Dash’s New Mini Waffle Maker Will Give You a Stack of Spiderwebs

Halloween breakfast is served. 🕸

Dash is known for its fun mini waffle makers that come in a variety of designs for the seasons and holidays. For Halloween, the brand has pumpkin and skull designs that will give you an adorably spooky stack. But if you already have those in your kitchen cabinet, you’ll be especially excited to know that there’s a new spiderweb version that will make the creepiest breakfast.

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The 35-watt small appliance has a 4-inch nonstick cooking surface, so you can make single waffles that are printed with a spiderweb design. It even has that identifiable spiderweb shape around the edges to make it look like the real thing — but don’t worry, no actual spiders here! Better yet, the waffles will basically cook themselves with how little setup is required. Simply plug it in, fill with your favorite pancake and waffle batter, and let it cook. Then, when you’re done, just wipe it clean.

You can shop the new Dash Spiderweb Mini Waffle Maker on Bed, Bath & Beyond’s website for $9.99. It also comes with a recipe guide to get those creative juices flowing. If you ask us, it would be cool to dye the batter a dark color so it adds to the spooky element of the meal. Maybe add in a fake, plastic spider while you’re at it to give the kids a scare before they dive in fork first.

If you look at Dash’s mini waffle makers on Amazon, you’ll find that they have over 178,000 reviews with an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars. Sadly, the spiderweb version isn’t available at the retailer yet, but it gives you a good idea of what kind of quality product you’ll be getting. Plus, you can use it for more than just waffles. Spiderweb-shaped paninis, anyone?

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Senior Editor As the senior editor of social and social news, Caitlyn covers the tastiest, coolest, and strangest products for BestProducts.com, and she is the lead of social strategy for Popular Mechanics, Runner's World, and Bicycling Magazine; her work has also appeared in POPSUGAR, InStyle, Stylecaster, among others.

This story originally appeared on: Prevention.com - Author:Caitlyn Fitzpatrick