Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker with Egg Cooker Ring, Customize Ingredients, Perfect for English Muffins, Croissants, Mini Waffles, Perfect White Elephant Gifts, Silver…

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Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker with Egg Cooker Ring, Customize Ingredients, Perfect for English Muffins, Croissants, Mini Waffles, Perfect White Elephant Gifts, Silver…
Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker with Egg Cooker Ring, Customize Ingredients, Perfect for English Muffins, Croissants, Mini Waffles, Perfect White Elephant Gifts, Silver…

$29.99

Description

  • THE PERFECT GIFT: Whether it’s a birthday, a White Elephant party, or Father’s Day, the Breakfast Sandwich Maker makes a fantastic gift for all occasions. From Dads to grads, it’s the ideal present for busy professionals, students, and foodies alike.
  • QUICK, EASY AND READY TO EAT IN 5 MINUTES: This sandwich maker lets you easily create a breakfast, lunch or dinner sandwich in 5 minutes or less. Perfect for a quick meal on the go.
  • COOK DELICIOUS BREAKFAST SANDWICHES IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME: Skip the fast food drive-through and the store’s freezer section — make your own hot, delicious breakfast sandwiches at home instead.
  • USE YOUR OWN FRESH INGREDIENTS: Use this breakfast sandwich maker to customize your sandwich with your choice of bread, cheese, eggs, meat* and much more. You’ll have complete control over the quality and freshness of your ingredients.
  • JUST 4 EASY STEPS: Building your breakfast sandwich comes together in just a few easy steps with this breakfast maker — and you don’t even need to leave your house.
  • EASY CLEANUP: All removable parts on this sandwich maker are dishwasher safe and surfaces are covered with durable, nonstick coating.
  • * Meat used must be precooked

Additional information

Specification: Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker with Egg Cooker Ring, Customize Ingredients, Perfect for English Muffins, Croissants, Mini Waffles, Perfect White Elephant Gifts, Silver…

Special Feature

Manual

Color

Silver

Material

Plastic

Brand

Hamilton Beach

Product Dimensions

7"D x 7"W x 9"H

Wattage

600 watts

Item Weight

2.44 pounds

Included Components

Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Style

Sandwich Maker

Voltage

120 Volts

Manufacturer

Hamilton Beach

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

25475

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

March 15, 2013

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8 reviews for Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker with Egg Cooker Ring, Customize Ingredients, Perfect for English Muffins, Croissants, Mini Waffles, Perfect White Elephant Gifts, Silver…

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  1. thos25

    Bought this sandwich maker after seeing an ad for it. For the money I wasn’t expecting much. But also, with the prices of things these days I was expecting it to be like $50+, so the lower price was surprising as well.

    Overall it does what it is supposed to do. It says to cook the sandwich for about 5 minutes. That’s great, but the sandwich will also be scorching hot for a few minutes. I find that 4 minutes is a better time. It still cooks all the way without making it like touching the surface of the sun.

    If there was anything I could suggest to make it better I’d say make it just a slight bit larger. Muffins and biscuits easily fit in the sandwich maker but croissants are a much tighter squeeze. One other thing I’d suggest is for them to try to tighten up the bottom plate of the top ring (if that makes sense). In other words it’s the plate that the egg sits on. Mine has a small gap and inevitably a bit of egg seeps between the plate and ring and leaks onto the back of the maker.

    All in all it’s a great deal for what it is. It makes an awesome sandwich with little effort for a great price.

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  2. Shaun Parihar

    basic

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  3. Jacie W

    I wish i read the reviews before spending the money.
    This contraption is a hassle in the mornings.
    I would save more time grabbing a pan to cook the egg and sausage every morning then use this machine.
    The grab handles are hot, i shouldn’t have to use a oven mitt to get the sandwich out.
    Cleaning the machine is a nightmare. too much items flopping and sliding.
    If you decide to do a scrambled egg, 8 out of 10 times your gonna leak out the side.
    You have to let the machine preheat first for 4-5 mins, then cook for 4-5 mins.
    Your limited, you can only use small biscuits or english muffins. Unless you make bagels yourself and make them smaller.
    The top of the sandwich becomes one with your scrambled egg.

    Overall, its a neat thing to have but doesn’t save you any time, so I see it as a waste.

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  4. my 2 cents

    This is the perfect ‘no fuss, no muss’ 5-minute breakfast maker! We plugged it in, waited for the ‘Ready’ light to come on (3-5 minutes), popped in our ingredients and in minutes had the perfect breakfast sandwich! I used Orowheat English Muffins, a vegetarian sausage patty, shredded cheese and an egg. Didn’t experience one issue that others have had. We looked at the pictures on how to place the items, popped them in and voila! Yummy hot breakfast! BTW..I’ve forgotten to ‘pop the yolk’ twice now and it still cooked through and no mess =0) It’s important to look at the pics because if you add cheese but nothing on top of it (like my veg sausage patty), the cheese may stick to the plate above it. If you don’t want to use a ‘meat’, then I would recommend putting the cheese on top of the egg and the top muffin over it.

    I noticed in the ‘How To’ photo that they used shredded cheese and not sliced which is why I used that type & I pre-cooked my patty since it came from the freezer (isn’t that just common sense?!). Remember to use a non-stick spray for ez clean-up! After your done, just pop out the plates, wash & pop them back in…easy-peasy! This little baby should have 5-stars across the board! This was a Christmas gift for my mom who gets up early and enjoys a quick hot breakfast. She loves this little thing & no more frozen breakfast sandwiches hogging space in the freezer!

    Kids could easily use this (what age is at the parents discretion) & it would be a great gift for the grandparents too! It’s so easy to use! Just be sure to tell them to only touch the handles (the plates get HOT! HOT! HOT!) and use a spatula to remove the sandwich from the hot plate. This goes for EVERYONE! And..very important…be sure to unplug it after use (there is no ‘on & off’ button!) 😉 The second best thing about this machine, it’s small. So if you don’t like cluttered countertops it nicely tucks away in a cabinet/pantry.

    Paid around $24 for it – don’t pay more than $25 with free shipping. If prices jump again (which they did after I bought it), go to your local wally world! =0)

    PS: Mine came in ez packaging. If you Google Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker you’ll find the manufacturer’s photos on how to layer your items (click on Images at top of screen). In the event you don’t want to do that…Plug in and wait for the Ready light (Green). When it’s ready, open it up, spray with non-stick cooking spray (they don’t show that), and with the bottom ring down, put your bottom muffin in, add shredded cheese & veg/’meat’, lower the next plate and place your egg and top with the other muffin slice, close the top and let it work it’s magic. When the green light goes off…it’s ready! Lift up from the bottom handle to expose the entire sandwich. Remember, it’s going to be screaming hot when you add your goodies to it so be careful & be sure to use a spatula to remove it!!!

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  5. Véronique

    très pratique
    facile à utiliser et nettoyer
    cependant quand on met l’oeuf on doit garder le doigt appuyé pour pas que l’oeuf coule sur les côtés
    c’est un peu fâchant, mais ça reste tout de même utile

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  6. Brenda W

    When I first saw this I was skeptical that it would work without making a mess to clean up afterward. I’ve bought many of these little gadgets in the past and usually the clean up is never as easy as it is shown on TV or the product doesn’t quite come out the same. This one works great!!

    I was eager to check it out when I first received it from UPS. I didn’t have any english muffins and just had some thin lite bread in the fridge so just used that. Seasoned it first (and I highly recommend doing this every time you use it) with some vegetable oil after I washed it like recommended. I heated it up, squeezed the first piece of bread in so it fit in and didn’t leave any gapes, added my cheese and bacon, then an extra large egg (it’s what I had) and then gently shaped the top piece of bread to fit too without squeezing out the egg. Came out great! Then my daughter came over and I remembered I had some frozen pancakes in the freezer and offered to make her a sandwich and she loved it. My “McGriddle” is made with two small blueberry pancakes (store bought that come in a big bag). I put the first one in, put a small bit of maple syrup to coat it, add some cheese and the sausage or bacon (have done both), then the egg and the top pancake that I also put a thin layer of maple syrup as well. Those come out tasting so good!

    I’ve made them with English muffins, bread and pancakes. I believe because I season it with the vegetable oil each time after I’ve cleaned it and it’s dried that when I go to use it nothing sticks at all. I don’t have the white residue from the egg that one of videos showed except once and that was when I made another sandwich right after the first one. It wasn’t a big deal, still cleaned up easily.

    I also tried to make a Reuben style sandwich as well. I used Weight Watcher’s rye bread that I put in and squeezed into the bottom to fit, a little mustard, Swiss cheese, pastrami and sauerkraut and the top piece of bread also molded to fit. I had the “egg” tray slid out when I tried this and the top bread didn’t brown because it wasn’t up high enough but it was warm and crispy. I may try to arrange the ingredients a bit differently next time and leave the “egg tray” in this time and put the meat on top of that so it gets a bit hotter because it was just warm before and the bread should toast nicely. Bottom line is, you could make a variety of hot sandwiches in this and doesn’t necessarily have to be for breakfast.

    One thing I did notice and I think others had mentioned was the top and bottom having a sticky residue feeling to them after using. I ran into this too and as it tells you not to use a scrubbing pad on it it is hard to get rid of. I do have non scratch type scrubbers for my smooth top stove and I gently tried using that. Still found it was sticky. One of the things that I think helps tremendously is that after your sandwich is done leave it on and closed while you eat and then wet a dish cloth and wipe the top and bottom with that being careful not to burn yourself and that helps remove that residue. I also just rinse and repeat and wipe down the rest of the the cooking surfaces as well.

    A couple of other tips, if you want to try making a sandwich and your bread is too big and you don’t want to deal with trying to squeeze it in just use the one of the circles to “cut” the bread like a cookie or biscuit cutter and it will fit perfectly. The pancakes I use are varied in shape and sometimes too big too fit and are frozen so trying to use the cookie cutter idea isn’t plausible so in that case I just trim them around the edges a bit with some kitchen scissors I have. Also, the sausage I buy that is round is rather small and we found the first couple of sandwiches would slide around so, after I microwaved it to thaw, I mashed it down a little bit to spread it out to fit better and give you more sausage per bite (and I do recommend thawing out any frozen meat first in the microwave). We also like to scramble up the egg sometimes before we pour it in and that works out well too, haven’t tried this yet but for a western style sandwich you could scramble up the egg, pour it in and throw in a little bit of chopped up peppers and onion.

    Things I haven’t tried but think would be good for hot sandwiches are Italian bread with butter spread on it and garlic powder sprinkled on top of that with the buttered side facing the heating sides and maybe some mozzerella and mashed meatballs or sloppy joe mixture on the inside, the reuben style I already mentioned, maybe a hamburger bun with a thawed chicken patty and your choice of cheese. Basically, just be creative and don’t just limit your ideas to breakfast.

    Edited on 1-18-2014

    Still enjoying my sandwich maker very much. One thing I’d like to suggest and it worked well for us is that if you are making your own biscuits or buying a can of pillsbury grand biscuits you can make up a batch of sandwiches or cook for a crowd easily. While the biscuits are baking in the oven I cook up a couple of eggs at a time in the sandwich maker. I crack an egg in a bowl, scramble it up a bit, pour one egg in the bottom slot, quickly scramble up another and pour it into the “egg” slot and cook for about three minutes. I repeat this process while the biscuits are baking and then when they are done I put my sandwiches together reserving the last two hottest eggs for my husband and I to have a hot sandwich. I get everything ready ahead of time, precooked bacon and the cheese out and just do it like a quick assembly line. The rest of the sandwiches I individually wrap in wax paper and have some breakfast sandwiches ready to throw in the microwave or for my husband to take a couple to work with him. I like that the sandwich maker makes perfectly round little egg patties. Think you could cook up a dozen eggs like this and freeze them too to have a quick and handy, throw in the microwave, pre-cooked egg whether you wanted it in a sandwich or just to throw on a plate with some bacon or sausage.

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  7. Pat Crossman

    Everytime I use it I am amazed by its performance!

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  8. carl rouleau

    This is awesome,cooks perfectly in 5 minutes and easy to clean

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