Ball Waffle Maker is a specialized kitchen appliance used to make a popular street food called “poffertjes,” which are small, spherical waffles. The ball waffle maker has a unique grid pattern with small, round indentations that are used to cook the batter into small, bite-sized balls. The appliance typically has a non-stick coating to prevent the waffles from sticking and to make cleaning easier.

To use a ball waffle maker, the batter is poured into the indentations, and the lid is closed to begin cooking. Once the waffles are cooked, they can be removed using a fork or similar utensil. Ball waffles can be served with a variety of toppings, such as powdered sugar, fruit, whipped cream, chocolate sauce, or caramel.

Overall, a ball waffle maker can be a fun and unique addition to any kitchen for those who enjoy making and trying out different types of waffles.


  1. Capacity: Consider the number of balls you want to make at once. A typical ball waffle maker can make 14 to 16 balls at a time.
  2. Non-stick coating: Look for a non-stick coating on the cooking surface to prevent the batter from sticking and make it easier to clean the appliance.
  3. Temperature control: Some ball waffle makers come with temperature control options to ensure that the waffles are cooked to the desired level of crispiness.
  4. Indicator lights: The appliance should have indicator lights that signal when the waffle maker is heated up and when the waffles are ready to be removed.
  5. Size and storage: The size of the waffle maker is also an important consideration, as it can impact where and how you store the appliance.
  6. Material and build quality: The build quality and material of the waffle maker should be sturdy and durable, as it will be subject to heat and frequent use.
  7. Brand and customer reviews: Lastly, research the brand and read customer reviews to ensure that the appliance is reliable and has good customer support in case of any issues.

Ball Waffle Maker FAQ

Q: What type of batter is used to make ball waffles?

A: A traditional poffertjes batter is used, which is made with flour, milk, eggs, yeast, sugar, and salt. However, there are many variations of the recipe that can be used, including gluten-free and vegan options.

Q: Can I use a regular waffle batter in a ball waffle maker?

A: No, a regular waffle batter will not work in a ball waffle maker because the cooking surface is designed to make small, round balls. Using a regular waffle batter will result in a mess and the waffles will not cook properly.

Q: How do I clean a ball waffle maker?

A: To clean the machine allow it to cool down completely and then wipe the cooking surface with a damp cloth or sponge. Do not immerse the appliance in water or use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers, as this can damage the non-stick coating.

Q: Can I make other types of food in a ball waffle maker?

A: No, the machine is specifically designed to make small, spherical waffles and should not be used for any other type of food.

Q: Can ball waffles be frozen?

A: Yes, ball waffles can be frozen for later use. Once cooked and cooled, place the waffles in an airtight container or freezer bag and store in the freezer for up to two months. To reheat, simply thaw the waffles and warm them in a toaster oven or microwave.


    We're happy to assist you with questions. Complete the form below and we'll be in touch.

    Contacts Us

    Please feel free to contact our friendly reception staff for any product equipment questions!


    Ask For A Quote

    We're happy to assist you with questions. Complete the form below and we'll be in touch.

      Ask For A Quick Quote
      We' re happy to assist you with questions. Complete the form below  and we'll be in touch