waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast
 

waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast

for some of us, breakfast is the best meal of the day, for others it’s the most important one. but now, maybe it’s going to be the funnest one thanks to waffle wow, the world’s first building brick waffle maker. this small kitchen appliance gadget grants both small and big kids alike permission to play with food.

waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast

 

 

perfect for lazy weekends, the waffle wow creates patented interlocking bricks that work just like LEGO. to create the bricks, the appliance comes with two construction plates that will shape your batter into different types of bricks that will give you enough material to build pyramids, huts, towers or even human figures if you’re skillful enough. the plate produces three different shapes with studs on top and tubes on the bottom for interlocking.

waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast  

 

 

the waffle wow is currently looking for funding on kickstarter, and even though they have already reached their goal, you can still help them by following this link.

waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast

waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast

waffle wow, the building block waffle maker that lets you eat LEGO for breakfast

 

 

project info:

 

name: waffle wow

kickstarter campaign: here

  • That wafflemaker should be concave on the upper side.

    TsN5 says:
  • Now THAT is genius! I want it NOW! Never be urged again to eat a whole waffle or fumble around to get it smaller. You can dip it or use it as ice deco…fantastic.

    Dirk says:
  • Funny the photo… the plate on top of the waffle deosn’t match at all with the bricks!

    Stefano Mitta says:
  • Good call, TsN5. My guess is they cleaned up and flipped the pieces over for the photo, to make them more recognizable.

    Stephen Coorlas says:

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